By Lucas High
GREELEY — Kyle Holman has been named president and CEO of the North Colorado Medical Center Foundation. Holman, previously the foundation’s director of major and planned giving, has served as interim president since NCMC Foundation president Chris Kiser left his position last May. The foundation works with the hospital to raise money for “programmatic support for hospital expansion and renovation projects, the purchase of specialized medical equipment and technological upgrades to benefit patient care, and provide scholarships for aspiring health-care professionals as well as educational opportunities for NCMC staff,” according to organization’s website. “I am looking forward to continuing the impactful work of the NCMC Foundation,” Holman said in a prepared statement. “The NCMC Foundation has contributed over $50 million to support health-care initiatives in our community since 1975. I am honored to continue that legacy along with a dedicated board of directors, staff and of course donors.”
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