Saint Alphonsus Health System CEO abruptly quits: 6 things to know

Rodney Reider, former president and CEO of Boise, Idaho-based Saint Alphonsus Health System stepped down July 30, according to the Idaho Statesman.

Six things to know:

1. Health system officials did not give a reason for Mr. Reider's departure. The Statesman could not reach Mr. Reider for comment.

2. Mr. Reider assumed the top post at the health system in 2015.

3. During his tenure, the health system opened urgent care centers and launched telemedicine services.

4. Before serving as CEO of the system, he was president of Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise.

5. Sally Jeffcoat, Mr. Reider's predecessor, will return as interim leader of Saint Alphonsus Health System.

6. The news of Mr. Reider's sudden departure comes a few weeks after the former president of Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, Odette Bolano resigned.

Editor's note: This article mistakenly referenced "Saint Alphonsus Health System" as "St. Alphonsus Health System." We have updated the article and apologize for this error.

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