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Chair of Surgery

Chair of Surgery

MetroWest Medical Center | Framingham, MA

Permanent Position

MetroWest Medical Center (MWMC) is looking for a collegial and energetic Surgeon-leader with experience in program development and medical staff leadership to further build and transform its Department of Surgery.

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania | Scranton, PA

Permanent Position

This is an exceptional opportunity to lead into the future a faith-based, not-for-profit, independent organization with an excellent reputation. The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania serves a Northeastern PA region including Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and Clarks Summit.  The Jewish Home is in a strong financial condition and has an engaged, sophisticated, and supportive board.  The opening arises from the upcoming retirement of the CEO who has successfully led The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania for 38 years.  The next CEO of The Jewish Home must be a versatile leader who understands the dynamics of the rapidly changing health care sector, who is a strategic visionary and can also lead a capable management team in day-to-day operations.

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice | Portsmouth, RI

Permanent Position

This is an opportunity to lead a successful and highly regarded mission-driven home health and hospice organization dedicated to providing services that promote optimal health and quality of life for individuals and families in communities throughout Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice (formerly Visiting Nurse Services of Newport and Bristol Counties) is Rhode Island’s only remaining independent, nonprofit home care and hospice organization. It seeks a strategic and innovative leader with vision, skill, and mission drive to guide the organization to a well-grounded future in a time of great change in health care. Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice enjoys a strong reputation for compassionate and skilled care among patients, families and providers, and has consistently been recognized for excellence according to industry criteria. The organization enjoys the support of a capable and dedicated Board, many loyal volunteers, and the generous support of many individuals and organizations. Located in a beautiful Rhode Island coastal community with remarkable natural beauty and cultural attractions, Visiting Nurse Home and Hospice has easy access to Cape Cod, Providence, Boston, and New York City.

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Cataldo Ambulance | Somerville, MA

Permanent Position

“Cataldo Ambulance Service, Inc., has continually distinguished itself as a leader in providing routine and emergency medical services. As the needs of the community and the patient change, we continue to introduce innovative programs to ensure the highest level of care is available to everyone in our service areas.  

We remain focused on providing prompt, high-quality patient care at the Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support levels. Our employees work diligently to achieve new goals while maintaining the highest standards of care. You can depend on Cataldo Ambulance Service for all of your medical transportation needs.”- Dennis Cataldo

  The largest 911 provider in Massachusetts, Cataldo Ambulance has 25 locations in northeastern MA.  Cataldo owns/operates over 200 vehicles, conducts approximately 250,000 annual patient transports per year, and employs roughly 900 non-union employees who are hard-working and dedicated. See www.cataldoambulance.com. Cataldo offers:  
  • Emergency Services – 911 contracts with 19 municipalities
  • Chair Car Services – Nursing home and non-emergency transportation
  • SmartCare – Mobile Integrate Health, Post-hospital patient care services at place of residence
  • Communications – The most advanced technology for superior service to customers
  • MCI Services – Cataldo maintains one of the only incident support units in the area
  • Specialty Contracts – Boston Garden, Fenway Park, community activities and special events
 

Chief Human Resources Officer

Chief Human Resources Officer

Fenway Health | Boston, MA

Permanent Position

This is an opportunity for an experienced Human Resources leader to be a key driver in transforming the culture of Fenway Health, the nationally acclaimed health center specialized in serving the distinct needs of the Boston-area LGBT community with a broad array of services.  This position entails raising the profile of the role that HR has historically played at Fenway Health, and includes the opportunity to shape the HR function. The position will have national visibility.  Fenway Health is in strong financial position

Chief Nursing Officer

Chief Nursing Officer

Austen Riggs Center |

Permanent Position

The Austen Riggs Center (Riggs) is seeking a Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) to direct a complex and psychodynamic, relationship-based, nursing service. The CNO will work collaboratively with specially trained clinicians to provide the highest quality care for patients in a fully open and voluntary therapeutic milieu. Supervising a nursing staff of about twenty, the CNO is a pivotal role promoting the Riggs core values of supporting patient authority, fostering relationships, and understanding oneself and others.   This is an opportunity to lead a staff in the frontier of a world renowned therapeutic community and psychiatric hospital.

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Operating Officer

Confidential Search | Northeastern U.S.

Permanent Position

A fast growing, innovative organization with a leadership reputation in population health management is seeking an outstanding executive leader as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of a large Independent Practice Association (IPA). This is an exciting opportunity for an accomplished senior administrator with exemplary leadership, management, operational, and financial skills to help grow a thriving provider network into a dominant, physician-first delivery organization in a manner that improves the quality and clinical outcomes for all its patient members. The position is located in a major metropolitan area in the Northeast.

Clinical Chief of Emergency Medicine

Clinical Chief of Emergency Medicine

Children's National Health System | Washington, DC

Permanent Position

The Clinical Chief of Emergency Medicine at Children’s National Health System (Children’s National) is a new position created to lead the clinical operations and educational endeavors of the Division. The complexity and scale of the department, which in 2017 received 127,000 visits at its two clinical sites, requires an experienced physician leader. The new Clinical Chief of Emergency Medicine (CCEM) will be an outstanding clinician who excels as an operations leader. The CCEM will lead a well-functioning team to provide high quality clinical care in one of the nation’s best pediatric hospitals. S/he will partner with the Chief of Emergency Medicine in innovative and strategic planning to advance the goals of the Emergency Department.   This is an exceptional opportunity for a pediatric emergency physician ready to assume an innovative leadership role in one of the highest volume programs in the country. The incoming Clinical Chief will join in shaping the future of operational and academic initiatives that support Children’s National’s continued prominence as a national leader in pediatric emergency medicine. The Clinical Chief of Emergency Medicine will function as the chief operating officer of the emergency department and be a member of the leadership triad with the Chief of Emergency Medicine and the Director of Emergency Nursing. This leadership model is found in complex academic clinical programs that encompass clinical care and the traditional expectations of academic and research productivity. A successful tenure often establishes a national platform and visibility for a Clinical Chief to become Chief of Emergency Medicine at another top ranked pediatric hospital.

Chief Physician Executive

Chief Physician Executive

Confidential | Southern California

Permanent Position

CONFIDENTIAL SEARCH – A fast growing, innovative organization with a leadership reputation in population health management seeks an outstanding physician leader as Chief Physician Executive (CPE) of a large physician practice and MSO company. This is an exciting opportunity for a physician with exemplary leadership, management, operational, and clinical skills in all aspects of care management and delivery to help grow a thriving provider network into a dominant, physician-first delivery organization in a manner that improves the quality and clinical outcomes for all its patient members.

 

The Organization  This practice contracts with multiple payers and assumes full risk for over 500,000 commercial, Medicaid, and Medicare lives. The management team is a dedicated cadre of physician leaders and administrators who provide leadership to organization employees. This organization is collegial and fast-paced, innovative, patient and provider centric, and operates with a culture of urgency, action, focus, and empathy.

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Operating Officer

Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center | New Haven, CT

Permanent Position

The Opportunity This is an opportunity for an experienced Chief Operating Officer (COO) with an entrepreneurial spirit and vision to help manage growth within one of the premiere community health centers in Connecticut. Responsible for directing administrative functions for one of seven main locations of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, the COO will be an integral partner to an inspiring and motivated leadership team dedicated to providing exemplary integrated care and customer service to New Haven’s underserved communities.  This is the opportunity for a seasoned COO to play a key role in the evolution of a innovative community health center with industry-wide recognition.

Director of Financial Clearance

Director of Financial Clearance

Loyola University Health System | Maywood, IL

Permanent Position

Loyola University Health System (LUHS), a member of Trinity Health, is seeking a Director of Financial Clearance. Reporting to Ron Camejo, the current Regional Director of Revenue Excellence, the Director will be wholly responsible for leading and directing the work of the Patient Access / Financial Clearance, Pre-Service and Customer Service units within LUHS at the system level.   The Chicago Region includes affiliates of the Loyola University Health System (LUHS), including Loyola University Medical Center and Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, and newly acquired MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn. This key leadership position will reside at Loyola University Medical Center within the Department of Finance and will travel to other sites, as needed.   Total budget for the region is close to $2Billion, including the most recent integration of MacNeal Hospital. The position has responsibility for approximately 125 FTEs and a small management team, including: Manager of Pre-Service, a Manager of Financial Clearance and a Manager of Benefit Advocacy.  

Practice Administrator

Practice Administrator

Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center | New Haven, CT

Permanent Position

This is an opportunity for an experienced Practice Administrator with an entrepreneurial spirit and vision to help grow sites within one of the premiere community health centers in Connecticut. Responsible for running one of the four main locations of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, the Practice Administrator will be an integral partner to an inspiring and motivated leadership team dedicated to providing high quality care to New Haven’s underserved communities.  This is the opportunity for a strong Practice Administrator to create something that will last a long time and potentially create a platform for industry-wide recognition in community health.

Senior Director of Operations

Senior Director of Operations

Dimock Community Health Center | Roxbury, MA

Permanent Position

Dimock Community Health Center (Dimock) is recruiting a Senior Director of Operations in a newly developed position. This leader will be a key driver of the health center’s operational functions and will help design, develop and implement operational infrastructure to support current and anticipated growth functions.

Dept of Family & Community Medicine: Vice Chair, Clinical Operations

Dept of Family & Community Medicine: Vice Chair, Clinical Operations

Jefferson Health | Philadelphia, PA

Permanent Position

The Department of Family and Community Medicine (“DFCM”) at Jefferson Health is seeking a Family Medicine physician to fill the newly created position of Vice Chair for Clinical Operations (Vice Chair). DFCM operates ambulatory primary care clinics at multiple sites in the Philadelphia area. Its largest site, at 833 Chestnut Street in Center City Philadelphia, is a complex, primary care urban practice with over 100,000 annual visits across all sites of care. This individual will work closely with the Senior Clinical Primary Care Administrator to provide strategic and operational oversight for all of the Department’s primary care patient care activities, which includes responsibility for the day-to-day operations of a large urban academic family practice. In addition, the Vice Chair will be the principal DFCM physician partner to his/her counterpart in the Department of Medicine (DOM) in advancing a new Jefferson primary care model. S/he will bring contemporary experience and leadership in effective clinical operations, population health, ambulatory quality improvement and change management to this key role. A comprehensive appreciation of healthcare trends, specifically the shift from volume to value-based care and its effects on the primary care environment will be essential. This position requires strong and effective physician leadership to drive overall Departmental and enterprise primary care goals for primary care. The Vice Chair must work collaboratively with enterprise and Departmental leaders, the Department’s primary care partners in DOM, peers, direct reports, and clinicians to ensure that DFCM fulfills its clinical care mission. S/he must be an advocate for the Department and its internal and community stakeholders and an effective ambassador for the Family and Community Medicine clinical care delivery system.

Vice President, Patient Safety and Quality

Vice President, Patient Safety and Quality

Boston Children's Hospital | Boston, MA

Permanent Position

Summary Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) is seeking an expert with significant leadership experience to serve as Vice President, Patient Safety and Quality. This is an influential role serving as a key organizational leader to advance the priorities of safety, quality and regulatory compliance at one of the leading pediatric hospitals in the country. The Vice President, Program for Patient Safety and Quality (VP PPSQ) support the institution in providing patient and family-focused care and developing a culture that strives to achieve zero preventable harm, maximal learning, and continuous improvement. See www.childrenshospital.org.   Under the direction of the Senior Vice President, Chief Safety and Quality Officer, and in collaboration with other members of the senior leadership team, the VP PPSQ will provide strategic guidance and operational leadership of safety and quality programs and will help shape the aspirational initiatives that allow Boston Children’s Hospital to continue to be a national leader in pediatric quality and safety.

Vice President/Chief Clinical Officer

Vice President/Chief Clinical Officer

VNA Home Health | Albany, NY

Permanent Position

The Opportunity This is an opportunity for a respected leader in home health to lead the clinical operation of a well-respected, independent, financially strong home health organization with a close affiliation with a major medical center in Albany, NY. VNA Home Health is in very strong market position. This leadership position will have great impact on the organization and has clear growth opportunities in the foreseeable future. The Organization Founded in 1880 by a group of public minded citizens concerned about their sick and elderly neighbors in the Albany area, VNA Home Health has a long-standing history of meeting community home care needs. Their innovative services are coordinated for patients by a clinical Case Manager who practices under the direction of a physician. VNA Home Health delivers specific care programs that support patient education, positive outcomes, care transitions, and avoid hospital admissions. For more information, see www.vnaalbany.org. VNA Home Health provides: • Nursing Services • Rehabilitation Services • Medical Social Services • Palliative Care Services • Home Health Aides • Affiliated home care services, and • Transition Services from area hospitals A well-run business in strong financial condition, the $25 million VNA Home Health and affiliates has had a positive bottom line for several years running. An already close affiliation with the growing Albany Medical Center is likely to grow closer, as there are many opportunities for new programs and improved clinical integration across the system as it continues to grow. With deep roots in the surrounding community, the culture of VNA Home Health is non-political, highly collaborative, hands-on, high energy, and results oriented. Their work environment is warm, casual, caring, and personal, and frequently features the sound of laughter!