St. Joseph’s Health CFO to retire

St. Josephs credits him with keeping positive operating margins in tough times, broadening payer relationships and playing a crucial function in minimizing employee health care expenses.

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Kelly Gooch –
Wednesday, September 16th, 2020

Before signing up with Lancaster General Health, Mr. Roemer was senior vice president for financing and CFO of Georgia Health Sciences University and Health System in Augusta. He also was a partner at KPMG Consulting/Bearing Point in Cleveland


He signed up with St. Josephs in November 2016 after working as executive vice president and CFO of Lancaster (Pa.) General Health.

Dennis Roemer is retiring as senior vice president and CFO of St. Josephs Health in Paterson, N.J., the health system announced Sept. 15.

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Mr. Roemer will retire in December after a 42-year financing profession.