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Corporate Updates

Serving Our Community: 2018 Report

At Kaleida Health, we recognize how good our community has been to us, and we are committed to serving-our-communitygiving back to our community and paying it forward with the same passion, energy and dedication.

This past year, Kaleida Health added a new community pillar as part of the organization’s 2018-2020 strategic plan. Kaleida Health has taken leading with CARE beyond the walls of our hospitals, long-term care facilities and ambulatory sites and brought it out to the community in a big way. As an organization, we have stepped up to make a tangible impact on those in need in Western New York.

Click HERE to read the Serving Our Community report, which highlights just a few of the many ways individuals and teams across Kaleida Health gave back to the people and communities we serve in 2018.

New Vice President of Finance Named

Stephen M. Hardy, CPA, MBA, was named vice president of finance for Kaleida Health.Stephen-Hardy

In his new role, Hardy will be responsible for system financial accounting, consolidation, reporting, treasury management, financial stewardship and internal control functions. He will also lead the coordination of revenue analysis and third-party reimbursement contracting for Kaleida Health.

Hardy most recently served as vice president of finance for Marion General Hospital and system vice president of population health analytics, revenue integrity, reimbursement and net revenue for OhioHealth in Columbus, Ohio. OhioHealth includes 29,000 associates, physicians and volunteers, a network of 11 hospitals, more than 200 ambulatory sites, hospice, home health, medical equipment and other health services spanning 47 Ohio counties. In addition, Hardy has held several similar positions over his career at both for-profit and not-for-profit healthcare facilities and systems. 

Hardy received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Kentucky and a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from Salem State College in Salem, MA. He received a Master of Business Administration from Kansas University and completed the Value Measurement for Healthcare program from the Harvard Business School.