Mikelle Moore has been a part of Intermountain Healthcare’s leadership team for over 20 years. In April 2017, Mikelle joined the Executive Leadership Team as Senior Vice President of Community Health, where she leads system-wide prevention and community health improvement efforts in support of Intermountain’s mission of helping people live the healthiest lives possible. Prior to this role, she was Vice President of Intermountain Healthcare Community Benefit and continues to serve as the President of the Intermountain Community Care Foundation.
Intermountain Healthcare is a not-for-profit health system of more than 39,000 employees based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with 22 hospitals, about 2,300 employed physicians and advanced practice clinicians at more than 170 clinics in the Intermountain Medical Group, a broad range of clinics and services, and health insurance plans from SelectHealth.
Previously Mikelle served as the 13th Administrator of Intermountain’s LDS Hospital—and first female administrator—from 2004 to 2011. She joined Intermountain as an Administrative Fellow in 1998 after working in a provider-owned health plan and at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
Mikelle earned her Master’s in Business Administration and Health Services Administration from Arizona State University and her Bachelor’s in Physiology from the University of Arizona.
Mikelle is a certified Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Advisory Council of the Association of Community Health Improvement. She is active in numerous community organizations, and currently serves on the Boards of Shelter the Homeless, United Way of Salt Lake, The Children’s Center, Maliheh Free Clinic, and Utah Community Action – Head Start. Mikelle also serves on the State of Utah’s Health Disparities Advisory Council and the Salt Lake City Homeless Commission.
Mikelle enjoys the alignment of her work and personal values, being active in the natural beauty of Utah, and traveling with her husband and children.
“Supporting healthy rural communities is a team effort. Some of the most inspiring work I see in healthcare occurs within the intersection where different sectors meet in the support of a community’s health.
We are proud to sponsor The Healthier Rural West Summit, and we are anticipating engaging discussions led by civic, faith, health, and citizen leaders around the critical issues our rural communities face.”