Renown Health President and CEO, Anthony Slonim, M.D., DrPH, FACHE, has been selected as one of the top healthcare leaders in the U.S. for his innovation and leadership in healthcare on a national level.
Dr. Slonim joins an elite list of esteemed honorees identified as Becker’s “Great Leaders in Healthcare for 2022.” The list features leaders from top-rated institutions across the country. Becker's Hospital Review - Healthcare News is the leading hospital magazine for hospital business news and analysis for hospital and healthcare system executives. Becker’s editors noted that, “Dr. Slonim has an eye for innovation and is focused on transforming healthcare delivery based on transparent quality and service excellence.”
“The fact that Renown and Tony are being recognized on a national level as “best in class,” alongside leaders from Mayo, Cleveland Clinic, Mass General, Stanford, Google, CMS, Kaiser Permanente and other national leaders demonstrates just how far Renown has come as an organization,” wrote Adam Kramer, MBA. Mr. Kramer serves as chair of the Renown Health Board and CEO of Ledger8760, a Reno, NV-based SaaS (software-as-a- service) startup that tracks energy and emissions monitoring. “As board members we are honored to serve our community alongside Tony as we work together to make a genuine difference for those we serve.”
Slonim, CEO of Reno, NV-based Renown Health, is the first quadruple-board-certified doctor in the United States with certifications in adult critical care, internal medicine, pediatric critical care and pediatrics and holds a Doctorate in Public Health. He has conducted academic medical research under numerous grant awards, authored hundreds of scientific articles, chapters and books in the published medical literature and taught many physicians.
Since joining Renown as CEO and President in July 2014, Dr. Slonim has completely reoriented northern Nevada’s largest locally governed, not-for-profit healthcare network. He launched a strategy focused on population health and embraced the national triple aim initiatives of improving quality care and patient satisfaction while reducing costs. Through his many efforts, the integrated healthcare system now serves 27 counties across northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe and northeast California with 3 hospital campuses; a not-for-profit health plan, Hometown Health; 120 sites of primary, urgent and specialty care; and a new integrated partnership with the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine.