Englewood, Colo. – (Jan. 22, 2019) – Craig Hospital, a world-renowned rehabilitation hospital for people who have sustained spinal cord and/or brain injuries, announced today that it has appointed Daniel Frank as its new Chief Financial Officer.
With a career that spans 30 years, Dan has served in several financial leadership roles, including his most recent position as CFO of Centura Health’s Longmont United Hospital. Dan will begin his role at Craig on Jan. 23 and will report to the hospital’s CEO, Jandel Allen-Davis, MD.
“We are confident in Dan’s experience and ability to step right into his role as CFO,” said Allen-Davis. “In addition to his financial acumen, he is a highly engaged executive who likes to be out and about and looks forward to meeting the team members at Craig.”
Dan will be replacing Julie Keegan, who is retiring in March after serving Craig for the past 13 years as CFO. Previous to his role at Longmont United Hospital, Dan served as the Director of Accounting and Reimbursement for Exempla Healthcare in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. He earned his undergraduate degree in business with a specialization in accounting from the University of Colorado Boulder and earned a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Colorado Denver. Dan lives in Longmont with his wife Kathy; they will be relocating soon to be near the hospital.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the talented team at Craig Hospital and I’m excited to be able to help extend the mission to improve the lives of those who’ve sustained life-altering injuries,” said Frank. “It’s an honor for me to be part of such an esteemed organization and I look forward to serving the hospital as the new CFO.”