Hayden Nielsen – Operations Manager, Mayo Clinic

“The Healthcare Administration program at BYU-Idaho has been essential to my journey as a professional. I felt much more prepared and confident going into internships, and graduate school. In addition, the connections that I made at BYU-Idaho have paid off immensely. I am very grateful for my time in the program.”

Hayden Nielsen is currently working at Mayo Clinic in a dual role as the Operations Manager for the Department of Medical and Surgical Gynecology and as the Operations Manager of the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. He joined the organization in 2020 as an Administrative Fellow. Prior to Mayo Clinic, he received a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Brigham Young University-Idaho. While at BYU Idaho, he completed two internships at Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City in Patient Experience and Quality Improvement. Hayden received a Master of Health Administration from Cornell University in May 2020. While in graduate school, he completed a Business Operations internship at American Vision Partners in Tempe, Arizona, and also worked as a Graduate Consultant for the Monroe Plan for Medical Care in Rochester, New York.

Hayden Nielsen
Bryce Bond
Bryce Bond – Ambulatory Quality Supervisor, Seasons Medical

“The healthcare administration program at BYU-Idaho provided me with a network of contacts which ultimately led to my internship and first job of my career. The base knowledge of how the healthcare industry functions was key in my performance as an intern and new employee at Seasons Medical.” 

Bryce Bond currently serves as the Ambulatory Quality Supervisor for Seasons Medical, a multi-specialty healthcare group that includes physicians practicing in the areas of family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, and pediatrics.  As Ambulatory Quality Supervisor, Bryce leads other care coordinators in the areas of population management and clinical improvement activities.  Bryce also maintains the Primary Care Medical Home recognition for Seasons Medical and other affiliated physician practices.  Other duties that Bryce fulfills include overseeing initiatives to lower costs in collaboration with various healthcare payers, maintaining provider schedules, and managing registration and admitting functions.

Bryce began working full time at Seasons Medical after completing an internship with them while studying healthcare administration at BYU Idaho.  Bryce from BYU Idaho in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration.