EMBAMark Behl is a professional in the healthcare industry in Reno, Nevada. He currently serves as a Chief Operating Officer of Ambulatory Services for the largest healthcare organization in northern Nevada, Renown Health. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mark’s family quickly moved to Nevada where he still lives today. Mark returned to Wisconsin at the age of 18 to study at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside on a basketball scholarship. After working in the field of logistics Mark decided to return to school. He attended Seton Hall University and received his Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration as well as the University of Nevada-Reno to receive his Master’s Degree in Business Administration.

Mark got into the healthcare industry because he saw flaw in it. In 2007, Mark’s newborn daughter had surgery just one day after being born. While she received great healthcare, Mark saw flaw in the the business side of healthcare. Mark knew things could be done differently and he wanted to make things better. This is when his journey to Renown Health began.

Renown Health is northern Nevada’s healthcare leader. They’re an entire network of primary care doctors and dozens of specialists. They specialize in helping you live a healthy life, and are the experts you go to when you’re seriously ill or injured. With more than 5,000 nurses, doctors and care providers, Renown Health is dedicated to your well being every day of the
year. Mark has led Renown to become the first Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognized medical group in the State of Nevada as well as achieve a patient experience ranked in the 99th percentile across the nation for 15 months.

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