HCA Midwest Health
February 01, 2023

Overland Park, KS — HCA Midwest Health, Kansas City's healthcare leader, today announced that Miah Stutts has assumed the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Stutts' appointment fulfills the vacancy created by longtime HCA Midwest Health CFO Clifton Mills' retirement.

Stutts brings a deep knowledge of HCA Healthcare and extensive financial leadership gained from her nearly 15 years in healthcare finance with HCA. She joins HCA Midwest Health from the Central West Texas Division, where she served the past two years as CFO for St. David's Medical Center, which includes the St. David's Hospital, St. David's Rehabilitation Hospital, St. David's Georgetown Hospital and Heart Hospital of Austin campuses.

Prior to joining St. David's, Stutts was CFO of the Northern Virginia market for HCA Virginia Health System, overseeing the financial operations for Reston Hospital Center, Stonesprings Hospital Center and Dominion Hospital. She has also served the HCA North Texas Division in such roles as CFO for Medical City Denton and Medical City Lewisville, and as controller and vice president of finance for Medical City Dallas. Stutts began her career as financial audit manager for HCA Healthcare in Nashville.

“Through the various roles Miah has had during her HCA career, she has developed strong financial management expertise with a proven track record of managing and optimizing growth, operational effectiveness and margin expansion,” says HCA Midwest Health President Keith Zimmerman. “Miah's broad business acumen will be an invaluable asset as HCA Midwest Health continues to expand services and access points to meet the region's growing demands.”

“I'm honored to be chosen for the CFO position with HCA Midwest Health, which is not only Kansas City's healthcare leader, but a forerunner in innovation and quality,” Stutts says. “I look forward to collaborating with HCA leadership and helping to drive the financial strategy of the organization as we expand access to high-quality, compassionate care and services to further improve the overall and health and well-being of the communities we serve.”

Stutts earned a bachelor's degree in accounting at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.