ALTON — OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center has announced two personnel moves.
Mathew Hanley has accepted the role of chief financial officer for OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center. He will be responsible for oversight and execution of financial strategies.
Hanley most recently served as the director of strategic affiliations for OSF HealthCare. Prior to joining OSF HealthCare, he worked as a senior audit and advisory associate at KPMG in its Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals division.
He steps into the chief financial officer role vacated by Mike Nelson, who is retiring at the end of March after 25 years of service to Saint Anthony’s.
Hanley, a licensed CPA, earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and an executive master of business administration from Bradley University in Peoria.
David Wells has been named regional administrator for OSF Saint Anthony’s Physician Group. As regional administrator, Wells is responsible for ensuring the operations of OSF Saint Anthony’s Physician Group reflect the mission and vision of OSF HealthCare and OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center.
Wells joins OSF HealthCare from BJC HealthCare, where he directed performance improvement for the BJC Clinical Workflow Improvement Team.
Wells graduated with a bachelor of science and master of science in engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla. He earned his master of business administration from Fontbonne University and a doctor of management at Webster University. He is an ASQ-certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a member of Medical Group Management Association.
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