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Vice President of Cardiology Services Bon Secours Richmond Health System Richmond, VA

Posted May 20, 2005

Bon Secours Richmond Health System (BSR) has retained Witt/Kieffer to recruit an experienced and tenacious Vice President of Cardiology Services. Located in historic Richmond, Virginia, this regional system is part of the national system, Bon Secours Health System, Inc. BSR operates three hospitals and will open its fourth hospital, St. Francis Medical Center, in the fall of 2005. In addition, BSR operates two senior living facilities, two medical parks, dozens of outpatient services locations, a school of nursing, and a medical imaging school. All facilities combined encompasses more than 5,000 employees, has budgeted gross revenues of $1.85 billion, and budgeted net revenues of $596 million. BSR has current operating margins greater than 15 percent. The Vice President of Cardiology Services will oversee all day-to day cardiology activities in three (soon to be four) hospitals, build alliances with area surgeons to increase BSR’s market share, and set the strategic goals for cardiology services. The candidate will also provide tactical direction of cardiology services now, and into the future, and will be relentless in pulling together the key constituents (cardiologist, cardiac surgeons, BSR hospital executives, clinical and service leaders, BSR CEO) to build a unified, systematic and highly successful cardiology service line for Bon Secours Richmond. The successful candidate will have significant experience in leading cardiology services in a complex multi-hospital/multi-entity environment with a proven track record of growing open heart and other related surgical volumes and market share, and related services, profitably. This position requires an individual with strong oral and written communication skills. We are looking for someone well grounded in marketing, financial forecasting and business plan development. A master’s degree in nursing, business, and/or health administration is required. A clinical background is preferred.

Inquiries, applications and nominations should be directed, preferably by e-mail to Shella Abe at [email protected]  or by phone at 630/575-6101, or Antoinette L. (Toni) Farley by e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at 630/575-6182.

Executive Director of the Cardiovascular Service Line The Heart Center at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in South Bend, Indiana South Bend, IN

Posted May 20, 2005

The Heart Center at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, in South Bend Indiana is searching for an experienced Executive Director of the Cardiovascular Service Line. a successful heart program locater in South Bend, Indiana. The St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center is seeking an experienced, director who is motivated to lead the continued growth of their program. This person will have responsibility of leading 11 departments and over 100 employees with an operating budget of $28 million. Job functions include the overall administration of the service line; resource management; marketing; planning and budgeting; and maintaining competitiveness in the primary and secondary markets. This is an outstanding opportunity for a hospital administrator with five to 10 years of experience in service development, service line management, or marketing. Experience should include the translation of market data into profitable services and the analysis of financial issues. A Master’s Degree (MBA or Healthcare Administration) is required. A very competitive salary and benefits package accompanies this position.

Send resumes to Corazon Consulting Mary Morrison 5000 McKnight Road, Suite 300 Pittsburgh, PA 15237 Phone: 412-364-8200 Fax: 412-364-8201

Email: [email protected]

Executive Director of the Cardiovascular Institute St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Towson, MD

Posted May 20, 2005

St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, Towson Maryland, is recruiting an experienced Executive Director of the Cardiovascular Institute, a successful tertiary program located in Towson, Maryland. The St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center is seeking an experienced, dynamic leader, motivated by the opportunity to lead the continued growth of their busy program. This position will have responsibility for overall administrative leadership for the development of clinical programs; operations; performance improvement; financial performance; patient, physician, and employee satisfaction; growth; and strategic plan development and execution for the Cardiac Institute at St. Joseph Medical Center. This is an outstanding opportunity for a hospital director with a minimum of five years of experience in a director level leadership role, and a demonstrated track record in service line management. A Master’s Degree (MBA or Healthcare Administration) is required. A very competitive salary and benefits package accompanies this position. Corazon is pleased to have the privilege of representing St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in its search for the Executive Director of the Cardiovascular Institute.

Send resumes to Corazon Consulting Mary Morrison 5000 McKnight Road, Suite 300 Pittsburgh, PA 15237 Phone: 412-364-8200 Fax: 412-364-8201

Email: [email protected]

Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center Lifespan Providence, RI

Posted May 20, 2005

Lifespan, one of New England’s largest health care systems, offers very competitive salaries and an attractive flexible benefits package. Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center will manage development of the CCC Strategic Business Plan and develops corresponding capital and operational budgets. Directs center operations through a practice management team consisting of office and/or clinical managers at the Rhode Island and the Miriam hospitals and at Newport Hospital as appropriate. Manage all non-physician human resources activities, information and communication services, and program designed to enhance and coordinate patient and physician interactions. Ensures that all services are invoiced and appropriately reimbursed including the constant monitoring of reimbursement practices and the ambulatory oncology charge master. Bachelor’s degree with business/financial emphasis required/Masters in business or healthcare administration preferred. At least seven years progressively more responsible experience in health care administration, five of which should represent executive management experience in an oncology physician clinical practice. Current, thorough knowledge of outpatient physician practices, including appointment scheduling, billing, collections, computerized systems and patient flow techniques. Strong organizational and communication skills required. Experience within a plan driven organization. Demonstrated ability in finance and oncology reimbursement management. Record of growing oncology practice(s).

Please apply on line at www.lifespancareers.org  AA/EOE.

Patient Care Manager Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin – Fox Valley Neenah, WI

Posted May 18, 2005

We are the regional connection to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, one of the nations’ premier pediatric hospitals. Operating as a “hospital within a hospital”, we provide comprehensive health care to children. We provide expertise as a community and regional resource to advocate the well-being of children.

The position manages our NICU and pediatric inpatient units located in Fox Valley. Manages patient care delivery, fiscal administration and resources through the development of systems, staff, and processes to provide quality care. Supervises clinical, technical, support and supervisory staff. Acts as liaison with departments within Theda Clark Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin (CHW) main campus. Markets and promotes services provided by CHW-FV and CHW.

Requirements:

  • WI RN license
  • A BSN
  • Master’s Degree in Nursing, Business or Health Care Administration or related field. Consideration will be given for nearing completion of Master’s degree.
  • Three plus years clinical experience in NICU or pediatric inpatient setting. Supervisory experience preferred.
  • Critical thinking and problem solving for complex issues.E
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to interact effectively with patients, families, physicians, hospital staff and community.
  • Must be able to assume 24-hour accountability.
  • Knowledge of quality improvement.
  • Computer literacy.

Apply online at www.chw.org, or call Kelli Effinger at 414-266-1537.

Executive Director AMSUS Bethesda, MD 

Posted May 4, 2005

The Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS) is seeking an executive director with proven leadership skills. AMSUS (http://www.amsus.org) is the society of federal health agencies whose nearly 10,000 members include health care professionals in the Army, Navy, and Air Force, including National Guard and Reserve; the U.S. Public Health Service; and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Applicants should have substantial experience in federal medicine at the senior management and possess demonstrated executive leadership skills.

Applicants should submit cover letter and resume including references to: AMSUS 9320 Old Georgetown Road Bethesda, MD  20814

Attn: Executive Director

Manager Cardiology Services Saint Anthony’s Health Center Alton, IL

Posted May 4, 2005

Saint Anthony’s Health Center, Alton, IL., a two-campus, 229-bed acute care facility is seeking an experienced Cardiology Manager to join our health care team. The successful candidate must possess an IL. RN license, with interventional cardiology experience and strong managerial and leadership skills. Master’s degree preferred. Saint Anthony’s fosters a climate that enhances the empowerment of those who serve us in faithful stewardship of human and financial resources. We offer a competitive salary and benefit program. EOE For more information about us visit our web-site at www.sahc.org

Fax resume: 618-474-6461.
E-mail: [email protected] Mail: Saint Anthony’s Health Center #1 St. Anthony’s Way P.O. Box 340

Alton, IL. 62002-0340