CLIN PRGM DIR CANCER CARE CTRS
To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
Responsible for directing all clinical operations of Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Center ambulatory services. Provides strategic and operational leadership for the clinical and administrative staff and operations of Smilow Care Centers. Leads planning and collaboration with other departments that support the Care Centers.
- Accountable for all facets of the operations including managing patient demand and throughput, patientsatisfaction, regulatory preparedness, quality improvement, physician satisfaction, employee satisfaction, business development and clinical integration.
- Responsible for promoting an operation and culture that focuses on patient - and family -centered care and on enhancing a world class model of cancer care both operationally and clinically.
- Directs clinical practices and programs in the network, assuring integration with Smilow standards of care and practices across the continuum of care. Collaboratively defines models of clinical practice, determines nursing and other staff resources and education requirements and assures the highest quality standards for clinical practices across the all the assigned departments of Smilow Cancer Hospital.
- Oversees the Clinical program managers and direct caregiver and support staff in the Care centers; responsible to recruit, mentor and develop new managers and leaders as necessary.
- Coordinates initiatives to measure and improve the quality of clinical programs.
- Participate in YNHH committees as appropriate to represent the Smilow Cancer Hospital.
- Provide leadership at the senior level of Smilow Cancer Hospital administration.
- Maintain a collaborative relationship with the medical, clinical and administrative leadership of Smilow Cancer Hospital. Participate on an ongoing basis in the strategic planning process of the service line.
- Works in partnership with the Chief Medical Officer of the Network to lead program and service development at each Care Center and in collaboration with local providers.
BSN or healthcare related bachelor's degree required. Masters Degree in healthcare field strongly preferred.
Candidates without a Masters degree will be expected to complete it within 2 years of appointment
Minimum of 8 years of progressive experience in healthcare leadership along with significant operational
Strong leadership skills including demonstrated ability to collaboratively inspire and motivate individuals and groups
also being decisive and taking action on critical issues. Excellent verbal and written communications skills .
Demonstrated ability to be equally effective with both large and small audiences as well as on a one -on-one level and to a wide range of constituencies.
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