HCA, Hospital Corporation of America Chief Medical Officer (CMO) - Johnston Willis Hospital - Richmond, VA in Richmond, Virginia
Johnston-Willis Hospital Richmond, VA 23235
Size of Hospital:
292 bed facility, Level III Trauma Center
Johnston-Willis Hospital is an HCA affiliate member and a campus of CJW Medical Center. Combined with Chippenham Hospital, HCA is poised to serve the Richmond community with all of their healthcare needs.
Hospital Services: * 35,000 Annual ED Visits – Serving adults and pediatrics * Level III Trauma Center: o Accredited Emergency Chest Pain Center o Joint Commission Disease-Specific Certification for Chest Pain o Non-Invasive and minimally invasive diagnostic testing * Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center – the highest possible accreditation * First and only hospital in the US to be accredited and receive the Certificate of Distinction in the Management of Brian Tumors from the Joint Commission * Integrated Comprehensive Cancer Care Center * State-of-the-art Inpatient Rehabilitation Center located on our 5thfloor * 10,000 surgeries per year * Virginia Institute of Robotic Surgery – we perform more da Vinci® robotic surgeries than any other single facility in Central Virginia * One of only three hospitals in the nation to be designated as a Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery (COERS) by the Surgical Review Corporation * Comprehensive Women’s Health Center including: o 1,700 deliveries per year o Level III NICU o Advanced Neurology and Neurosurgery o Dedicated women’s health unit * Comprehensive Outpatient Imaging Services
Job Summary: * * The CMO leads clinical and quality initiatives that support the provision of consistent clinical performance and practice standards across the hospital; reviews quality performance with hospital leadership; facilitates the analysis of quality performance and prioritization improvement opportunities; provides senior level leadership to the infection control, risk management, safety, and medical staff credentialing functions ensuring the collaboration and coordination of all stakeholders in these processes; facilitates hospital-wide medical staff integration; and consults on an array of issues involving physicians.
• Serve as an active member of the Administrative Team. • Champion delivery of quality care as a priority for the Medical Staff. • Develop and coordinate systems/processes for controlling costs related to clinical resource utilization. • As a part of the clinical resource utilization function, develop and provide ongoing oversight for hospitalist services. • Develop and direct medical education programs for the benefit of the Hospital’s Medical Staff and facility. • Serve as a liaison between the Hospital and the Medical Staff. Represent the Hospital objectively and decisively in presenting matters of importance to the Medical Staff. • Participate in all committees and activities appropriate for an active member of the Hospital’s Medical Staff. • Assist in the development and promotion of new products and services for the Hospital. • Manage the functions of the Hospital’s Medical Staff Office, including all aspects of staff appointment/reappointment, the management of Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and departmental rules and regulations; oversight of Medical Staff departmental and committee functions; oversight of all processes for dealing with disruptive and impaired physicians, and the oversight of all credentialing matters for the Medical Staff. Duties also include the preparation of a Medical Staff newsletter, attendance at meetings of the Medical Executive Committee and Hospital Board as an ex-officio member of each, and ongoing communications – verbal and written – with the Hospital’s Medical Staff. • Ensure that Medical Staff clinical practices followed within the Hospital comply with all local, State, Federal and other regulatory requirements as well as HCA and nationally recognized standards of care. • Participate for the Hospital in community health-related activities and organizations.
Qualifications: • Ideally, has been a CMO (or equivalent) in a large, complex hospital or regional health system. • Board certified physician with practice experience. • Graduate degree in business or comparable degree is preferred. • Minimum five years of clinical practice experience. • Experience communicating a vision in a broad range of clinical environments, preferably within an open system. • Management of a complex quality program design and implementation. • Involvement in the implementation of significant clinical practice change. • Leadership of quality improvement initiatives that have resulted in measurably outstanding outcomes and/or shown significant enhancements recently. • Management of multi-disciplinary teams of clinicians and staff. • Licensed by a State Medical Board.
Title: Chief Medical Officer (CMO) - Johnston Willis Hospital - Richmond, VA
Location: Virginia-Richmond-Johnston-Willis Hospital
Requisition ID: 10202-19380