CEDAR CITY – Darin Day has joined the Valley View Medical Center team as the new ancillary services manager, presiding over departments including imaging, respiratory therapy and cardiac rehabilitation. Day comes from Primary Children’s Hospital, where he was the director of imaging services for several years.
Born and raised in Fillmore, Day served in the Utah National Guard, including time with Southern Utah’s 222nd Field Artillery. He attended Dixie State College and Weber State University, where he completed his degrees in radiology and healthcare administration.
“I very much enjoyed my time and work at Primary Children’s,” Day said. “I’m a Southern Utah guy who loves the outdoors, and when the opportunity arose to come back home I couldn’t pass it up.
“I am looking forward to gaining new experience in healthcare administration, particularly in a rural setting, and have very much enjoyed getting to know everyone here at Valley View and really appreciate the warm welcome I’ve been given.”
Day’s wife, Carol, also works in the medical field as a coder. “Carol is very glad for the much cleaner air and far less traffic!” Day said. “I have been telling her about how wonderful Southern Utah is and, like me, she’s excited to be able to spend time experiencing all that Southern Utah has to offer.”
Day and his wife have three children: Hailee, Bryson and Lyndee. Hailee Day is following in her father’s footsteps, graduating this fall with her bachelor’s degree in advanced radiography and ultrasonography. Bryson Day is currently in Tokyo and is looking forward to exploring the mountains and canyons that her dad has told her so much about.
Submitted by Valley View Medical Center
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