As Administrative Director of Ambulatory Care, you will be responsible for the operations of all walk-in clinic locations and will participate in business development and strategic planning.
The Director is responsible for creating a patient-focused, high-performance, high-commitment work team which supports the mission, vision and credo of the Vanderbilt Clinical Enterprise. We will also rely on you to assure that the business objectives of the assigned clinical service lines are met through proper direction of all fiscal, material, technological, and human resources; collaborate with other members of Patient Care Center Leadership team to meet established goals of Patient Care Center and Clinical Enterprise; and serve as the key architect for aligning operations to accomplish strategic goals.
The Medicine Patient Care Center, led by an Advanced Practice Director, Associate Nursing Officer and Associate Operating Officer and Medical Director, is responsible for the operations of 7 inpatient units and over 50 outpatient clinics located throughout Middle Tennessee accounting for approximately 15,000 hospital discharges and over 600,000 outpatient visits. One segment of the Patient Care Center is responsible for developing and managing walk-in clinics across Middle Tennessee. We have several walk-in clinics in Williamson County under a joint venture with Williamson Medical Center. These are located in Franklin, Spring Hill, Brentwood and Cool Springs. Additional walk-in clinics, not under the joint venture, are located in Belle Meade and Bellevue. A Vanderbilt physician is always available at each location and no appointments are necessary. The clinic hours are Monday–Friday: 7:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m. and Saturday–Sunday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Preferred Education, Skills, and Experiences:
10+ years outpatient clinic management / leadership experience is highly desired
Strong operations and business management experience is critical for this position
Excellent communication and leadership skills are critical for this position
Nursing experience desired, but not required
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