Lead Significant Growth for One of the Nation’s Top-Ranked Pediatric Hospitals as Vice President, Hematology Oncology
- The Vice President (VP), Hematology Oncology will oversee and lead strategic planning, development, and execution of strategic aims for quality, experience, program growth and development, and operational efficiencies across the system.
- The VP will serve as the primary Hematology Oncology Executive to deliver top clinical outcomes and experiences across the organization by reviewing trends, developing plans, and reporting key performance measures to drive improvement initiatives.
- Reporting to the Sr. Vice President for the Center of Cancer and Blood Disorders, the VP will be responsible for overseeing roughly 250 employees.
- In close partnership with UT Southwestern, the VP will lead strategy around expansion of Phase 1 and Phase 2 clinical trials.
- The VP will be responsible for the overall strategy and goals of the service line including quality, performance, regulatory, clinical trials, and accreditation readiness.
- The ideal candidate will be an established, hands-on leader with demonstrated understanding of business operations. They must be capable of strategizing and using/understanding data presented to them.
- Minimum of 10+ years of experience in a clinical practice setting, including progressive administrative experience in healthcare, required. Previous/current leadership within a pediatric setting is preferred.
- Master’s degree or equivalent experience required.
- Children’s Health, a not-for-profit hospital system with two full-service hospitals licensed for 610 beds and four outpatient centers, is one of the largest and top-ranked pediatric hospitals in the United States.
- For more than 100 years, the organization's mission has been to make life better for children. The organization has a long-standing commitment to their community that includes not only high-quality patient care but also advocacy, education, and preventive care.
- Children’s Health has held the AANC Magnet® designation for nursing excellence since 2009. They are nationally ranked in all 10 pediatric specialties byU.S. News & World Report, serve as the primary pediatric teaching facility forUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and are recognized for quality care in every specialty.
- Children’s Health provides treatment for the full range of healthcare issues including advanced comprehensive treatment for the most acute and complex cases such as heart disease, cancer, and cystic fibrosis.
- Children’s Health has been named for nine consecutive years as one of the 150 Best Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Reviews and they have been ranked #26 on the Best Health Care Companies to Work for in Texas.
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