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Chief Medical Officer - Lehigh Valley Hospital Cedar Crest
Lehigh Valley Health Network
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Posted: 01-Oct-21

Location: Allentown, Pennsylvania

Type: Full Time

Required Education: MD/DO

Salary: Competitive compensation


Medical Officer


Hospital, Public and Private
Health Care System
Integrated Healthcare Delivery System

Internal Number: 510452165

About Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) (parent organization). This is truly an extraordinary time to join the Lehigh Valley Health Network. LVHN emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic with exceptional care providers and financial strength. The network opened our newest hospital in July 2021 and currently has two new hospitals under construction. In addition, a significant network ambulatory expansion is underway. LVHN serves nine counties in eastern Pennsylvania with nine hospital campuses, nearly 2,000 inpatient beds and $4 billion in revenue, more than 275 physician practice locations, 25 health centers and 20 ExpressCARE locations. LVHN also has the regions only Children’s Hospital and three clinical institutes: Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute, Lehigh Valley Heart Institute and Lehigh Valley Institute for Surgical Excellence. Each serves as a hub of innovation, research, and education, to give patients access to world-class care, advanced surgery, research, and clinical trials. LVHN continually goes the extra mile in furthering its mission to heal, comfort and care for the people of our community by providing advanced and compassionate health care of superior quality and value su...pported by education and clinical research. Each one of LVHN’s 20,000 colleagues contributes to this mission and helps make the communities they serve healthier – and better – places to live. LVHN is one of the nation's most respected health networks, offering comprehensive care in 95 clinical specialties. This care is complemented by clinical research and education, including a medical school partnership with the University of South (USF) Florida Morsani College of Medicine that is preparing the doctors of tomorrow. LVHN Core Values: • Compassion: Be kind. Listen, show respect and foster a sense of belongs for all • Integrity: Do what’s right. Act ethically and honestly, and communicate with transparency • Collaboration: Be a good partner. Create exceptional experiences in a safe and secure environment • Excellence: Achieve the best outcomes. Focus relentlessly on innovation and superior results. LVHN Awards, Recognitions and Commitment to Quality LVHN annually receives national recognition through awards and accreditation from organizations such as U.S. News & World Report, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, and many others. U.S. News & World Report once again ranked Lehigh Valley Hospital–Cedar Crest as Southeastern Pennsylvania’s No. 1 regional hospital in its Best Hospitals list. This is the seventh straight year Lehigh Valley Hospital has been ranked No. 1 by U.S. News, which also has recognized the hospital nationally among America’s Best Hospitals in various medical specialties 23 times since 1996. U.S. News recognized LVH as “high performing” in seven common adult specialties and eight common adult procedures and conditions. Demonstrating LVHN’s commitment to nursing excellence and quality patient care, Lehigh Valley Hospital earned Magnet designation – the highest honor an organization can receive for quality nursing care - for the fifth time, a feat accomplished by fewer than 25 national and international health care facilities. Only 8 percent of hospitals in the nation hold this honor, and LVHN is the only Magnet® hospital in the Lehigh Valley. In 2020, LVHN was certified as a Great Place to Work.™ Certification is a significant achievement. Using validated employee feedback gathered with Great Place to Work’s rigorous methodology, certification confirms that seven out of 10 employees have a consistently positive experience at LVHN. The Leapfrog Group named LVH–Cedar Crest a Top Teaching Hospital for achievements in patient safety and quality. About 2,100 hospitals were considered for the award, and this year 56 teaching hospitals received this honor, including four PA hospitals. Leapfrog has honored Lehigh Valley Hospital (LVH)–Cedar Crest and LVH–Pocono with an “A” Hospital Safety Score. LVHN is an active participant in Vizient, which includes the nation’s most respected academic medical centers and university hospitals. In 2017, LVH-Cedar Crest was one of only 12 organizations in the United States to win the Vizient Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD, Quality Leadership Award – when LVHN was ranked 8th overall nationally. This award is given annually to academic medical center and community hospital members that demonstrate superior performance, as measured by the Vizient Quality and Accountability Study. LVHN is one of just eight health care organizations across the U.S. to achieve a Level 10 designation in the College of Healthcare Information Management Executive’s (CHIME) 2020 Healthcare’s Most Wired survey, which assesses how effectively health care organizations apply technology to support clinicians and patients. LVHN is recognized as a Leader on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Healthcare Equality Index (HEI) 2020. HEI is the national benchmarking tool that evaluates health care facilities’ commitment to the equity and inclusion of their LGBTQ patients, visitors and employees. LVHN Hospitals Lehigh Valley Hospital (LVH)-Cedar Crest is the ~800 bed flagship academic medical center of Lehigh Valley Health Network LVH-Cedar Crest FY21 Key Statistics Beds ~800 Admissions 38,500 Surgical cases 37,500 Radiology procedures 465,000 ER visits 105,000 Cardiovascular invasive procedures 5,100 Births 3,250 Net Patient Revenue $2.1B Physicians 1538 -Active 1496 -Employed 984 Recognized by US News and World Report as the #1 Hospital in Lehigh Valley for seven straight years, LVH-Cedar Crest is a combined adult Level I and pediatric Level II trauma center with 800 inpatient beds and $2 billion in revenue. Highlighted services include: • Level I Trauma Center • Pennsylvania’s largest emergency department • Open-heart surgery (including LVAD and ECMO) • Kidney and pancreas transplant programs • Comprehensive Stroke Center • Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital • Children’s ER • Level IV NICU • Regional Burn Center • John and Dorothy Morgan Cancer Center • Inpatient Rehabilitation Center • Diagnostic Care Center In addition to its recognition from U.S. News, LVH-Cedar Crest has received national awards and designations identifying the hospital as one of the nation’s best. These include: • Magnet® hospital for nursing excellence • Leapfrog Group “A” grade for patient safety • Leapfrog Group Top Teaching Hospital • Best Workplace in Health Care & Biopharma from Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine • HealthCare’s Most Wired • Leader designation on the LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Index by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation Lehigh Valley Hospital-17th Street in Allentown is a community neighborhood hospital in the heart of Allentown’s West End offering a variety of health care services including: o Emergency Medicine o Magnet® recognized Inpatient Care o Ambulatory Surgery Center o Rehabilitation Hospital o Community clinics o Breast Health Services Lehigh Valley Health Network-Tilghman in Allentown serves as a home for the Center for Orthopedic Medicine, urgent care services and surgery services. Highlighted services include: o Center for Orthopedic Medicine o Ambulatory Surgery Center o ExpressCARE Urgent Care o Magnet® recognized • Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg in Bethlehem features all private inpatient rooms and a vast array of health care services. The hospital consists of 224 staffed beds and has total operating revenue of nearly $400 million. Highlighted services include: o Behavioral Health o Invasive cardiology, EP and open-heart surgery programs o Primary Stroke Center o Family Birth and Newborn Center o Magnet® recognized o Level II NICU o LVHN Cancer Center at Lehigh Valley Hospital–Muhlenberg • Lehigh Valley Hospital–Hecktown Oaks – Located in Lower Nazareth Township in Northampton County, is LVHN’s newest hospital (opened in July 2021). LVH-Hecktown Oaks includes a 200,000-square-foot acute care hospital, 35,000-square-foot Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute, 61,000-square-foot medical office building and an emergency department caring for adults and children, including an area dedicated just for children. The campus serves people of all ages and offers advanced surgery, imaging, emergency, orthopedic and cancer care. • Lehigh Valley Hospital-Hazleton in Luzerne County, formerly Hazleton General Hospital, has 150 beds. Highlighted services include: o Level IV Trauma Center o Gunderson Rehabilitation Center o Primary Stroke Center o Family Birth and Newborn Center o LVHN Cancer Center–Hazleton • Lehigh Valley Hospital-Schuylkill in Pottsville, PA. Highlighted services include: o Acute Rehabilitation o Advanced Wound Center o Behavioral Health Services (senior, adult, adolescent) o Family Birth and Newborn Center o LVHN Cancer Center–Schuylkill • Lehigh Valley Hospital-Pocono in Monroe County. Highlighted services include: o Level III Trauma Center o ESSA Heart and Vascular Center o Family Birth and Newborn Center o Level III NICU o Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center • Coordinated Health - In December 2019, Coordinated Health became part of LVHN. Coordinated Health includes 22 locations throughout eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including two hospitals and two ambulatory surgery centers. Over the years, Coordinated Health expanded the services it provides to include cardiology, endocrinology, primary care, women’s health and more. Together, LVHN and Coordinated Health offer the highest orthopedic success rates in the region. Highlighted services include: o Orthopedics o Orthopedic Injury Centers o Physical therapy o Sports performance o General surgery Future Hospital Campus Additions LVHN is building three new hospital campuses: Dickson County – LVHN’s first hospital facility in Scranton, the Dickson City campus will feature a new 100,578-square-foot hospital that will be connected to an existing medical office building that serves as the home of Coordinated Health Scranton Orthopedics. The hospital will have an orthopedic and surgical specialty focus and feature the following: o An 18-bay emergency department o 24 private inpatient beds (with the option to open additional beds in the future) o Seven operating rooms and two procedure rooms o Helipad available for any necessary critical-care transports Opening is anticipated in the summer of 2022. Lehigh Valley Hospital–Carbon - LVHN’s first hospital in Carbon County will be located in Mahoning Township near Lehighton. The hospital will cover 100,000 square feet and include the following: o Radiology and advanced imaging, including MRI o Inpatient and outpatient surgical services o Full-service emergency department including a helipad o Cardiology o Breast Health Services o Rehab services o Cancer services o Telemedicine services Opening is anticipated in the spring of 2022. Lehigh Valley Hospital-Pocono West – This hospital campus, located along Route 715 in Tannersville, Pa., will serve the citizens of western Monroe County. A wide range of services will be provided included emergency care, inpatient care, advanced imaging, rehabilitation services and more. Groundbreaking for this project is expected to take place in 2021. Additional Ways Lehigh Valley Health Network Provides Exceptional Care Lehigh Valley Reilly Children's Hospital is the only children’s hospital in the Lehigh Valley. The Children’s Hospital offers both inpatient and ambulatory care, a Children’s ER, the J.B. and Kathleen Reilly Children’s Surgery Center in Salisbury Township, more than 30 pediatric specialists and numerous child-specific services such as rehab and burn care. Health Centers throughout the region include community health centers offering doctors' offices and lab and imaging services at convenient locations in Bangor, Bath, Bartonsville, Bethlehem Township, Blakeslee, East Stroudsburg, Easton, Emmaus, Fogelsville, Frackville, Hamburg, Kutztown, Macungie, Moselem Springs, Mountain Top, Palmer Township, Quakertown (in partnership with Grand View Hospital), Richland Township, Trexlertown, and West End, as well as health and wellness centers, which also include fitness facilities at Cedar Crest, Hazleton and Muhlenberg. ExpressCARE includes 20 ExpressCARE locations offer walk-in, no-appointment care, as does the region’s only Children’s ExpressCARE in Palmer Township. Lehigh Valley Physician Group (LVPG) is among the nation’s highest performing medical groups. LVPG was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit subsidiary of LVHN. More than 2,000 physicians and advanced practice clinicians are employed by the health network through LVPG. LVPG includes more than 275 practice locations in eastern Pennsylvania. LVPG practitioners perform more than 3 million visits annually in their practices, hospitals and other affiliated locations. Additional services include: Lehigh Valley Pharmacy Services; Imaging; Home Care; HNL Lab Medicine; and Work Wellness. Academic Affiliation and Undergraduate Medical Education LVHN is a regional clinical campus of University of South Florida's (USF) Morsani College of Medicine and an accredited member of the nation’s Council of Teaching Hospitals. The physicians and staff of LVHN have a long-standing commitment to excellence in medical education. The SELECT medical education program, co-created by the USF Morsani College of Medicine and LVHN, is preparing students to take a leadership role in the accelerating pace of change in health care. SELECT stands for Scholarly Excellence, Leadership Experiences and Collaborative Training. Students in the program (~50 per year) spend their first two years learning in a highly progressive, student-centered medical school - the USF Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa, Florida. They then spend their final two years learning inside LVHN’s technologically advanced health network, which is recognized nationally for quality, safety, and collaborative care. The program strives to create an atmosphere where learning will flourish. LVHN also offers electives for numerous fourth-year medical students from LCME- and AOA-accredited medical schools as well as clinical training/experience for hundreds of nursing students each year. Graduate Medical Education For nearly 100 years, LVHN has had independent residency programs in support of our academic mission and commitment to education. LVHN has a vibrant and growing GME program, with nearly 350 residents and fellows in 28 ACGME accredited clinical programs. Research LVHN’s Network Office for Research and Innovation (NORI) leads an active clinical research program in support of the health system’s clinical enterprise, with more than 400 active clinical trials and an affiliation (one of only 3-member health systems) with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Alliance.
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