AVEM Health Partners

Position: Chief Financial Officer

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


AVEM Health Partners (formerly First Physicians Capital Group) is an Oklahoma City-based hospital management company with a mission to improve healthcare in rural communities. AHP equips critical access facilities for long-term success by offering financial, capital, and management solutions, helping to operate community hospitals with top-notch staff, innovative technology, and quality health care that benefit residents, physicians, and local economies. AHP's services offer a wide range of benefits to rural and community hospitals, including improved reimbursement dynamics, reduced or eliminated bad debt exposure, retention of employees in a vehicle that supports fair compensation and benefits, reduced administrative overhead, outsourcing of management services to industry professionals with "best practices" expertise, preservation of quality healthcare services for the local community, and accurate and efficient reporting solutions. AHP provides the investment, infrastructure, innovation, and strong physician-focused relationships that support caregivers in the achievement of their mission to provide access to diverse, quality healthcare services in their communities.


Job Description:

Reporting to the executive vice president of finance, the chief financial officer (CFO) exercises responsibility over multiple financial and administrative areas within the organization; this includes the development of financial and operational metrics tied to corporate strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve company assets and report accurate and timely financial results. The CFO will play a key role in carrying out the organization's strategic plan, helping to ensure that key performance indicators and other organizational goals are being completed, and that systems are in place to measure their successes and shortcomings on a regular basis. The CFO will help with the integration and alignment of care and operations across the organization and will wield influence throughout service lines. The ideal candidate for this role will have the following qualifications:

  • A bachelor's degree is required, along with a master's degree in finance or business administration, or equivalent business experience and 10+ years of progressively responsible experience for a major company or division of a large corporation
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) credentialing is preferred
  • Experience with critical access hospitals or rural health
  • Experience with cost-based reimbursement
  • Knowledge of regulatory compliance
  • Extensive budgeting and financial management experience
  • Experience in a leadership role successfully forming a team that is highly productive and demonstrates collaborative relationships with multi-disciplinary teams

Search Team:

Mike Quick
Managing Partner

Jennifer L. Deniz

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