New chief operations officer takes reins at MCR, PVH

Recently appointed leader started as bedside nurse 15 years ago
January 15th, 2018
Head shot of Ryan Rohman.
Ryan Rohman is the new chief operating officer for UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colo., and UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colo.

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (Jan. 23, 2018) – Ryan Rohman is the new chief operations officer for UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins and UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.

Rohman, 39, has served as interim chief operations officer since July 2017. His career with PVH and MCR began 15 years ago, evolving over the years into more administrative roles. Starting as a bedside nurse, he later served in several leadership positions at PVH and MCR through 2015 when he was named the chief nursing officer for MCR. During his tenure in that position, MCR received its second Magnet designation and was named as a Top 100 Hospital in 2017.

Rohman received a bachelor’s degree in nursing with honors and summa cum laude from University of Minnesota School of Nursing and a master’s degree in nursing in health systems leadership from the University of Colorado School of Nursing in Aurora. Nationally, Rohman is an American Organization of Nurse Executives Fellow and served on the Colorado Organization of Nurse Leaders Board of Directors.

Within northern Colorado, Rohman serves on the Harmony Surgery Center board, the Loveland Chamber of Commerce board and is a graduate of Leadership Fort Collins, maintaining an active role with the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce’ initiatives.

About the author

Kelly Tracer is a media relations specialist at UCHealth, based in northern Colorado. For nearly 20 years, she worked as a newspaper reporter, editor and designer before diving into the world of health care communications.

She believes there is an amazing story inside everyone and considers it an honor to get to meet and work with so many extraordinary people – patients, families, providers, volunteers and staff – every day. She is also fascinated by health care innovation and programs that empower and inspire people and families to live healthier lives.

A native of Nebraska, Kelly received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. She and her husband have two children and enjoy paddle boarding all summer and skiing all winter.