Nurse Executive Position in Arkansas Myeloma Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Arkansas

Posted July 27, 2004

A nationally renowned Center of Excellence, the Myeloma Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is seeking an experienced Nurse Executive to help lead this vital organization. The Institute treats more patients with Myeloma than any other facility in the world. Since 1989, more than 4,000 patients from all 50 states and 33 foreign countries have sought treatment from this facility. Responsibilities encompass patient care in three main areas – outpatient clinic setting, a 29-bed inpatient unit, and an outpatient bone marrow transplant and chemotherapy infusion areas. Must possess strong operational experience overseeing an oncology related function. The ability to recognize workflow issues, streamline processes, and build an effective team is essential. Five plus year’s clinic and/or hospital departmental management experience preferred, ideally within an academic medical center. ID#23462W8. For more opportunities, visit

Contact: Laura Sanders Cejka Search 222 South Central Avenue, Suite 400 St. Louis, MO 63105 Phone: 800-678-7858 x3482  Fax 314-863-3631

E-mail [email protected]

Executive Director Florida Proton Therapy Institute – University College of Medicine Jacksonville, FL

Posted July 27, 2004

Executive Director – Florida Proton Therapy Institute – Jacksonville, FL. The University of Florida College of Medicine is building a 92,000 sq ft facility, which will house a world class radiation program that will include both conventional and proton beam therapy. This facility represents the first of its kind in Florida and the southeast, and the third in the nation. We are seeking an Executive Director responsible for the overall management of the Florida Proton Therapy Institute. A minimum of ten years managerial experience of an outpatient care setting, ideally an outpatient radiation therapy/cancer facility or diagnostic imaging center within a complex academic medical center, is preferred. Must possess strong operational, financial, and human resource skills. Exceptional leadership and communication skills essential. ID#24391W8. For more opportunities, visit

Contact: Laura Sanders at  Cejka Search 222 South Central Avenue, Suite 400 St. Louis, MO 63105 Phone: 800-678-7858 x3482  Fax: 314-863-3631

E-mail: [email protected]

Administrative Director, Surgical Services Carle Clinic Association Urbana, IL

Posted July 16, 2004

Carle Clinic Association, a dynamic Midwest multispecialty group, has a unique opportunity to provide leadership and administrative support to 17 specialty divisions within the Department of Surgery.

Reporting to the Vice President, Surgical Services and working in conjunction with the Medical Director of Surgical Services, this role is responsible for 170 non-physician employees. The nearly 65 physician FTEs in the surgical areas generate over $100M in gross revenues annually.

The desired candidate will have a minimum of 5 years progressive management experience in an ambulatory surgical practice setting / physician office. MBA or MHA strongly preferred with an emphasis in finance, business administration, or personnel management. Other highly sought skills include the ability to problem solve complex issues and communicate effectively across all levels of the organization. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience. EOE

Contact: Patty Holaday Director of Recruitment Services Carle Clinic Association 730 Killarney Street Urbana, IL 61801

E-mail: [email protected]

Manager, Invasive Cardiovascular Services Greenville Hospital System Greenville, SC

Posted July 13, 2004

Opportunity to manage 7 cath labs and 2 EP labs for the Greenville Memorial Medical Campus. This experienced leader will have 2 supervisors and 50 FTE’s with at least 5,000 interventions per year. Greenville Memorial Hospital, with 710 beds, is the largest of our 4 hospitals. Our system has approximately 7,500 employees and 5 campuses. We are a not for profit system that is the healthcare research leader for the upstate.

Bachelor’s degree in Clinical specialty with at least 3 years clinical and supervisory experience in cath or EP labs required. Registry or certification required in area of experience. (RTR, RRt, RDMS, RVT, RN, RDCS, RCIS)

Greenville is an economically thriving community with educational, recreational and cultural opportunities for all ages. Located near the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, we are on I-85 about 4 hours from the beaches of Charleston, and 2 1/2 hours from Atlanta. EOE Please apply online at and contact Pat Love directly.

Contact: Patricia Love 701 Grove Rd. Greenville, SC  29605 Phone: 864-455-8703

Email: [email protected]

Director of Cardiology Services and Cardiac Outreach University of Alabama Health Services Foundation The Kirklin Clinic at UAB Birmingham, AL 

Posted July 9, 2004

Exciting opportunity to manage in a world class facility. Successful candidate will possess BSN and three to five years clinical management and operations experience in Cardiology Services. Master’s degree preferred. EOE

Contact: Julia Embry
[email protected]

Clinic Managers University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX

Posted July 9, 2004

As one of the foremost research facilities in the world, UT Southwestern, with its four active Nobel Laureates and 15 members of the prestigious National Academy of Sciences, is poised to lead the way in a new era of scientific discovery in the 21st century. Southwestern Medical Center’s physicians are equipped to bring the latest laboratory findings to each patient. We provide inpatient care to more than 87,000 people and oversee approximately 2 million outpatient visits annually.

UT Southwestern is seeking to fill Clinic Manager vacancies in the departments of Anesthesiology & Pain Management, Internal Medicine (Hematology/Oncology), and Ophthalmology. The Clinic Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of operations of the outpatient clinic. He/She will supervise and develop clinic staff in order to ensure excellent service to patients and effective implementation of clinic work processes. Candidates must have strong clinic leadership skills and develop a close, collaborative working relationship with the Medical Director and Department Chair. The Clinic Manager is responsible for fostering an environment wherein all employees maintain “Best Practice Customer Service Standards.” EOE

Contact: Geoffrey Grabow Office of Human Resources 5323 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75390 TEL: 214-648-9815 FAX: 214-648-9875

[email protected]

Senior Clinical Consultant Cardiovascular Premier Inc. Charlotte, NC

Posted July 8, 2004

This professional is responsible for staffing and managing cardiology consulting engagements for Premier Inc, one of the country’s largest healthcare alliance organizations .  Will work closely with the Managing Principal to design the methodology, gather data, perform on-site interviews, analyze all findings, formulate meaningful recommendations and deliver the final report.  The consultant will also participate in additional activities that support the overall development of a contemporary multi-specialty cardiology practice such as provides input to the design and delivery of new service offerings or purchase contracts, educational and marketing presentations, interaction with members and support to relationship managers.  The consultant will maintain a professional focus in clinical and administrative cardiology. EOE

Education & Experience:

  • BS and RN required, MS, MBA or other advanced degree preferred

  • Combined 5 years of management consulting, cardiovascular lab, and surgery department management experience

  • Experience in designing and managing projects

  • Demonstrated ability to work with medical staff and clinicians on the improvement of Cath lab, CV, and surgery operations and supply cost management

  • Strong understanding of cardiovascular markets including suppliers, payors, and regulatory requirements

  • Travel up to 75% of time

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Executive Director Tri-Cities Cancer Center Kennewick, WA 

Posted July 1, 2004

The Executive Director has overall accountability for managing and administering the day-to-day operations including clinical services and programs, financial management, operations and the building of strong patient satisfaction and excellent working relationships with physicians and the community. Bachelor’s degree required in Healthcare Administration, Nursing or Business Administration with a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or Service Line Specialization preferred. A minimum of five years of progressively responsible management experience, with a demonstrated successful track record in the healthcare industry, is required. The TCCC is located in the winemaking region of S.E. Washington State near the confluence of the Columbia, Snake and Yakima Rivers. Many of the nearly 200,000 population earn their living in science, technology or agriculture. The climate is dry and the sun shines for hundreds of days a year. The Tri-Cities Cancer Center will reward your talents with a competitive salary, based on experience. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: 

Search Committee Tri-Cities Cancer Center c/o Human Resources 7350 W. Deschutes Ave., Building A Kennewick, WA 99336 

by July 30, 2004. EOE OR

Contact:Leslie Smith Human Resources Coordinator TCCC  7350 W. Deschutes Ave., Bldg. A Kennewick, WA 99336 Phone (509) 737-3407

E-mail: [email protected]

Executive Director – Heart and Lung Care Services The Nebraska Medical Center Omaha, NE

Posted July 1, 2004

This newly created position reports to the System COO and will be an integral member of the senior management team. The Executive Director will be accountable for the strategic direction and growth of the Cardiopulmonary Service line and will have broad responsibility to ensure efficient operations. The Executive Director will provide effective leadership to achieve patient, clinical, financial, quality and service outcomes; maintain positive physician faculty relationships; and staff development/retention. A proven track record in developing and expanding cardiopulmonary product lines in a complex, university-based health system, or large tertiary care facility is highly desirable.

Reporting directly to the Executive Director is the Director of Cardiopulmonary services. Indirect reports include Cardiac Care Unit, Manager of Cath/EP Labs, Pulmonary Manager, Manager of Non-Invasive, and Manager of Cardiac Rehab. Matrix management relationships include the Director of Surgery, Directors of Nursing Units, Manager Cardiology Clinics, Directors of Pharmacy, Radiology and Lab/Pathology.

The candidate of choice will have responsibility for 160 FTEs and an expense budget of approximately $64 million. An undergraduate degree is required, MBA and/or MBA preferred. EEOC.

Contact: Amy Evitts Tyler & Company 375 Northridge Road, Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30350 Phone: (800) 989-6789

E-mail: [email protected]

System Director of Cardiology Norton Healthcare Louisville, KY 

Posted July 1, 2004

Norton Healthcare, the largest health care system in Kentucky, is setting new standards for excellence in quality care and now’s your chance to join our leadership team.

Job Skills/Requirements

Exciting opportunity to oversee cardiac catheterization and related services within 6 hospital IDN in Louisville Kentucky. Responsible for all administrative and clinical aspects of services at multiple sites. Perform over 7000 procedures annually including diagnostic and therapeutic catheterization, EP, Pacemaker and AICD Implants. Also dedicated pediatric service which will be relocating to new state of the art pediatric heart center this year.

Our cardiovascular program includes three open heart facilities including a pediatric/congenital heart service. We are a nationally recognized program which has experienced considerable growth and expansion.

Candidates must have extensive clinical and administrative experience specific to invasive cardiology. Bachelor degree required and Master Degree preferred. Exciting opportunity in a growing program.

Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, 401K Plan, Pension/Retirement EOE

Contact: Christie Hodges Recruiter Norton Healthcare 233 E. Broadway Louisville, KY 40202

Phone: (502) 629-4051