POSITION:Director of Recruitment & Relations DEPARTMENT:Community Development SHIFT:Days HOURS BI-WEEKLY:80 (Full Time--Hourly)
MAIN FUNCTION: To increase the incremental number of physicians on the Oswego Hospital Medical Staff in order to meet the current and future medical needs of the community. To develop and implement strategies that will retain essential physicians on the Medical Staff. Collaborate with Physician Liaison to understand and support the needs of physicians to increase alignment with system goals. Support the development and retention of physicians and mid levels of the Physician Care, P.C. as a captive professional corporation of Oswego Hospital.
Develop and implement successful on-boarding process for new physicians Monitor and integrate current trends and information in the provider retention and recruitment environment by leading the Physician Recruitment Committee. Communicate and work cooperatively with members of the medical staff to establish and maintain a viable mutual relationship between medical staff and hospital staff.
Coordinate issues and programs for medical staff development with emphasis on the medical staff organization as a whole and its contribution to the health system and the community.
Oswego Health offers competitive compensation, generous benefits including low cost medical, dental, vision & life insurance, 403b Retirement plans, discount programs, tuition reimbursement, training/career development and continued education, flexible schedules, liberal paid time off, free parking, a professional team orientated environment and much more! Visit our Benefits page for more details.
Oswego Health is an EEO employer that values diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
QUALIFICATIONS: Five or more years in health care administration, specialty recruiting or similarly responsible environment required. Demonstrated interpersonal, communication and technology skills are essential. Knowledge of physician recruitment preferred. Bachelor's degree in health administration, business administration or other relevant field of study preferred.
Oswego Health was founded more than 130 years ago, when a group of community-minded residents gathered for the specific purpose of starting a hospital. A look back to the initial board minutes reveals that the founders had concerns not unlike those in healthcare today.
They wanted to provide care to all residents, regardless of income and other factors. They desired a location that people coul...d easily access and, of course, wanted their facility to have the best physicians and most modern technology.
Since that initial hospital meeting held in 1881, Oswego Hospital has evolved into a healthcare system that includes many vital services and programs. Today, the Oswego Health system includes Oswego Hospital, a 164-bed facility offering acute medical, emergency, surgical, maternity and behavioral services; The Manor at Seneca Hill, providing 24-hour skilled nursing, rehabilitation services and an Adult Day Health Services Program; as well as Springside at Seneca Hill, which offers retirement living for independent seniors.
In 2009 Oswego Health introduced urgent care services to Oswego County with the opening of the Fulton Medical Center, where residents can also have laboratory and medical imaging screenings conducted and businesses can take advantage of our occupational health department. A year later, the health system expanded once again when it unveiled the Central Square Medical Center, offering urgent care, lab and medical imaging services.
Just as it has for its first 130 years, the health system will continue to develop innovative and high-quality programs that improve the health of area residents.