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Kevin Martin, RN, MPH/HSA, FACHE

Kevin Martin, RN, MPH/HSA, FACHE

Kevin Martin, RN, MPH/HSA, FACHE, is the hospital administrator of Shriners Hospitals for Children — Salt Lake City. Before taking this position in 2011, Kevin was the director of patient care services/nurse executive for 13 years.

Kevin’s other work experience includes positions as the director of home health and hospice for South Davis Community Hospital, management services organization director for Riverton Memorial Hospital, director of nursing for Charter Canyon Hospital and assistant director of patient care services for FHP Health Care. He also served as a critical care nurse for the University of Utah Medical Center. Kevin received his Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Utah College of Nursing and his master's degree in public health and health services administration from the University of Utah College of Medicine. Kevin is also credentialed as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). He has served as president of the University of Utah College of Nursing Alumni Board, president of the Utah Organization of Nurse Leaders, a member of the Utah Hospital Association Workforce Committee and is an active member of his church.

Though Kevin has spent most of his career in administration, he still keeps up his credentials. Once a nurse, always a nurse. He reached his 20-year anniversary with Shriners Hospitals for Children in 2018. “In all the years I’ve been here,” said Kevin, “even with all the changes in the health care, the organization has never strayed from its commitment to providing care regardless of ability to pay.”

Kevin is proud of the legacy of health care in his family, as three of his children have pursued careers in health care. When he’s not working, Kevin enjoys road biking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.