Fairfield Medical Center is pleased to welcome Julie Grow as the new Chief Financial Officer. Julie joined the FMC team in August, and will manage the organization’s financial planning and accounting practices, as well as its relationship with lending institutions, board members and the financial community. She will also be responsible for evaluating FMC’s financial performance in regard to strategic goals, budgets and forecasts.
Grow is a native of Jackson, OH and an Ohio University graduate. She comes to Fairfield Medical Center from Hocking Valley Community Hospital, where she served as Chief Financial Officer for 11 years. Her passion and expertise includes revenue cycle management, budget planning and analysis, financial projections, communication and problem solving.
“I’ve had a long standing relationship with the senior leadership team at FMC, and have worked collaboratively on issues independent community hospitals face in today’s environment,” Grow said. “I felt by joining the organization, I had the opportunity to make a difference on a larger scale by playing a key role in providing high quality, personalized care to Fairfield, Hocking, and surrounding communities.”
FMC president and CEO John R. “Jack” Janoso, Jr. said he is pleased to welcome a respected, successful and dedicated leader like Grow to the team.
“While Julie will be new to FMC, she is a well-experienced CFO who is no stranger to our community, our mission and our organization,” Janoso said. “Her impact will be immediate, and her financial expertise and cultural fit will guide FMC toward future prosperity.”