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November 3, 2010

KHC names new CFO

Knoxville —  

Ann Helwig, Chief Executive Officer at Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, has announced that David Rollins has been named Chief Financial Officer.

Rollins earned his educational degrees at Wichita State University and University of Texas at Dallas. He brings with him over ten years of experience in financial leadership. Most recently, he served as the Chief Financial Officer at the Mountain View Hospital District in Oregon.

“Relocating to the Midwest is a great opportunity for me and my family as we will be closer to family and friends,” said Rollins. “I am very impressed by the staff at Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, the facility, the community, and look forward to helping lead the organization in its quest to provide outstanding health care to the communities we serve.”

Rollins is married to wife, Catherine, and has five children: Heide (24), Joshua (22), Brendan (18), Sarah (15), and Shelby (13).  In his spare time, he loves to watch movies, football and basketball, and playing golf.

Helwig remarked, “We are delighted to have David join us. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the job. He also has the skills that will enable him to take a leadership role in the health care system of KHC and in the community.”

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