Hospital CMO Job at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
Chief Medical Officer
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Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, Fort Pierce, FL
Lawnwood Regional Medical Center is a 370-bed, acute care facility and the largest medical center in St. Lucie County. As a regional referral center for the four county Treasure Coast area, the hospital offers a wide variety of medical/surgical treatments and offers specialty services ranging from open heart surgery to inpatient rehabilitation.
Our obstetrics services are backed by a Level III Nursery and pediatric intensive care unit. Patients can access services at our Diabetes Center of Excellence. And Lawnwood Pavilion, situated on campus, offers a 36-bed psychiatric facility and a 26-bed inpatient and outpatient Physical Rehabilitation Center.
Ft. Pierce is an area of lush tropical old Florida charm. Located on the Treasure (east) Coast, 120 miles north of Miami. It boasts a thriving and colorful downtown area with marina and riverfront. Convenient to miles of beautiful beaches, great golf and numerous outdoor activities, it has easy access to US 1, I-95 and the Florida Turnpike.
• Behavioral health (adult)
• Birthing center – obstetrics
• Cancer care
• Cardiac and vascular rehabilitation
• Cardiac catheterization
• General surgery
• Heart Institute
• Interventional radiology
• Level II & III NICU
• Level II trauma center/ER
• Neurosurgery/Mazor robotics
• Orthopedic surgery
• Pediatric ER
• Pediatric intensive care unit
• Radiology/diagnostic imaging
• Therapy: occupational, physical, respiratory, speech
• Women’s services
• Wound care
• The only Truven top 50 cardiovascular hospital on the Treasure Coast
• Over 5,000 open heart surgeries performed
• Uniquely prepared to care for children
• Committed to quality:
- CARF accreditation for Lawnwood Physical
- Accredited Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission
- Designated as a top performer by The Joint Commission
Job SummaryLawnwood Regional Medical Center is seeking a Chief Medical Officer to lead, guide, educate, communicate and influence practice patterns and drive clinical change within a designated facility to improve outcomes, and reduce variation using the standards of evidence based medicine and best practices with accountability for ongoing performance improvement.
•M.D. or D.O. degree from an accredited medical school, completion of a residency from an accredited institution and board certification in specialty.
•Current active Florida physician license
•Recent clinical experience in the management of hospital inpatients
•Preferred physicians will be Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or other specialty with significant understanding of inpatient care, including hospitalists, Intensivists and ER physicians
•Eligible to be credentialed as a part of the medical staff
•Preferred five to ten years practice experience in a large group practice and/or an integrated health system
•Preferred minimum of five years of leadership experience in complex healthcare organization with demonstrated success in the management of clinical improvement and patient safety
Competitive Salary, Benefits and a production bonus