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Calling all Nursing Leaders with hands on experience and strong leadership skills! If you love leading in a fast-paced, multispecialty environment, join our team at East Memphis Surgery Center as our Administrator! Note: Previous OR and leadership experience in an ASC space is required.
The Administrator is responsible for assuring that the daily operations of the facility comply with local, state, federal regulatory requirements and standards established by selected accrediting bodies. This role takes responsibility for daily accounting includes oversight over internal controls, management of cash, development and review of purchased services and maintenance contracts. In addition, the Administrator is responsible for the administration and supervision of all medical personnel and is accountable to the RVP of Operations for coordination of all medical care given and all related supporting services of the ambulatory surgical center and its personnel.
Through strong organizational skills, the Administrator shall direct the operation of the facility and use available resources to adequately maintain the physical property and equipment of the facility.
The Administrator shall develop, implement, monitor and evaluate the implementation of policies and procedures, which assure that cost effective, safe and high quality care is implemented. The Administrator shall oversee the development of short and long-range operational and capital budgets.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Assistance to surgeons through provisions of adequately prepared service team members.
Delegation of responsibilities and duties to professional, technical, and ancillary personnel.
Responsibility for performance evaluation of all department personnel.
Coordination of administrative duties to ensure proper functioning of the staff.
Coordination of the provision and control of materials, supplies, and equipment with the Director of Supply.
Coordination of activity within the O.R. suite.
Risk Manager Designee.
Motivates and empowers facility employees to meet the facility’s mission and purpose.
Facilitates the development of appropriate working relationships with the Governing Board, Partners, Medical Staff, Departmental leaders, and NSH, facility staff, patients , and family members.
Interviews, hires, counsels, and evaluates direct reports in an effective and timely manner.
Participates in regular leadership development and develops and implements programs for leadership development of facility managers.
Assures that systems are in place to comply with State, Federal, and accreditation standards.
Develops and manages the operating budget, capital budget and projections.
Develops, implements and oversees plans for cost effective operations.
Oversees the fiscal management of the facility to assure effective billing, collection, appeals, and accounts payable management.
Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor's degree in business or equivalent experience required with a minimum of four years supervisory/management experience.
State RN license is required
ASC experience is highly preferred
Knowledge of State, Federal and Accrediting Body regulations and standards related to healthcare.
Willingness to participate in goal-setting and educational activities for own professional advancement and that of others.
Experience in budgeting and personnel management
Evidence of continuing education, which is directly, related to the job specifications.
Internal Number: EMSC1
About East Memphis Surgery Center
Surgery Partners is a leading operator of surgical facilities and ancillary services with more than 180 locations nationwide. We provide exceptional integrated healthcare experiences between our providers and patients.