Dalfonso replaces recently retired CFO Chris Nicosia.
Hilda Dalfonso, a 23-year veteran of the healthcare industry, assumed the role of chief financial officer for two of Corpus Christi Medical Center’s hospitals and five affiliated care providers. Dalfonso started his new job on June 1, 2022, replacing recently retired CFO Chris Nicosia.
Dalfonso joins Corpus Christi Medical Center — a system with more than $400 million in net patent revenue and 250 staffed beds — after serving as vice president of finance at SCL Health Good Samaritan Medical Center, a 234-bed hospital in Lafayette, Colorado. There, she led financial activities and key clinical and non-clinical operational areas. She also served as Acting Chief supporting the Chief Operating Officer and overseeing related services.
During his career, Dalfonso has successfully developed key service line growth strategies, accelerated facility expansion, and achieved Center of Excellence designations for robotic surgery. Dalfonso, a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and American College of Healthcare Executives, also co-led a hospital incident command team and provided operational leadership in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Hilda’s previous experience as a healthcare executive and her proven leadership will be an asset to Corpus Christi Medical Center as we continue to grow our operations and patient services to meet the growing needs of the communities we serve. serve,” Eric Evans, CEO of Corpus Christi Christi Medical Center, said in A liberation announcing Dalfonso’s appointment. “I look forward to working with her and am confident she will be a great addition to our leadership team.”
Amanda Schiavo is Finance Editor for HealthLeaders.