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Saint Alphonsus CEO resigns

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Rodney Reider

Rodney Reider is leaving his position as CEO and president of Saint Alphonsus Health System, effective July 30.

The hospital system announced July 30 that Sally Jeffcoat, executive vice president of Trinity Health and former CEO of the health system, would assume the leadership role immediately.

Saint Alphonsus spokesman Mark Snider would not comment on the reason for the departure, saying only that it was a personnel matter.

Reider became CEO of Saint Alphonsus in 2015 after serving as president of Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise for five years, according to the organization.

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Odette Bolano

The departure is the second in a month; Odette Bolano, who was hired as president of the Boise Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in December 2015, left for a job at 21st Century Oncology in Florida effective July 6, Snider said.

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