Responsibilities:Responsible for directing, coordinating and controlling all aspects of the operating functions, processes, and staff of the LuccaHealth Medical Speciality Center in Accra, Ghana. LuccaHealth is sponsored by a U.S. investment company and is modeled after a U.S. ambulatory surgery center. Anyone with experience as an Ambulatory Surgery Center Administrator or Hospital Administrator--and seeking a unique opportunity to work in a beautiful overseas location--should apply!Competitive salary and benefits (U.S. equivalent), relocation assistance, and flexible time commitment. About LuccaHealth:Opening in January 2018, LuccaHealth Medical Specialty Center (LHMSC) will provide quality, patient–centric health care to Ghanaians and the greater West African population. We have recruited a diverse medical team that includes local physicians and nurses, complemented by expatriate physicians and nurses from the United States who will offer specialty medical services, including ambulatory surgery and imaging diagnostics. Leveraging its co-location with the Acacia Medical Centre, LHMSC has access to on-site laboratory, pharmacy and other ancillary services. LHMSC has partnered with New York University’s School of Medicine to offer patient consultations in Accra and referrals for more complex surgeries to New York University Langone Medical Center.LHMSC will offer the following medical specialties: General Surgery, Gastroenterology, Gynecology, Otolaryngology and Internal Medicine/Cardiology. By year 2019, LHMSC will target providing the West Africa community with 24,000 specialty consultations annually, 5,500 ambulatory surgery center procedures annually and 24,000 annual diagnostic imaging procedures.LuccaHealth Medical Center has been developed by BlackIvy, a values-driven company that builds and grows commercial enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa that unlock new sources of growth that serve the needs of the growing consumer population.Founded by Cheryl Mills, former Counselor and Chief of Staff at the U.S. Department of State, BlackIvy has an experienced and growing team of investment professionals, operators and experts. We have offices in Washington, DC (USA), Accra (Ghana), and Dar es Salaam (Tanzania).
--Experience as a lead operator for small to mid-sized ambulatory practice(s) that included surgical and medical procedures--Demonstrated track record of collaborative leadership in a global, diverse team environment--Demonstrates entrepreneurial skills and interests--Experience planning, designing and starting up of ambulatory practices--Minimum of Masters degree in Nursing or equivalent; advance degree such as MBA, MHA--Minimum one year commitment--Relocation to Accra, Ghana is requiredCompensation:Competitive compensation (U.S. level salary and benefits)
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Assistance with relocation to Ghana.
BlackIvy is a values-driven company that builds and grows commercial enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa that unlock new sources of growth that serve the needs of the growing consumer population. Founded by Cheryl Mills, former Counselor and Chief of Staff at the U.S. Department of State, BlackIvy has an experienced and growing team of investment professionals, operators and experts. We have offices in Washington, DC (USA), Accra (Ghana), and Dar es Salaam (Tanzania).