Director Clinical Risk Patient Safety

McLaren Regional Medical Center   •  

Grand Blanc, MI

Industry: Biotech/Pharma


8 - 10 years

Posted 403 days ago

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McLaren Health Care is one of Michigan's fastest growing health systems. With 12 hospitals, annual revenues of over $3 billion, and a service area that covers 75% of the state, McLaren is committed to the highest levels of patient care.

McLaren Health Care is looking for a Director of Clinical Risk & Patient Safety to join the Corporate Risk Management Team.


This position is responsible for oversight of Clinical Risk and Patient Safety at all McLaren facilities.  The Director of Clinical Risk & Patient Safety provides administrative leadership, direction, and supervision in the integration of the overall Risk and Patient Safety program for the Corporation. Supervises and evaluates subordinate staff as assigned by subsidiary.  Responsible for development of annual corporate specific Patient Safety Plan. Coordinates patient safety improvement programs that reduce the risk of injury and promote reporting of incidents.  Develop and deliver education programs based on incident reporting data and system analysis.  Supports the Safety First Program for all sites including assistance with the performance of investigations and facilitation and coordination of Root Cause Analysis through the designated Cause Mapping tool. 


  • Advance DegreeRequired.  Preferably Juris Doctorate or Masters in Health Administration.  Clinical DegreePreferred for Bachelors
  • Minimum seven years of healthcareexperience demonstrating progressive leadership positions 
  • Certified Professional in HealthcareRisk Management (CPHRM) or other Patient Safety training/certification desired (CPPS, IHI Executive Development)

NOTE: To further our mission of enhancing the health status of the individuals and communities we serve, effective February 1, 2013,?McLaren Health Plan will no longer hire individuals who use tobacco or nicotine products in any form. Cotinine testing will be used to verify non-tobacco use. Individuals whose health screening results are verified positive for tobacco/nicotine use will be disqualified from employment, their job offer will be rescinded, and they will be disqualified from reapplying for employment for six (6) months from the date of the health screening.