Brandon Gorman is the Chief Financial Officer for the Arkansas Rural Health Partnership (ARHP), a regional program of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Brandon has over ten years of experience working to ensure the financial and operational health of rural hospitals in Arkansas. Born, raised, and living in the Arkansas Delta, Brandon has a unique understanding of the importance of rural healthcare and has a deep-rooted dedication to ensuring the member hospitals of the ARHP receive all the resources needed to thrive in their respective communities.
Brandon, a Certified Public Accountant, is responsible for promoting cost-saving and revenue producing strategies that benefit the member hospitals of ARHP. He promotes collaboration among member hospitals and consistently finds innovative approaches to meet the needs of the hospitals he serves.
Brandon is a leader in the rural healthcare industry and has successfully overseen millions of dollars in grant funding and hospital operating budgets. He is an active member of the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Arkansas Healthcare Financial Management Association, and is the past chairman of the Arkansas Healthcare Financial Management Association’s Audit Committee.
Brandon received his degree in Accounting from the University of Central Arkansas. He continues to stay up to date on the latest accounting methods and practices by regularly attending continuing education courses and keeping his CPA license active.
Brandon lives in Warren, Arkansas with his wife Stacey, and their children Grayson and Landry.