Ryan Stuhlreyer, Bon Secours vice president, service line strategy, was named to the Catholic Health Association’s (CHA) Tomorrow’s Leaders 2022 class during the CHA Assembly in Indianapolis in June. 

CHA's Tomorrow's Leaders Program encourages the promising young leaders of today to continue their careers in Catholic health ministry. Each class consists of an impressive cadre of dedicated, high-performing individuals who already have demonstrated commitment to advancing the healing mission.

Ryan was nominated for this honor based on his commitment to driving quality outcomes through patient-centric care, improved care coordination, chronic disease management and population health management. His focus on advancing Bon Secours’ Mission is apparent in all he does as an advocate for providers and patients, working to create communities of health, hope and healing. He has served in his current role for three years, leading six service lines across Richmond serving seven acute-care facilities with integrated ambulatory sites. 

Ryan joined Bon Secours in 2009 as an administrative intern and soon after became a manager of service excellence. After two years, he was promoted to director of projects and planning development where he managed clinical and physician contracts for Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center and supervised the logistical planning and development for the Bon Secours Westchester Emergency Center, which includes a freestanding emergency department and ambulatory campus – at the time, the first freestanding emergency department in central Virginia. 
In addition to his duties developing strategic priorities for the hospital, he served as the business liaison for the Project SEARCH program, a partnership with an area academic medical center which assists high school seniors with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in securing work experience prior to graduation. 

Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from James Madison University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Richmond.