The CNO will have in-depth knowledge of healthcare issues, acute hospital regulatory requirements, accreditation issues, service lines direction, clinical service development, professional nursing issues, continuous quality improvement capabilities, contract analysis and negotiation and experience working within a union environment.
The Major Gifts Director provides leadership to a comprehensive program to secure significant new and increasing funding support from individuals, families, foundations and/or selected corporations to advance the mission of the organization and to build resources in conjunction with the overall strategic development plan of the MemorialCare Medical Center Foundation (MMCF).
The Senior HR Business Partner will partner with HR leaders, executives, and management staff on organizational development, organizational effectiveness, employee relations development, and communications that support the hospital's mission, vision, strategic plan, and operations.
The Manger is responsible for ensuring delivery of quality patient care in compliance with all regulations, adherence to hospital policies and procedures, and overseeing customer service, patient satisfaction, and staff performance and competence.
The Director, Respiratory Care Services ensures services are provided in coordination with other divisions, departments and medical staff to ensure that quality care is provided and to support the goals and objectives of LBMC & MCH.
The employee assists with the preparation of the strategic business plan for the department, development of financial goals, and the plan for delivery of excellent clinical care in a safe and healing environment.
Oversees or provides direction on analysis of performance of provider contracts and collaborates with executive management on opportunities for lowering the cost of providing medical services using contractual relationships.
Candidate's expertise in minimally invasive CV surgery, mechanical support or aortic surgery is a bonus. Although not required, a candidate who brings a special surgical skill set is desirable, e.g. minimally invasive, mechanical circulatory support or aortic surgery.
The Executive Director is accountable for providing a vision, leadership, and promoting innovation in developing and implementing strategies and policies to provide high quality patient care in a cost-effective manner.
Monitors procurement activities ensuring system policy and contract compliance, and system financial integrity. Continually assesses and drives a culture daily performance improvement, and break-through enterprise-level innovation for procurement, logistics and analysis functions.
The vice president, strategy, is the responsible leader for identifying, analyzing and monitoring the external and internal environment that affect growth, profitability, and sustainability, with a primary focus on revenue enhancement.