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Director of Cardiovascular Services Baylor Medical Center at Grapevine Grapevine, TX

Posted April 25, 2011


The Director of Cardiovascular Services of The Heart Hospital is responsible for the overall administrative leadership of the cardiovascular service line at Baylor Grapevine. The Director will develop and implement unit and service line goals, including the quality plan to improve overall performance. The position is responsible for the management of the service line budgets, financial outcomes, and resource use in collaboration with the administrative team at The Heart Hospital and Baylor Grapevine. The Director is responsible for holding the cardiovascular service line accountable for standards of patient care and performance and implementation of service excellence within the service line. This position acts as a liaison between cardiovascular services and the medical staff and has oversight of clinical and non-clinical personnel. We are looking for a strong cardiovascular leader to oversee clinical, and operational as well as program growth.

Candidates must have a BSN or a related healthcare or business degree at the Bachelor level, a Master’s degree and a minimum of five years of cardiovascular services experience. Previous director-level experience and demonstrated experience in cardiovascular service line growth through progressive responsibility are required.

Baylor Benefits
At Baylor, you’ll enjoy a competitive benefits package that includes:

  • Immediate eligibility for health and welfare benefits
  • 401(k) savings plan with dollar-for-dollar match up to 5%
  • Flexible schedules
  • Employee Assistance Program

Join Baylor
Explore a system of rewards and unmatched opportunities with health care’s brightest minds.


Apply online at www.baylorhealth.com/careers or contact Rose Coker at [email protected] or 214-820-6942.

Manager, Interventional Cardiology Virginia Mason Medical Center Seattle, WA

Posted April 13, 2011

This position is responsible for day to day operations in both Cath labs and EP labs. Will interface with Procedural Care Unit, Critical Care Unit, Telemetry Units and Emergency Department. This position requires extensive clinical experience in cardiovascular care, preferably with Cath Lab and EP Lab experience. Understanding of patient care pathways in both lab settings, familiarity with equipment, supplies and imaging software needed.

* Performs all aspects of human resource management, including recruitment and retention.

* Develops and implements department specific customer service, human resource, and financial goals and objectives consistent with VMMC strategic plan and goals.

* Promotes and nurtures teambuilding and career growth to maximize productivity and job satisfaction.

* Manages, develops and monitors the operating and capital budget.

* Manages and facilitates research and development projects with outside vendors and companies.

* Plans and organizes staff and facilities to meet customer needs.

* Provides leadership and training on all new technologies for professional staff, residents and physicians.

Requires Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with registration with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists as an R.T. 5 years of Diagnostic Radiology with extensive knowledge in radiology techniques, processes, quality control and radiation safety required; 3 years experience, which includes management, supervision and budgeting, also required.


Master’s degree in nursing, healthcare or business administration or current enrollment in a program required. Licensure as a Registered Nurse in WA and 5 years acute care nursing experience, including three years increasingly responsible management experience required; extensive relevant clinical and business knowledge, which may include appropriate certifications; and an understanding of budgets and planning.

We offer you not only a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package including relocation assistance.

For more information or to apply online, visit our website at www.VirginiaMason.org. EOE.

Director of Heart, Lung & Vascular Services UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX

Posted April 13, 2011

Position Description: Join us at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, as Director of Heart, Lung & Vascular Services. We’ve been named the #1 hospital in the Dallas/Fort Worth area by U.S. News & World Report, ranking nationally in 6 adult specialties and rated high performing in pulmonology, heart and heart surgery.

As our Director of Heart, Lung & Vascular Services, you will provide leadership for all cardiopulmonary and vascular services at University Hospital at St. Paul & University Hospital at Zale Lipshy. You will oversee fiscal, technical and patient care activities of our cardiovascular invasive diagnostic and interventional radiology suites, non-invasive cardiac testing, CVICU and cardiovascular inpatient units to ensure efficient operations.

Position Requirements:
Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Requires BA/BSN, 7-10 years management experience in Cardiopulmonary and Vascular Services and current TX RN license. Master’s degree and ICU and/or Cath Lab experience preferred.

Company Overview:
As one of the world’s leading teaching facilities, we embrace innovation, share ideas and advance the world of medicine with new approaches. If you want to collaborate with a team that practices multidisciplinary thinking across a broad range of medical disciplines, you’ll feel at home at UT Southwestern. We offer competitive wages and State of Texas benefits that begin the first day of employment.

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply online at http://utsouthwestern.edu/careers. Administrative Director – Pain Medicine UCSF Medical Center San Francisco, CA

Posted April 6, 2011


What will you discover today?

At UCSF Medical Center, our advanced medical technologies and renowned practitioners are what make us a premier academic medical center. Top ranking by U.S. News & World Report as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” affirms our collaborative focus on patient centered care.

Administrative Director – Pain Medicine Full Time, Pain Management Service Line

Job ID 1701

In this position, you will have service line responsibility for the Pain management Service Line as well as operational and financial management responsibilities for professional revenues of the Pain Management Center and all associated pain services provided by Dept of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care faculty.

Requires Master’s degree in business, health care administration or related field, experience in the areas of strategic planning, financial management, program development, quality improvement, facilities management and project management, and significant knowledge of applicable federal and state laws and regulations relating to the healthcare industry. Previous experiences (5+ years) working with a physician group practice managing through influence and collaboration, supervisory experience, experience managing human resource issues (particularly change management and union/labor relations), and leadership experience in pain management clinical care.

We offer competitive compensation along with exceptional benefits, many of which begin on your first day of employment, including: medical/dental/vision insurance.
Contact Information of the job being posted: To apply, please visit www.ucsfhealth.org and search Job ID 1701.
Questions? Please call or email Maritess Hochderffer at: 415-353-4687, [email protected] EOE

Where? Only here. Who? Only you.

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