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Premier Health Partners Announces Chief Financial Officer Appointments

August 29, 2007 – Premier Health Partners today announced the appointment of new chief financial officers for each of its three hospitals.

Scott Shelton has been named CFO for Miami Valley Hospital.  Shelton began his career as an accountant at Good Samaritan Hospital in 1987.  Currently CFO for Good Samaritan, he previously served as CFO for Premier HealthNet, the largest group of primary care physicians in the Miami Valley.  Shelton’s new position is effective October 1.  He succeeds Tom Duncan, whose appointment as CFO for Premier Health Partners was announced in July.

Tom Curtin has been named CFO for Good Samaritan Hospital, succeeding Shelton.  Since 1999, Curtin has been vice president and chief financial officer of Fidelity Health Care, Premier Health Partners’ provider of comprehensive home health care services.  He began his career in 1985 with WellPoint (formerly Anthem) in finance.  He will succeed Shelton effective October 1.

Tom Maloney has been named CFO for Middletown Regional Hospital.  He is currently chief financial officer of Miami Valley Hospital’s Dialysis Centers of Dayton.  Previously, he was vice president of revenue cycle for Premier Health Partners, where he was responsible for patient scheduling, registration, billing and collections.  He also served as director of finance for Good Samaritan Hospital.  Earlier in his career, he was an audit manager for Arthur Andersen, LLP, and director of finance for the Huffy Corporation.  Maloney succeeds Kevin Murphy, who is leaving Premier Health Partners, effective September 10.  

“This is an exciting and challenging time in the history of Premier Health Partners,” said Duncan.  “Miami Valley South Health Center will open in October in Centerville, providing emergency care, advanced diagnostic technology and outpatient services.  Miami Valley Hospital has begun renovation and expansion of its neonatal intensive care unit. Atrium Medical Center, a new 250-bed hospital, will open in December, succeeding Middletown Regional Hospital.  Good Samaritan Hospital is building a new heart and vascular hospital within its existing facility.

“Each of these projects, as well as each hospital’s ongoing operations, requires a high level of financial acumen.  Premier will be well served by Scott Shelton, Tom Curtin and Tom Maloney as they assume their new roles,” he said.