Capital Medical Center, Olympia, WA - hfma

has been exclusively retained to assist
in identifying candidates for the position of
Chief Financial Officer
Capital Medical Center (CMC) is a 110-bed full service hospital serving the State of Washington
capital, Olympia. It is a growing, financially successful organization slated for substantial capital
investment. In addition to its two (2) family medicine clinics, CMC offers a specialized Joint and
Spine Center. CMC provides the community a Level IV Trauma Center, Level I Newborn Nursery
and LDRP, ASC, CP Rehab, ICU and CCU. The Comprehensive Cancer program offers both
medical and surgical oncology. The hospital’s diagnostic capabilities include a full-service lab,
MRI, Spiral CT, Ultrasound and Nuclear Medicine. CMC is part of Capella Healthcare, one of the
fastest growing healthcare companies in the country.
To continue its success in delivering quality healthcare services to the community, CMC seeks a
Chief Financial Officer to join the senior leadership team. Reporting to the hospital Chief
Executive Officer with a matrix reporting relationship to the corporate Sr. VP/COO Hospital
Operations, the Chief Financial Officer will play a key role in strategy development. Leading a
team of 42 staff in Revenue Cycle, Accounting, HIM, IT, and Materials Management, the Chief
Financial Officer will be the champion of performance improvement, financial stewardship and
collaboration with the corporate office in all accounting, financial analysis and financial reporting.
Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Accounting
or related field; CPA license preferred. Additionally, a minimum of three to five (3-5) years
experience at the CFO level in a similar sized for-profit, acute-care hospital is required. Excellent
judgment, analytical, negotiation and financial analysis skills are essential. Candidates must also
demonstrate diplomacy, tact and strong interpersonal communications and positive group
dynamic skills, as well as exceptional leadership skills and a hands-on, visible approach to staff
management and interaction.
Olympia, the state capital of Washington, is home to 48,000 people. It sits on the southern end of
Puget Sound and is just 60 miles from Seattle. The community is known for its mild winters and
cool summers, its vibrant arts community, multiple public parks and forests. It is a paradise for
outdoor enthusiasts with the Olympic Mountains, Olympic National Park and snowcapped Mount
Rainier all close by. The Washington Center for the Performing Arts provides a venue for a youth
symphony, orchestra and ballet. Three colleges provide a wide array of educational opportunities
in Olympia.
Interested candidates may submit their credentials in confidence to:
Kathy Powell-Florip, President