Executive Leadership Team

The leaders of KCCMH bring their decades of experience and passion to ensure excellent healthcare for our communities.

Bryan Bogle

Chief Executive Officer

Bryan Bogle brings over 20 years of hospital operations experience to his role as the CEO of Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital (KCCMH). He grew up in Lake Charles, LA where he received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from McNeese State University. He then received a master’s degree in accounting from Louisiana State University.

Bryan began his healthcare career in both finance and operations roles. He most recently served as CEO of Winn Parish Medical Center in Winnfield, LA.

Bogle brings a passion for rural healthcare to Kit Carson County and understands the value a hospital brings to a small community. Bogle and his wife Cyndy have five children. He is a lifelong LSU Tigers fan, and in his spare time, enjoys being outdoors.

Assistant Administrator, Russel Miller, has both a Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Clarkson College in Omaha. With 30+ years in the healthcare field, Russel brings a lot of experience to KCCMH as well as a strong grasp of the importance and necessity of rural healthcare.

Russel always envisioned himself in a career that was challenging. Working in healthcare has proven to test him in more ways than he ever imagined. With these challenges, Russel has experienced great personal growth, professional development and life-changing relationships.

Outside of work, Russel enjoys spending time with his wife Kendra and two daughters Brooke and Kaia. On the weekends, him and his family try to get out and enjoy nature as much as possible. They especially like being on the lake, camping a few times a year and tackling new home projects whenever they can. Russel is also an avid sports fan, competitor and lifelong follower of the Huskers.

Russel Miller

Assistant Administrator

Lana Currance

Chief Nursing Officer

Lana has always held a special place in her heart for the rural community that she grew up in, so it is no surprise that she was drawn back to KCCMH. A native of Colorado, she was born and raised in Seibert, Colorado.

Lana comes to us with 40 years of healthcare experience. She started her career in the early days as a nurse assistant/EMT in the Burlington hospital and finds it fitting to return to this setting. She earned her bachelor’s degree while working as a critical care nurse in the Denver area and now holds a dual master’s degree in nursing (MSN) and Health Care Administration (HCA) from the University of Phoenix.

Her professional career began with serving patients clinically in Critical Care areas, Emergency, Flight Nursing and Disaster Medicine. As her career progressed, she served in various healthcare executive roles in the Denver Metro area in Acute Care Hospital settings and most recently in the Behavioral Health field.

“I look forward to joining the team as the Chief Nursing Officer working alongside CEO Bryan Bogle and the team, he has assembled to serve Kit Carson County and surrounding areas and returning to a rural community.”

Heather Prideaux brings 25 years of hospital finance expertise to KCCMH. Raised in northwest Kansas, she holds degrees in Business Administration with a healthcare focus from Fort Hays State University and Walden University.

Heather’s deep-rooted passion lies in supporting rural hospitals’ financial stability. Growing up in a small rural town, she knows firsthand how crucial healthcare is to our communities.

Beyond her professional life, Heather cherishes her role as a mother to three children. You’ll often find her cheering them on at their sporting events and sharing in the excitement of watching the Kansas State Wildcats, a team close to her heart.

Heather Prideaux

Regional Finance Officer

Rebecca Cisneros

Director of Operations & Human Resources

With over a decade of dedicated service in operational leadership within hospital and clinic settings, Rebecca Cisneros brings experience and a deep-rooted passion for rural healthcare to her role as Director of Operations & Human Resources. Her journey in the healthcare field spans 17 years, marked by a commitment to making a positive impact in her community.

Currently, Rebecca is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Public Administration with a specialization in healthcare from Grand Canyon University to continue her dedication to enhancing healthcare delivery and administration.

Beyond her professional life, Rebecca enjoys being a mother and wife. She cherishes quality family time, especially going on camping adventures together.