Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Ft. Worth, TX
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Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX
Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth is a 320-bed medical facility that offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services. Since Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth opened in 1974, we've proudly watched Fort Worth and its surrounding neighborhoods grow. That's why we're investing $57 million into updating our facility. The expansion will enable us to accommodate the increasing demand on our hospital, including our Top 100 Heart Program and our Neuroscience Center of Excellence. This means additional Open Heart Surgery Suites, a new Cardiac Critical Care Unit, more Cardiac Catheterization Labs, a Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit, and expanded Emergency Room, and much more! Located in the heart of the medical district, Plaza Medical Center serves as a tertiary referral center for Tarrant County and west.
Job SummaryChief Medical Officer Opportunity (CMO) in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Medical City Ft. Worth (formally known as Plaza Medical Center) is currently seeking a Chief Medical Officer to join the executive leadership team.
The CMO has responsibility for overseeing the medical affairs of the Hospital and also plays a significant role in quality and utilization analysis, pathway development, and working to improve physician practice patterns and improving physician relations, in addition to serving as an active member of the Hospital’s Administrative Team. The CMO is a full-time, exempt position within the Hospital’s Administration, and reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital.
Minimum Education, Experience, Training, Required Knowledge, Skill, Abilities and Other Job-Related Characteristics:
Education: M.D. or D.O. Certification
Experience: Previous Chief Medical Officer or Medical Director/ Position held within a progressive health care system.
The CMO should have experience with utilization review, analysis, and performance improvement techniques; prior experience as a Chief Medical Officer or Medical Director, outstanding written and oral communication ability; familiarity with Decision Support (DSS) and information systems and a working knowledge of JCAHO standards.
Additionally, it is understood that the CMO, as a member of the Hospital’s Administrative Team, is expected to represent the Hospital in the same manner in which other Hospital directors represent the organization specifically with a pro-hospital perspective with professionalism, and with an ability to tackle difficult issues on the Hospital’s behalf.
Minimum License, Certificates or Registrations Required:
Required: Licensed in the State of Texas as an M.D. or D.O.
Board Certification in a medical or surgical specialty required.
Preferred: MBA or equivalent desired; 10 years of clinical practice desired.
On behalf of Medical City Ft. Worth, thank you for your interest in our Hospital. We are extremely proud that we continue to lead the way of meeting and exceeding our growing community’s healthcare needs.
To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Lauren De Haven at Lauren.DeHaven@hcahealthcare.com or 972.401.9725.