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University of Washington Medical Center
Administrator

Reference: PL15450
Department: General Surgery
Location:Seattle, Washington

Bring your professional management skills to one of the most exciting and challenging careers in medicine. Join us at the only designated Academic Medical Center in the five-state area.  Contribute your financial, administrative, and human resource management skills to this exciting and challenging environment.  Responsibilities involve financial planning and management, budget development, grant management, facilities management, and other administrative functions. This position reports to the Chief of General Surgery and the Director of the Department of Surgery.

The Essential Job Functions Include the Following:

  • Serves as business manager and senior administrative support representative for the General Surgery program at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC).
  • Establishes financial management polices; prepares financial reporting to the Chief; monitors budgets, develops and supports budget proposals.
  • Administers and monitors the General Surgery fellow and fellow resident program; ensures compliance with national requirements.
  • Manages human resources functions.
  • Coordinates the preparation and submission of research grants and contract proposals.
  • Oversees the development of a database to monitor the clinical activities of the division.

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Health Care Administration or related field and five years of experience; OR equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements: Management experience; working knowledge of physician billing and practice management; demonstrated experience in business planning, financial analysis and strategic planning; excellent leadership and communication skills; ability to maintain harmonious working relationships; ability to effectively address complex and sensitive administrative issues; experience in performing sophisticated financial analysis using personal computer software; understanding of hospital and ambulatory care administration.

Desirable: Master’s Degree and management level experience in a surgical practice, academic medical center, or hospital environment.

How to Apply:

Submit a resume and cover letter for reference #  PL15450 to:

University Of Washington Health Sciences Human Resources Maria Woods, Employment Specialist Box 357250

Seattle, WA 98195

For more details, please visit our website at www.washington.edu/uwjobs , reference # PL15450, under “staff “ positions.

UW is an EO/AA Employer

The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, recognized as one of the top two cancer centers in the country by U.S. News & World Report and recipient of the ANCC Magnet Award, has exciting career opportunities for:

Clinical Administrator Director
Hematology Ambulatory Treatment Center
and

Clinical Administrator Director
Solid Tumor Ambulatory Treatment Center

Each position offers highly rewarding and challenging opportunities for leadership in the field of nursing administration. You’ll be responsible for the oversight of patient care operations including human resources and financial management, performance improvement, strategic planning and clinical patient care coordination. In this leadership role, you will also develop and maintain nursing practice standards for our institution.

The Ambulatory Treatment Centers currently provide services to approximately 6,000 patients per month. The inpatient and outpatient facilities continue to expand and ground has already been broken for construction of the new ATC 600,000 square foot building.

Each successful candidate will have a Master’s degree in Nursing, Business Administration or Healthcare Administration; and 8 years’ clinical experience, including 2 years of highly responsible experience managing direct patient care activities.

Join a team that is a world leader in cancer research, patient care, education and prevention. In return for your expertise, we offer highly competitive salaries, great benefits and numerous opportunities for career advancement. To apply or for more information, contact in confidence:  Kim H. Brown  (713)745-4386 or [email protected];  or mail to: UT M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, 1515 Holcombe, Attn: Human Resources, Kim H. Brown, Box 220, Houston, TX 77030.

 EEOC/Smoke-free environment.

CHF Clinical Director American Healthways, Inc. Nashville, TN

Posted: December 5, 2001

CHF Clinical Director

American Healthways, Inc., based in Nashville, TN, is the nation’s leading provider of specialized, care enhancement services designed to improve the quality of life and lower the costs of healthcare for people with one or more chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cardiac, or respiratory disease. Our exponential growth has created an excellent opportunity at the corporate office in Nashville for an individual with significant CHF clinical experience to support American Healthways’ CHF disease management program.

This position provides clinical guidance and direction on the CHF product components and interventions based on scientific research and evidenced-based guidelines. Participates in quality audits of the CHF product performance and is responsible for developing training materials and for facilitating CHF training for call center nurses. Interacts with AMHC’s medical leadership committees and provides corporate level clinical expertise and consultation to AMHC customers.

Qualifications

RN/BSN with Masters degree. Current professional registration or licensure required. A minimum of 4 years of previous CHF experience at an advanced level of practice required. Experience in business environment beneficial. Prior clinical teaching experience beneficial. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills with past presentation experience. Moderate air travel required.

AMHC offers colleagues:

  • excellent salary and benefits packages, including 401K, stock options, bonus potential, tuition reimbursement, flexible spending accounts and medical/dental plans 
  • a nationwide network of colleagues 
  • an energizing environment where your efforts are recognized and rewarded

Relocation may be covered.

For immediate consideration, fax or email your resume to: American Healthways, Inc.

Job Code CHFBH, by fax: (615) 665-7728 or by e-mail:  [email protected]healthways.com       EOE

Visit our website: www.americanhealthways.com for more info. and career opportunities.

Director Cancer Center Tulane University Hospital and Clinic

New Orleans, LA

Tulane University Hospital and Clinic is one of New Orleans’ most comprehensive healthcare facilities. The 300-bed hospital serves the private patients of the Tulane University Medical Group and offers the latest in diagnostic and treatment facilities. The university hospital provides inpatient and outpatient hospital services and is a site for numerous postgraduate medical education programs and specialized applied research projects. The hospital and clinic are also actively engaged in community education, health promotion and managed-care delivery systems. The medical services offered by Tulane’s hospital and clinics are extensive, encompassing a wide range of specialty departments working to provide the highest level of healthcare available in Louisiana.

Qualifications:
The successful candidate for Director will have an advanced degree in healthcare or business administration and a minimum 5 years experience in the management of a significant Oncology center or large Oncology practice, preferably in an academic setting. Must have a strong background in financial management, physician relations, staff development, business development, regulatory compliance and accreditation.

Description:
The Tulane Cancer Center opened the doors of its new facility in September of 1997. Providing a multidisciplinary approach that coordinates the entire range of cancer care disciplines into one convenient location, this Center of Excellence eliminates the need for patients to travel from one specialist to another. Services include a state-of-the-art radiation therapy unit, as well as a minor surgery suite, an infusion suite, a laboratory, a pharmacy, a patient resource library, and counseling services. The Tulane Cancer Center’s Clinical Research Office offers close to 200 research protocols. The team of expert physicians, scientists, nurses, educators, and other professionals share the goal of improving the health of the center’s patients, and ultimately the prevention and cure of cancer. EOE

Send resume to:

Al Joyner, President  
Albert A. Joyner & Associates, Inc.
Healthcare Executive Search
Email:  [email protected]
Fax:  (770) 518-7059
Address:  #566, 2880 Holcomb Bridge Road – B-9
Alpharetta, GA  30022
Phone:  (770) 643-8557  

Director Patient Care, Cardiovascular Services Tulane University Hospital and Clinic

New Orleans, LA

Tulane University Hospital and Clinic is one of New Orleans’ most comprehensive healthcare facilities. The 300-bed hospital serves the private patients of the Tulane University Medical Group and offers the latest in diagnostic and treatment facilities. The university hospital provides inpatient and outpatient hospital services and is a site for numerous postgraduate medical education programs and specialized applied research projects. The hospital and clinic are also actively engaged in community education, health promotion and managed-care delivery systems. The medical services offered by Tulane’s hospital and clinics are extensive, encompassing a wide range of specialty departments working to provide the highest level of healthcare available in Louisiana.

Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree and 5-7 years progressive hospital management experience.  Masters preferred. Academic hospital experience strongly preferred.
 
Description:
Reporting to the Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer, the Director provides leadership, operational oversight, strategic planning and development for the Tulane University Hospital and Clinic’s Cardiovascular Center of Excellence. Cardiovascular management responsibilities include: Cath Lab, Cardiovascular Recovery, Cardiology Clinic, Non-invasive Cardiology, and Heart Transplant. Oversight of major facility expansion in Cath Lab, CardiacImaging and Cardiovascular Recovery, coordination of research initiatives, strategic planning, budget development, and implementation of hospital and service line goals are also within their area of responsibility. Manages 5 direct reports, 60 FTE’s, 4,000 annual cath procedures. EOE

Send resume to:

Jayne Joyner Albert A. Joyner & Associates, Inc. Healthcare Executive Search Email: [email protected] Fax: (770) 518-7059 Address: #566, 2880 Holcomb Bridge Road – B-9

Alpharetta, GA  30022

Phone: (770) 643-8557

Director of Nursing Specialty – Transplant Services and Clinics  

Seton Healthcare Network

Austin, Texas

Seton Healthcare Network, Austin, Texas is seeking an accomplished leader for our Transplant (Heart and Kidney) Program and related clinics (CHF, Coumadin and Pacemaker) 

The Department Director is responsible for the leadership of clinical services, budgetary responsibility, and quality management and is liaison between staff, administration and medical staff.

Strong knowledge and consideration to research protocols and related ethical considerations are necessary.  Close working relationships with medical directors for transplant, cardiology, nephrology and ventricular assist devices is essential.

Qualified candidates will have a Texas RN license, transplant experience and five years of related leadership experience.  A master’s degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration or Business preferred.

Contact:

  Gillian Sloan Employment Manager Seton Healthcare Network Address: 1201 W 38th Street Austin, TX  78705-1056 Tel:  512- 324-3173 Fax  512- 324-1847

E-mail: [email protected]

*About The Seton Healthcare Network & The Seton Cardiovascular Program

SETON was built in 1902 in response to a community request of the Daughters of Charity. This 40-bed SETON Infirmary would eventually lead to the development of the SETON Healthcare Network, an organization of 6 hospitals, as well as surgery centers and clinics serving a 13 county primary service area in beautiful Central Texas.  The Network includes the areas only trauma center and only children’s hospital.  In November 1999, the Daughters of Charity National Health System merged with the Sisters of St. Joseph Health System forming Ascension Health, the largest not for profit healthcare system in the United States. 

SETON began providing cardiac surgical services 1970s and established the Seton Heart Center, as a center of excellence for cardiac care in the 1980s.  SETON offers a full continuum of care from prevention, diagnosis and treatment to follow-up support such as education, rehabilitation and case management.  Specialty areas of support include Transplant, Coumadin Clinic, Pacemaker/ICD Clinic, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Congestive Heart Failure Clinic, and Chest Pain Program. 

SETON has the only heart transplant center in Central Texas, providing hearts for more than 200 people since its creation more than a decade ago. Our Cardiothoracic surgeons have specialty training in heart transplantation and VAD utilization. They work collaboratively with our transplant team, which includes nurse coordinators, social workers, dietitian, psychologist and financial counselors.  Each member of team has special knowledge to help the patient through all stages of transplant including evaluation, recovery and the long-term follow-up process. Cardiologists have extensive experience in the management of patients with congestive heart failure as well as the management of immunosuppression following transplant surgery.  Members of the transplant team are confident that their experience, patient outcomes and cost-effective care speak volumes about the superb quality of the program.  

Invasive Cardiology/Electrophysiology Manager   Seton Healthcare Network

Austin, Texas  

Excellent leadership opportunity in a dynamic invasive cardiology program.  Four cath/electrophysiology labs: peripheral vascular, interventional cardiology, electrophysiology and implants.  Advanced care technologies include brachytherapy, distal protection devices and advanced cardiac mapping systems.  Responsible for coordinating service operations for cath/electrophysiology required.

Qualified candidates will have a Texas RN license, or national registry with the American Registry of

Radiological Technologists (AART) and certification as a Cardiovascular Invasive Technologists.  Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.  Prior leadership responsibilities in invasive cardiology required.

Contact:  Elizabeth Myers Employment Recruiter Seton Healthcare Network Address: 1201 W 38th Street Austin, TX 78705-1056 Tel:  512 324 3012 Fax:  

E-mail: [email protected]

*About The Seton Healthcare Network & The Seton Cardiovascular Program

SETON was built in 1902 in response to a community request of the Daughters of Charity. This 40-bed SETON Infirmary would eventually lead to the development of the SETON Healthcare Network, an organization of 6 hospitals, as well as surgery centers and clinics serving a 13 county primary service area in beautiful Central Texas.  The Network includes the areas only trauma center and only children’s hospital.  In November 1999, the Daughters of Charity National Health System merged with the Sisters of St. Joseph Health System forming Ascension Health, the largest not for profit healthcare system in the United States. 

SETON began providing cardiac surgical services 1970s and established the Seton Heart Center, as a center of excellence for cardiac care in the 1980s.  SETON offers a full continuum of care from prevention, diagnosis and treatment to follow-up support such as education, rehabilitation and case management.  Specialty areas of support include Transplant, Coumadin Clinic, Pacemaker/ICD Clinic, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Congestive Heart Failure Clinic, and Chest Pain Program. 

SETON has the only heart transplant center in Central Texas, providing hearts for more than 200 people since its creation more than a decade ago. Our Cardiothoracic surgeons have specialty training in heart transplantation and VAD utilization. They work collaboratively with our transplant team, which includes nurse coordinators, social workers, dietitian, psychologist and financial counselors.  Each member of team has special knowledge to help the patient through all stages of transplant including evaluation, recovery and the long-term follow-up process. Cardiologists have extensive experience in the management of patients with congestive heart failure as well as the management of immunosuppression following transplant surgery.  Members of the transplant team are confident that their experience, patient outcomes and cost-effective care speak volumes about the superb quality of the program.