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Virtua Medical Group, in Marlton, New Jersey, has retained Witt/Kieffer to assist in the recruitment of a Vice President of Operations. The Vice President of Operations will build on already established successes to align the organization’s vision and strategic goals. This is an outstanding leadership opportunity for an experienced, dynamic, multi-specialty physician practice executive to work in an integrated, market-leading health system.

Virtua Medical Group (VMG) is an affiliate of Virtua, which provides patient-centered healthcare services to customers in Burlington and Camden counties through programs in excellence in women’s health, children’s health, cancer/oncology, cardiovascular health, neuroscience, orthopedics, surgery and wellness. Virtua consists of four acute care hospitals: Virtua Memorial, Virtua Berlin, Virtual Marlton and Virtua Voorhees; several outpatient and ambulatory surgical centers; and state-of-the-art rehabilitation, fitness and health education facilities. VMG is made up of approximately 200 physicians providing care across a wide range of clinical specialties. The Virtua Medical Group team strives to integrate professional, dedicated and friendly services to guide patients and ensure the health of the communities it serves. For more information please visit www.virtua.org .

The Vice President (VP) of Operations, will report to the Chief Operations Officer of Virtua Medical Group, and work collaboratively with senior members of the VMG management team to facilitate growth and further development of the practice. The VP of Operations will be responsible for day-to-day business operations including planning, integration, financial affairs, information technology and quality. Through developing physician relationships the VP will lead initiatives aimed at strengthening market presence, integrating services and practice sites and developing motivated, high-performing teams.

The ideal candidate will be an interpersonal, proactive leader skilled in driving successful operational integration and building collaborative relationships. He/She should have a proven track record in leading integrated teams and achieving consensus through organizational changes. A Master’s degree in health or business administration and at least ten years progressive leadership experience in physician practice management in a highly competitive market is required.

Confidential nominations and inquiries should be directed to Rachel Polhemus, Executive Search Consultant, at 301-654-5070; [email protected]; 7201 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 775, Bethesda, MD 20814.