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GRMC Works With Caregiver to Meet Personal Needs

Beth Allred, GRMC Controller
 
Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) announced today that Beth Allred has moved from the Chief Financial Officer position into the Financial Controller position. Allred cited the change was made for personal reasons. “She will continue to serve Gila Regional in this important controller role, providing the accurate financial reporting and analysis that is critical to our strategic decision making,” stated Chief Executive Officer Brian Cunningham.
 
Beth Allred has been part of the Gila Regional team since 1992. Beth holds a Master of Business from Western New Mexico University and has served the organization through many changes in the healthcare industry. “Thank you, Beth, for your continued service and commitment to GRMC,” Cunningham said. “GRMC ranks high in working with our caregivers to meet their personal needs.”
 
Gila Regional has begun the search for a Chief Financial Officer to fill this position. Recruitment is taking place locally, regionally and nationally.
 
Gila Regional Medical Center is a county-owned not-for-profit medical center that employs over 650 caregivers. It is the home to the Cancer Center, Surgical Center and the Billy Casper Wellness Center.  
 

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