National Health Care Publication Recognizes Erlanger CFO Britt Tabor

Thursday, August 8, 2019
J. Britton Tabor
J. Britton Tabor

J. Britton Tabor, executive vice president and CFO of Erlanger Health System, has been recognized as one of "106 Hospital and Health System CFOs to Know" by Becker’s Hospital Review, a national publication for health care business news and analysis. 

Becker’s Hospital Review showcased financial leaders from both large health systems and small community hospitals.  In recognizing the local Erlanger executive, Becker’s noted that those included in this honor roll of healthcare CFO’s,” play an integral role in their organization's strategic planning, growth and transactions; they have also been recognized by their peers and serve on the board of directors for community organizations.”

“Britt is a tremendous contributor to the financial stability of our health system,” said Kevin M.

Spiegel, FACHE, president and CEO of Erlanger Health System. “His years of experience at Erlanger and financial expertise have been invaluable and he is well deserving of his recognition by Becker’s.”

Erlanger’s CFO has a history with Erlanger spanning more than three decades.  As the system's senior vice president and CFO, he is responsible for financial operations and overseeing financial functions for the seven-hospital health system. Erlanger is the 10th largest public hospital system in the United States and includes six acute-care hospitals (including a Children’s Hospital and Trauma Center), a behavioral health hospital, a multi-specialty physician group practice, and academic teaching program. 

Mr. Tabor is a certified public accountant and Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He currently serves as co-treasurer for the Board of the Chattanooga State Community College Foundation, treasurer for the board of Techtown and is on the boards of both Chattanooga Hospice and Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital.  He received his MBA for the University of Tennessee.  Prior to his position with Erlanger, Mr. Tabor was an auditor for Chattanooga-based accounting firm Hazlett, Lewis & Bieter, which has since joined Mauldin & Jenkins in Atlanta.


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