Courtney Wood


Chief Financial Officer

Courtney Wood is a seasoned financial executive with a track record of driving strategic financial planning and operational excellence. With over 15 years of experience in healthcare finance, Courtney has established herself as a trusted leader adept at navigating healthcare’s complex financial landscape.

Prior to her role as Fora Health CFO, Courtney held key leadership positions in organizations such as Providence St. Josephs Health, Oregon Health & Science University and Telecare Corporation. A few of her accomplishments include serving as Finance & Administration section chief of the Providence St. Vincent Covid emergency response team, creating and implementing financial policies and practices for Knight Cancer clinical trials, and supporting CalAim behavioral health payment reform. Her multifaceted background encompasses both operational and strategic finance, providing her with a holistic perspective on financial management.

Courtney earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of Utah and a Master’s degree in Public Policy & Administration from Northwestern University. Courtney also serves as an appointed member of the Multnomah County Department of Health Advisory Board. She is committed to supporting continuous learning, innovation and adaptability within Fora Health.

As a forward-thinking CFO, Courtney is dedicated to fostering a culture of financial stewardship, transparency, and integrity. Her strategic leadership and collaborative approach aim to provide Fora Health with robust financial security so it can continue to serve its patients and communities.

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