Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Cascade Medical Center - Leavenworth, WA

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DESCRIPTION

Chief Operating OfficerThis key "C" position is responsible for overseeing the clinical (acute, ED, ancillary, operations support and non-physician staff of the family practice clinic) of Cascade Medical. Will work closely with CEO to develop and then assume responsibility for executing goals and objectives of the strategic plan related to those services. Will have oversight of organizational innovation strategies. Will support the strategic direction, business principles, shared values and behavioral standards, policies and procedures, and code of conduct in all business and professional relationships. Develops and maintains strong working relationships with medical staff and provides oversight for quality initiatives and outcomes. Responsible for strategic facility site planning. Will serve as the executive leader during CEO absences as directed by the CEO.

DUTIES

In addition to the above summary of key activities, will: Ensure regulatory and legal compliance in areas of responsibility.Provide leadership and guidance to ancillary, support and clinical services department directors to achieve our mission and vision.Achieve budgetary compliance, and accurately reporting on variances and the development of correction plans.Develop programs to ensure patient satisfaction in line with regulations and our Shared Values.Oversees the QI program to identify risk and risk prevention and ensuring compliance with DOH regulations.Develop a culture of improvement with a patient centric focus to ensure consistency throughout the organization.Oversees management of the physical plant and hospital grounds.

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum of Bachelor Degree in Hospital Administration or Business.Master Degree in Health Administration preferred.At least five (5) years executive operational healthcare experience in similar or larger healthcare organizations.Demonstrated leadership skills acquired through extensive managerial experience in a hospital environment.Proficient use of computer systems and database administration required to operationally manage and report on clinical, ancillary and support operations.Experience and skill in working in a union environment with a track record of maintaining positive employee relationships.Active affiliation with appropriate healthcare networks and organizations.Exceptional verbal, analytical and interpersonal skills which align with our Shared Values.Specific knowledge of public hospital district regulations related to organizational operations.Fully competent with laws applicable to hospital and clinic operations acquired through directly related experience in a similar setting.Please apply online, completing all fields, and upload a targeted cover letter with details about specific interest in this position, resume, salary history and list of 3 professional references. Although the closing date is June 15th, qualified candidates who apply early may be contacted during this posting period. In addition to the above summary of key activities, will: Ensure regulatory and legal compliance in areas of responsibility.Provide leadership and guidance to ancillary, support and clinical services department directors to achieve our mission and vision.Achieve budgetary compliance, and accurately reporting on variances and the development of correction plans.Develop programs to ensure patient satisfaction in line with regulations and our Shared Values.Oversees the QI program to identify risk and risk prevention and ensuring compliance with DOH regulations.Develop a culture of improvement with a patient centric focus to ensure consistency throughout the organization.Oversees management of the physical plant and hospital grounds.

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