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CFO - Interim for Acute Care Hospital

Texas or Mainly Southern States
Organization:Community Hospital Corporation
Department:Hospital Financial Operations
Career Type:Interim
Reports To:CHC SVP Financial Operations with dotted line to the local facility CEO.
Role Description:

The CFO is functionally responsible for revenue cycle management, financial reporting in accordance with GAAP, Medicare reporting, operating and capital budget development and monitoring, audit and internal control functions, and the financial aspects of new service line development.

Manages the monthly close process and ensures that deadlines are met and that account reconciliations are completed. Is responsible for ensuring that supporting documentation is maintained for all activities, account analysis is performed, and various packages and reports are prepared as requested or needed. Assists in the identification and independent assessment of financial risk, establishment and monitoring of mitigation plans, and the communication of financial risk and opportunity to the CEO. Coordinates the preparation of audit work papers and financial statement lead schedules for external auditors, answers auditor inquiries to ensure a smooth and successful completion of the external audit. Monitors the financial performance and the maintenance of reasonable and appropriate financial plans and forecasts. Is responsible for federal, state, rating agency and bank reporting and for the annual operating and capital budgets.

Is responsible for relationships with lending institutions and the financial community. Manages the financial reporting process to ensure accurate and timely reports are provided to internal and external users.

Community Hospital Corporation is a drug and tobacco-free employer.

Must have valid driver’s license and safe driving record.


BS/BA degree in finance, accounting, business or a related discipline.

Preferred candidates will also possess a graduate level degree.

Preferred candidates will also possess a CPA.

Prior Experience:

A senior level healthcare finance executive, with a minimum of 3 - 5 years of hospital CFO experience required.

Previous experience in an interim role is desirable.

Requires managerial experience and demonstrated understanding and experience with hospital revenue cycle management, accounting, accounts payable, budgeting, treasury, audit, tax, information technology and materials management.


Knowledge of hospital and health care practices and procedures as well as laws, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to health care finance

Strategic thinker who can develop and execute performance plans to address goals for service, quality, people, financial, and growth areas

Leadership skills, business acumen, able to motivate others, organized, makes quality decisions, effective people skills.

Ability to communicate effectively at all levels, to a wide variety of constituencies, ranging from individual physician, community groups, employees, and boards.

Key attributes will be good work ethic, good communication style, flexibility and a teamwork orientation. Candidates who relish change and new opportunities will excel.

Knowledge of database management, financial/billing systems, Excel, Word, PowerPoint.

Possess a strong customer and service to others orientation

Possess sound and accurate judgment and timely decision making

A person of unquestioned integrity and moral character; an individual the organization and community can trust without reservation.

Ability to temporarily live away from home for periods of time


From $2500 weekly plus reimbursement of travel and business expenses.

CHC pays employer portion of social security taxes and withholds income tax.


Community Hospital Corporation (CHC), a not-for-profit corporation, was created in 1996 to preserve the not-for-profit status of community-based health care organizations. Our mission is to guide, support and enhance the mission of community hospitals and healthcare providers.

CHC strives to help community-based health care organizations deliver on their mission, remain a community asset, and improve operations and quality of care through partnership and shared vision.

CHC owns, leases or manages acute care hospitals in Texas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, and Louisiana. We have consulted with, or are currently consulting with hospitals and LTACHs in 26 states.

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