Brian C. Murphy, MD

Chief Executive Officer – Prior to becoming CEO of Valley View, I served patients and our community for over 18 years as a board-certified urologist. During this time I held a number of leadership positions at Valley View including Chief of Staff, Chief Medical Officer and for six years I was a Trustee on the Board of Trustees. Having raised my own two daughters in the Roaring Fork Valley, I understand the unique challenges of our region and appreciate the advanced services Valley View has committed to providing for our community. My work with fellow healthcare providers, staff and administration has afforded me a unique lens with which to view healthcare, and I am appreciative of our hardworking staff providing world-class care for our patients each and every day.

Charles Crevling

Chief Financial Officer – Valley View is truly a community hospital. It is not part of a larger system or tied to a corporate office that makes decisions for the communities where their hospitals do business. Instead, Valley View is making independent decisions which are in the best interest of the communities it serves. That is what drew me here. As Valley View’s Chief Financial Officer, expanding our programs and business planning to meet the needs of our growing community is my top priority.

Daniel Biggs, FACHE

Chief Operating Officer – I am thankful every day to work with such great people who are our Valley View family. Never have I seen people more committed to an uncompromising culture of patient centered care than those here at Valley View. We are here to care for our families, our neighbors, people we see at church or we see at the grocery store or the football game. Whether you come to Valley View as a patient for a serious health condition or whether you’ve just stopped by for lunch, we are glad you have trusted us and we’re here to help you any way we can. In addition to my involvement with hospital leadership, it has been my honor to serve our community on several volunteer boards including the Glenwood Springs Historic Preservation Board, the Victims Assistance and Law Enforcement Board and as a member and president of the Roaring Fork School Board.

Dawn Sculco RN, MS, CNS

Chief Nursing Officer – I am a lifelong nurse, having graduated with a BSN in 1997 from University of Iowa. All I have ever known is the gratifying world of patient care. I am passionate about creating the best environment for patients to heal and I am driven to support an environment in which the entire healthcare team can perform at their best. The pristine landscape, coupled with a heartfelt sense of community, are what drew my family and me to this area. It is my esteemed privilege to serve the community and the healthcare team of Valley View as the Chief Nursing Officer.

David M. Brooks, MD

Chief Medical Officer – I am truly honored to be part of an organization that makes the patient the center of everything we do. The physicians, the nurses, and the staff are committed to putting patients first. These are more than words that go in mission statement or up on a lobby wall, but rather are the ideals that motivate the entire Valley View team. As a pediatrician, I have seen this in practice each day and now as the Chief Medical Officer, I aim to support this concept of patients first to the entire community.

Stacey Gavrell

Chief Community Relations Officer – Before joining the Valley View staff, I was a Valley View patient. That experience was unlike any other and it serves as a source of inspiration. The expertise and compassion of our providers, nurses and staff are remarkable. I am grateful to the many generations who have supported Valley View, ensuring great healthcare for our community. It is an honor to be part of the Valley View team and carry this legacy forward.

Jill Bennett

Interim Chief Compliance Officer – Photo and bio coming soon!

George D. Trantow

Chief of Physician Operations – I am proud to support the physicians who make Valley View a special place for patients. Physicians drive the health of our community and the quality of healthcare. Our physicians are fortunate that Valley View has developed a patient-centric, physician-friendly culture that works for the region. My passion is to channel the energy, intelligence and clinical expertise of physicians to offer higher quality, better access, and lower healthcare costs for everyone. I enjoy this community and everything it offers and I give back by serving on the Town of Basalt Mayor’s Cabinet, chairing the Midvalley Trails Committee, and Valley Health Alliance.

Gregg Minion, MD

Chief Information Officer – My family and I moved to Glenwood Springs in 2008 to continue my 20+ year practice of Emergency Medicine at a unique patient-centered health care facility. In the last two years, I have had the opportunity to shift my primary focus from patient care to implementing information technology solutions as a member of a truly inspired Valley View information technology team. Together, we work with and support all who work for Valley View to improve the health of our community by applying the unlimited potential of information technology to the challenges of modern health care.