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Chief Financial Officer

Wahiawa, HI
Organization:Wahiawa General Hospital
Career Type:Employee
Reports To:Chief Executive Officer
Role Description:



The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) position at Wahiawa General Hospital is the top finance executive role for the organization and will report directly to Chief Executive Officer.


This hospital has recently entered into a management relationship with Community Hospital Consulting and is looking for a seasoned hospital finance leader that can work well within a system and matrix environment. The CFO will serve as the key finance resource to the local Board of Trustees, with his/her primary emphasis focused on:

  • Provide leadership and oversight of financial operation
  • Provide leadership and expertise of financial operation
  • Ensuring that management has the analytical tools available to maintain operational discipline
  • Ensuring an effective revenue cycle to support cash flow needs of the organization
  • Leveraging WGH’s pricing agreement and ensuring that the institution receives best pricing and maintains compliance with its GPO agreement
  • Maintaining and enhancing the hospital’s system of internal controls

The CFO has overall responsibility and authority for the financial operations of WGH.


Specifically, 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.


Candidates for the CFO role must thrive in a semi-rural environment, excel at developing and maintaining relationships, and have a passion about quality patient care. Face-to-face interaction with physicians, the community, the board, and the staff is critically important; thus the CFO will need to live with his/her family, as applicable, on the island of Oahu. 

  • 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:



While candidates with for-profit experience will be considered, they must be able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of what it means to be not-for-profit, and a true sense of commitment to the concept.



  • A senior level healthcare finance executive, with a minimum of 5 years of hospital CFO experience required and 10 years within healthcare environment.
  • 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.
  • While candidates with experience in either not-for-profit or for-profit organizations will be considered, it is important that the individual possess either a track record of success in a not-for-profit organization or an in-depth understanding and appreciation for the mission and values of not-for-profits.
  • An individual who has been actively involved in community activities, and voluntarily played leadership roles in those community activities.
  •  A person of unquestioned integrity and moral character; an individual the organization and community can trust without reservation. 
  • Strategic thinker who can develop and execute performance plans to address goals for service, quality, people, financial, and growth areas. 
  • A leader capable of proactively supporting the mission of Wahiawa General Hospital. This executive will embrace the mission as evidenced by integrity, people sensitivity, and respect for others, collaboration, willingness to share and teach, patient focus and commitment to quality and excellence in all endeavors. 
  • An absolute and unwavering belief in the concept of not-for-profit healthcare delivery and its importance to the community. A strong belief that not-for-profits must not only survive, but continue to grow and prosper to meet the ever-increasing healthcare needs of our society. 
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels, to a wide variety of constituencies, ranging from individual physician, community groups, employees, and boards. 
  • Consensus building skills with a wide group of constituencies, ranging from individual physicians to the senior management team. 
  • A leadership style that builds relationships based on teamwork, trust, honesty, reliability, genuineness, openness, visibility, confidence and accountability. 
  • A balanced lifestyle that reflects strong core values.


About Wahiawa General Hospital

Wahiawa General Hospital in Wahiawa, HI. Wahiawa is on the main island of Oahu and is centrally located midway between Honolulu and the North Shore.


The Wahiawa Hospital Association was founded in 1944 in response to the healthcare needs of the community following the attack on Pearl Harbor. Several years later, Wahiawa General Hospital (WGH), a nonprofit, community hospital was established to further meet the growing needs of Central Oahu. WGH is centrally located on the island of Oahu, serving the surrounding communities of Central Oahu and the North Shore.


Today, the 53-bed acute facility and 107 beds in the long-term care facility are equipped for all levels of patient care. Their vision is clear: Wahiawa General Hospital is strengthening its role as the healthcare provider of choice for residents of Central Oahu and the North Shore.


Key Hospital Stats:

Employees: 304

Total Discharges: 1,930

Total Patient Days: 8,804

Total Patient Rev. $112,267,059

 Net Patient Rev. $46,903,255


About Community Hospital Corporation – HELP WHERE HOSPITALS NEED IT®

Community Hospital Corporation owns, manages and consults with hospitals through three distinct organizations – CHC Hospitals, CHC Consulting and CHC ContinueCARE, which share a common purpose to guide, support and enhance the mission of community hospitals and healthcare providers. Based in Plano, Texas, CHC provides the resources and experience community hospitals need to improve quality outcomes, patient satisfaction and financial performance.


Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) was named among 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review in 2015 and 2016.


For more information about CHC, please visit www.communityhospitalcorp.com 


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