As a member of the executive leadership team reporting to the CEO of Bay Area Hospital (BAH), the Chief Quality Officer will have a unique opportunity to be the architect of the quality strategy and will have the freedom to build a team to support the quality division.
BAH is the medical center for Oregon’s South Coast, providing a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services, including the Prefontaine Cardiovascular Center
JCAHO accredited facility
Population health management strategies include a locally-owned Continuous Care Organization for Medicaid and an equity partner in an Accountable Care Organization
Opportunity to live in Oregon’s adventurous coast surrounded by water, mountains and beautiful golf courses
A proactive leader with a practical approach to problem solving with expertise in and a passion for performance improvement
Experienced in JCAHO readiness
Responsible for Infection Control, Trauma and Cancer registries, Quality Improvement, Accreditation Coordination, and other regulatory quality compliance initiatives
Master’s degree in quality improvement or a clinical field (preferred)
Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare field
Five plus years of experience in quality improvement in an acute care setting
Demonstrated leadership experience
Exceptional interpersonal skills
This executive search is led by Kathy Hall, Managing Director & Practice Leader, and Susan O’Hare, Managing Director & Senior Advisor, Gallagher MSA Search. Interested candidates, or those wishing to share referrals in confidence, contact Patricia McCollum, Senior Recruiter, at email@example.com.
About Gallagher MSA Search, on behalf of Bay Area Hospital, Coos Bay, OR
For more than 30 years, MSA has been a respected name in healthcare executive search. Gallagher MSA Search has a thorough understanding of the needs of healthcare organizations. Our unique process to source and select candidates ensures our clients get the right candidate for their organization. Our consulting staff bring decades of experience in placing qualified candidates in the healthcare industry.