Central Peninsula Hospital is pleased to announce that Steve Huey has joined the CPH executive team as the organizations new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In this position Huey will oversee the hospital’s financial, accounting and budgetary operations.
Huey comes to CPH from Alaska Native Medical Center where he served as the Vice President and CFO for the 150 bed tertiary hospital in Anchorage. “Steve has the necessary education, financial background and years of experience that will not only keep CPH in a great financial position but also help us navigate the rapid changes occurring in health care that affect the financial side of running a hospital” said Rick Davis, CEO of Central Peninsula Hospital. Davis went on to say that “In addition to his financial skills, Steve also brings a wealth of corporate and system CFO knowledge to our stand alone community hospital.”
“My wife and daughter are very excited to come to the Kenai Peninsula and I look forward to being a part of the Central Peninsula Hospital team” said Huey.
Huey received his Bachelor of Science, Accounting Degree from the University of Kentucky, is a Certified Public Accountant and also holds a J.D. from the Nashville School of Law. For nearly 20 years, Steve has served at both large and small hospitals in Alaska, Florida, Arizona, Tennessee, Virginia and New Jersey. Huey starts in his CFO position at CPH today.