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Hospital - Chief Operating Officer

Company: COORS Leadership Capital
Location: Glasgow
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

COORS Leadership Capital invites you to explore an outstanding opportunity for the Chief Operating Officer at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, a Joint Commission, award-winning hospital focused on providing the community with the latest in technological advances and medical innovations. Frances Mahon is a 25-bed rural, Critical Access Hospital. The COO is responsible for fostering an environment and culture that enables the hospital to fulfill its mission, vision, and meeting or exceeding its goals, conveying the hospital's mission, vision values to all staff, holding staff accountable for performance, motivating staff to improve performance, recognize and reward performance, and being responsible for the operation of measurement, assessment and improvement of the hospital's performance. The COO will support the CEO in implementing the strategic plan. Implementation of the strategic plan will be documented in the COO Leader Evaluation Management Tool; these goals and implementation strategies will be cascaded down to the departments that report to the COO all with the common goal of supporting the overall strategic plan. Our client is seeking a candidate that will continue to foster a culture of excellence, accountability and superb patient care; as well as, enhancing ties to the community and building lasting relationships.
COO candidates must possess:

  • Ability and desire to support the CEO in caring out the strategic vision and goals of FMDH.
  • Ability to navigate and guide the responsible departments through a significant change process, to include the transition to value-based care.
  • Ability to help an organization and responsible departments through the nationwide staffing challenges.
  • Working knowledge of all relevant regulatory compliance and certification standards for CAH, and ACOs.
  • Demonstrated leadership, communication and executive management skills
  • Ability to manage diverse relationships between board members, physicians, management, employee groups, and the community is required
  • In depth understanding of financial management, operations, strategic needs, and interventions at the facility level is required
  • Must be able to motivate, inspire, and communicate with individuals and groups
    Desired Qualifications:
    • Master's Degree in Hospital Administration (MHA), Business Administration (MBA), Public Health (MPH), or MS in Health Administration for Business Administration or related field is recommended, not required
    • A minimum of 5 years of Executive level experience, including 5 years in healthcare administration.
    • Exceptional employee and physician relations skills are required.
    • Exceptional leadership skills and a hands-on visible approach to staff management and interaction are required.
    • Exceptional financial acumen and operations management expertise are required.
    • Knowledge in the use of Leader Evaluation Management Tool, preferred.
    • Experience in working in a value-based market.
      • Director of Radiology
      • Director of Laboratory
      • Director of the Glasgow Clinic
      • Director of Rehabilitation Services
      • Home Oxygen/DME Staff
      • Director of Chemotherapy/ Visiting Clinics
      • Director of Risk Management/ Infection/ Control Performance Improvement
      • Director of Audiology
        Core Values:
        • COMMITMENT: Our utmost commitment is to continuously improve the quality of services provided to our customers. It is our intent to be accountable to our customers through an organized quality improvement effort.
        • COMPASSION: Our first responsibility is to our patients. Our staff will show compassion and be responsive to their needs, regardless of race, creed or ability to pay.
        • INNOVATION: Creativity and innovation will guide our thinking. Flexibility will be the key to our success in a rapidly changing environment, while remaining responsive to our customers' needs.
        • STEWARDSHIP: We will manage our resources- technical, financial, human and natural- to support our commitment to high quality patient care both now and in the future.
        • COMPETENCE: Our employees are our greatest resource. By our investment in their personal and professional growth, our ability to provide a healing environment for our patients is enhanced.
        • COMMUN/CATION: An essential ingredient to providing quality patient care is communication with patients, with family and with healthcare team members. Our staff will communicate in an open, honest and respectful manner, seeking first to understand before being understood and focusing on the well-being of the patients we serve.
        • COOPERATION: We believe in building relationships with our community. We work together with schools, businesses and public entities to improve the health of those we serve.
          Glasgow, Montana maintains its roots as a busy agricultural and commerce hub in Northeastern, Montana. This small town has much to offer the traveler and families relocating from another area. Although we are small, we have a diverse history and a growing future. While in Glasgow, visit the Valley County Pioneer Museum showcasing fossils, Indian artifacts, railroad, early business, aviation, and wildlife collections. The Glasgow area is full of scenic rolling plains and open farmland. Many roads lead to Fort Peck Lake through the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Bugling elk, herds of mule deer, red fox and coyotes call this place home.

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