Jay Noyes has been with the organization for 15 years and stepped into his new role at the end of October.
Castleview Hospital— a Price, Utah-based healthcare provider with 39 total staffed beds and over $222 million in total patient revenue—has appointed a new chief financial officer.
Jay Noyes has worked as the financial controller and ethics and compliance officer for Castleview for the last 15 years. He took over as CFO effective October 30, 2022.
"We are so excited to have Jay step into this important leadership role," Greg Cook, chief executive officer of Castleview said in a statement announcing Noyes’ appointment. "He is an exemplary leader with a tremendous amount of financial experience and expertise. His commitment to patient care, physicians, employees, and the community is evident in all that he does, and I know that he will help us further advance our mission of Making Communities Healthier."
Noyes has previously been responsible for the oversight of financials for the 2015 emergency room and Intensive Care Unit expansion and the Castleview urgent care and retail pharmacy build in 2017.
"Castleview is such an important part of this community," Noyes said in the release. "I am really excited to take on this new role and continue working with this incredible team of individuals. I look forward to building on the strong foundation that already exists and helping the leadership team look for even more ways to improve the overall health and well-being of this community."
Amanda Schiavo is the Finance Editor for HealthLeaders.