Seeking Transplant Center Administrator to Lead One of the Largest Transplant Programs in the Country at Michigan Medicine, A Top Employer and One of the Country’s Best Academic Hospitals!
- The Transplant Center Administrator will lead the overall operations and delivery of strategic initiatives to advance the University of Michigan Transplant Center, in close partnership with the Transplant Center Director and as aligned with Michigan Medicine’s priorities.
- Areas of oversight include organizational strategy development, financial management, regulatory compliance, and patient satisfaction metrics.
- This collaborative leader will focus on maintaining strong relationships with physicians, clinical staff, and academic faculty, as well as integrating the transplant program within all departments of Michigan Medicine.
- Seeking leader who has significant experience working with transplant programs, preferably in an academic medical center.
- Master’s degree required.
- The University of Michigan Transplant Center is part of Michigan Medicine and encompasses adult kidney, pancreas, liver, heart, and lung transplant programs, as well as pediatric kidney, liver, and heart transplant programs. The Transplant Center is one of the largest in the nation, performing 350-400 transplants per year by a team of 200+.
- Michigan Medicine is an academic, 1,000-bed general medical and surgical facility that performed 57,442 surgical cases, encountered 106,451 emergency room visits, and saw close to 2.5 million patients within the outpatient clinic over the past year.
- Michigan Medicine has been named of the country’s and world’s best hospitals by Becker’s Hospital Review, Newsweek, and Healthgrades. The U.S. News ranked Michigan Medicine among the best hospitals nationally for 12 adult specialties and 8 children’s specialties. They also achieved the highest rating possible for 9 procedures or conditions and was Michigan’s only Honor Roll Hospital.
- Forbes named Michigan Medicine the top employer in the state by 2019.
- Home to one of the largest health care complexes, Michigan Medicine has provided numerous groundbreaking and technological advancements to the field of medicine for the last century and a half.
- Ann Arbor is nestled along the Huron River, and has earned the nickname “Tree Town” for is dense forestation throughout the city.
- The city is home to over 157 parks, and the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, which contains 300 acres of lush gardens and a large tropical conservatory – making for a nature-lover paradise.
- Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan, one of the foremost research universities in the United States.
- The thriving metropolis of Chicago is located just under four hours from Ann Arbor.