Service Line Administrator – Cardiovascular Services Chesapeake General Hospital Chesapeake, VA Posted March 22, 2006 The Service Line Administrator for Cardiovascular Services will report to the Vice President of Clinical Operations. Similar to the other five Service Line Administrators, he/she will be responsible for the development and implementation of strategic initiatives to expand and maximize the effectiveness of their Service Line at Chesapeake General Hospital. The primary goal of this new position is to grow the business while creating a smooth, efficient and satisfying experience for patients, employees and physicians associated with the Service Line. The Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator will have direct supervision of the Cardiac Cath Lab Supervisor, the Non-Invasive Cardiology Dept Supervisor and the Peripheral Vascular Lab Chief Technologist. There is a dotted-line relationship to the Coordinator, Cardiac Rehab Program. Indirect supervision responsibilities include all job descriptions within the Cardiac Cath Lab, the Non-Invasive Cardiology Dept and the Non-Invasive Peripheral Vascular Lab.

A Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field required. Masters in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field preferred. A minimum of 4 years management experience in a diagnostic or therapeutic field related to cardiovascular services is also required. Applicants should exhibit a solid background in basic management principles and practices including: medical staff relations, marketing, health planning, finance and construction project management.

Contact Information:   Dominic Ubamadu   Desir Group Executive Search   Suite 520-340   Atlanta, GA 30326

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Director of Cardiac Services WellStar Health System Marietta, GA

Posted March 17, 2006

Reporting to the Executive Director of Cardiac Services, the Director is responsible for ensuring that standards, policies, and procedures for the delivery of age appropriate and culturally aware nursing care are consistently and safely executed. Responsibilities include achieving quality outcomes and customer satisfaction in a fiscally responsible manner. Collaborates with other system leadership and medical staff. Other responsibilities include assimilation, analysis and communication of data. The Director creates and maintains and environment for nursing leadership which enables the system to fulfill its missions and goals.

Requisite experience includes supervision in a cath lab that includes interventional services. The Director will oversee patient flow process out to the nursing units and serve as an expert to nursing units providing care for these cardiac patients. Candidates must have a BSN from an accredited school of nursing; a Masters degree in Nursing, Health or Business Administration of related field is preferred. Must have 5 years management/supervisory experience and 3 years minimum cath lab management/supervisory experience.

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Vice President Kennedy Health System Cherry Hill, NJ

Posted March 17, 2006

The Kennedy Health System is an integrated healthcare delivery system providing a full continuum of healthcare services, ranging from acute-care hospitals to a broad spectrum of outpatient and wellness programs. A multi-site healthcare provider, Kennedy serves the residents of Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties and has three hospital campuses: Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township. The three hospitals have a total of 614 beds. Kennedy is seeking two Vice Presidents, one for the Cherry Hill and Stratford campuses and one for the Washington Township campus. The VP serves as the campus executive director responsible for ensuring the efficient running of hospital site operations. This includes all aspects of the Hospital campus, but is not limited to: providing comprehensive administrative support, leadership and direction for all clinical, ancillary and support operations, members of the medical staff, etc.

Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration is preferred or equivalent degree and/or experience is required. Ten years of progressively responsible hospital related experience with at least five years of experience in upper management/senior administrative position. Demonstrated leadership skills; strategic and tactical planning experience.