EXEC DIRECTOR-SURGICAL & PERIOPERATIVE SERVICES

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Location
Gary Indiana
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Nov 09, 2020
Closes
Dec 09, 2020
Ref
2020-6688
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Overview

Responsible for leading, developing, and growing the existing Surgical Services including Southlake Operating Rooms, Northlake Operating Rooms, Surgery Center, SPD, PACU, Endoscopy, and Joint Venture Endoscopy Center. Also, will own the development and continued improvement of operating performance for surgical services with an eye toward elevating already strong performance by instilling a culture of best practice performance and accountability. Immediate priorities for the Director, Surgical, and Perioperative Services include focus on the development of strategic growth agendas for each service line to capitalize upon opportunities for growth. Equally important will be analysis of current performance to elevate profitability, quality out comes, and patient and physician satisfaction.

Responsibilities

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS)

 

  • Works with the nursing staff, clinicians, physicians and general staff to identify and to improve major issues and operations effectiveness such as patient access as well as clinical throughout and their related processes and procedures via fostering cooperation and open communications with a continued focus on quality and improving the coordination and continuum of care.
  • Strives to create a culture of high reliability in clinical practices, to reduce variances that will improve both financial and operations efficiencies.
  • Works with the Methodist Physician Group to build trust, develop care pathways, and formalize rounding while implementing operational improvements to deliver efficient, high quality care.
  • Works with assigned reports to ensure the development and implementation of a sound departmental financial stewardship: Development and implementation of capital budget requests, operational plans, staffing levels talent delivery and strategic goals.
  • Responsible for measuring and driving positive outcomes for Patient Engagement.
  • Identifies, analyzes and implements cooperating policies and program standards, and ensures full documentation and compliance within all regulatory requirements, so that all assigned – departments comply with or exceed all regulatory requirements.
  • Strive to improve the overall management skills, improving the level of consistency and the application of policies throughout the system. Is a champion of nursing leadership development, career pathing and succession planning.
  • Ensures implementation of management systems and processes that reinforces the Methodist Hospitals’ integration of both Magnet and Studer Evidence Base Leadership framework creating a unique and desired culture.
  • Works collaboratively with the other Departments, playing a key role in the refinement of the operating structure, including both the procedures and staffing necessary to build a high performance team geared to meeting the established metrics.
  • Brings clarity to the goals and performance metrics by providing ongoing feedback, playing a key role in building the culture of accountability.
  • Performs other duties as needed and/or assigned.

Qualifications

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • A thorough understanding of the management of surgical services with a focus on process improvement.
  • Experience in a growth-oriented healthcare environment, with a focus on physician relationship building, service growth planning, and project management, which ideally includes new technological innovation, and inpatient and ambulatory focus.
  • Prior experience working closely with physicians, mentoring clinical leaders and managing the surgical operations.
  • Knowledge of finance, cost control, productivity enhancement and systems management with demonstrated success driving to quantitative goals.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and analyzing sound budgets and upholding financial stewardship with high levels of operational success.
  • Sensitivity to the complexities of providing care within and to a culturally diverse population.
  • A track record of achieving effective collaboration across organizational lines.

Leadership Competencies:

  • Detail oriented leader, who is decisive and capable of guiding all levels of staff in surgical operations.
  • A detail oriented leader capable of driving and executing operational plans.
  • An individual with the patience and perseverance to communicate a mission and vision, to drive long-term goals, and to undertake a step-by-step process to achieve them.
  • A leader who is highly visible and motivational and who is comfortable developing and delivering presentation to clinical and no-clinical audiences.
  • An individual who is approachable and comfortable in various settings who seeks varied perspectives with expert coordination facilitation, consultation and conflict resolutions skills.
  • An individual with the ability to gain and maintain credibility and trust with a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical groups.
  • An inclusive leader who leads with a collaborative, win-win leadership style.
  • An individual who seeks and embraces challenges and pushes all team members to achiever their fullest potential.
  • An individual with high standards, as well as eh energy and commitment to bring Methodist Hospitals to its full potential.

Personal Characteristics:

  • Will bring immediately recognizable leadership and decision-making qualities, self-direction and a hand-on and team committed approach.
  • Dedication to meeting internal and external customers’ needs, anticipating future needs of physicians and an appetite for modeling gold standard customer service behavior.
  • A positive and enthusiastic approach to listening to a broad range of needs and agendas across diverse stake holders, developing innovative and collaborate resolutions, all with a sense of humor
  • An adaptive nature with tan interest in modifying plans and objectives to naturally foster flexibility and innovation within staff.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop a strong surgical operations team, with a desire to educate colleagues and subordinates around Methodist Hospitals’ Mission and Values and an unparalleled interest in treating all associates and customers with respect, fairness, integrity and dignity.
  • Great energy, passion and capacity to improve performance while successfully managing multiple.

EDUCATION

 

All post high school education must have been obtained from a recognized College or University. Other majors or courses of study will be considered as meeting these requirements, as long as they are closely related to the essential functions of the position.

 

Degree/Diploma Obtained           Program of Study                     Required/Preferred

Bachelors                                               Nursing                                          Required

Masters                                                   Nursing                                          Preferred    

Education Requirements:  Masters in Nursing, Health Administration and Business preferred

 

EXPERIENCE

 

Other types of work experience will be considered as meeting these experience requirements, as long as they are closely related to the essential functions of the position.

 

Years of Experience                    Type of Experience                        Required/Preferred

            10                                Healthcare/Medical-Surgical Services        Required          

Experience Requirements:

Ten (10) years relevant work experience in Surgical Services and a successful track record of progressive line management in a health care delivery organization of similar size and complexity, with a preference for experience within a multi-site centered integrated health system a clinical field or in a related area is required.

  • Previous Charge Nurse experience and /or 2 years relevant leadership experience.
  • Prior P&L management.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience with a patient concern technology system.

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

 

Other certifications and or licensures may be considered as meeting any listed requirements, as long as they are closely related to the essential functions of the positon and satisfy any regulatory requirements.

 

Licensed Registered Nurse - Indiana

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