Miller, Dan-72dpi

Dan Miller, FACHE
President & Chief Executive Officer

Dan Miller is the President and CEO of The Medical Center of Aurora (TMCA) and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital. He oversees TMCA’s four campuses which include two freestanding ERs (Centennial Medical Plaza and Saddle Rock ER), and an array of services, including a Level II Trauma Center, a comprehensive cardiovascular program with two accredited Chest Pain Centers, a Joint Commission Accredited Primary Stroke Center, and the HealthONE Behavioral Health Services hospital.

Dan came to The Medical Center of Aurora in 2015 from Swedish Medical Center. While COO at Swedish, Dan oversaw the opening of a new Burn Critical Care Unit and Outpatient Clinic. He also lead the development of the comprehensive cancer program allowing Swedish to become the third hospital in the country to be pancreatic cancer accredited and the fifth in the country to be lung cancer accredited by The Joint Commission. Additionally, Miller has overseen multiple neuroscience construction projects, OR projects and Women’s Services renovations.

Dan moved to his role as CEO of TMCA after 13 years with Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) serving in various administrative roles. He received his Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee and his Master of Science in Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Dan is a graduate of the HCA’s COO Development Program.

Dan is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and appointed member of city of Englewood’s’ Alliance for Economic Development, HSS Inc. Board of Directors and the Denver Southeast Rotary. Dan is married and has two children.

Miles, Rachel

Rachel Miles, MBA/HCM, BSN, RN, NEA-BC
Chief Nursing Officer

Rachel Miles is the top nursing executive overseeing The Medical Center of Aurora's five campuses, which include two freestanding ERs (Centennial Medical Plaza and Saddle Rock ER)l, TMCA's North Campus Behavioral Health and Wellness Center, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital, and an array of services and programs including TMCA’s Level 2 Trauma Center and emergency services.

Rachel came to TMCA in January 2017 from Northeast Methodist Hospital, a 179-bed HCA facility in San Antonio, Texas, where she has served as Chief Nursing Officer since February 2014. Prior to her CNO role, Miles was the Vice President of Nursing for Methodist Healthcare, a 700-bed trauma center.

Rachel is a Registered Nurse, having received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando and began her career in a medical ICU at Central Florida Regional, an HCA facility. She soon transferred to the hospital’s Cardiac ICU, where she spent three years focusing on recovering patients from bypass surgery and other cardiovascular procedures. Rachel went on to earn her master’s degree in Nursing Leadership and Management, graduating with honors in 2008 from UCF.

Rachel and her husband, Mike, have one son and maintain a busy lifestyle, participating in a variety of sporting activities, while finding time to explore interesting destinations. Rachel is especially fond of running, cycling and CrossFit, and has completed eight half-marathons, one full marathon and a CrossFit competition.  Their family also includes two large dogs, Goose and Riley, and two cats.

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Bryce Dehaven, CPA
Chief Financial Officer

Bryce Dehaven has nearly 30 years of financial leadership experience, with over 25 of those years in the HCA healthcare system. Before joining the Medical Center of Aurora in July 2013, Bryce served as CFO at 3 other HCA Facilities in Independence, MI, San Jose, CA, and most recently at Orange Park Medical Center (OPMC), a 297-bed facility in Jacksonville, FL.

Bryce completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona, and received his Master in Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. He previously served on the American Cancer Society Board of Directors, and is currently a member of the Texas State Society of CPA’s. Locally, Bryce serves on the Aurora Health Access Board of Directors, a regional group focused on improving access to healthcare within the community of Aurora. 

Bryce has extensive experience in the field of behavioral health, most prominently as the Co-Founder of Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. Bryce and his wife, Susan have 3 children and reside in Greenwood Village, CO.

Deno, Mark

Mark Deno, MBA, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer

Prior to his COO role, Mark served as Chief Administrative Officer of TMCA and Spalding following the January 2017 operational integration of the two facilities. In January 2014, Mark was named Chief Executive Officer at Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital and was the Market Lead overseeing rehabilitation services for HealthONE facilities in the Denver market.

Mark began his career in healthcare administration at a Loveland, Colorado surgery center. In 2008, he moved to Texas where he served as a surgery center administrator and eventually became CEO of HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington, an 85 bed inpatient rehabilitation facility. In 2012, Mark moved back to Colorado to assume the role of Chief Executive Officer at Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital.

Mark received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Colorado Technical University and a Masters of Business Administration from American Intercontinental University. He began his career in health administration overseeing surgery centers in Colorado and Texas.

Mark has extensive executive leadership experience and a proven track record for driving results in improving outcomes for patients and supporting growth initiatives in the organizations he has led.

McCallister, Dianne-72dpi

Dianne McCallister, MD, MBA
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. McCallister is a board certified Internal Medicine physician, with over 25 years of clinical experience. She received her M.D. at the University of Colorado and an MBA from Daniel’s College of Business at the University of Denver. She is a certified Patient Safety Officer, a Green Belt in Six Sigma Process Improvement Methodology and is certified as a facilitator of Rapid Improvement Process. With a family full of nurses and physicians, she possesses a strong belief that medicine is best practiced as a team sport, and approaches quality and safety initiatives with this in mind.

Dr. McCallister has been at The Medical Center of Aurora since May 2013 as the Chief Medical Officer and Patient Safety Officer. She initiated a comprehensive Physician Wellbeing and Engagement program at the hospital, which culminated in the facility being the first of four hospitals in the country to receive the Medicus Integra© Award from the Coalition for Physician Wellbeing. During her tenure, the Physician Satisfaction has had double digit increases in all metrics.

Prior to her time at Aurora, Dr. McCallister served at Centura Health, where she served as Chief Medical Officer and VP Patient Safety and Quality Systems for Porter Adventist Hospital where she pioneered a Physician Wellbeing program that again produced across the board increases in physician satisfaction and engagement.  Prior to joining Porter in 2005, she was the Medical Director and President of the Medical Staff for Parker Adventist Hospital, which she helped to open, and served as a PHO Medical Director while she practiced as a partner in large Internal Medicine groups in the Denver area. She served as Chief Medical Resident at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Hospital and as an instructor in Internal Medicine for University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Dr. McCallister is a national expert in Physician Wellbeing, and was the co-founder of the Coalition for Physician Well-Being, a group that endeavors to support, engage and inspire physicians across the country, as well as educate institutions on structures to support Physician Well-Being. She leads the Development and Research Group that created the Medicus Integra© Award and serves on the Executive Committee for the Coalition. Dr. McCallister speaks nationally on structures and programs to support and improve Physician Wellbeing and Engagement, as well as on hospital recovery from mass-casualty events. She is on the National Physician Advisory Board for Med News Plus, an electronic Newsletter/CME Vehicle. 

She shares her passion for healthcare through her service on the board of Christian Living Communities and on the Board of a local PHO, HealthONE Physician Partners. Dr. McCallister was regular contributor to the 11:00am newscast on Denver Channel 7, where she has served as their medical expert for five years prior to starting at TMCA. In addition, she has served as faculty of the AMA’s Media in Medicine conferences, and as an Editor of the Journal for Healthcare Communications.

Dianne and her husband, Tom, live in the Denver Tech Center, and are an active part of the community. Dianne is involved in the local community as President of the Home Owner’s Association in her neighborhood. In her free time, she enjoys kayaking, reading and time with her family.

Meyer, Cindy

Cindy Meyer, MSSW
Chief Operating Officer, Behavioral Health Services

Cindy Meyer is the Chief Operating Officer of Behavioral Health Services at TMCA’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Center. In her role Meyer leads operations at TMCA’s behavioral health campus as well as behavioral health services across the HealthONE system. Under Meyer’s leadership, TMCA plans to expand their behavioral health services into the Centennial area and has future plans to add a number of new services across the Denver market.

Cindy previously served in the role of Chief Administrative Officer of Behavioral Health Services where she led significant program development and improvement in care for behavioral health patients, including the expansion of services to include an inpatient adolescent program and numerous partial hospitalization and outpatient programs and services. Meyer also led an important initiative to engage the Aurora community through partnering with Aurora Public Schools for consultative services and engaging in the development of a pilot program to integrate behavioral health services more into the community’s primary care physician offices.

Cindy came to TMCA in early 2016 from a leadership role as a Regional Vice President of behavioral health services in HCA’s Capital Division. In her role as RVP, Meyer oversaw the operations of 340 psychiatric beds in over 11 HCA hospitals and was instrumental in developing new services for patients in numerous communities. The programs that Meyer oversaw received multiple awards and recognitions from their communities.

Woods, Hallie

Hallie Woods, MBA
Associate Chief Operating Officer

Hallie Woods joined The Medical Center of Aurora in April 2016 as the Associate Chief Operating Officer. This position is part of HCA’s Chief Operating Officer Development Program. At The Medical Center of Aurora, Hallie is responsible for the departments of Radiology, Pharmacy, Therapies, and Plant Operations.

Hallie’s past experience includes Director of Radiology, Radiation Oncology, and Cardiovascular Services at HealthONE Hospitals Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. Hallie earned her Master's degree in Health Administration from University of Colorado and a B.A. in Journalism from Colorado State University.

Hallie is a Colorado native and enjoys golf, cooking, and exploring the outdoors. Hallie and her husband, Jason, reside in Southeast Denver with their son, Parker and their daughter, Charlie. 

Voigt, Angie

Angie Voigt, MBA, BSN RN, CNML, NEA-BC
Associate Chief Nursing Officer

Angie Voigt arrived at TMCA in 2012 as the Manager of Inpatient Cardiovascular Services. In 2014 she was promoted to Assistant Director and in 2015 was promoted to Director of Inpatient Cardiovascular Services where she oversaw staffing, clinical care, and operations for four inpatient units and the hospital’s centralized telemetry monitoring.

Angie is currently in HCA’s prestigious Executive Development Program Class of 2018. To be accepted into the program, candidates must complete a rigorous interview process that assesses their leadership skills, drive to succeed, and passion for healthcare and excellence in the patient care experience.

Angie's ACNO responsibilities include oversight of the cardiac tower and its three inpatient units, driving the overall strategic plan for nursing services, overseeing the hospital’s patient satisfaction initiatives, and helping drive the organization’s effort to achieve Magnet® re-designation in 2018.

Angie received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the North Dakota State University, in Fargo, ND, and a Masters of Business Administration from University of Phoenix. Angie and her husband, Jon, live in Aurora.

Emily Trujillo

Emily Trujillo, MBA
Vice President,
Strategy & Business Development

Emily Trujillo is the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for TMCA and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital. Emily, who previously served as Director of Physician Services at TMCA, has been with TMCA since 2010 and this is her fourth role in the organization.

Emily began her career at TMCA as a Physician Relations Manager and in that role she served as a liaison between the hospital’s medical staff and the organization. She was then promoted into an orthopedic service line role where she supported the development of TMCA’s orthopedic trauma program helping to reduce readmission rates and improving outcomes.

In 2016, Emily was promoted into the role of Director of Physician Services, and subsequently was promoted to Administrative Vice President of Physician Services. In those roles she supported TMCA’s physician recruitment efforts and helped recruit over 30 physicians in the past two years, laying the foundation for many new programs and specialties that allow TMCA to more broadly serve the Aurora community. Emily also led the Medical Staff Office and increased service around reduction in credentialing times and is the Chair of TMCA’s Physician Well-being Committee, which is a nationally recognized program at the hospital.

Emily received her Bachelor of Science from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, and her Master of Business Administration in Health Industry Leadership from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Emily and her husband, Mike, have twin boys.

Leslie Butts

Leslie Butts, MHA
Assistant Administrator

Leslie Butts is the Administrative Fellow for The Medical Center of Aurora and has been with TMCA since July of 2015. Leslie received her Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and undergraduate degree from Trinity University.

Prior to joining the team at The Medical Center of Aurora, Leslie was a graduate intern at St. Vincent’s Health System and The University of Colorado Hospital. Leslie currently oversees Food and Nutrition Services, Environmental Services, the Pre-authorization program and the Chiari program.

Leslie is originally from Arizona and is a former collegiate swimmer. She enjoys hiking, camping, skiing and volunteering as a mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters. Leslie is currently training for her first half-ironman.

Leslie Butts

Lesley G. Rehak, MSN, RN, CCRN-CSC

Rehak has been a Registered Nurse for 20 years. She received her Diploma in Nursing from Western Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing, her Bachelors of Science in Nursing in from Pennsylvania State University, and her Masters of Science in Nursing Administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

At TMCA, Rehak’s responsibilities will include parts of inpatient services, driving the overall strategic plan for nursing services, helping drive the organization’s effort to achieve Magnet® re-designation in 2018, and daily nursing operations at all five TMCA campuses.

“I am very excited to have been selected for the ACNO role at The Medical Center of Aurora and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital,” says Rehak. “I look forward to working with the executive team, employees and physicians who make TMCA the amazing hospital that it is.”