Presbyterian Healthcare Services (Presbyterian) is a not-for-profit system of hospitals, a health plan and a growing medical group. For more than 100 years, Presbyterian has been committed to a single purpose -- improving the health of the patients, members and communities they serve. One of America’s top 10 integrated delivery networks, Presbyterian is comprised of an eight-hospital system, a multi-specialty physician group and the largest health insurance plan in New Mexico. Presbyterian has combined net revenues of approximately $3.0 billion and is in a very strong financial position.
Presbyterian’s hospitals, physicians, caregivers and insurance plans serve more than 730,000 New Mexicans, caring for one in three New Mexicans with at least one of its services.
Presbyterian Medical Group
Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG), one of New Mexico’s largest systems of healthcare providers, with approximately 800 providers across 50 different specialties, offers care at more than 100 clinics throughout the state. Each year, PMG clinics handle more than 1,200,000 patient visits.
Presbyterian Health Plan and Presbyterian Insurance Company, Inc., serve nearly 470,000 members throughout New Mexico (collectively referred to as “Presbyterian Health Plan”, “PHP” or the “Health Plan”). Presbyterian Health Plan is New Mexico's largest locally owned health plan and offers a full spectrum of health insurance choices to meet the diverse needs of New Mexicans, and brings 28 years of experience in managed care. Presbyterian Health Plan is consistently one of New Mexico’s top-ranked health plans in Commercial, Medicare and Medicaid.
The President of Presbyterian Medical Group is responsible for the overall strategic initiatives and operations of the direction of the 1000 provider group practice and as an active member of the Presbyterian senior leadership team. S/He is expected to work in part independently, using discretion and to make decisions on behalf of the Presbyterian Medical Group and the broader Presbyterian Healthcare Services. The President will prioritize access, clinician experience, patient experience, financial performance, provider and staff engagement, and quality and safety.
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