To provide leadership and oversight of the IQS functions including the activities of planning, coordinating, and guiding for the integrated functions of quality assessment and improvement, accreditation and licensure, infection control, medical staff services, and safety within Quality and Medical Staff Services Departments. Provides assistance to the Sutter Health Valley Area Director IQS Operations - acute care, inIQS integrated functions to assure alignment to Valley Area IQS processes, systems, and priorities. Assimilates information to proactively develop quality activities aligned with MMC's strategies and values. Proactively builds strong teams and business relationships, both internally and externally. Serves as a resource and subject matter expert (SME) on aspects of the quality program to develop and influence improvement strategies. Has significant responsibility for working with the organization to pursue operational improvements and efficiencies; supporting the development and implementation of clinical assessment/process improvement and redesign. The director participates on a team that works toward identifying the best clinical and operational improvement practices for the organization. Pursues opportunities for work that adds value and eliminates waste and redundancy for the organization to help achieve and retain optimal quality outcomes. Serving the greater Stanislaus County with 423 acute care beds,Memorial Medical Center MMCprovides a full continuum of care, including:
Memorial Medical Center is an accredited Chest Pain Center and STEMI (heart attack) Receiving Center. MMC is part ofSutter Health, one of thenation’s top five large health systems thanks to its integrated network of physician, employee and volunteer pioneers—more than 60,000 people strong. Rooted in Sutter Health’s not-for-profit mission, these team members partner to deliver exceptional care that feels personal. From physician offices to hospitals to outpatient care centers and home services, they proudly support and learn from the more than 3 million people in their care—nearly 1 percent of the U.S. population, in one of the most diverse and innovative regions in the world.