John M. Doyle

Vice-Chairman, CHF Board of Directors
Founder and Global Ambassador, Compassionate Hope Foundation

As the CFO for Steward Healthcare System (Steward) since 2017, John Doyle is responsible for all of the company’s financial matters and relationships, including capital planning and management, board of directors and audit committee, investor and banking relations, treasury management, external financial reporting, and the revenue cycle.

Vice-Chairman, Compassionate Hope Board of Directors

John manages a staff of over 400 people. Steward is the largest privately-owned health care system in the United States and operates 36 acute care hospitals, three managed care companies, employs over 1,800 physicians and multiple other access points. In addition, Steward has an international presence by managing hospitals in areas where care is provided to the least-of-these.

Prior to Steward, John was the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Accounting Officer for IASIS Healthcare beginning in 2002. Steward purchased IASIS in 2017 and John was asked to be the Chief Financial Officer of the new combined company.

Prior to joining IASIS, John was a senior manager with Ernst & Young LLP and KPMG LLP, where he specialized in healthcare audit and business advisory services, including mergers and acquisitions.

John has served with Compassionate Hope since its inception and has been actively involved on mission trips to targeted areas to serve the least-of-these, with a focus on specific countries in Southeast Asia including Thailand and Laos. John and his wife Catherine have been married for 20 years and have three active teenagers, two grown children and three grandchildren. They reside in Dallas, TX.

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