Mount Nittany Health is pleased to announce the promotion of Randy Tewksbury, MBA, FHFMA, as senior vice president and chief financial officer of the health system.
Joining Mount Nittany Health in July 2015 as vice president of finance, Tewksbury previously served for 20 years in finance administration roles at Geisinger Lewistown Hospital, including controller and vice president for finance/chief financial officer.
“We are truly fortunate to have someone of Randy’s caliber as an integral part of the Mount Nittany Health family,” said Steve Brown, FACHE, president and CEO. “Randy brings more than 35 years of financial service in progressively-responsible managerial positions, and has extensive experience in all aspects of healthcare financial management.”
Tewksbury received a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in healthcare administration from Marywood University in Scranton, Pa., and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa.
In addition, Tewksbury is certified as a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, and is an active board member of the Lewistown Rotary Club. He is married to wife, Lorraine, and has two grown children, Ryan and Megan. In his free time, he enjoys travel, history, volunteering, and spending time with family.
Tewksbury’s promotion comes following the retirement of Richard Wisniewski, CPA, who served Mount Nittany Health for 13 years.
Mount Nittany Health, a health system located in State College, Pa., consists of Mount Nittany Medical Center, a 260-bed acute care facility, and Mount Nittany Physician Group, a staff of more than 120 providers who offer primary and specialty care services at a growing number of offices throughout central Pennsylvania. In addition to providing high quality care, Mount Nittany Health strives to improve the health and wellness of its community through education programs, events, and health screenings. Visit mountnittany.org to learn more about Mount Nittany Health’s mission to make people healthier.