TITUSVILLE, Fla. - Parrish Medical Center has named accomplished healthcare executive Tim Skeldon, CPA, FHFMA, ACHE as executive vice president for corporate finance. Skeldon has more than 25 years of professional finance experience.
Mr. Skeldon’s new position reflects his increasing role in the financial aspects of all PMC affiliated areas, as well as his new emphasis on PMC’s financial investment strategy as a result of recently passed policies on that subject. Skeldon will retain all his existing areas of responsibility.
Under his leadership, PMC has maintained the organization's “A” credit rating since obtaining it in 2000. Skeldon was the executive in charge of developing and building the LEED Silver Certified Parrish Healthcare Center in Port St John. He has also been involved in other nontraditional financial operational areas, such as Parrish Home Health and Parrish Health & Fitness Center.
Skeldon is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Florida Association for Managed Care Professionals (FAMCP), Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA), and Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). He is a Fellow Healthcare Financial Management Association (FHFMA), American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Prior to assuming his present position at PMC in 1999, Skeldon was vice president/chief financial officer at Central Florida Regional Hospital, Sanford, Florida. He also has been controller at Fawcett Memorial Hospital, Port Charlotte, Fla.; Parrish Medical Center; Columbia Park Medical Center, Orlando, Fla.; and senior accountant with Ernst & Young, Orlando, Fla.
Skeldon graduated from the University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, Fla., where he received his Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, magna cum laude, and his Master of Science in Accountancy.
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