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Published on June 06, 2018

NKHC Welcomes New Chief Financial Officer

Henry SeyboldNorth Kansas City Hospital is pleased to announce its new Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer Henry M. Seybold, Jr. Seybold directs the organization’s strategic and operational financial services. His responsibilities include all areas of financial planning, management and reporting, revenue cycle and supply chain management. Seybold succeeds Jim McNey, who retired in January.

"We are delighted to welcome Henry to North Kansas City Hospital," said Peggy Schmitt, president and chief executive officer of the hospital. "He has a proven track record for demonstrating fiscal leadership. His skills and expertise will allow us to continue our mission of providing hope and healing to every life we touch.”

Seybold has more than 25 years of experience working in healthcare financial management. Previous roles include Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Renown Health System in Reno, NV where he was responsible for the system’s finance and accounting areas, as well as supply chain, revenue cycle, health information management and retail services. He was also Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Mercy Rockford Health System, where he worked with other members of the executive council to merge two health systems into one integrated system serving southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

Seybold is a graduate of Drexel University and has a Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management from La Salle University. He serves as an advanced member of the HealthCare Financial Management Association.

About North Kansas City Hospital and Meritas Health

For more than half a century, North Kansas City Hospital has been the Northland’s preferred healthcare provider. The hospital serves the community with 451 licensed beds, more than 3,000 employees, and 492 physicians representing 46 medical specialties. From a Level III neonatal intensive care unit to home health and hospice services, NKCH provides a lifetime of care.

NKCH offers award-winning cardiovascular and orthopedic programs and advanced cancer treatment options, including world-class care through a partnership with The University of Kansas Cancer Center.

Through its Meritas Health subsidiary, North Kansas City Hospital offers the largest network of physician practices in the Northland, with more than 140 physicians and 30 advanced practitioners in 30 convenient locations, including express care clinics in the Liberty, Gladstone and 64th Street Hy-Vee stores.

The hospital’s mission, vision and values reflect a strong commitment to the health and well-being of the Northland community and beyond. Last year, NKCH sponsored 60 charitable and community organizations and served more than 24,000 people through its dynamic Community Health & Wellnessprograms. And, it recently became the first hospital in Kansas City to offer a zero-percent financing option to help patients manage their medical expenses.