Central Peninsula Hospital announced Chief Financial Officer Jason Paret tendered his resignation Tuesday.
Paret and his family will be relocating to Waimea, Hawaii to work with North Hawaii Community Hospital. His resignation will be effective Sept. 2, according to a news release.
Recruitment for a new CFO has begun, and hospital administration will soon announce plans to hire an interim CFO.
Paret thanked the hospital’s management team and staff for their support during his five-year tenure at the hospital.
“My experience with the CPH executive team for the last five years has been a fulfilling one, and I leave knowing that together we have made the organization better than when we arrived,” Paret said in a news release. “Service offerings have increased significantly and we are financially stronger than ever before. Due to our high quality and growth of services, Central Peninsula Hospital is gaining a reputation in areas of the state of Alaska previously unaware of the great work that we do.”
CPH Chief Executive Officer Ryan Smith wished Paret well in the news release.
“We are extremely happy for Jason and his family and wish them nothing but the best as they transition from Alaska to Hawaii in order to conquer new challenges at North Hawaii Community Hospital,” he said.
Paret’s resignation is the second from the hospital’s administration during July.
Smith also recently announced he would resign from his post in mid-November for a job as the Chief Executive Officer at the Memorial Hospital of Converse County in Douglas, Wyoming.