Administrative Director, Surgical Service Lines

Adventist Health Portland - Portland, OR3.8

30+ days ago
Adventist Health is more than an award-winning health system. We provide whole-person care to our communities and champion the greater good - from the operating room to the boardroom, we are driven by our unique passion to live God's love through health, wholeness and hope. From Oregon to Oahu, we have a calling to always do more. Now is your chance to apply your passion to our mission.

Adventist Health—Portland is a faith-based, not-for-profit health care network consisting of a 302-bed medical center, 34 medical clinics and home care and hospice services in the Portland metro area. Our full-service acute care medical center provides a full range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and diagnostic services to communities on the eastside. Our key services include cardiovascular care, emergency services, orthopedics, radiation oncology, surgery, imaging, rehabilitation and labor & delivery. We are staffed with more than 550 physicians, 1,900 employees and over 250 volunteers from our local communities.

Portland has 11,697 acres of parks, including Forest Park, which is the United States’ largest urban forest, at 5,157 acres. With 70 miles of trails, it’s a hiker, mountain biker and runner heaven. Other parks in town include a golf course, swimming pools, picnic areas and off-leash dog areas. Portland’s unofficial motto is “keep Portland weird.” The area fosters a sense of independence, creativity and nonconformity, while maintaining a highly earth-friendly environment. As of January 1, 2018, Adventist Health Portland announced an exciting agreement to integrate services with OHSU.

We're looking for someone to join our team as an Administrative Director, Surgical Service Lines who:

Creates and executes comprehensive strategy for all surgical services through the perioperative services departments and the various employed specialist or proceduralist clinics assigned to the service line. Oversees, directs and supervises leaders for all perioperative departments as well as the employed physician clinics. Assesses physician needs and plans for the recruitment and retention of all necessary physicians, whether employed or independent. Influences and facilitates change in collaboration with hospitals and physician practices. Supervises and directs the activities of various levels of assigned personnel using both professional and supervisory discretion and independent judgment.

Essential Functions:
Determines the strategic direction of all perioperative services programs and activities as well as the direction and strategy for all assigned specialty clinics. Works closely with executive and physician leadership to establish strategic priorities in recruitment and retention of procedural physicians and advanced practice providers. Acts as a key advisor to senior management on the development of overall policy and long-term strategy for the organization.
Continually assesses effectiveness of service line strategies and develops new and innovative services and programs that meet established and documented community needs. Ensures that approved strategic plans are fully and successfully implemented and reports regularly to the executive team on progress. Regularly surveys the market for new and enhanced revenue generation opportunities.
Accepts full accountability for all employee and physician engagement, human resources, cost and financial results and outcomes. Builds on existing perioperative benchmarks and targets to assess operational gains and to demonstrate the impact of services. Responsible for the quality and effectiveness of patient care delivered in the clinics by the employed physicians and support staff as well as in the perioperative environment by the clinical and support staff. Exercises independent judgment when recruiting, training, coaching, supervising and responsibly directing assigned staff.
Oversees perioperative and outpatient clinical quality outcomes and patient satisfaction through data registries, reports, indicators and accreditation functions, while collaborating with site quality and service leaders.
Collaborates with regional finance leadership to fulfill monitoring and reporting processes to ensure accurate and timely capture and reporting of revenue and expenses for the perioperative service line. Collaborates with other departments across the organization that intersect with and support the successful implementation of strategic and business plans for the perioperative service line. Builds effective connections with and coordinates actions and strategies to support community partners or affiliates.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

You'll be successful with the following qualifications:
Education

Bachelor’s Degree in business, healthcare or equivalent combination of education/related experience: Required
Master's Degree: Preferred

Work Experience

Ten years' healthcare experience: Preferred
Five years' leadership experience: Preferred
Three years' experience in managing a major surgical service line: Preferred

Required License/Certifications

Registered Nurse (RN) licensure in state of practice: Preferred