Join a growing multi-specialty clinic in Kentucky as Chief Operating Officer!
- As Chief Operating Officer, you are responsible for the overall operations of Graves Gilbert Clinic, supporting the vision and strategic initiatives for continued growth and success.
- Goals include assessing current practices, identifying and implementing improvement strategies with a particular focus on the integration of telemedicine, and centralizing scheduling.
- Additional areas of focus include ensuring the smooth operation of a new, larger Lab and Imaging Department and working closely with the Compensation Committee to modernize compensation plans.
- Past experience managing independent medical practices is required.
- Master’s degree required.
- The Graves Gilbert Clinic is a multi-specialty clinic, with more than 125 physicians and 50 physician assistants and nurse practitioners covering 30 medical specialties.
- Medical Group Management Association recognized Graves Gilbert Clinic as a Better Performer in the MGMA Performance and Practices of Successful Medical Groups for 2011.
- Since its founding in 1937, Graves Gilbert Clinic has been dedicated to providing a Lifetime of Care to the residents of South Central Kentucky.
- Recently, Graves Gilbert Clinic announced its partnership with Western Kentucky University, to provide care for the on-campus health services clinic.
- Bowling Green is a thriving university town and third largest city in the state of Kentucky!
- With a mecca of restaurants and shops to explore, award-winning schools, affordable housing and a low crime rate, Bowling Green is an incredible destination to settle into.
- The city is filled with exciting entertainment options like the National Corvette Museum, Lost River Cave, and Downtown Fountain Square.
- Despite the urbanization of Bowling Green, the city has maintained its rich history, dating back to the Civil War. Today, visitors can embark on an audio tour by car and visit historical markers around Bowling Green to dive into unique insights and perspectives.