Nicholas Manning is a leader in health care operations.
Manning serves as the chief operating officer for Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC), where he oversees day-to-day operations and directly leads several service lines, including the medical center’s behavioral health center, surgical services, cardiovascular services, medical imaging and oncology. Prior to this role, which he began in January, Manning has also served as the vice president of operations for EIRMC, a role he held from 2017 to 2019. He was instrumental in launching the Ronald McDonald Family Room at the medical center, as well as its burn center, and Manning oversaw EIRMC’s multi-year construction and renovation project, which impacted the entire footprint of the hospital.
On a personal note, Manning grew up in Utah and is excited to come back west and to return to Idaho Falls, after serving as the chief operating officer at Rochester Regional Health’s Rochester General Hospital. He started this role a few months before the pandemic hit New York and was instrumental in leading the hospital’s COVID-19 pandemic response.
Beyond his role as a health care leader, Manning is also a community leader, serving on several boards in Idaho Falls and beyond. Locally, he serves on the board of directors for the Idaho Falls Symphony and United Way of Idaho Falls and Bonneville County. He also currently serves on the East Idaho Champions Committee for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho. Professionally, Manning is an American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow.