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Mikelle Moore

Senior Vice President, Chief Community Health Officer

Intermountain Healthcare

Mikelle Moore leads Intermountain’s prevention and community health improvement efforts and oversees our population health efforts. Prior to her current position, she served as Administrator of LDS Hospital. She joined Intermountain as the Administrative Fellow in 1998, serving as Assistant Administrator and Operations Officer in the Central Region. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the national Advisory Board for the Association for Community Health Improvement. She is active in many community initiatives, serving on several not-for-profit boards.

Mikelle earned her master’s degrees in business administration and health services administration from Arizona State University, and a bachelor’s in physiology from the University of Arizona.



We're finding that people who feel vulnerable or disadvantaged by the healthcare system wait longer to get care. So they're sicker when they come in. They're also more fearful and have language and cultural barriers. And as the pandemic has played out, we've had to shift and be responsive to that.
It’s about a 10 year life expectancy difference between a West side community and an East side community. And for a long time Intermountain thought the key to solving this was to create access to healthcare. Right? Financial assistance, adding clinics in those areas etc. That isn't the key. It's got to be deeper. Looking at the conditions in which people are living, the safety that they're experiencing and their opportunity for education.
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