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Oncology Service Line Director Chesapeake Regional Medical Center Chesapeake, VA

Posted July 29, 2010

Chesapeake Regional Medical Center brings a broad range of care to the people of southeast Virginia and northeast North Carolina. The hospital is 310-bed, local, independent, community-focused organization offering area residents high-quality healthcare delivered by people who openly display their caring, concern and compassion.


The Oncology Service Line Director is responsible for the development and implementation of strategic initiatives to expand and maximize the effectiveness of the CRMC Oncology Program. The primary goal of this position is to create a smooth, efficient and satisfying experience for patients, employees and physicians.


  • a BS degree in Business Administration or related field required;
  • a Masters in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field preferred.


  • a minimum of four years management experience in a diagnostic or therapeutic related field;
  • exhibits a solid background in basic management principles and practices including medical staff relationships, marketing, health planning, finance, construction project management, communications and interpersonal relationships and ancillary health agencies at a local, state and national level;
  • must possess good leadership, project management and customer service and teamwork skills;
  • must exhibit courteous communication skills, exercising good judgment in performance of job duties.

Please send resume to Davy Collet – [email protected]

Director, Invasive & Non-Invasive Cardiology Mission Memorial Hospital Ashville, NC

Posted July 27, 2010

Mission Hospital is the regional referral center for Western North Carolina and the adjoining region and is accredited by The Joint Commission, not-for-profit, independent community hospital system based in Asheville, NC is seeking a Director of Invasive & Non-Invasive Cardiology. He or she will oversee 5 state-of-the-art cardiac cath labs and 2 dedicated EP labs as well as with direct oversight for the non-invasive departments.

The Director of Invasive & Non-Invasive Cardiology has responsibility for providing direction and leadership for diagnostic and therapeutic cardiology patient services. The Director through his/her management team designs the product, identifies the resources to ensure product quality and safety, articulates standards of performance and monitors activity against those standards, and maximizes profitability and efficiency.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, healthcare or other related field or experience as a Radiologic/Cardiovascular Technician is required, with a Master’s Degree in one of those disciplines preferred. Nursing candidates will be required to obtain an unrestricted license as a Registered Nurse in the State of North Carolina, as a condition of employment.

The Hospital offers a wide range of employee benefits that give you the opportunity to care for yourself and your family. A very competitive salary and benefits package, including relocation assistance, accompanies this offer.

Contact Kevin Miracle at 412-364-8200 or [email protected]

Director, Cardiology Service Line Truman Medical Centers, Inc. Kansas City, MO

Posted July 22, 2010

The Senior Director is responsible for the Cardiology Service Line at Truman Medical Centers. This role oversees administrative, fiscal and clinical operations; ensures program quality, customer and physician satisfaction; directs program marketing and business development, community outreach, fund raising and financial/strategic planning. In conjunction with the Chief of Cardiology, this role acts as the Chairperson of the multidisciplinary Cardiovascular Steering Committee. The Senior Director will work closely with physician groups and clinics (Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, and Vascular), directors and staff of non-invasive cardiac diagnostic services, invasive cardiovascular diagnostic and treatments; cardiovascular surgery, cardiovascular laboratory services, chest pain services, Emergency Department services, facility-based ancillary services, regional business development, marketing services, and information technology.


  • MSN, MHA, MBA or equivalency.
  • Five to seven years experience in hospital administration; Three to five years experience as senior cardiovascular service line director. Practical experience with budgeting, strategic planning, marketing plan development and implementation as well as fundraising.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills required. Must have the ability to read and interpret documents such as managed care contracts, business and marketing plans, financial documents, safety documents, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Must be able to write routine reports and correspondence and interpret statistical data.
  • Must be able to interact with others in a positive, effective, courteous and professional manner. Must demonstrate good leadership and supervision skills. Must have the ability to work under pressure and stay calm in all circumstances. Must be consistent in following policies and procedures. Must be able to handle difficult situations and frequent interruptions. Multi-tasking and good organization skills are required.
  • Must have the ability to prioritize and make decisions quickly. Must be able to grasp and analyze situations quickly and make appropriate decisions. Must be detailed oriented, analytical, extremely organized and have the ability to multi-task. Must be able to speak effectively before large or small groups of employees, administration, patients and other internal or external entities.

Contact Ammy Washington

Director, Cardiovascular & Neurosciences Service Lines Corazon, Inc.

Posted July 15, 2010

Corazon is in search of a Director of the Cardiovascular and Neuroscience Service Lines who is looking for an exciting and rewarding career, and the challenge to help build and expand the cardiovascular and neuro service lines.

Facility and area:

•For profit hospital partnered with a large healthcare system for stability •Brand new facility to open mid-2011 •New tower will have 160 plus beds and private patient rooms •180 open hearts a year •Building a new hybrid OR •The town was ranked for the sixth year in a row on Forbes list of “Best Small Places for Business and Careers •Four-season climate where clear, sunny and dry is the norm

•Cost of living is the 2nd lowest in the country

What we are looking for in you:

Possess strong financial management and business skills. •More business/administrative minded thinking skills •Professional experience in Cardiovascular/Neuroscience product line administration including in-depth knowledge of clinical services, Cardiovascular/Neuroscience programs and technologies. •Experience in analyzing competitive healthcare environment and developing and implementing strategic recommendations for improved market share in a dynamic industry.

•Possess progressive academic training and experiences.


•Relocation/moving expenses covered up to a certain dollar amount •Full health insurance •Three weeks vacation plus holidays to start •Sign-on bonus plus possible additional bonuses throughout the year

•Temporary housing •401K with 100% match up to 3% after 90 days


•Master’s Degree in health administration or a related business field •Minimum of five years experience in developing, overseeing or interacting with physician groups, product lines, managed care and/or business development activities, in a large, complex, medical environment.
•Solid clinical operations knowledge required with previous clinical training preferred.

Contact Information of the job being posted: Steve Craft Recruiter Corazon, Inc.

Please email resumes and/or contact me at:
[email protected]

Senior Administrator, Cancer Center Pitt County Memorial Hospital Greenville, NC 27835

Posted July 15, 2010

Pitt County Memorial Hospital is an 861-bed Level I Trauma Center, regional referral hospital and is the flagship hospital for University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina. We serve as the teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at ECU. PCMH provides acute, intermediate, rehabilitation and outpatient services to more than 1.3 million people in 29 counties.

Pitt County Memorial Hospital and East Carolina University are combining their resources in a new joint venture. As a result, an exciting opportunity for a Cancer Center Senior Administrator to develop a program is now available.

The Senior Administrator will be responsible for program management, quality assessment and improvement, regulatory agency compliance, financial management, human resources management, collaboration with customers regarding clinical, research and educational activities, outreach, clinical research and professional development. In addition, the Senior Administrator will serve as a consultant for the assessment, development and implementation of administrative services and programs and serve as an administrative liaison with medical staff.

Requirements include a Master’s degree in Nursing, Business, Health Administration or a related Healthcare field and a minimum of five years of experience in clinical, managerial or administrative roles, preferably in an academic medical center. Prior cancer center administrative experience to include involvement in budgetary process, personnel management, strategic planning, marketing, fundraising and accreditation is preferred.

In addition to an excellent compensation package, superb opportunities for professional growth and a generous relocation package, Pitt County Memorial Hospital offers all the benefits of Greenville, NC. The low cost of living is matched by a high quality of life in this progressive community in the sunny south, located only a short drive from Carolina’s magnificent seashore.

For immediate consideration, please visit www.pcmhcareers.com to submit an online application or resume. For more information on how to apply, please call: 800-346-4307. We are diverse talents brought together by a common dedication: EOE.

It all comes together @ www.uhseastcareers.com.

Service Line Administrator – Cardiovascular University of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson, Ms

Posted July 6, 2010

Minimum Job Requirements

Bachelor’s degree required preferably in hospital or business administration. A Master’s degree in hospital administration, public health administration, or business administration, or related field preferred and four (4) years healthcare management experience preferably in cardiovascular.

The successful candidate will guide the strategic direction of a comprehensive cardiovascular program through collaborative efforts with sixteen Cardiologists, four Cardiothoracic Surgeons, and four Vascular Surgeons.  Responsible for: market positioning, oversight and orchestration of business strategy development, growth, and profitability of the product line; championing the implementation of a strategic plan; developing and expanding a major program toward broader service and positive clinical outcomes.

Please refer to requisition # 54633 when applying.  Employment office – 601-815-5153

UMMC offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and career growth opportunities in a rewarding, learning environment.  EOE M/F/D/V

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