Chief Medical Officer

Our client, the only fully-accredited acute care specialty hospital for advanced cancer patients in the US, is seeking a Chief Medical Officer. This organization provides inpatient care, home care, hospice, outpatient care and wound care, and is guided by the mission of bringing compassionate, expert care to terminally ill people suffering from cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, and to care for the families with the same sensitivity provided to the patients. Located in NY and reporting directly to the President and CEO, this executive will join a unique, multi-faceted, world-renowned organization known for its expertise in end of life care, palliative medicine and hospice services.

In collaboration with other senior leaders, the Chief Medical Officer will have responsibility for building a cohesive/integrated culture among healthcare providers and for the delivery of high, quality service excellence, focused clinical services, while collaborating in strategic planning necessary for growth initiatives and programs. This executive will be a strong, visionary, entrepreneurial leader and advocate and will serve as a role model while inspiring and fostering an environment of collaboration, quality, patient safety, and physician as well as patient and family satisfaction.  This is the opportunity to define end of life and palliative care in the twenty-first century.

Ideally, candidates will have a background in palliative care and pain management and be experienced in inpatient, ambulatory and outpatient services, and hospice care. S/he will possess strong leadership skills with a minimum of ten years of experience.  Program development, collaborative problem resolution, and strong communication skills are essential as is being a visible, collegial and effective leader, attuned to financial realities and committed to quality.

Qualified candidates please forward your CV to Pat Anderson at


Senior Vice President for Value Based Services

Our client is an integrated health care delivery system with over 1900 certified beds and some of the region’s finest health and human services agencies serving hundreds of thousands each year. They are looking for Senior Vice President for Value-Based Care, a key leader in their value based care delivery efforts with primary responsibility for ensuring that care delivered is high quality and high value. The SVP for Value-Based Care will oversee population-specific quality measurement and improvement, service utilization, IPA provider credentialing and performance measurement, Medical Policies and Procedures and will assist the Provider Relations Staff with network development.

They require someone with an active, unrestricted or eligibility for MD or DO license in NY, active/unrestricted Board Certification, and significant clinical experience. The ideal candidate will be a change agent having transformational leadership experience with the ability to lead and administer a large, complex portfolio, substantial administration experience in a value based environment within a health care delivery system, a track record of developing and phasing in value based arrangements and leadership and management experience in a medical group, IPA, and ACO. They strongly prefer someone with thorough knowledge of and the ability to manage multiple risk arrangements, working knowledge of ACO regulations, industry issues and trends and the ability to effectively communicate with a wide variety of internal and external groups.

Qualified candidates please send CV/resume to Karen Gordon at


Chair of the Departments of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Health

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is searching for a Chair of the Departments of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Health. 

Responsibilities of the position will include the administration of the faculty and staff for the undergraduate and graduate programs.  The department sponsors an active residency and post-graduate training program.  The School has plans to expand the residency training program to the Rutgers New Brunswick campus which has two Children's Hospitals and presently no pediatric dentistry training programs on campus.  The Chair is expected to be a graduate of a CODA accredited training program with board certification in pediatric dentistry and eligibility for licensure in New Jersey.  Successful candidate will have a track record of leadership, clinical practice and related scholarly achievement as well as experience working in a hospital environment.  It is expected that the Chair will participate in the intramural faculty practice and hold a clinical appointment at our teaching hospital and expand research initiatives in the field.  This Chair will be responsible for the Community Health Department, including expansion of statewide outreach and education.  Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience.

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is a component of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and is located on the Newark Campus of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Division, along with the Rutgers Medical School, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Health Related Professions and the School of Nursing.  Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.  All final candidates will be required to successfully pass a criminal background check prior to beginning employment.

Interested candidates should submit curriculum vitae to Pat Anderson:


Division Director of Prosthodontics

Our client is a highly-regarded dental school with a focus on the general dentistry model. Located in the Southeast, its mission and priority is educating the next generation of primary care and pediatric dentists to increase access for the underserved areas of the State. The School is currently recruiting for the Director of the Division of Prosthodontics. The Division of Prosthodontics includes: BioMedical Materials, Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics, and Implant Prosthodontics.

The Director coordinates the development and implementation of the Prosthodontics aspects of the didactic and preclinical curriculum, and participates in clinical coverage in the Doctor of Dental Medicine program. Working in close cooperation with other divisions, departments and administrative units, this leader also provides educational and clinical support for the Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) and General Practice Residency (GPR) programs.

The successful candidate will have a DDS or DMD from a Dental School and be Eligible for dental licensure within the first two months of employment. He/she must possess the American Board certification (or eligibility) in Prosthodontics with experience in preparing and teaching preclinical and clinical aspects of prosthodontics, and experience with implant supported prosthodontics. This individual has demonstrated leadership, the ability to develop successful problem-solving teams, and will conduct basic and/or clinical research as well as scholarly activities to qualify for appropriate promotion.

Interested candidates should submit curriculum vitae to Pat Anderson:






Vice President for Facilities


Located in the NY tri-state area, a well-respected High Reliability Healthcare System is seeking a Vice President of Facilities Management.  This organization is dedicated to safety, quality and satisfaction in ensuring an outstanding experience to its patients and community.  Facilities Management is extremely active and reflects a broad range of departments within its scope addressing the constant growth and expansion of services, programs, and facilities in this forward-looking System. 


This Vice President will have direct oversight and fiscal responsibility for:   Property Management, Facilities Development, Engineering/Plant Operations, Safety/Security, Materials Management, Purchasing, Central Sterile Processing, Linen, Courier Services, Graphic Arts, Environmental Services, Food and Nutrition Services, Parking and Facilities Service Center system-wide.  The VP, Facilities Management will oversee property acquisition and the planning, design and construction of all capital facility projects, including the implementation of the Long Range Strategic and Facilities Master Plan (Renewal), the construction of major new buildings, parking structures, support facilities, and renovations to existing buildings.


A major initiative of the System includes the construction of a new inpatient hospital over the next few years, to meet future demands in healthcare as well as the community’s health and wellness needs.  Repurposing and retrofitting an existing campus is also in the plan.  In addition, the system has implemented cutting-edge strategies for optimizing supply chain management and is interested in candidates who have high level exposure to innovation in this area. 

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 10 years progressively responsible experience in Engineering Facilities Management, construction, and supply chain management with a MBA/MA in Hospital Administration.  This VP will have high energy, strong management and multiple project management skills, along with outstanding communication skills at all levels.  


Qualified candidates, please submit your CV to



Chief Operating Officer

Our client has built an exemplary, cutting-edge aging services organization with an outstanding reputation of providing high quality care services.  With a long term strategic plan in place, the organization is transitioning to become an integrated, holistic, diversified and recognized aging service system positioned to influence the growth of aging services on a broader scale.  This not-for-profit organization is searching for a new visionary Chief Operating Officer (COO) to lead them forward.

The COO will serve as a partner to the President and CEO to advance the organization’s operational and strategic vision with passion and excellence and build strong, productive working relationships. He/she will demonstrate leadership in all the strategic and operational components of the organization, oversee all operations including quality, and be a visible, culture change leader with excellent communication skills. Additional expertise in human resource development, mentoring staff and building cohesive teams is critical.

The successful candidate is a senior operational administrator with a minimum of 15 years of progressive management experience and a proven track record of success with high-growth, multi-site, complex healthcare/post-acute care organizations.  This executive must be a visionary with a forward-thinking mindset, and must be a strong leader and decisive decision maker. The Ideal candidate will be a LNHA and have a proven track record of successfully working with Board committees; advanced degree strongly preferred.


Qualified candidates, please forward your resume to Karen Gordon:


Assistant Vice President, Health Information Management

My client is one of the most respected hospitals in the nation with the highest quality services, programs and facilities. They are looking to fill an ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (HIM) position in NY. They seek a strategic thinker, highly analytical and process-driven leader with a solid understanding of HIM processes, coding compliance, revenue cycle and adherence to regulatory requirements. The AVP will be responsible for strategic direction, leadership and operational oversight of the HIM department which includes 32 FTE’s.

Collaborating with core stakeholders across the continuum, the AVP will build relationships with Quality Management, Corporate Compliance, Informational Technology, Medical Staff, Patient Financial Services and Senior Leadership to ensure optimal compliance of coding and revenue cycle processes, and maintenance of national standards – to deliver the highest level of accuracy and efficiency.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 7-10+ years of progressive hospital-based HIM leadership experience and be RHIA certified; previous healthcare consulting experience will be considered. We seek a visionary HIM leader with demonstrated knowledge and ability to manage, engage and mentor a team of HIM professionals and support staff in the delivery of sound and effective practices with regard to chart completion, assembly and analysis, transcription, release of information, coding, and bidirectional interfacing with CDI.

Qualified candidates should submit resume to Karen Gordon:


Interim Chief Executive Officer


Seeking a strategic Interim Chief Executive Officer for a regional Medical Center in upstate New York. The new leader will need experience to lead the institution during a time of unprecedented change in health care and consolidation in the regional market. This executive will have strong political and negotiating skills in implementing the strategic direction for the Medical Center in collaboration with the Board of Directors and Staff.

The Medical Center has been profitable for a number of years and has enjoyed strong community support over its one hundred year plus history. The CEO plays an integral role as a visible leader in the community and region.

Substantial executive leadership experience in healthcare is required with a Master’s degree in healthcare, business or related discipline. S/he will have a solid understanding of health care trends, especially as they apply to rural areas; will have demonstrated effective skills in working with diverse stakeholders in a complex, unionized environment; and a proven track record.  Strong presentation and communication skills, along with financial, entrepreneurial, analytical, and strategic skills are essential for this position.

Qualified candidates please contact Pat Anderson, Foley Proctor Yoskowitz at



Director of Emergency Department Services

Our client, a financially and clinically strong Healthcare System in NJ, seeks a Director of Emergency Department Services.

The Director of Emergency Department Services has responsibility for a state-of-the-art Emergency Department and will maintain the strategic and operational responsibility for operations and patient care administration. The Director will provide clinical leadership for patient care and ensure implementation of the mission, vision, and values, evidence based practice, and policies throughout the Service Line. Additional responsibilities include strategic growth and development, improvement in patient and organizational outcomes and execution of projects.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in nursing (MSN) or a related field, (MHA/MBA) coupled with a minimum of five years of leadership experience in emergency services including both clinical and administrative practice. She/he must have superb interpersonal/communication skills coupled with the leadership, vision, knowledge and skills to facilitate organizational success. Magnet hospital experience and experience in emergency department design is strongly preferred.

Qualified candidates please send your resume to Karen Gordon at


Associate Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA)

Our client is a highly-regarded dental school with a focus on the general dentistry model. Located in the Southeast, its mission and priority is educating the next generation of primary care and pediatric dentists to increase access for the underserved areas of the State.  This School is currently recruiting for the Associate Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA).


The ADSA is a key member of the School of Dental Medicine’s senior leadership team and has oversight for all student-relatedactivities and programs. S/he is responsible for developing, supervising, coordinating and linking the goals and activities of admissions and student services with the other strategic priorities and missions of the School of Dental Medicine.

The successful candidate will have a DDS or DMD from a Dental School accredited by CODA and be Eligible for dental licensure.  It is essential that the ADSA be skilled and sensitive in human interactions, professional in dealing with a wide variety of issues, able to anticipate problems and able to negotiate well with students, faculty and other stakeholders advocating as appropriate while remaining at the heart of the mission of the school.

Qualified candidates, please submit your CV to Pat Anderson at


Chief Development Officer


Located in Northern NJ, our firm is conducting a search for a Chief Development Officer for a large, prominent, and profitable healthcare system, recognized as one of New Jersey’s – and the New York metropolitan area’s – most respected healthcare providers.

Reporting directly to the President and CEO, the Chief Development Officer will serve as a member of the senior management team of the System and will oversee the activities and resources for two Foundations within the system.  S/he will create a strong sense of cohesiveness and work directly with the Foundations’ Boards and staffs to develop strategies and balance the needs of both entities. This executive will be a seasoned visionary leader who can inspire and lead major fundraising initiatives while extending the Foundations’ reach in their communities and expanding philanthropic revenues.

Candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of seven (7-10) years’ of professional philanthropic leadership. Experience in major donor engagement, capital campaign and major gifts required, as is the ability to work as a team member with a proven track record of effective fundraising and strong philanthropic contacts. Excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills, written and oral, are required.

Qualified candidates, please submit your resume to Pat Anderson at