Steve Oglesby

Chief Financial Officer, Vice President and Treasurer

Steve Oglesby is chief financial officer, vice president and treasurer for Baptist Health. Serving as CFO since September 2016, he oversees finance, financial strategy and integration, revenue cycle management, supply chain services, contracting and procurement, analytics, and business intelligence for the system.

In his prior role at Baptist, which he had held since January 2015, Oglesby served as vice president of financial strategy and integration, overseeing system initiatives including the coordination of large capital projects and acquisitions, financial planning and forecasting, and development of financial plans to supplement corporate strategic plans. He also served as assistant vice president of finance, leading the system-wide accounting functions, serving a key role in budget development and monitoring. In addition, he was responsible for developing long-range financial forecast models and financial feasibility models for major strategic initiatives and expenditures.

In 2017, Oglesby served as interim co-CEO for Baptist Health, while the system conducted a national search for a permanent CEO.

Prior to joining Baptist Health in 1993, Oglesby was a manager and senior consultant at Deloitte & Touche LLP in Cincinnati and director of financial planning for Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas.

Oglesby earned an MBA from Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting and economics from the University of Iowa, where he played NCAA baseball. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Oglesby is active in a variety of community organizations, including serving on the advisory board for BB&T. He has served on St. John’s United Methodist Church’s Finance Committee since 2014 and has served as its chairman. In addition, he has been an adjunct professor at Bellarmine University for five years.