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Oct 29, 2018

David Conejo is the CEO of Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services (RMCHCS) in Gallup, New Mexico.  He has been running hospitals since the time Richard Nixon was President, with more than 30 years of experience in the position of CEO for multiple healthcare facilities throughout the United States.  He has worked in hospitals in South Dakota, Texas and New Mexico.

 “Somebody coming to see us may have 100-mile trip, of which 80 is on muddy roads.” 

 “We’ve been able to acquire a bus that we’re going to be taking out to the reservation to different locations.” 

 He was exposed to working in healthcare while in high school, where he worked as a volunteer in a psychiatric hospital where is mother was employed.  After high school, he served in the Marine Corps for a few years.  Once finished with his military service, he returned to healthcare where he worked his way up, advancing his career into supervisory and leadership roles.

David was educated at Columbia Pacific University in Novato, CA.

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