American Hospital Association honors Lost Rivers Medical Center’s CEO
The American Hospital Association has presented Brad Huerta, CEO of Lost Rivers Medical Center in Arco, with its Grassroots Champion Award for Idaho.
The award recognizes hospital leaders “who most effectively educate elected officials on how major issues affect the hospital’s vital role in the community, who have done an exemplary job in broadening the base of community support for the hospital and who are tireless advocates for hospitals and their patients,” an association news release said.
“It is very humbling to be this year’s recipient of the American Hospital Association’s advocacy award for the state of Idaho,” Huerta said in a news release. “The work we do to provide critical, accessible and affordable healthcare in our rural area has never been more needed or more rewarding.”
D.L. Evans promotes Crossley to commercial loan officer
Taylor Crossley has been promoted to the position of commercial loan officer at the Idaho Falls branch of D.L. Evans Bank.
John V. Evans Jr., the bank’s president and CEO, announced the promotion in a news release.
Crossley holds a bachelor’s degree in agronomy from Brigham Young University-Idaho. He can be reached at the Idaho Falls branch, 888 E. 17th St., or by calling 208- 542-2354.
IFPD Sgt. Johnson to take over department’s public information duties
Idaho Falls Police Sgt. Jon Johnson will assume the department’s public information duties in early September.
Johnson has been with the IFPD for 21 years.