Meggin’s journey with Animas Surgical Hospital has been nothing short of extraordinary. She began her career nearly 20 years ago as a front desk clerk at the organization’s first facility, Animas Surgical Center, when it was located on North Main Avenue. As Meggin’s skills and responsibilities evolved over the years, she saw the organization grow from 30 employees to more than 200. Meggin most recently served as the interim CEO and guided Animas Surgical Hospital through a period of transition with her trademark dedication and leadership.
“We are very fortunate to welcome a CEO whose professional development has been so intimately entwined with Animas Surgical Hospital”, said Dr. Phil Wiley, Chairman of the Governing Board at Animas Surgical Hospital. “We are excited to welcome not only Meggin’s impressive managerial and leadership talents, but also her perspective as a fully vested member of our community. We are confident that Meggin’s unique experience and skill set will allow her to lead the hospital to continue providing excellent surgical care as a full participant of our community.”
Reflecting on her journey, Meggin shared, “I am truly honored to be entrusted with this role. Animas Surgical Hospital has been my home for nearly two decades, and I’ve witnessed the dedication and passion of our staff and surgeons in providing exceptional care. I’m committed to building on our legacy of excellence and further enhancing our role as a trusted healthcare provider in our community.”
Originally hailing from Fort Collins, Meggin has been a Durango resident for 24 years. Meggin is a graduate of Fort Lewis College and earned her master’s degree from the Anderson School of Business and Computing at Regis University. She and her husband are raising two young children, and the family is involved in the Riverview Elementary School SOIL Project, Girls Scouts, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.