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Hospital welcomes new chief financial officer

Mark Wright has been appointed as the new chief financial officer at the Wyoming County Community Health System.

Wright assumed the role Monday, June 6. He has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare finance. 

“We welcome Mark’s arrival to WCCHS and are excited about the experience and financial expertise he brings to the health system,” said David Kobis, the new chief executive officer of the Wyoming County Community Health System. “Mark has deep roots in rural hospitals and healthcare, knows the Western New York market well, and will help the organization transition through the end of the pandemic.” 

Most recently, Wright served as the senior vice president and chief financial officer for Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center since August 2019. Wright previously served as vice president of finance for A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta for 22 years, as well as controller at St. Joseph Hospital in Elmira and director of finance at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortland.

Wright was born and raised in the Catskill region near Oneonta. He holds a business administration degree from Siena College. Following his graduation from Siena, he joined the accounting firm Coopers and Lybrand in Albany, during which time he obtained his certified public accountant license.

 

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