MedCath, a healthcare provider focused predominately on the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease, has appointed Art Parker as executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO).
Parker has been a key part of MedCath’s transformation strategy, as the company has expanded both the size of its facilities and the services offered. He has served as interim CFO since June, and prior to that, he has served as senior vice president (SVP), finance and development and SVP and treasurer. Parker has overseen treasury and other finance activities, while also engaging in MedCath’s development efforts.
Prior to joining MedCath in 2001, Parker worked for Bank of America for 14 years, holding posts related to the management of commercial banking relationships and serving as a high yield bond research analyst covering the health care and other industries. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Wake Forest University.
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