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Gila Regional Welcomes Omaira Heakin as its New Chief Financial Officer

Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Administration announces Omaira Heakin as the new Gila Regional Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

"Gila Regional is fortunate to add Omaira Heakin to the hospital's administration and financial team," says Gila Regional Chief Executive Officer Brian Cunningham. "Omaira's healthcare financial acumen is top notch and we look forward to her leadership and contributions to our patients, their families, caregivers, physicians, and volunteers."

Ms. Heakin brings over 13 years of financial management experience to Gila Regional, most recently serving as the Chief Financial Officer for Alta Vista Regional Hospital in Las Vegas, NM. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Accounting from the University of Saint Thomas, Columbia, South America and her Master of Health Administration from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and was formerly employed as Assistant CFO at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center in Missouri and Accounting Manager at HCA Physician Services in Tennessee.

"It is my honor and privilege to serve as GRMC's CFO and to be part of the Gila Regional family. I am committed to serve our communities and work to take the hospital to the next level of patient care experience," stated Ms. Heakin.

Gila Regional Medical Center is a county-owned, not-for-profit, 68-bed acute care organization. It is the home of the Surgical Center, Cancer Center and the Billy Casper Wellness Center.

For more information visit the website, www.grmc.org.

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