Insider seen as next CFO at Miami-based Jackson Health System

Miami Herald, March 1, 2010

Angel Medina Jr., a well known Miami banker and vice chairman of the Public Health Trust, is being considered to become chief financial officer of Jackson Health System. At a press conference, Jackson Chief Executive Eneida Roldan said the possibility of Medina came up after she initiated a national search last year for a CFO, after Frank Barrett told her he wanted to retire in 2010. Barrett stepped down abruptly after announcing that losses for fiscal 2009 were not $46 million as originally forecast, but closer to $200 million, the Miami Herald reports.


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