From housekeeper to hospital administrator: Dixie Regional CEO Mitch Cloward to speak at chamber luncheon

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ST. GEORGE — The St. George Chamber of Commerce will feature Dixie Regional Medical Center CEO Mitch Cloward as its speaker at Wednesday’s “Professional Women’s Luncheon” at the Hilton Garden Inn in St. George.

Cloward will speak about his rise from doing housekeeping work while going through school to his position now as hospital administrator. He will also talk about the hospital’s expansion grand opening and what it means for the community.

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The luncheon is open to the public and costs $15 for St. George Area Chamber of Commerce members and $20 for nonmembers. Advance reservation is required and can be done here.

About Mitch Cloward

Mitch Cloward was born in Bountiful, Utah, and spent most of his time growing up in Kaysville, Utah. He started his career as a housekeeper in the intensive care unit at McKay-Dee hospital.

Cloward has 27 years of experience in health care focused on large group physician practice management, health insurance and hospital administration. He has a bachelor’s and master’s degree health care administration and a minor in business.

He is married with 5 children – 2 boys and 3 girls. He enjoys spending time with family, mountain biking, trail running, mogul skiing, going off road in his Jeep and spending time at Bear Lake.

Event details

  • What: “Professional Women’s Luncheon” hosted by St. George Area Chamber of Commerce and featuring Mitch Cloward.
  • When: Wednesday, Aug. 29, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Where: Hilton Garden Inn, 1731 Convention Center Drive, St. George.
  • Details: $15 for Chamber of Commerce members, $20 for nonmembers, includes lunch. Registration is required and can be done online. Men are welcome to attend.

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