Under a combination of administrative and executive direction, provides leadership and directs the overall operation of the hospital consistent with policies and objectives of the hospital and its advisory or governing Board. In this regard, the CEO plans, organizes, applies, directs, controls and evaluates all resources (human resources, facilities, equipment, capital and similar resources) invested in the franchise. The CEO shall use all resources to generate measurable returns to benefit the company, the Community, the Physician and most of all, the Patient.
Develops a long range course of action or set of goals to ensure successful realization of the organization’s vision. Establishes clear goals that align a unit’s efforts with the organization’s vision. Ensures synergies between people, processes, and strategies to drive execution of business objectives. Builds a competitively superior organization by attracting, developing, and retaining talent to ensure that people with the right skills and motivations are in the right place at the right time to meet business needs. Builds and drives sustained revenue growth. Builds strategic alliances outside the organization to create business opportunities and execute business strategies. Develops an organizational culture that leads to ongoing excellence and effective growth of the business while maintaining the highest integrity.
In depth and up to date knowledge of hospital administration typically acquired through the completion of a Masters degree in hospital administration. Knowledge of the health care field as well as refined managerial skills which are typically acquired through experience as a COO. Member of ACHE preferred.
Member of ACHE preferred. Current knowledge of Joint Commission, state, and federal guidelines, regulations and standards. Demonstrated expertise in negotiation, coaching, and interpersonal skills. Advanced skills in financial management.
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- Full-Time, Degree - Graduate Degree, Healthcare - Health Services, Executive, Health Care