CHI St. Vincent in Little Rock, Arkansas, announces an exciting opportunity for a physician executive to serve as the Market Vice President of Medical Affairs for CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, North and Morrilton facilities.
CHI St. Vincent is a regional health network serving the state of Arkansas for over 130 years. Headquartered in Little Rock, CHI St. Vincent’s network includes over 80 primary care and specialty care locations, 4 hospitals, home health, rehabilitation and surgery centers. With a network of 300+ affiliated physicians and the state’s largest group of cardiologists, CHI St. Vincent is committed to preserving existing physician relationships in the community, building new ones, and creating a strong statewide and regional physician network. CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, North and Morrilton facilities, totally almost 400-beds, includes a Level 2 Trauma Center and Centers of Excellence in Heart Care, Neurosciences, Cancer, Orthopedics and Urology. St. Vincent Infirmary has been named the top-rated hospital in Arkansas by U.S. News & World Report for the 5th consecutive year and named as one of the “100 Greatest Hospitals in America” for the 3rd consecutive year by Becker’s Hospital Review.
CHI St. Vincent’s next Vice President, Medical Affairs for the Little Rock market will provide leadership and direction to the medical staff at the three facilities. As a relationship-oriented and proven physician leader in driving quality and patient safety initiatives, the Vice President, Medical Affairs will strengthen CHI St. Vincent’s efforts in providing world class care and services within a cost-effective environment to best meet the needs of the community. The Vice President, Medical Affairs’ responsibilities will include direct involvement in, or oversight of, activities that improve clinical performance and patient safety, achieve timely conversion to evidence-based medicine and ensure compliance with corporate policies/bylaws and regulatory/accreditation requirements. The Vice President, Medical Affairs will foster positive and collaborative relationships between the medical staff and hospital administration to provide the best care in the right setting for the existing and growing patient population. The Vice President, Medical Affairs will work closely with CHI counterparts on medical affairs strategic planning and organization-wide initiatives and serve as a member of the CHI St. Vincent’s President’s Council.
Successful candidates will have demonstrated success serving in medical management roles within a hospital, preferably serving in an integrated health system. A dynamic and influential leadership style with excellent communication skills and demonstrated success in improving quality and safety outcomes are required. Current Board certification is required; an advanced degree is highly desirable.
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