MGH names Chief Financial Officer

Marion, Ind. (Jan. 5, 2021) – Marion General Hospital (MGH) has named Tony Roberts, MBA, CPA, as the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the organization.

Roberts has served as the interim CFO since October of 2019, and previously served 18 years as MGH’s Administrative Director of Finance. Prior to joining MGH in 2002, he worked as the controller of S&S Fire Apparatus Co. Roberts earned his MBA from Ball State University in 2016.

Roberts says he is looking forward to staying focused on providing patient-friendly, high quality and convenient healthcare services in a manner that is cost-effective for MGH as well as providing excellent value for its patients. “We have some exciting new capital projects underway”, Roberts said. “I look forward to helping manage the financial aspect of those projects, and I’m excited to see these get rolled out to the community!”

“Tony’s experience and commitment is invaluable as we continue to strive for excellent and affordable patient care, particularly with the challenges of COVID-19 in mind”, Stephanie Hilton-Siebert, President and CEO of MGH, said. “His stewardship and wisdom is exactly what MGH needs as we step into an exciting future of expansion and new services.”

“I am proud to work for Marion General Hospital. This is the hospital where I was born and I enjoy being part of the community that I grew up in,” Roberts said. “I appreciate the opportunities that have been presented to me over the years being part of the MGH family.”

Roberts officially started his permanent position as CFO on January 4, 2021.

About Marion General Hospital

Marion General Hospital (MGH) is a provider of high-quality medical services in rural Grant County. For nearly 120 years, we have gone above and beyond to make our community happier and healthier. With our longstanding roots in the area, we have become the largest local employer. When you come to us for medical assistance, you receive care from friends, neighbors, and family. For more information, visit

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