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DHCHD Announces New Chief Financial Officer

DALHART, TEXAS – Dallam Hartley Counties Hospital District is pleased to welcome Renae Thomas into the position of Chief Financial Officer for DHCHD, effective August 1, 2022.

Renae Thomas

Renae Thomas, DHCHD CFO

“We are thrilled to have Renae on board,” DHCHD CEO Kacey Schniederjan said. “The wealth of healthcare operations knowledge she brings to DHCHD will have a positive impact on the hospital district and our patients. We are optimistic about the value she will add to our operations.”

Thomas joins DHCHD from Thomas & Thomas Financial Management Services in Sulphur Springs, Texas, with more than 15 years of CFO experience within the healthcare sector. In addition to leading the financial department for multiple critical access hospitals, Thomas has held roles in healthcare from cost reporting and clinic operations to functioning as CEO.

“I started in healthcare in 1997,” Thomas said. “I am very passionate about this industry and am looking forward to working with Kacey and the entire DHCHD team.”

Dallam Hartley Counties Hospital District, located in Dalhart, Texas, is a healthcare system designed to serve the community at every stage of life. Offering services including obstetrics, surgery, radiology, and swing bed at Coon Memorial Hospital, providing wellness and rehabilitation services at family practice or specialty clinics, or caring for seniors through long-term care facilities, DHCHD’s mission is to provide quality healthcare close to home. To learn more, visit www.dhchd.org.

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Michelle Macha, Marketing Director

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