Join a Close-Knit Community With a Low Cost of Living in This Critical Leadership Role!
- Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Manager of Risk Management and Performance Improvement will serve as the hospital’s resource for regulatory survey readiness and oversee all risk management functions, complaints, and resolutions.
- In addition, the Manager will lead the Performance Improvement program, including creating action plans for use across the hospital and chairing the Performance Improvement committee.
- Must have an exceptional background leading survey readiness and demonstrate an ability to align an organization with DNV requirements.
- A clinical background is preferred but not required.
- McCurtain Memorial Hospital has been providing premier healthcare to residents of Southeast Oklahoma for more than 60 years.
- The hospital is affiliated with both Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma, hosting medical students for clinical rotations. McCurtain Memorial Hospital is highly engaged with its surrounding communities, sponsoring career fairs and education programs, as well as recently building a public walking trail in partnership with the city.
- A DNV-accredited hospital, McCurtain Memorial Hospital is certified by the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
- Located in the Southeast corner of Oklahoma, Idabel is located in a tourist area known as McCurtain Country close to three hours from major destination cities like Dallas, Texas, and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- The community offers low cost of living with excellent outdoor activities including golf, fishing, ATV riding, hiking, bird watching, and canoeing/kayaking.
- See Native arts from Oklahoma and all over the world at the Museum of the Red River, where visitors can also view a dinosaur skeleton discovered in the area.
- Known as the "Dogwood Capital of Oklahoma," Idabel hosts springtime tours to showcase the area's champion blooming dogwood trees. Birders flock to the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area, containing almost 6,000 acres of marshes and wetlands with nearly 300 species of birds, including the rare white ibis and wood stork.