Cipriano Martinez currently serves as Regional Director, Network and Provider Relations for Dignity Health Management Service Organization (DHMSO). DHMSO is part of Dignity Health (Hospital System) which has recently merged with another hospital system, Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), to form CommonSpirit Health. Cipriano has over 15 years of Healthcare experience and has built a reputation for developing business strategies, healthcare networks and creating as well as growing acute service lines for hospitals.
His healthcare career began at Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) within the Provider Relations and Contracting Departments and also with Regal Medical Group (Heritage Provider Network) where he served as a Network Manager. Cipriano then joined Catholic Healthcare West (CHW), which became Dignity Health in 2012, as a Market Development.
Representative which supported acute facility service line growth for both Community Hospital of San Bernardino and St. Bernardine Medical Center in the Inland Empire. Cipriano worked closely with both Hospital executive teams to create and meet strategic growth goals. His knowledge of the Inland Empire marketplace and provider relations/contracting skill set brings much-added value to the growth and continued success of Dignity Health MSO in the Inland Empire.
Cipriano Martinez was born and raised in San Bernardino, CA. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business Administration, concentration in Marketing, from California State University of San Bernardino (CSUSB) in 2003 and his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Redlands in 2007.
Cipriano resides in the Redlands area and is married to Renee Martinez, who is a Registered Nurse; has three children Alaena, Amelia and Andrew. In his spare time, Cipriano enjoys mountain bike riding, coaching and watching his children play softball, soccer, and baseball.
Embracing the core values of integrity, innovation, transparency, and growth, Cipriano firmly believes in strategic partnership development to further progress access to healthcare in underserved communities.