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Megan Remark

Megan Remark

Regions Hospital President and CEO


Health care is complicated and too important to be so difficult to navigate – particularly for patients and families facing an unexpected medical crisis. I am interested in making it easier for patients and families to get the health care they need.


Megan Remark has been a leader in health care for more than 20 years. She became President and CEO of Regions Hospital in January 2015. Prior to that, she served as a senior vice president at HealthPartners, providing strategic planning, business development and operational leadership to HealthPartners Clinics and Regions Hospital.

Megan is actively involved in the community. Her areas of focus include education, economic development and mentoring the next generation of health care leaders. She was appointed by the governor in 2009 and reconfirmed in 2012 to serve as board member and executive committee member for the Commission for National and Community Service, the organization charged to deploy AmeriCorps volunteers in the state of Minnesota. She currently serves as a board member of the Jeremiah Program, which is committed to transforming the lives of Twin Cities families, two generations at a time. Megan also serves as a board member of CommonBond Communities, the midwest’s largest nonprofit provider of affordable housing with services, serving the region for over 46 years. Past board and community involvement includes University of Minnesota MHA Alumni Association Foundation board and executive committee member; Westfields Hospital board member; Minnesota Reading Corps Business Advisory Committee; Family Tree Clinic Board Member; Girl Scout Leader, and Minnesota International Health Volunteers board member.


  • B.S., political science, University of Utah
  • M.H.A, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
  • M.B.A., University of Minnesota 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. Megan has been recognized as a leader in the Twin Cities community. She received the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal 40 under 40 Award in 2008 for her outstanding leadership skills and was recognized again in 2012 by the Business Journal as an Industry Leader.

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