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Director of Operations Quality for its Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) & Cellular Therapies

Director of Operations Quality for its Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) & Cellular Therapies

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute | Boston, MA

Permanent Position

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) is seeking a Director of Operations Quality for its Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) & Immune Effector Cell Therapy Programs (IEC). This is a mission critical and highly visible operational leadership role reporting into the nationally recognized Division of Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapies at the Institute. The combined programs are among the largest in the country and serve adult and pediatric patients and families of DFCI, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and Boston Children’s Hospital. All three institutions are Harvard Medical School (HMS) teaching affiliates.

Chief, Division of Rheumatology

Chief, Division of Rheumatology

Connecticut Children’s | Hartford, CT

Permanent Position

Connecticut Children’s and the Connecticut Children’s Specialty Group are seeking a Chief of the Division of Rheumatology. The retiring Chief has established a highly respected clinical program and team to care for pediatric patients in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Connecticut Children’s Hospital is forging ahead with plans for the development of an integrated pediatric health care system. The Chief will lead the clinical operations, develop an academic and research program, and strategic alliances for the Division. Connecticut Children’s strategy for expansion and innovation includes innovative programs in all specialties to support community based primary care pediatricians and the expansion of its state-wide network of integrated pediatric care at the Hospital and its affiliates. Rheumatology is poised to recruit a new Chief of the Division of Rheumatology with a vision to increase the size and scale of the Department regarding the academic focus and distribution of services beyond Hartford.

Chief, Division of Emergency Medicine

Chief, Division of Emergency Medicine

Connecticut Children's | Hartford, CT

Permanent Position

Connecticut Children’s and the Connecticut Children’s Specialty Group (CCSG) are seeking a Division Chief of Emergency Medicine to succeed the current Division Chief who is retiring from the role.  The Division Chief will lead the clinical operations, academic endeavors, and strategic alliances of the Division at a time of growth and transformation. With more than 60,000 visits annually, the Emergency Department at Connecticut Children’s (CT Children’s) is one of the busiest in New England.  We seek an enthusiastic collaborator to lead the Emergency Division as Connecticut Children’s forms a clinically integrated network with regional community-based primary care pediatric providers and prepares for a population health-based healthcare system.  The ideal Division Chief will have a vision to meet the needs of children and families across the State by increasing access to services, creating innovative new programs, and enhancing the strengths of a dedicated and highly qualified clinical staff.

Executive Director of Oncology

Executive Director of Oncology

Loyola University Health System | Maywood, IL

Permanent Position

Loyola University Health System (LUHS), a member of Trinity Health, is seeking an Executive Director (ED) of Oncology. With a matrix reporting relationship to the Oncology Division Chiefs and Operations, the ED will be charged with leading and directing the inpatient and outpatient services at LUHS system level. The Chicago Region includes affiliates of the Loyola University Health System (LUHS), including Loyola University Medical Center, a flagship academic hospital, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, and the newly acquired MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn. The Chicago Region also has numerous sites oncology care and although this key leadership position will reside at Loyola University Medical Center, the ED will be responsible for satellites in both Illinois and Indiana. Total budget for the region is close to $2 Billion, including the most recent integration of MacNeal Hospital.

Executive Director of Cardiovascular Services

Executive Director of Cardiovascular Services

Loyola University Health System | Maywood, IL

Permanent Position

Loyola University Health System (LUHS), a member of Trinity Health, is seeking an Executive Director (ED) of Cardiovascular Services. With a matrix reporting relationship to Division Physician Leadership and Operations the ED will be wholly responsible for leading and directing all outpatient services within the Department of Cardiovascular Services at the LUHS system level. LUHS is located in the Chicago area and its affiliates include Loyola University Medical Center, a flagship academic hospital, 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 Cardiovascular Services and travel to satellite sites, as required. Total budget for the region is close to $2 billion, including the most recent integration of MacNeal Hospital.

Administrator

Administrator

Hebrew Home of Greater Washington | Rockville, MD

Permanent Position

Charles E. Smith Life Communities (CESLC) is seeking an Administrator to lead its Hebrew Home of Greater Washington (HHGW), one of the largest and most highly regarded skilled nursing facilities in the nation.   This is an opportunity to join a financially healthy, Five-Star quality organization with a strong management team, hi occupancy, and a very attractive culture.  Located in the greater Washington DC area, this position requires almost no travel away from an area offering significant cultural, educational, professional, and recreational amenities.

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Kutz Senior Living Campus | Wilmington, DE

Permanent Position

The Kutz Senior Living Campus was founded in 1902 as the Ladies Bichor Cholem Society.  Merging in 1920 with the Ladies Moshev Zekenim, the combined organization purchased and occupied a former hospital.  In 1942 they moved to larger quarters on Washington St., and in 1960 the new 40-bed Milton and Hattie Kutz Home opened in its current location on River Road.  In 1997 and again in 2003 major renovation and expansion projects were undertaken, and in 2013 the Lodge Lane Assisted Living facility opened adjoining The Kutz Home.  See www.KutzHome.org.   Today, the $13 million Kutz Senior Living Campus perpetuates the mission of its founders with top-notch clinical and social services delivered in the Jewish tradition.  Kutz Senior Living Campus features Kutz Rehabilitation & Nursing, a 91-bed skilled nursing facility, and Lodge Lane Assisted Living, a 51-unit assisted living facility.  Both are operating at nearly full census.  The staff is highly professional and dedicated to the residents, assuring that they receive the highest quality care possible.  The Auxiliary of the Campus is very active raising funds for special needs and projects, and the Board of Directors is committed to the Campus’ Mission and highly supportive of the staff.

Medical Director

Medical Director

Cambridge Health Alliance -Malden Care Center | Malden, MA

Permanent Position

Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is seeking an experienced physician leader, board-certified in Family Medicine, to become the Medical Director at the Malden Care Center, which has the largest patient population in the system. www.challiance.com.

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.