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Administrator Trinity Mother Francis – Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital Tyler, TX

Posted November 19, 2010

Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics (TMC), a fully integrated health system, seeks an Administrator for the Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital. Located in Tyler, TMC has been the leader in heart care in east Texas for the past two decades, and performed more than 13,000 open-heart surgeries. The Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital will begin construction in 2011. The total projected costs of the project are $25.4 million and will include 48,000 sqft of new construction and 8,000 square feet in shell space for future expansions. The hospital will be a free-standing building connected by a walkway to the acute care facility. The Administrator will provide leadership, vision, and direction for all activities of the heart hospital while providing exceptional quality, unparalleled patient service, and market growth in east Texas through the provision of its cath labs and heart hospital services.

Contact:

Paige Westhoff KORN/FERRY INTERNATIONAL 2101 Cedar Springs Road, Suite 1450 Dallas, TX 75201

[email protected]

214.665.3038 direct

Director of Administration – Neurology & Neurosciences UMDNJ – New Jersey Medical School Newark, NJ

Posted November 11, 2010

Director of Administration – Neurology and Neurosciences Dept.

UMDNJ – New Jersey Medical School is currently seeking a Director of Administration to direct all administrative and operational aspects of the Department of Neurology and Neurosciences.

You will be responsible for all fiscal functions of the Department inclusive of preparing/overseeing budgets, federal and foundation grants, statistics/financial reports, monitoring expenditures/revenues, and developing/overseeing measures and standards of cost control. In addition, you will be responsible for identifying/resolving administrative/operational problem areas, developing/maintaining key working relationships and for all administrative aspects of patient care provided at University Hospital as well as the Department’s Academic Program.

Qualified candidate will have a Master’s degree in Hospital Administration, Business Administration or a related field plus five years of experience in coordinating administrative and fiscal activities, expediting programs, assessing personnel and formulating policies in a health care environment. At least three years must be within a managerial capacity. Outstanding human relations and leadership skills, and the ability to function in a team environment required. Demonstrated knowledge is necessary of how to accomplish superior performance in a unionized environment. A strong background in health care finance is desirable. Additional related experience may be substituted for the degree on a year- for-year basis.

UMDNJ offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. For more detailed job descriptions and to apply on-line, please visit our website at www.umdnj.edu/hrweb. Reference Job #10NS990949. UMDNJ is an AA/EO Employer. To apply for this position, please copy and paste the following link into your browser address bar:

http://umdnj.contacthr.com/17745560

Executive Director, Women’s & Children’s Service Line Valley Health – Winchester Medical Center Winchester, VA

Posted November 9, 2010

The System  Valley Health is a not-for-profit organization serving the healthcare needs of people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland.  Valley Health was incorporated November 4, 1993 when Winchester Medical Center (WMC) and Warren Memorial Hospital (WMH), in Front Royal, partnered to serve the region. Headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, Valley Health now operates six hospitals: WMC, WMH, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital (SMH) in Woodstock, VA, Hampshire Memorial Hospital (HMH) in Romney, WV, and War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs, WV.  The System has a combined 551 licensed inpatient beds and 150 long-term care beds, and is supported by over 4,500 employees and a medical staff of nearly 500.

The Position  The Executive Director will serve as the driver of the women & children’s service line across Valley Health system in support of achieving the system’s mission, goals and objectives.  The Executive Director is accountable for planning, directing and coordinating all W/C initiatives that will result in service line growth, operational excellence, performance, improvement, cost effectiveness and high quality patient services.  The Executive Director will work in partnership with administrative, nursing and physician leadership to achieve regional network development and the coordination of care.  The position answers to the Vice President, Corporate Service Lines. The plans include a new Women and Children’s Tower to open January, 2011.

For more information contact:
Bart T. Bordelon
Vice President, Client Services

Magee Resource Group, LLC
920 Pierremont, Ste: 515

Shreveport, LA  71106
(318) 865 – 8411  Ext  121 & 106
(318) 861 – 3411  Fax
[email protected]
www.MageeResource.com
“Building the HEART of Hospitals”

Executive Director, Oncology Service Line Valley Health – Winchester Medical Center Winchester, VA

Posted November 19, 2010

The System  Valley Health is a not-for-profit organization serving the healthcare needs of people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland.  Valley Health was incorporated November 4, 1993 when Winchester Medical Center (WMC) and Warren Memorial Hospital (WMH), in Front Royal, partnered to serve the region. Headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, Valley Health now operates six hospitals: WMC, WMH, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital (SMH) in Woodstock, VA, Hampshire Memorial Hospital (HMH) in Romney, WV, and War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs, WV.  The System has a combined 551 licensed inpatient beds and 150 long-term care beds, and is supported by over 4,500 employees and a medical staff of nearly 500.

The Position  The Executive Director will serve as the driver of the Winchester Medical Center’s Cancer Program leading the Oncology service line across Valley Health system in support of achieving the system’s mission, goals and objectives.  The Executive Director is accountable for planning, directing and coordinating all oncology initiatives that will result in service line growth, operational excellence, cost effectiveness and high quality patient services.  The Executive Director will work in partnership with administrative and physician leadership to achieve regional network development and the coordination of care.

The Executive Director will direct management oversight to all areas associated with cancer services throughout Valley Health, and assist in the management of and assure coordination of other Valley Health departments to ensure a well coordinated and planned integrated operation of health care delivery services for the Winchester Medical Center’s Cancer Program.

For more information contact:
Bart T. Bordelon
Vice President, Client Services

Magee Resource Group, LLC
920 Pierremont, Ste: 515

Shreveport, LA  71106
(318) 865 – 8411  Ext  121 & 106
(318) 861 – 3411  Fax
[email protected]
www.MageeResource.com
“Building the HEART of Hospitals”

Executive Director, Neuroscience & Orthopedic Service Line Valley Health – Winchester Medical Center Winchester, VA

Posted November 9, 2010

The System  Valley Health is a not-for-profit organization serving the healthcare needs of people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland.  Valley Health was incorporated November 4, 1993 when Winchester Medical Center (WMC) and Warren Memorial Hospital (WMH), in Front Royal, partnered to serve the region. Headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, Valley Health now operates six hospitals: WMC, WMH, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital (SMH) in Woodstock, VA, Hampshire Memorial Hospital (HMH) in Romney, WV, and War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs, WV.  The System has a combined 551 licensed inpatient beds and 150 long-term care beds, and is supported by over 4,500 employees and a medical staff of nearly 500.
Valley Health has a strong orthopedic and neuroscience presence in the Northern Virginia area. They perform over 19,000 orthopedic procedures annually and have received a 5 Star HealthGrades rating and a Blue Distinction for Total Joints. Valley Health also has one of the five Comprehensive Stroke Centers in the state of Virginia and was rated as a Neuroscience Center of Excellence.

The Position  The Executive Director will serve as the driver of the neuroscience and orthopedic service lines across Valley Health system in support of achieving the system’s mission, goals and objectives.  The Executive Director is accountable for planning, directing and coordinating all ortho/neuro initiatives that will result in service line growth, operational excellence, performance, improvement, cost effectiveness and high quality patient services.  The Executive Director will work in partnership with administrative, nursing and physician leadership to achieve regional network development and the coordination of care.

The Executive Director will have direct management oversight over all areas associated with neuroscience and orthopedic services throughout Valley Health, and assist in the management of and assure coordination of other Valley Health departments to ensure a well coordinated and planned integrated operation of health care delivery services for the service lines.

For more information contact:

Stan Wallace Senior Account Manager/Cardiovascular Practice Leader

MAGEE RESOURCE GROUP, LLC

A Professional Search Firm 920 Pierremont Rd, Suite 515 Shreveport, LA  71106 318-865-8411, ext. 144

Mail to: [email protected]

Visit our website at:  www.mageeresource.com An Affiliate of MR    I  NETWORK

Executive Director, Cardiovascular Service Line Valley Health – Winchester Medical Center Winchester, VA

Posted November 9, 2010

The System  Valley Health is a not-for-profit organization serving the healthcare needs of people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland.  Valley Health was incorporated November 4, 1993 when Winchester Medical Center (WMC) and Warren Memorial Hospital (WMH), in Front Royal, partnered to serve the region. Headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, Valley Health now operates six hospitals: WMC, WMH, Shenandoah Memorial Hospital (SMH) in Woodstock, VA, Hampshire Memorial Hospital (HMH) in Romney, WV, and War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs, WV.  The System has a combined 551 licensed inpatient beds and 150 long-term care beds, and is supported by over 4,500 employees and a medical staff of nearly 500.
The Valley Health Cardiovascular service line has won many awards over the last decade, including Top 100 CV Program, HealthGrades Top 5 in Virginia and 5 Star awards, and HealthGrades Best in Nation Award.  The CV service line is staffed by more than 25 physicians, and performs over 350 open heart surgeries and over 5,000 cardiac cath lab procedures annually.

The Position 

The Executive Director will serve as the driver of the Valley Heart and Vascular Institute (VHVI) leading the cardiovascular service line across Valley Health system in support of achieving the system’s mission, goals and objectives.  The Executive Director is accountable for planning, directing and coordinating all cardiovascular initiatives that will result in service line growth, operational excellence, performance improvement, cost effectiveness and high quality patient services.  The Executive Director will work in partnership with administrative, nursing, and physician leadership to achieve regional network development and the coordination of care.

The Executive Director will direct management oversight to all areas associated with cardiovascular services throughout Valley Health, and assist in the management of and assure coordination of other Valley Health departments to ensure a well coordinated and planned integrated operation of health care delivery services for the Heart and Vascular Institute.

For more information contact:

Stan Wallace Senior Account Manager/Cardiovascular Practice Leader

MAGEE RESOURCE GROUP, LLC

A Professional Search Firm 920 Pierremont Rd, Suite 515 Shreveport, LA  71106 318-865-8411, ext. 144

Mail to: [email protected]

Visit our website at:  www.mageeresource.com
An Affiliate of MR    I  NETWORK

System Vice President, Cardiovascular Services Baptist Health System San Antonio, TX

Posted November 9, 2010

Baptist Health System (BHS) is a recognized leader in healthcare in San Antonio and South Texas. BHS includes five acute-care hospitals with a total of 1,753 licensed beds; 6,300 employees; and 1,900 medical staff.

Cardiovascular Services: BHS is the market leader in vascular services and places special emphasis on cardiovascular services. It is the heart of the system.

The Vice President of Cardiovascular Services (VPCS) reports to the System Chief Operating Officer. The VPCS has system responsibility and accountability for the development, implementation and evaluation of the complete cardiovascular service line. This executive provides the overall operational leadership, accountability, responsibility and direction for the Cardiovascular Service Line including, but not limited to, strategic and financial planning, annual budgeting, recruiting, purchasing, marketing, etc.  This includes the clinical areas of cardiology, cardiac diagnostic services (Echo, EKG, and Cardiac Cath Lab), cardiovascular surgery and vascular services.  The VPCS ensures that all of these departments meet all regulatory guidelines, regulations and ensures that quality services are provided in a cost-effective manner.

The selected candidate will possess seven plus years of management experience running a heart and vascular program.     He/She will possess experience and a proven track record developing and managing programs.  It is preferred the candidate have a BSN.  A graduate degree in nursing, healthcare, business administration, public health or a related field is strongly preferred.

A strong base salary, incentive plan, relocation and executive benefits package is offered.

To apply for this position contact: Sherry C. Vining, Senior Research Associate

(770) 863-9920 |[email protected]

All inquiries will be handled confidentially.

Vice President, Women’s & Childrens Services Sanford USD Medical Center, Part of Sanford Health Sioux Falls, SD

Posted November 6, 2010

The Vice President, Women’s & Children’s Services is a newly created position that reports to the COO. The VP, Women’s & Children’s Services is responsible for the new, state of the art Children’s Hospital (146 beds); Neonatal ICU; Pediatrics; Pediatric ICU; Newborn Nursery; Postpartum; Perinatal Community Services; Labor and Delivery; HROB and OR/OP Perinatal Services, 400 FTEs, and a $72 million budget. Sanford USD Medical Center, Sanford Health’s largest medical center, is a 545-bed tertiary hospital with 4,000 employees; 34,000 ER visits; and more than 3,500 deliveries.

To apply for this position contact:
Hallie Banker, Tyler & Company, Phone: 704-845-2227;
Email: [email protected]

Executive Administrator, Cardiology EXEMPLA HEALTHCARE Denver, CO

Posted November 5, 2010

So, who are YOU? Where do you see yourself? How about joining America’s best healthcare professionals at Exempla Healthcare in Denver, CO? Come discover a place where the professional possibilities are matched only by endless social, educational and recreational opportunities of one of America’s most beautiful cities. Highly visible opportunity exists to oversee all cardiology medical office staff and matrix reporting to cardiology staff at Exempla Healthcare. As a member of Exempla Physician Network Administration, you’ll have overall responsibility for planning, organizing, budgeting, growing and achieving our goal of becoming Denver’s cardiology center of excellence for Exempla Healthcare’s Cardiology Center of Excellence. Requirements: * Business or Healthcare Administration degree * 5+ years of senior level cardiology experience including cardiology outpatient medical practice integration within hospital/hospital system along a continuum of care. * Knowledge of: how cardiology plays a critical role in continuum of care, finance, specialty care marketing, HR management, PR in healthcare/Cardiology procedures, patient flow, reimbursement. * A high degree of initiative, judgment, decision making; analyzing situations accurately; taking effective action; establishing/maintaining effective relationships with hospital executives, policy-makers, third-party payers, patients, physicians, staff. * Ability to: identify trends/opportunities for improvement; motivate workforce toward change for adapting/remaining competitive; budgeting; evaluating/making quality improvement recommendations. * Prefer Master’s degree or 10 years’ healthcare administration experience and capitation, risk management, bundled payment knowledge.

Experience your full potential. Experience life at Exempla. To learn more/apply online, visit: www.exemplajobs.org – search Job ID # 7139; contact [email protected] or call (303) 689-6507. EOE.

 

Administrative Director The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

Posted November 1, 2010

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is ranked as one of America’s best hospitals for children by U.S. News & World Report Magazine.

We are currently seeking an Administrative Director for the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Science to work in collaboration with the Psychiatrist-in-Chief and to provide overall leadership and accountability for the Department’s effectiveness by leading and facilitating the design, implementation and monitoring of the Department’s strategic plan and corresponding annual operating plans. Assemble and deploy the resources necessary to achieve the clinical, research and education missions by ensuring standards of quality/safety, access and fiscal responsibility.

Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Business, Healthcare Administration or Finance or related discipline. Ten years of related leadership experience in a highly complex academic medical center and demonstrated track record of successfully collaborating with organizational senior leaders, physicians and peers to advance and strengthen a Department/Service Line are also required.

Hope Lives Here. Our organization offers total compensation packages befitting a world class institution.

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Contact Information of the job being posted: Apply online at www.chop.edu/careers to Requisition 10-22114.