Tampa, Florida

Description

Introduction

Executives thrive with us! HCA Healthcare is one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare services, comprising of over 180 hospitals and about 2,000 sites of care in 21 states and the United Kingdom. We are looking for a Division Assistant Chief Medical Officer- West FL for our HCA Healthcare team where excellence creates excellence.

Benefits

We are committed to providing our executives the support they need. At HCA Healthcare, we offer eligible colleagues an attractive benefit package that includes medical, wellbeing, dental and vision benefits along with some unique benefits including:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Flexible Spending
  • Paid Time Off (PTO) and Personal Leave
  • 401K (100% annual match - 3% to 9% of pay based on years of service)
  • Academic Assistance and Reimbursements for Tuition and Student Loans
  • Employee Discounts including Tickets, Retail, Mental Health Apps, Education Apps, Identity Theft Protection etc.
  • HomeAuto, and Pet Insurance
  • Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP)
  • Short Term Long Term Disability coverage
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Legal Benefits and lots more!

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HCA Healthcare has expanded our influence across the healthcare industry by investing $3.5 billion in capital improvements in recent years. Do you want to be an influencer in healthcare? Apply for our Division Assistant Chief Medical Officer- West FL role today!

Job Summary and Qualifications

The role of the Assistant Chief Medical Officer (ACMO) reports directly to the Chief Medical Officer (CMO). In association with the CMO, the ACMO is accountable for the direction, planning and coordination of all physician related activities to ensure the highest appropriate level of medical care is provided by the medical staff. The Associate Chief Medical Officer shall be appointed by the Chief Executive Officer from candidate recommendations of the Medical Staff Executive Committee and Chief Medical Officer.

What you will do in this role:

  • You will establish and implement standards of medical service, and programs for patient care, education, and research
  • You will provide professional support to the Medical Staff Executive Committee and the chairpersons of departments and sections of the medical staff
  • You will review and measure patient care effectiveness and lead improvement activities
  • You will assist in development of annual capital and operating budgets for functional areas for which the position has responsibility and monitors the performance of such areas in relation to approved budgets
  • You will serve as a member of the senior administrative leadership body of the Hospital (President’s Council) providing periodic updates and an annual report on the overall state of the medical staff to Hospital executives and the Board of Trustees
  • You will serve, as needed or assigned, on various committees, task forces, or other advisory capacities where medico -administrative matters are involved
  • You will assist in the supervision of performance improvement activities and ensures the proper conduct of Quality Review and PRO functions of the medical staff, as outlined in the Medical Staff Bylaws; Reports concerns according to the Performance Improvement plan as determined by the Medical Executive Committee to the appropriate reporting agencies
  • You will encourage communication and support for the officers of the medical staff, department chairmen, medical center staff, and assigned medical staff committees responsible for these hospital activities
  • You will actively participate in the development of the hospital’s strategic plan, business plan, needs analysis, physician manpower planning, and the implementation of new services to provide a continuum of services at the hospital
  • You will assists with the recruitment of well-qualified new medical staff members and oversees the orientation of new physicians and residents to the medical center
  • You will assists in the coordination of and ensures compliance of medical staff activity related to Medical Staff Bylaws, ethical compliance, corporate rules and regulations, and all external regulatory agencies including, but not limited to, JCAHO, PRO, Federal and State mandates
  • You will develop and maintain programs designed to promote and sustain positive medical staff relations; included in this responsibility is the interpretation and dissemination of information related to changing federal regulations and how they affect the Hospital and medical staff
  • You will represent the ideas of the medical staff and administration, resulting in actions that benefit the long-term success of all; works as an agent of change as it relates to stronger and more trusting relations between medical staff and Hospital administration
  • You will assist in providing liaison between the medical staff and the administrative functions of the Hospital in assigned areas to build consensus on critical issues, provide an interface in the development of new medical/clinical programs sponsored by the Hospital, and represent to the executive management the inputs and points of view of the medical staff
  • You will serve as ex-officio member of the Medical Staff Executive Committee and provides appropriate communication and support
  • You will serve as the hospital liaison in appropriate medical matters with the local medical community, organized medical societies, community organizations, and insurance companies
  • You will establish and maintain relationships with professional and other health care organizations at the local, state and national levels to achieve the medical center’s patient care, medical education and research objectives
  • You will maintain professional liaison with the medical staff, patient care services, and other various departments to ensure that patient care needs are effectively met
  • You will establish and/or maintain an informal collegial relationship with medical directors of other area hospital
  • You will perform other duties as assigned

What qualifications you will need:

  • Master’s degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or related field preferred
  • 5-10 years of experience in private practice required
  • Prior experience as a medical director required
  • Current and clear medical licensure in any US state
  • Current or past Board Certification required

HCA Healthcare (Corporate), based in Nashville, Tennessee, supports a variety of corporate roles from business operations to administrative positions. Like our colleagues in any HCA Healthcare hospital, our corporate campus employees enjoy unparalleled resources and opportunities to reach their potential as healthcare leaders and innovators. From market rate compensation to continuing education and career advancement opportunities, every person has a solid foundation for success. Nashville is also home to our Executive Development Program, where exceptional employees are groomed to take on CNO- and COO-level roles in our hospitals. This selective program focuses on ethics, leadership and the financial and clinical knowledge required of professionals at this level of the industry.

HCA Healthcare has been named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute for over a decade.  In recent years, HCA Healthcare spent an estimated $3.7 billion in cost for the delivery of charitable care, uninsured discounts, and other uncompensated expenses.

"Bricks and mortar do not make a hospital. People do."- Dr. Thomas Frist, Sr.
HCA Healthcare Co-Founder

If you're looking for a leadership opportunity that provides both personal satisfaction and professional growth, apply to join HCA Healthcare as a(an) Division Assistant Chief Medical Officer- West FL. Unlock your leadership potential with HCA Healthcare.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Tampa, Florida

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Guided by the principle that quality care begins with the warmth, compassion, and positive attitude of our employees, HCA has consistently proven to be the nation’s leading healthcare provider with the widest range of employment opportunities.

Since our founding over 40 years ago, HCA has grown in size and services with over 280 affiliate facilities in 20 states and England. Our family of nearly 190,000 strong is dedicated to developing innovative strategies and practices to better the human condition.

Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. Expert care, ethical conduct, innovative technologies, and best practices are the core of our resources. Through these, we strive to deliver high-quality, cost-effective, community-centric health care for approximately 18 million patients annually.

HCA has over 7000 open requisitions in hospitals, diagnostic, outpatient and business operations across 20 states in the U.S.

Our employment opportunities fill job classes in both patient care and business support services. While a majority of positions account for clinical backgrounds, HCA has many opportunities in supply chain and logistics, IT, engineering and technical, administrative and managerial, sales, finance and accounting, environmental, plant ops, HR and many more.

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