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Director, Surgical Practices

Company Name:
St. Luke's Health System

St. Luke's is now hiring for a Director for Physician Surgical Practices. Doctors from across southern
idaho
and eastern
oregon
have joined with St. Luke's Health System to form St. Luke's Clinic, a network of more than 300 healthcare providers committed to high quality, accessible, and affordable care.
As the newest and most advanced hospital in Idaho, every aspect of the new St. Luke's Magic Valley is designed to improve the patient experience. Features grouping of related
services
, private rooms designed for patient comfort and accessibility, and efficient layout of nursing areas.
At more than 700,000 square feet, our medical center meets the evolving physical and technological demands of modern healthcare delivery. It features 186 beds, a larger Emergency Department, an expanded St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) cancer clinic, and a Cardiac Catheterization Lab that is double the size of the old lab.
Be part of a forward thinking organization. Check out Dr. Pates Blog to see how St. Luke's is leading the way in Health Care Transformation, http://drpate.stlukesblogs.org/. For more information about St. Luke's please visit our website at www.stlukesonline.org.
Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in health administration, management, or related field and 10+ years healthcare experience with at least 7 years management experience, preferably 4+ years in practice management leader roles. Directly relevant experience may be considered in lieu of degree: 15+ years demonstrated success in healthcare management roles and related business functions; of which 10 years in progressively responsible high level leadership roles with at least 7 of those years in high level practice management
manager
/leader positions. Master's degree preferred.
2.Consistently demonstrate exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
3.Demonstrate the skills required to effectively prepare, present and discuss
reports and studies
with management, physicians, board members and other appropriate groups and
individuals.
4.Demonstrate the skills required balance multiple, complex project and
deadlines, by determining critical issues, timelines, and priorities, so that
analyses stay focused and solution oriented, ensuring that projects are brought
to completion within the agreed upon timeframe.
5.Possess the knowledge relevant to the healthcare regulation.
6.Demonstrate the ability and willingness to exhibit behaviors consistent with standards for performance improvement and organizations values.

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