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SageWest CEO vows to restore trust in hospitals

Aug 31, 2017 By Alejandra Silva and Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writers

Before SageWest Health Care's CEO Alan Daugherty arrived in Fremont County in April, the hospitals had three other CEOs since the beginning of ...


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SageWest Health Care chief executive officer Alan Daugherty addressed citizens in Fort Washakie during a public forum Wednesday. He acknowledge the reputation of the hospitals in Riverton and Lander has eroded and was emphatic in pledging to rebuild it. Photo by Alejandra Silva

SageWest Health Care chief executive officer Alan Daugherty addressed citizens in Fort Washakie during a public forum Wednesday. He acknowledge the reputation of the hospitals in Riverton and Lander has eroded and was emphatic in pledging to rebuild it. Photo by Alejandra Silva


SageWest Health Care chief executive officer Alan Daugherty addressed citizens in Fort Washakie during a public forum Wednesday. He acknowledge the reputation of the hospitals in Riverton and Lander has eroded and was emphatic in pledging to rebuild it. Photo by Alejandra Silva

SageWest Health Care chief executive officer Alan Daugherty addressed citizens in Fort Washakie during a public forum Wednesday. He acknowledge the reputation of the hospitals in Riverton and Lander has eroded and was emphatic in pledging to rebuild it. Photo by Alejandra Silva

SageWest Health Care CEO Alan Daugherty, left, with local hospital board chairman Mike Jones. Jones said the panel doesn't intend to be a

SageWest Health Care CEO Alan Daugherty, left, with local hospital board chairman Mike Jones. Jones said the panel doesn't intend to be a "rubber-stamp" board. Photo by Alejandra Silva.


SageWest Health Care CEO Alan Daugherty, left, with local hospital board chairman Mike Jones. Jones said the panel doesn't intend to be a

SageWest Health Care CEO Alan Daugherty, left, with local hospital board chairman Mike Jones. Jones said the panel doesn't intend to be a "rubber-stamp" board. Photo by Alejandra Silva.

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