Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer for Valley Children's Medical Group, this position oversees primary care (pediatrics, obstetrics, urgent care) operations for Valley Children's. Key accountabilities include ensuring consistently timely access to care, optimal operational and financial performance, and exceptional customer experience throughout the network.
The incumbent will establish strong working relationships with Medical Directors and other key physician leaders, and have the ability to build and motivate high performing teams to deliver critical, visible results. This individual will have demonstrated ability to identify and execute on innovative solutions to complex operational challenges while achieving strong bottom line results.
The position requires travel at least two to three times per week throughout the regional area to fulfill these duties.
This position requires a Bachelor's Degree with a Master's Degree preferred. Minimum five (5) years experience in a healthcare operational setting with a minimum three (3) years of leadership experience required. Three (3) years operational management experience with profit and loss responsibility in a large primary care practice or network preferred. Technical competence in medical group operational management. Excellent communication, influencing and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to develop strong, collaborative relationships. Deep understanding of physician practice dynamics. Strong computer skills.
POSITION DETAILS: Full time exempt level position.
Valley Children’s Healthcare is dedicated to delivering excellence in quality and service to more than 1.3 million children living within our expansive 11-county service area. In pursuit of our vision to become the nation’s best children’s healthcare network, we are constantly looking at add new talent to our expanding network of more than 3,000 professionals.
We invite you to contact recruitme...nt services for assistance joining a dynamic team committed to our mission to provide high-quality, comprehensive healthcare services to children, regardless of their ability to pay, and to promote the health and wellbeing of children.