HARKER HEIGHTS, TEXAS (April 29, 2020) – George Fayer, chief financial officer at Seton Medical Center Harker Heights (SMCHH), has announced his upcoming retirement in June after more than five years of service to the hospital.
“George’s contributions have been instrumental in facilitating the growth of SMCHH. Through his leadership of our revenue cycle and accounting teams, the hospital has seen a significant improvement in financial performance,” said Zach Dietze, chief executive officer at SMCHH. “In 2019 George oversaw several significant information system conversions including accounting, payroll, materials management and several areas of our Epic electronic medical record conversion.” Epic is the gold standard among EMRs in the U.S.
Prior to joining SMCHH, Fayer served twice as an interim CFO for LHP, having previously worked on hospital acquisitions. He also served as CFO at four Florida hospitals: Wuesthoff Medical Center in Rockledge, JFK Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Palmetto General Hospital in Miami, and Town & Country Hospital in Tampa, FL.
Seton Medical Center Harker Heights (SMCHH) is an 83-bed acute care hospital opened in 2012 in Harker Heights, Texas offering an array of services such as a Cardiology, Emergency Services and a Level IV Trauma Designated Emergency Room, General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Total Joint Replacement, Gastroenterology, a dedicated Women’s Center, Diagnostic Services and more. We provide exceptional care through collaboration with our associates, physicians, volunteers and community partners. Our award-winning staff provides patient care with dignity and respect. We are Joint Commission Accredited, an Accredited Chest Pain Center, and Advanced Primary Stroke Center. SMCHH is a joint venture between the Austin-based Seton Healthcare Family and Nashville-based Ardent Health Services.