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Vail Valley Medical Center Board of Directors Announces Appointment of New President & CEO, John Cassin
Date:5/7/2008

- CEO John Cassin Brings 30 Years of Business Experience To Vail Valley

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VAIL, Colo., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of the Vail Valley Medical Center announced today the appointment of the new President and CEO, John H. Cassin. Cassin brings more than 30 years of healthcare leadership experience to the Vail Valley Medical Center.

"John brings great leadership experience and an engaging personal style, plus diverse health care knowledge and understanding to this critical position in charting the future of healthcare in our community," said Ron Davis, Chairman of the Vail Valley Medical Center Board of Directors.

"The VVMC Board is excited about John's demonstrated financial and strategic development skills, history of forging strong physician and community relationships and his commitment to the Vail Valley," Davis continued.

Cassin's business acumen ranges from integrated delivery system formations and multi-specialty physician group practices to health maintenance organizations and academic medical centers.

Cassin was instrumental in establishing a multitude of Centers of Excellence in the areas of: oncology, transplantation, orthopedics, cardio-thoracic technology, neuroscience and comprehensive women's services. He was also a key strategic leader and business developer of the Anschutz Medical Campus, a 600 acre, multi-billion dollar academic and clinical enterprise located in Aurora, Colo. The full scale development of this project is unprecedented in Colorado history.

Cassin's professional career has been predominately Colorado-based with the exception of various positions which led him abroad on government assignments. Cassin traveled extensively across central Asia as a healthcare consultant and participated in numerous humanitarian efforts. Cassin's travel took him to Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan shortly after Operation Desert St
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