Chief Medical Officer Position near Lexington, KY

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Job Id 8319
Verified Date 08/13/2022
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Job ID: 8319

Practice Details

  • Seeking a Chief Medical Officer to serve as a transformational leader to move this hospital with 200+ licensed beds towards new levels of excellence in its relationships, clinical effectiveness, operational effectiveness and safety.
  • Through both formal and informal linkages between key stakeholders (board members, medical staff, affiliate staff, leadership) fosters team work and promotes evidence-based practice.
  • Align all facilities, medical staff relationships and functions.
  • Participate in defining and implementing the organization and medical staff strategic plan.
  • Provide administrative support to the Physician Recruitment Committee and the Credentials Committee as well as establishes goals and objectives for the development, establishment and coordination of comprehensive medical staff services.
  • Function as a member of the Quality of Care Committee to the Board and the Senior Leadership Team and routinely attends the Board of Director meetings.
  • Work closely with the organized medical staffs and their leaders, serving as a member of key committees such as the Peer Review Committee and others as requested.
  • Foster and contribute to a close and mutually beneficial relationship between the medical staffs, health system management and the Board of Directors.
  • Exhibit the F.I.R.S.T. Values (Friendliness, Innovation, Respect, Service, and Trust).

Minimum Qualifications or Equivalents

  • Board Certified M.D. or D.O. with course work in healthcare administration preferred.
  • Prior service as a Medical Staff Officer OR a minimum of three years in progressively responsible administrative/managerial healthcare positions.

 About Employer

  • 222-bed licensed bed not-for-profit regional medical center offering acute care and comprehensive outpatient services.
  • Currently has more than 100 physicians representing 38 specialties 
  • Voted "100 Greatest Community Hospitals in America" 
  • Only hospital in the state with three Gold Seals of Excellence from The Joint Commission for total hip and knee replacement and spine surgery.
  • Level III trauma center seeing 30,000 ED visits annually.
  • Two critical access hospitals in network, each facility is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital.

Services offered include:

  • Cardiac care, including cardiac catheterization laboratory/angioplasty
  • 24-hour emergency care (verification as a Level III Trauma Center)
  • Surgical services, including robotic and laser surgery
  • Robust Hospitalist group
  • Pulmonology services
  • Imaging and laboratory services
  • Cancer care
  • Behavioral Health Services, including geropsychiatric services
  • Heart & Vascular Institute
  • Critical care
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Pain Management Center
  • Sleep Disorders Center
  • Wound Healing Center
  • Kids Can Do Pediatric Therapy Center
  • Monitored Exercise Program
  • Diabetes & Endocrinology Center
  • Women’s Breast & Health Center
  • Home health

Community Details

  • Located approximately 35 miles southwest of Lexington and 75 miles southeast of Louisville.
  • Choose to live in Southern Lexington or live in beautiful suburb of Lexington.
  • Enjoy the lifestyle with appeal for all: families, young professionals or a single physician. 
  • The four-season moderate climate makes this community a great place to call home in a beautiful bluegrass setting. 
  • Excellent educational system as well as easy access to collegiate sports venues, cultural arts, recreational waters and parks, and airports.

Compensation Details

  • Competitive Guaranteed Salary
  • Comprehensive Benefit Package

Top Five Things to Do

  1. Immerse yourself in the remarkable and unexpected history in the "City of First".  The first Capital of Kentucky (1785), the first US Post Office west of the Alleghenies (1792) and the famed Dr. Ephraim McDowell was the first in the world to successfully remove an ovarian tumor in 1809.
  2. The Bourbon drinker will appreciate being located midway between Lexington and Louisville as locals like to call the Kentucky Bourbon Trail with each distillery within 90 miles.
  3. Come join the parties throughout the year as Danville and Boyle Country celebrate anything and everything including live brass band music, barbecue, rural heritage and history, the American Civil War, and more. 
  4. Paint you face blue and white and head to watch the country's best collegiate Kentucky Wildcats basketball or wear your favorite red and black to cheer for University of Louisville football on the weekends less than 90 miles away.
  5. Stroll downtown on Main Street where you can spend a leisurely day shopping in many of our beautiful shops featuring local artists, jewelry, clothing, primitives and fine teas or confections. Next, head over to Perryville to find a treasure trove of antiques and one-of-a-kind finds.

 

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