Lexington, KY - Saint Joseph Hospital (SJH) and Saint Joseph East (SJE) seek a dynamic, experienced and progressive leader to serve as the Vice President of Medical Affairs (VPMA). Saint Joseph Hospital and Saint Joseph East are both part of the newly branded CHI Saint Joseph Health system.
Saint Joseph Hospital is a 433-bed, nationally renowned tertiary care center located in Lexington, KY and six miles south east of SJH is Saint Joseph East, a 233-bed community hospital that provides full spectrum care. Saint Joseph Hospital and Saint Joseph East have achieved national rankings for excellence for many of their clinical programs and are sites for minimally invasive surgery and advanced surgical robotics.
The VPMA will be responsible for enhancing overall quality, safety, and effectiveness of health care delivery and fostering positive relationships between Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph East, and market constituents. S/he will work to align medical staff goals with those of the hospitals, and ensure compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. S/he will work in concert with quality leadership to develop and implement standards and processes that improve the delivery of high quality, efficient care and evidence-based practice.
The VPMA will be a physician leader with strong leadership and clinical credibility with a commitment to high quality healthcare delivery and fostering integration and cohesiveness between Saint Joseph Hospital and Saint Joseph East. S/he will be a physician with appropriate board certification and experience in an administrative capacity as a VPMA or Chief Medical Officer.
For confidential nominations or expressions of interest, please contact Donna Padilla or Jason Petros through the office of Imran Ali at email@example.com.
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