The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates Appoints Chief Financial Officer

  The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates Appoints Chief
                              Financial Officer

PR Newswire

WASHINGTON, Feb. 13, 2013

WASHINGTON, Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The GW Medical Faculty
Associates has tapped Kenneth W. Marter to serve as Chief Financial Officer.
For the past eight years, Ken served the MFA as Controller. During that time
he led the Accounting and Finance departments, where he developed operational
and capital budgets for more than 50 departments, tightened cash control
policies, instituted an ACH-based receivables process, and directed
development of new employee and benefit plans that included electronic
enrollments, a self-insured health benefit program and 457(b) retirement
program.

"It is uncommon to find ingenuity with strong, steady leadership skills in a
single package, but we're fortunate to have recruited that in Ken," offered
MFA Chief Executive Officer Stephen L. Badger. "Ken's process improvements
helped deliver revenue results which have fueled our expansion."

Over the past  decade, the MFA has grown from 200 physicians to more than 950
physicians in primary and specialty care practices that extend from Crofton,
Maryland to Winchester, Virginia. It acquired 2300 M Street from the Carlyle
Group and is pursuing additional real estate.

The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates is the largest,
independent physician group in metropolitan Washington, and is an independent
affiliate of The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health
Sciences. It is comprised of more than 950 physicians who deliver care through
twelve hospitals and 51 medical and surgical specialties, all of which are
supported by academic medicine and clinical research. www.gwdocs.com

SOURCE GW Medical Faculty Associates

Contact: Kathryn K. McGriff, +1-202-741-3381 (o), +1-202-615-7226 (c)
 
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