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Brian Huso

Brian husoBrian Huso has been a Long Term Care Administrator for over 35 years and has served as the Administrator of Cody Regional Health Long Term Care Unit since March of 2018.

He grew up on a farm in eastern North Dakota and farmed on his own before getting into Long Term Care Administration.

He has been the Administrator of small and large Skilled Nursing Facilities ranging in size from 40 beds to a 129 bed Skilled Nursing facility that had a high acuity 30 bed Subacute Transitional Care Unit, a Secure Dementia unit and Assisted Living Apartments. He served in multiple offices in the Montana Healthcare Association as well as serving as President. He has been very active in legislative sessions in multiple states that he worked testifying on behalf of long term care facilities and facilitating legislation that was very beneficial to Long term care such as a Uniform Power of Attorney bill and a bill to allow Medication Aides in Nursing homes. He is also currently serving on the Board of Directors for Leading Age of Wyoming.

He has served on multiple Legal Panel cases that provided an initial review and decision on legal cases against nursing homes.

He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from North Dakota State University and his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Mary (Billings satellite)

Brian enjoys landscaping, traveling, outdoor activities, ballroom dancing, cycling, and relaxing and working in his backyard.

He has 2 sons, one that lives in Moscow, ID and another that lives in Hardin MT.

What Our Patients Have to Say
  • "My wife (Gerie Helton) and I traveled to Cody for our anniversary trip to Yellowstone National Park. On September 23, 2018 which would have been the first day of our trip she dislocated her left hip ( which had been replaced in 2009 0r 2010) while putting on her socks ( of all things.) We were staying at the Sunrise Motor Inn which fortunately was a short ambulance ride to your emergency room. The experience we had beginning with the EMT's who responded to the ambulance call, to the emergency room, and the next day on the second floor of your fine hospital is what ..."

    - Terry
  • "ER department went to great lengths to make this "out of towner" feel comfortable. Dr. Polley and Nurse Sarah were very professional and had a great bedside manner. It was my worst asthma attack and I felt very confident that I was getting top notch care."

    - Kelly
  • "Had to bring my daughter for a shoulder injury, on July 4th. I was thoroughly impressed. The staff was absolutely great, very friendly and compassionate. They took great care of my daughter and explained the diagnosis and discharge orders with great detail. I only wish our ER back home could be this professional. I know this is a smaller town and more tight knit, but this hospital/ER could set an example for the rest of the country. Thanks to the staff, physician and PA for the excellent care."

    - Chris
  • "I was a walk in patient on 5/29/18. I had been sick for several days while on a month long motorhome trip. The reception staff was friendly and efficient. I was seen quickly by the PA on duty, Robert Lang. He listened to me, did an exam, diagnosed my illness as acute bronchitis, and prescribed the necessary medication. I was feeling better in just a few days which enabled me to enjoy the remainder of my trip. I was sick and a long way from home so I really appreciated the excellent and friendly care that I received."

    - Bill