FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AURORA, Colo., April 27, 2016 – The Medical Center of Aurora (TMCA) has announced that Brandon Mencini will be joining the organization as Vice President of Business Development. Mencini, who is currently Vice President of Business Development at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (P/SL) and Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children (RMHC), will begin his new role on June 6. He was also previously responsible for business development at North Suburban Medical Center in Thornton, Colorado.
Dan Miller, President and CEO of The Medical Center of Aurora said, “We are very excited to have Brandon joining the executive team at TMCA. He has a history of successes in business development and has helped usher strategic growth agendas at several local hospitals.”
During his tenure at P/SL and RMHC, Mencini was successful at implementing strategic development including a comprehensive growth agenda that resulted in an increase of medical staff applications with specialties ranging from complex GI, neuroendocrine, vascular surgery and various other surgical specialties. Mencini also recently secured funding approval for the Denver Clinic project that includes a 100,000 square foot medical office building and 12,000 square foot ambulatory surgery center.
“I am excited and honored to have been selected for this position at The Medical Center of Aurora,” said Mencini.
“I’m eager to begin work with TMCA’s talented staff and physicians as we continue to identify strategic opportunities, develop new programs, and bring new services not only to the Aurora community, but to the region.”
Mencini’s passion for healthcare extends into the Denver community. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Arapahoe House, Colorado’s largest provider of addiction treatment.
Mencini has been recognized with various awards and honors including being nominated as the 2016 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Man of the Year” and being named to the 2015 Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list. He was also featured in the Denver Business Journal’s “Making Their Mark” series in 2013.
Mencini holds a Master of Health Administration Degree from Webster University. He and his wife, Michelle, have two children.
About The Medical Center of Aurora
The Medical Center of Aurora, the first community hospital in the Denver Metro area to receive two time Magnet designation for nursing excellence by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), is an acute care hospital with specialization in cardiovascular services, neurosciences, surgery, orthopedics and women’s services. The Medical Center of Aurora is comprised of four campuses in Aurora and Centennial, Colo., including the Main Campus, located at Interstate 225 and Mississippi, the North Campus Behavioral Health facility, Centennial Medical Plaza and Saddle Rock ER. The Main Campus facility is a Level II Trauma Center with Primary Stroke Certification and Chest Pain Center accreditation, serving the eastern metro area and I-70 corridor. Licensed for 346 beds, The Medical Center of Aurora was recognized as the #4 hospital in the Denver metro area and the #4 hospital in Colorado by U.S. News & World Report (2014-2015), and was one of only nine hospitals in the country to receive the Lantern Award for Excellence in Emergency Room Care by the Emergency Nurses Association (2013). The Medical Center of Aurora and its affiliated campuses are part of the HealthONE System of Excellence.
HealthONE® is the largest healthcare system in the metro Denver area with more than 10,000 employees. As part of the HealthONE family, The Medical Center of Aurora, North Suburban Medical Center, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, Rose Medical Center, Sky Ridge Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital work together to provide a higher level of care. In addition, our family of services includes six hospital freestanding emergency departments and numerous ambulatory surgery centers, occupational medicine clinics, physician practices, imaging centers, and AIRLIFE-DENVER, which provides critical care air and ground transportation across a 10-state region.