President, Regions Hospital and Senior Vice President, HealthPartners
Megan Remark has more than 30 years of experience working in health care. As an officer of HealthPartners, Megan is president of Regions Hospital, a 550+ bed Level I adult and pediatric trauma and burn center committed to serving all patients regardless of their ability to pay. Megan also has accountability as the president of the Regions Hospital Foundation, and regional responsibility for four HealthPartners hospitals located in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Regions Hospital takes its role as a community leader seriously and partners with others to improve health and well-being. Megan has made community service a priority throughout her career. Her areas of focus include education and workforce development, affordable housing, and a focus on building trust in the community through her work on equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Megan serves on several community boards, including The St. Paul Downtown Alliance and CommonBond (affordable housing). Megan also prioritizes mentoring the next generation of health care leaders through the University of Minnesota Masters Program in Health Administration.
Megan has been recognized as a leader in the Twin Cities community. She received the Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal 40 Under 40 award and was also recognized as an industry leader by the same publication. Megan was recognized by the Girl Scouts as a Woman of Distinction in 2015 and received the Community Builder award from Northern Star Scouting in 2020. She has been recognized often as one of the top 500 leaders in Minnesota and in 2023 was recognized for her leadership by the Womens Health Leadership trust.
Megan received her undergraduate degree in political science and public administration at the University of Utah. She has an MHA from the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health and an MBA from the Carlson School of Management.
Megan is originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. She has lived in the Twin Cities since 1989 and is married with two children.