Clint Graybill was placed as the vice president of post-acute care for Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Sanford is an integrated health system that, with $4.2 billion in annual net operating revenue, is the largest rural, not-for-profit healthcare system in the nation, providing care to patients in a 250,000-square-mile service area. This unique system consists of health services, development and research, a health plan that covers more than 175,000 lives, one of the most successful healthcare foundations in the nation, academic affairs, and Frontiers, a for-profit business venture arm. It has locations in 132 communities in nine states, and has developed international clinics in Ghana, China, and Germany. Sanford Health includes 43 hospitals, 45 long-term care facilities, 250 clinic locations, and 1,433 physicians in more than 80 subspecialty areas of medicine. With more than 27,000 employees, Sanford Health is the largest employer in the Dakotas. Clint is accountable for working across the enterprise to develop organizational strategy to advance Sanford Health's ability to manage specific populations in the post-acute continuum, integrating and creating strategy for Sanford's long-term care, skilled nursing, home health, hospice, and home medical equipment components.
Clint brings to the position nearly 20 years of experience working in the post-acute space, with a track record of seamless movement between high-level strategic initiatives and day-to-day operations. He has had career experience in standardizing operations, finance, and clinical performance for several organizations.
Before joining Sanford, Clint served as the director of The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society's provider network. Good Samaritan is the largest not-for-profit provider of senior care and services in the United States, serving more than 27,000 individuals at more than 240 locations. There, Clint was responsible for creating a care strategy that closely aligned with the compensation changes originating from CMS. He also successfully expanded third-party payer relationships, renegotiated rates, and standardized vendor relationships.
Previously, Clint served as an interim and consulting executive director at Golden Living Centers, and as the administrator of Southridge Healthcare, a 106-skilled nursing and rehab facility. He began his career as an executive director with Beverly Healthcare.
Clint is originally from Iowa. He earned his bachelor's degree in business administration, with a concentration in health services administration, from the University of South Dakota. Outside of the office, Clint is an avid golfer.