Hammett Promoted To Senior Vice President And CFO At Catholic Health Initiative's SE Division

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Troy Hammett has been promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer for Catholic Health Initiative’s SE division.

"Troy has more than 20 years of executive and financial leadership experience with complex health systems in Tennessee, Georgia, and Ohio, as well as 10 years as a financial and strategic advisor with regional and national healthcare consulting firms. He has a strong background in all components of healthcare financial operations as well as strategic plan development, managed care strategy, physician enterprise management, and corporate healthcare finance," officials said.
 
He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a certified public accountant.

Mr. Hammett will oversee and coordinate the following functions within the SE division in collaboration with national leaders: payer strategies, facility services, information technology management, supply chain, and real estate services.

In addition to his SE division role, Mr. Hammett will continue to serve as CHI Memorial’s CFO.
 
 




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