Current Searches – Executive Healthcare Recruiters
Read below to discover some of the open positions available through Coker Group, click on the position to see full details. If you see something you’re interested in, please contact us.
Lexington Medical Center (LMC) is a 428-bed hospital in West Columbia, South Carolina. It anchors a health care network that includes six community medical centers and employs a staff of more than 6,500 health care professionals. The network also has cardiovascular and oncology care affiliated with Duke Health, an occupational health center, the largest skilled nursing facility in the Carolinas, an Alzheimer’s care center and more than 65 physician practices. LMC operates one of the busiest Emergency departments in South Carolina, treating nearly 85,000 patients each year. The hospital delivers more than 3,500 babies each year and performs more than 23,000 surgeries. Lexington Medical Center is currently undergoing the largest hospital expansion in South Carolina history by creating a new patient tower that will open in 2019. Lexington Medical Center has a reputation for the highest quality care.
They have been named Columbia’s “Best Place to Have a Baby”, “Best Hospital” and one of the “Top 25 Best Hospitals to Work for in the U.S.” Honors all made possible by a dedicated, talented team of healthcare professionals and staff.
An exciting opportunity to build and lead a physician coding organization for their large network. Great potential to be part of a growing and dynamic organization that is a leader in the local market.
EAMC is a 340-bed, regional referral hospital, located in Opelika, Alabama, that serves a six-county area and employs nearly 3,000 employees. Among the many services that EAMC and EAMC-Lanier provide are open-heart surgery and cancer treatment, both of which are highly acclaimed specialties at EAMC.
Reporting to the Vice President of Human Resources and overseeing a team of 14, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for administering Human Resources policies and practices for the organization. The HR Director will work closely with the HR Vice President to drive department strategy and develop the Human Resources department into an efficient, high performing operation, which effectively supports all of its constituency groups.
The financial leader will be part of a dynamic faith-based health system that is on the forefront of value-based care and payment reform in Omaha, Nebraska. They will have the opportunity to be innovative in setting and operationalizing strategy, while developing a team that reports to them. They will influence the financial planning of 15 hospitals in the region, and gain high visibility across the CHI national health system leadership team. The right person in this role has the opportunity to advance quickly to a system-wide C-suite role in a few years. There is also a very aggressive compensation package associated with this position.
The role of the Clinical Care Manager is to coordinate continuity of care for patients often as a liaison between the patient’s family and healthcare organization, ensuring that the proper treatment is administered at the appropriate time to maximize health and well-being while also minimizing the need for hospitalization. The Care Manager strives to promote self-managed care and the use of healthcare resources in the most cost-effective way possible, working with patients of all ages and conditions, but primarily focusing on a specific population. The individual in this position has overall responsibility for overseeing the clinical plan of care to conform to evidence-based practice and regulatory requirements. This position integrates care coordination, utilization management, and discharge planning.
Coker Group company has been retained to conduct a search for a Radiation Oncologist for Northside Hospital located in Atlanta, Georgia. Northside Hospital is a three not-for-profit hospital system, located in Atlanta, Forsyth and Cherokee, with a total of 868 licensed beds throughout North Metro Atlanta, Georgia. The Radiation Oncologist for Northside Hospital will be joining a collegial established team and a physician enterprise that believes strategic success is a planned action.
Extensive peer review of every treatment case, comprehensive physics and dosimetry quality assurance processes, and a multi-disciplinary safety and education team are just a few of the outstanding NHCI programs continually monitoring and improving our intricate treatment planning and delivery system as a whole. According to their philosophy, safety and quality are always interrelated and are never afterthoughts: delivering the highest achievable quality of treatment with optimal safety is their paramount goal for every individual entrusted to their care.
If interested please contact Kelley Dunn, MBA, FACHE Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 770-298-0272
Northside Hospital, is a three not-for-profit hospital system, located in Atlanta, Forsyth and Cherokee, with a total of 868 licensed beds throughout North Metro Atlanta, Georgia. The Manager of Clinical Quality Data (MCQ) for Northside Hospital will report to the Director of Patient Care Clinical Quality and Systems. The MCQ will manage and coordinate meaningful use initiatives as defined by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in collaboration with Information Systems Regulatory Compliance Manager and Clinical leadership. Responsible for ensuring that clinical documentation meets quality, compliance and regulatory standards for nursing and ancillary services. Manage the Patient Care Systems activities, quality reporting and training recommendations related to regulatory requirements. Responsible for the planning and execution of patient care projects related to meaningful use and the joint commission (TJC) standards. This position is responsible for the interpretation of MU definitions and other regulatory standards and responsible for leading teams in collaboration with information technology (IT) and operational leadership to facilitate the implementation of regulatory and MU requirements.
The successful candidate will be joining a collegial leadership team and a physician enterprise that believes strategic success is a planned action. Professional knowledge in healthcare delivery systems and management to include theory, practice and administration in order to direct planning and implementation at a level normally acquired through the completion of a B.S.N. in Nursing or a closely related field is required. Approximately five years of progressively more responsible related work experience is necessary along with a minimum of three years management experience of electronic health records (EHR) implementation and optimization projects.