Jason McCormick

Fruita, CO
22 Years of Experience

About Jason McCormick

Jason knew he would pursue a career as a CFO early in life. In college he tailored his education to give himself the foundational knowledge and skills needed to bring financial prosperity to the organizations for which he would work. Graduating in the top ten percent of his class while working full time Jason demonstrated an ability to manage time, internalize concepts and outperform peers. Over his 20 plus years of experience Jason has demonstrated his ability to work with people from all types of back grounds to bring strong financial performance to his clients. Colleagues have often commented that Jason “understands how the detail adds up to the big picture.”

Jason believes very strongly in continuing education. Upon commencing his experience as an executive he returned to the university and obtained a Master’s Degree in Business and Healthcare Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio. This program was created for officers of the US Air force to prepare them for roles in Hospital Administration. Jason was in the first class of civilians that were admitted into the program. This training empowered Jason to bridge financial and operational departments to create the desired “Big Picture.”

Jason has a strong record of outstanding performance. He has worked in For-profit, Government and Tax Exempt organizations. He has successfully fulfilled the roles as CFO, COO and CEO. Part of his executive career was spent in the development of new hospitals with National Surgical Hospitals. In this role Jason was tasked with hiring staff, implementing computer systems, equipping the building, opening operations, refining systems, reaching profit goals and obtaining certifications demonstrating outstanding quality performance. Facilities include Cache Valley Specialty Hospital and The Spine and Surgical Hospital of South Texas. He also consulted and advised CFOs at other facilities as an internal consultant.

At other times of his career Jason has brought several facilities back from financial despair to prosperity. Examples include Tooele Regional Medical Center, Pahrump Medical Center, Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County, and Family Health West. He achieved these turnarounds by quickly assessing gaps in the financial systems, developing a strategic plan and leading people to implement solutions. Jason has worked in many fields of business enterprise. In healthcare Jason has industry knowledge and experience with hospitals, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home health agencies and health departments. Jason also has experience in the construction, service and retail industries. His hands on grasp of detailed financial processes combined with a very approachable leadership style empower Jason to work with any group and industry to bring financial prosperity to clients.

Jason lives with his wife, daughter and three sons in the beautiful Grand Valley on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains. He and his wife have built or remodeled several homes together while they raised their children. They love the outdoors and serving others. Jason gives back in many ways and enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience as a board member with several community organizations. His passion is strengthening communities through effective financial management. He was raised in an entrepreneurial family. He understands the life and worries of a business owner and community leader.

Other Info


  • Masters of Business Administration with honors, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • B.A. Finance and Accounting with honors, Utah State University

Certificates & Licenses:

  • Certified Healthcare Executive, American College of Healthcare Executives


  • Board Member and Treasurer Colorado Rural Health Center, 2011 to present
  • Board Member, Chairperson of the Finance Committee, Mind Springs 2012 to present
  • Western Health Care Alliance, Board Member, 2011 to 2015
  • Family Health West, Assistant Secretary 2010 to 2015

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