PAGE, Ariz. – Banner Health welcomes Trevor Lewis to Page Hospital as the chief financial officer for the facility.
Lewis is moving to Page from St. George, Utah, where he worked as chief financial officer for Snow Canyon Clinic. He has more than 12 years of experience in accounting, management and business ownership. He begins his new role at Page Hospital on Dec. 7.
“Joining a medical group that cares and represents the values patients look for in a health care provider is an incredible opportunity. The Page team will continue to provide excellent care for patients, both in Page and the surrounding communities,” Lewis said. “I am excited to be part of a team that strives to provide paramount service, in beautiful northern Arizona.”
Lewis earned his master’s degree in business administration and accounting from the University of Phoenix. He also has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Southern Utah University.
As the chief financial officer at Page Hospital, Lewis will provide leadership in evaluating and assessing growth opportunities and areas to improve financial performance. Lewis plans to use his experience as well as the resources already available from the staff, to amplify what Page Hospital employees have been providing for years. As a part of the Page team, Lewis hopes to help advance Page Hospital in a way that best benefits the community, patients and employees.
In his spare time, Lewis enjoys the outdoors. He is an avid outdoorsman, who enjoys every opportunity to be in nature. Lewis enjoys hiking, fishing, archery and his family. He is a proponent of the values and beliefs that help people succeed in life. He is an active member of his church and enjoys supporting groups that promote growth and development for youth.
Page Hospital in Page, Ariz. serves Northern Arizona. Built in 1958, the hospital provides a range of medical services that include Emergency care, surgery, medical imaging, obstetrics, heart care, and rehabilitation. It is part of Banner Health, a nonprofit hospital and health care system with 29 hospitals in seven states.