Program Director, Neuroscience
Columbus Regional Healthcare System - Columbus, GA

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Columbus Regional Healthcare Systems, Inc.
Your Health. Our Mission.
Leadership development. Professional growth. Outstanding benefits. These are just a few examples of the tremendous support you†ll enjoy at Columbus Regional Healthcare System. And with a range of hospitals and facilities † as your career grows † you can enjoy both personal and professional satisfaction -- working with the area†s leader in Healthcare.

No matter where you are, you†ll find environments marked by the support, flexibility and development opportunities that have defined us in the community for over three decades.

Located in the West Georgia city of Columbus, Columbus Regional was established in 1986 as a not-for-profit health services organization, but its roots can be traced back to 1836 when the local hospital was a small wooden building on the banks of the Chattahoochee River.

We are currently seeking an organized and analytical professional to act as:
Program Director, Neuroscience
The Program Director develops and markets the Neuroscience Program for Columbus Regional and offers direct and indirect support to all physicians involved in the program. The incumbent will possess extensive knowledge of the program†s components; serving as a resource to the healthcare community on neurologic issues and interacting with patients, families and other doctors. A solid understanding of Center services, pricing, and payment for services is required; we are looking for a problem solver that can expand/enhance service lines. Must be organized and a good time manager.

Essential job parameters include:
Outlining program champion, clinic structure and mobilizing human, financial and material resources

Working collaboratively with other departments regarding diagnostic and treatment equipment/ scheduling; must communicate well † both verbally and in writing

Interacting with marketing department to develop new marketing materials in cooperation with Senior Management

Identifying outreach opportunities and seeking service improvements

Tracking/trending individual physician clinic patterns; working with monthly statistics to foster change and program development

Organizing new projects and ensuring work is done on time and on budget

Preparing annual operation and capital budgets

Working with Microsoft Office application

Interviewing, hiring, training and evaluating new program staff members

The successful candidate possesses a Bachelor†s of Nursing; Master†s degree is appreciated. Three years† clinical experience is needed with three years of management in a healthcare environment as well as certification by the GA State Board of Nursing. CPR certification is also required.

To view available positions and to apply, please visit: or email your resume to EOE

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