Brent Beaulieu Named Chief Financial Officer of Baptist Health

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Baptist Health has named Brent Beaulieu as the system’s next senior vice president and chief financial officer.

“Baptist Health has a strong history with great leaders, so I am grateful and humbled by the opportunity to serve Baptist Health and our community in this role,” Beaulieu said.

Beaulieu, who has spent 21 years in health care, joined Baptist Health in 2007 as assistant vice president of finance and was promoted to vice president of finance in 2008. He received a degree in accounting from Harding University.

“Brent has been a tremendous asset to Baptist Health in various finance-related positions during his more than 10 years within our system,” said Troy Wells, president and CEO of Baptist Health. “His knowledge and expertise will prove even more valuable in his new role leading those operations.”

Beaulieu succeeds longtime senior leadership team member Bob Roberts, who formally retired as the system’s chief financial officer on Friday, Jan. 18.

Replacing Beaulieu as vice president of finance is Brock Holman, who joined Baptist Health in 2012 as the leader for a newly created Managed Care/Decision Support Department.

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