The Director of Heart and Vascular provides leadership for the practice and delivery of safe, effective, efficient patient care for cardiovascular patient populations undergoing diagnostic and therapeutic cardiac procedures. The successful incumbent will have 5 years of experience managing cardiovascular services and a Master’s degree in either Nursing, Business Administration or Health Care Administration. The Director of Heart and Vascular reports directly to the President of the hospital.
- The Director of Heart and Vascular manages human, fiscal, material resources in accordance with hospital guidelines, organizational philosophies, and in compliance with regulatory and professional standards.
- Responsible for fostering interdisciplinary collaborative relationships, using critical thinking and analytical skills to evaluate outcome data, designing/implementing performance improvement strategies based on data; and promoting evidence-based practice through research utilization.
- Collaborate with Executive Medical Director to advance clinical outcomes and efficiency.
- Ensures compliance with applicable regulatory guidelines and accrediting standards.
- Represents hospital on system-wide committees for service line development.
- Direct responsibility for supervising a large department or unit of greater than 25 employees including staff, supervisors and/or assistant managers.
- Manage materials resources including capital budgets for a large functional area, major plants, facilities or properties, or other equivalent material assets.
- The Director of Heart and Vascular is also responsible for managing key relationships including Co-workers/Health System Employees, Outside Agencies/Other Health Care Providers, General Public/Visitors/Volunteers, Physicians/Medical Office Staff, Students/Interns/Residents/Outside Instructors, Patients, Families, and Significant Others, Vendors/Clients, Third Party Payors/Insurance Companies.
This 305-bed full service general acute care hospital has served the community for more than 150 years and received its Magnet recertification in 2015. It is part of a Health System which services a 10-county, bi-state region of the Quad Cities metro area and the surrounding communities of Iowa and Illinois, is recognized as one of the nation’s top 100 Health Systems and has achieved medical firsts in the nation and even the world. The Health System and its affiliates offer a full continuum of care including preventive, primary, acute and tertiary hospital care; home health and nursing home care; hospice; rehabilitation and long-term care. Our affiliates bring together more than 665 licensed beds, 600 physicians, 5,000 staff members and hundreds of volunteers to serve our community.