Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator

Employer: 
Memorial Hospital
Location: 
Jacksonville, FL
Medical Field: 
Invasive CVT/Electrophysiology

Memorial Hospital is one of Northeast Florida's premier acute-care hospitals. Located in the heart of beautiful Jacksonville, Florida, our campus includes a 425 bed facility that is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. We are home to the first accredited Chest Pain Center in Northeast Florida. In early 2009, we opened our sate-of-the-art Heart Center. This new wing includes a new Cath Lab, a new EP lab with 3D mapping software and 24 pre/post procedure beds.  Our Cath Lab preforms over 6000 procedures a year.

We are actively searching for a Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator.  Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer, the Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator is responsible for the business development and serves as the liaison for all cardiovascular programs.  Areas of responsibility will include cardiovascular program development, operational efficiency, facilitation with physician integration, quality outcomes/patient and physician satisfaction, annual business planning, case management, and service line strategic planning/marketing. This individual will have direct line relationships with the cardiac cath labs, cardiovascular non-invasive services, and cardiac rehab.  This individual will have matrix relationships with the cardiovascular nursing areas, the cardiac O.R.s, ED, CVICU, SICU, vascular lab, radiology specials suite and community outreach.

Education: College Degree, Masters preferred (MSN, MBA or MHA)
Licensure: Current Registered Nurse license preferred

Experience: minimum of 5 (prefer 10) years in Cardiovascular Services, with at least half of those years in Cardiovascular leadership (prefer in a program with full Cardiovascular Services)

For consideration or more information, please contact Kathy Lonetto at kathy.lonetto@hcahealthcare.com
 

 

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