PeaceHealth is seeking a
Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Ketchikan Medical Center for a
1.0 full time equivalent
Exempt position. This position will be working
Day shift with shift durations of
Responsible for the operational and financial performance of assigned communities. Responsible for the development of an effective operational referral network and surrounding counties and areas in support of the Hospital Services critical access objectives and ensure safe evidenced based, compassionate care for patients. General responsibilities include the development of relationships with providers and facilities within the Hospital Services for the purposes of potential collaboration and/or shared services. Responsibilities also include planning/directing and the delivery of services consistent with PeaceHealths strategic plans, providing leadership for the development of healthcare services, promoting physician and community relationships and promoting management/employee behaviors that contribute to the achievement of the goals and objectives of PeaceHealth. Ensure that clinical support services are coordinated across staff, functions, and activities in order to improve patient care and clinical outcomes. Leads the operations and maintains accountability for the overall administration and management of both in providing efficient, high quality, patient/family focused care. Leads in the development of Hospital Services as state and national leaders of quality and safety standards for Critical Access Hospitals.
: Provides operational and financial leadership which results in a vibrant organization that is responsive to the needs of the communities it serves in a manner consistent with the mission, values, and vision of PeaceHealth.
: Develops an organizational culture that is values:driven and promotes positive, highly engaged, collaborative relationships among the various participants, (e.g., caregivers, patients, Board members, Network and System leadership, medical staff and community members, etc.) and is respectful of the dignity and worth of each person, particularly the most vulnerable.
: Responsible for operational referral network development. Develop relationships with facilities and providers in local community and the Hospital Services for the purposes of potential collaboration and/or shared services.
: Partner with the VP Strategy, Innovation and Planning to identify and respond to rural and regional strategic network development needs.
: Development and implementation of satellite clinics and offices as indicated.
: Foster and maintain effective relationships with PHMG and community providers that serve the facility.
: Provides strategic leadership which results in a dynamic organization that is responsive to the needs of the community in a manner consistent with the Mission and Values of PeaceHealth.
: Keeps the Governing Board informed regarding current trends, issues and matters of public policy. Provides leadership for: strategic planning, clinical excellence, personnel management, fiscal accountability, operational effectiveness, and positive relations with physicians, staff, patients and representatives of other departments in concert with Northwest Hospital Services strategic and operational goals.
Operations Strategies and Execution
: Provides for proactive development, communication and maintenance of strategic direction and long range plans (human resources, capital resources, financial, etc.), which are designed to meet the needs of the population in an affordable and quality manner.
: Develops budgets targets and ensur
Location: ketchikan, Skeena-Bulkley