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|VP, Women & Children's Svcs. (Women & Children)|
|Facility:||Pinnacle Health System|
|Department:||3042 - Women & Children|
Job Requirements: Working closely with the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and the Chairs of the Pediatrics and OB/GYN Departments, is responsible for setting the strategic direction for women’s and children’s services across the Pinnacle Health System (PHS). Develops and implements business and strategic plans to support the continued growth and success of the enterprise; establishes and leads a cohesive organizational structure that supports the hospitals and care continuum; provides operational oversight for the selected clinical activities and programs; ensures the financial viability of women’s and children’s services initiatives; establishes collaborative relationships with various departments and managers within the hospitals and operating groups; engages and supports women’s and children’s services managers, supervisors, clinicians and staff as integral parts of the development of system-wide product line; designs, plans and implements programs that promote the product line to improve the health of communities served.
Job Requirements: Master’s degree required, preferably in business administration or other healthcare related field. Hospital service line senior management experience within an academic medical center or complex healthcare system of similar or larger size. 5-7 years of leadership experience in Women and Children’s Services. Strong management and organizational skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of service line leadership skills and regulatory requirements. Knowledge regarding issues which impact the future of Women and Children’s care, e.g. developments in clinical care, information systems, funding sources, regulatory requirements, community agencies. Knowledge of administrative aspects of business and medical and non-medical aspects of Women and Children’s care programs