Vice President (VP) – Women’s and Children’s Services
Medical City Healthcare - Division Office
The Vice President of Women’s and Children’s Services provides strategic leadership for Medical City Healthcare Division’s Women’s and Children’s service line operations, including the implementation of business plans that support the continued growth and success of the Division. Provides operational oversight to ensure the financial viability of initiatives. Establishes and leads a cohesive governance structure that supports the hospitals and physicians. Collaborates with key stakeholders, including department leaders within the service line at the hospital and clinic level. Designs, plans and implements programs that balance the interest of the hospitals within the division.
This key leader represents Medical City Healthcare division to both internal and external customers. The VP of Women’s and Children’s Services is responsible for communicating with physicians, staff development and retention, developing strategic plans, creating a vision for the respective service line, overseeing budgets, communicating with regulatory agencies, providing proposals for business development, coordinating marketing efforts for the and providing operational guidance and spreading best practices.
About Medical City Healthcare
Medical City Healthcare is one of the region’s largest, most comprehensive health care providers and includes 16 hospitals, 7 freestanding emergency rooms, more than 50 ambulatory sites, more than 7,000 active physicians and 15,000 employees in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Oklahoma City areas. Medical City Healthcare is distinguished as the first regional brain attack network in the United States, with four comprehensive stroke centers, and six primary stroke centers geographically positioned to provide rapid access to high quality stroke care across the region. Five Medical City Healthcare hospitals hold the prestigious Magnet Recognized® status from the American Nurses Association — a designation of quality achieved only by the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide. Eight Medical City Healthcare hospitals are on The Joint Commission’s 2014 list of Top Performers on Key Quality Measures™.
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