Chief Medical Officer
A growing, premier acute-care community-based teaching healthcare system in New Jersey with two hospitals and 550+ beds is seeking a strategic, forward-thinking Chief Medical Officer. With state-of-the-art facilities, our client is the region’s leader in advanced medicine with significant investments in facilities and advanced technologies. The CMO will serve as the system’s physician leader, ensuring effective delivery of patient-centric, evidence based, safe and efficient care with the highest quality medical outcomes. He/she is primarily responsible to lead the Medical Staff and work collaboratively with Senior Management and the Board of Directors to implement the mission and vision of the organization.
The successful candidate will be a qualified, board certified physician with a least ten (10) years clinical practice experience and a minimum of five (5) years experience as a CMO/VPMA, ideally, in a community hospital environment. A Master’s degree in business, medical management or other health related field is preferred. Exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills are a requirement, as is knowledge and understanding of healthcare management/operations and finance, experience with physician recruitment, resource management, credentialing, and quality and performance/process improvement.
Qualified candidates please contact Pat Anderson of Foley Proctor Yoskowitz, L.L.C. at email@example.com
Assistant Vice President of Cancer Care Services
Our client, a premier regional health care system in NJ, is looking for an Assistant Vice President of Cancer Care Services. The AVP will provide leadership, strategic direction and administrative management to the Cancer Care Service. Significant resources have been invested in building this cancer program, and has not only a state-of-the-art cancer facility, but also the latest cutting edge equipment, strong administrative support and excellent resources and medical leadership for its programs.
Work in collaboration with the VP-Clinical Services to develop short-term and long-term plans for the growth and expansion for existing services as well as enhance current levels of excellence. The AVP has direct responsibility for 22 employees and will also serve in a liaison role to other cancer related services. Responsibilities includes the day-to-day operations, strategic positioning, program development in conjunction with all key constituents, clinical integration and coordination of services, and growing the oncology program’s reach in the region. In concert with key stakeholders, the Assistant Vice President will help in fostering a collaborative, multidisciplinary, patient-centered integrated approach to oncology care.
The successful candidate will have 5-7+ years’ experience in a leadership role within a cancer service, and strong supervisory and communication skills. A master’s degree in a clinically relevant area of healthcare is strongly preferred. She/he must have an outstanding clinical background and reputation, and the leadership, vision, knowledge and skills to continue to grow an integrated, state-of-the-art oncology program with a strong focus on quality care. Candidates must be comfortable in relating collaboratively with other departments, providers of care, as well as referring physicians.
Qualified candidates please email CV to Karen Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Vice President Oncology
Premier 450+ bed healthcare system in northern NJ seeks an AVP to provide leadership, strategic direction and administration to the Oncology Service. Significant resources have been invested in building this cancer program, which has not only a state-of-the-art cancer facility, but also the latest cutting edge equipment, strong administrative support, excellent resources and medical leadership for its programs along with strong support from the medical oncologists on staff. The Center has received five oncology specific Gold Seals from the Joint Commission.
The AVP Oncology will work in collaboration with the Medical Director of the Cancer Center and will report to the Vice President Ambulatory and Ancillary Services to develop short-term and long-term plans for the growth and expansion for existing services as well an enhance current levels of excellence. The AVP Oncology has responsibility for over 130 staff.
This position is responsible for the continuous enhanced quality of patient care rendered in the oncology program and growing the oncology program’s reach in the region. In concert with key stakeholders, the Assistant Vice President will help in fostering a collaborative, multidisciplinary, patient-centered integrated approach to oncology care.
The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree and 5-7+ years of Director level clinical oncology management and/or business management experience. She/he must have an outstanding clinical background and reputation, and the leadership, vision, knowledge and skills to continue to grow an integrated, state-of-the-art oncology program.
Qualified candidates please contact Priscilla Elms at 973-605-1000 ext. 19 or email resume to email@example.com
Director Cardiothoracic Surgery
Our client, a well-regarded not-for-profit multi-hospital system with major tertiary programs in suburban Philadelphia is seeking a skilled leader to become its Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery.
This organization has prioritized the need to increase system market share in its cardiac surgery product line by developing capacity to conduct complex, high-end minimally invasive procedures, expanded valve surgery and preferably, robotics.The new Chief will bring these skills and expertise to the existing Cardiac Surgery Programand enjoy the full support of the organization in growing the product line. He/she will be a leader who is dynamic, forward thinking, flexible with changing times and capable of keeping the program state of the art while relating effectively with patients and referring physicians.
Our successful candidate will be a respected surgeon of stature and reputation with a strong track record of clinical and administrative accomplishments. He/she will be Board Certified in Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery.
Qualified candidates, please contact Pat Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Hospitalist Medicine
Our client, an award winning, well-respected, 650-bed Northern New Jersey teaching hospital seeks a Director of HospitalistMedicine to lead, strengthen, and further expand the existing program. Supported by a strong hospital administration, this individual will provide clinical oversight to the Academic as well as Non-Teaching Hospitalist groups as well as oversee the Physician Assistant group. He/she will plan, implement, integrate, and evaluate all aspects of the service to ensure high quality, patient centered, cost effective care. This individual will recruit new physicians and mentor his/her team, growing the program and further developingthe skills of this highly qualified group of Hospitalists and Nocturnists.The working environment is collegial and intellectually stimulating with a very high physician retention rate. Candidates should possess strong skills in evidence-based internal medicine, a demonstrated record of leadership, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills. The successful candidate will be an active clinician and enjoy a full-time faculty appointment at the highly regarded affiliated medical school.
Qualified candidates please email CV to Priscilla Elms, Foley Proctor Yoskowitz, LLC email@example.com, or call 800-238-1123.
Director of Primary Care and Community Medicine
A growing New York State healthcare system with three campuses is seeking an experienced Director of Primary Care and Community Medicine.
The Director of Primary Care and Community Medicine is responsible for hiring and overseeing the Primary Care physicians and midlevel providers for the system and its community. The Director will build and lead the clinician team in developing and implementing efficient practices, developing comprehensive outreach programs and creating an Accountable Care Organization and Patient-Centered Medical Home with the goal of providing preventative care, lowering re-admissions and improving the overall health of the community.
This position will be responsible for monitoring the overall quality of care provided at the primary care practice sites including access to care, outcomes and service. He/She will build a sophisticated primary care network in anticipation and in preparation for healthcare reform. This individual will help to establish primary care residency training programs as a future goal. In addition this physician leader will dedicate roughly 40% of his/her time to clinical practice and 60% to administrative duties.
The right candidate will be board certified in Internal Medicine and have a track record of a minimum of 5 years of leadership in a primary care setting. He or she must show leadership in managing and improving quality and, consistent with the national movement, guide the Primary Care program toward the Medical Home model of care and toward Accountable Care Organizations. He or she must be very effective and efficient at clinical operations. The Director of Primary Care and Community Medicine must guide new program development and implementation. As a resource/mentor to staff, he or she must be able to manage/lead other physicians to both quality outcomes and high productivity.
Qualified candidates please email CV to Priscilla Elms at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-238-1123.
Director – Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
A leading NY Children’s Medical Center is seeking a Director of Orthopedic Surgery who will be a preeminent leader, committed to the growth and service line development as part of an overall sophisticated pediatrics program. In joining this dynamic team, he/she will be responsible for the administrative, academic and clinical functions of the department.
This hospital is a critical part of the largest health care system in the New York region. With a multimillion dollar contribution, the Children’s Medical Center is building a state-of-the-art pavilion including a new surgery, medical/surgical, PICU, and ER.
This Director will be forward thinking and a self-starter with a collaborative style. The successful candidate will be Board Certified in Orthopedics and fellowship trained in Pediatric Orthopedics. A sub-specialty training in pediatric spinal deformity is preferred but not required.
Qualified candidates may contact Pat Anderson at email@example.com
Chairman of Medicine
Our client, a 450+ bed New York City community teaching hospital that trains over 270 residents annuallyseeks a dynamic and visionary Chairman of Medicine.
The chosen candidate will be a respected clinician of stature and reputation with a track record of clinical, academic and administrative accomplishments. A strong, visionary leader and committed advocate for the Department,this individual will serve as a role model and chief teacher while inspiring and fostering an environment of learning, quality, patient safety, physician and patient satisfaction.
Candidates will have a background working within a complex clinical department and in a diverse community, as well as a track record of creating organizational structures and models of care to support changes in healthcare as well as growth. Program development, collaborative problem resolution and strong communication skills are essential as is being a visible, inspiring, collegial and effective change agent, attuned to financial realities and committed to quality.
The successful candidate will be a licensed doctor of medicine, Board Certified in Internal Medicine, with possible added qualifications in a subspecialty area, and licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of New York. Candidates should have a minimum of five years experience in a relevant leadership capacity and be eligible for an academic appointment at the affiliated Medical School.
Qualified candidates please send CV to Priscilla Elms at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-605-1000 ext. 19.
Director of Adolescent Medicine
A premier tertiary health system in the New York Metro area is seeking a Director of Adolescent Medicine in a robust and comprehensive Department of Pediatrics.
This position is responsible for clinical, administrative and visionary leadership of the division. The director will participate in inpatient and outpatient clinical services; teaching residents and medical students; clinical research; and outreach and marketing. Current services include, (but not limited to) eating disorders, gynecological care, college health, youth in detention and obesity. There is recognition that there are real opportunities to expand and diversify in a variety of directions aside from those strong and well respected programs already in place. Support for growth in this division is solid.
Qualified candidates need to be Board Certified in Adolescent Medicine and have a minimum of 7-10 years of experience. Strong leadership and visionary skills, collegiality, energy and creativity are essential for success.
Please send resumes to Pat Anderson at email@example.com or 973-605-1000.
CLINICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTORS
Vice President Development
Our client, a 510 bed teaching hospital serving nearly 500,000 residents on Staten Island has a need for a Director of Development. Our client provides an extensive array of health care services including a Level I Trauma Center with over 70,000 emergency room visits, the busiest maternity service on Staten Island with over 3,000 deliveries, a Level III Perinatal Center and a New York State Designated Stroke Center.As an academic teaching hospital, they maintain a very busy training commitment with residency affiliations with New York Medical College and Downstate Medical Center as well as a number of fellowship programs.
As a member of the senior leadership team, the Executive Director, ED, of the Foundation is responsible and accountable for the overall creation, management and operations of a comprehensive fundraising program to provide maximum philanthropic support. The ED (corollary title is VP for Development) reports directly to the President and CEO and relates closely with the Chair of the Foundation Board of Trustees. The ED oversees all fundraising and development activities including: Annual Giving, Major Gifts, Planned Giving, Capital Campaigns, Grants, and Special Events, including the annual Gala and Golf events.
A bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree in a management discipline is preferred. A CFRE (Certified Professional Fund Raiser) credential is desirable. Candidate must have a minimum of ten years of successful fundraising experience, preferably in healthcare, (education and social services will be considered), and a history of career growth and progressive experience in leading a comprehensive fundraising program.
Qualified candidates please contact Laurie Bryan at 973-605-1000 ext.20 or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Clinical and Translational Research, Neonatology
Unique opportunity to join a prominent neonatology private practice in collaboration with a premier regional tertiary health system in Northern NJ. The Director of Clinical and Translational Research will mentor and lead research in a group of 13 neonatologists with the majority having a demonstrated commitment to research and quality improvement.
The practice’s rapidly evolving infrastructure currently consists of a state of the art pre-clinical lab with a full time dedicated nurse research coordinator, 9 PhD scientists, Director of Research Communication, NIH funding, IT database coordinator, a full time PhD grant and technical writer and postdoctoral fellow.
The ideal candidate will be an MD neonatologist with 7- 10 years of clinical and research experience, a track record of funding, and demonstrated leadership abilities to advance this unique partnership’s commitment to research.
Qualified candidates please contact Laurie Bryan at 973-605-1000 ext. 20 or email resume: email@example.com