Join UNC Nash as their Vice President of Medical Affairs, Chief Medical Officer. This leadership position will provide professional guidance on matters relating to medical care and the medical staff and will advance the clinical practice performance of the medical staff.
This Vice President serves as the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Nash UNC Health System. As CMO, he or she will provide professional guidance to medical staff and senior executive leadership and the Governing Board on matters relating to medical care and the medical staff, including physician business relationships and employed physicians. In cooperation with leadership of Nash UNC Health System, the CMO will provide senior executive leadership in facilitating medical staff interactions within the physician governance structures to facilitate demonstration of quality and compliance with CMS, The Joint Commission and other regulatory agencies. The VPMA will manage and advance the clinical practice performance of the medical staff. This Vice President will also serve as the Chief Medical Information Officer by facilitating improvements in electronic health record utilization, documentation, and data management.
Nash Health Care is a non-profit hospital authority comprised of five licensed hospitals totaling 403 beds: Nash General Hospital, Nash Day Hospital, the Bryant T. Aldridge Rehabilitation Center, Community Hospital and Coastal Plain Hospital. It serves Nash, Edgecombe, Halifax, Wilson and Johnston counties, but draws patients from beyond these areas as well.
Internal Number: 1001
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UNC Health Care is a not-for-profit integrated health care system owned by the state of North Carolina and based in Chapel Hill. Originally established Nov. 1, 1998, by N.C.G.S. 116-37, UNC Health Care currently comprises UNC Hospitals and its provider network, the clinical programs of the UNC School of Medicine, and nine affiliate hospitals and hospital systems across the state.
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