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UC Davis Health System selects CFO

By March 4, 2011

Timothy Maurice is the new chief financial officer for the UC Davis Health System. Courtesy photo

The UC Davis Health System on Friday named as its new chief financial officer Timothy Maurice. He is currently the vice president and CFO for St. John’s Regional Medical Center in Ventura County.

At UCD, Maurice will oversee a $1.6 billion annual budget. He will replace William McGowan, who is retiring in June, and receive an annual base salary of $400,000.

“Tim’s 30-plus years of strong financial, strategic and capital-planning experience will be of great value to the health system as we navigate this period of challenge and opportunity associated with healthcare reform,” said Claire Pomeroy, chief executive officer of UC Davis Health System, in a news release.

Maurice has previously served as CFO for Good Samaritan Community Healthcare in Tacoma, Wash.; Saint Joseph Mercy-Oakland in Oakland County, Mich.; Sutter Gould Medical Foundation and Sutter Tracy Community Hospital and Doctors Medical Center, Doctors Hospital-Manteca.

He has served at two academic teaching hospitals: Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle and the University of Washington Hospital and Medical Center.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Washington in 1976 and master’s degree in business from Seattle University in 1988.

Cory Golden

Cory Golden

The Enterprise's higher-education and congressional reporter. http://about.me/cory_golden
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