Vanderbilt Stallworth RehabilitationHospital is currently looking for a Chief Executive Officer to join ourhospital leadership team.
Vanderbilt Stallworth RehabilitationHospital an 80-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital that offers comprehensiveinpatient rehabilitation services designed to return patients to leading activeand independent lives. The hospital opened in November of 1993 and is a jointventure between Vanderbilt University Medical Center and HealthSouth, one ofthe nation's leading rehabilitation services provider.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) isresponsible for all day-today operations of the Hospital. This position isaccountable for planning, organizing and directing the hospital to ensure thatquality patient care is provided and that the financial integrity of thehospital improves. The CEO ensures compliance with applicable laws andregulations as well as all policies and procedures set forth by the GoverningBoard and Medical Staff, and those required by Joint Commission standards.
The CEO will report to the Deputy ChiefExecutive Officer of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) and ChiefHealth System Officer (Pinson) through the Vanderbilt Health Services (VHS)Vice President (Brown). The CEO has a secondary report to the RegionalPresident - Central Region at HealthSouth Corporation.
The CEO is responsible for creating anenvironment and culture that enables the hospital to fulfill its mission bymeeting or exceeding its goals, conveying the hospital mission to all staff,holding staff accountable for performance, motivating staff to improveperformance, recognizing and rewarding performance, and assuring that a highquality of clinical care is always improved, and being responsible foroperational measurement, assessment and improvement of the hospitalâsperformance.
The position will support culturaldiversity by 1)ensuring that the delivery of quality, equitable and culturallycompetent patient-centered care is provided; 2)promoting and maintaining aninclusive work environment and culture that is respectful and accepting ofdiversity; and 3)ensuring that cultural diversity and sensitivity training ispart of new employee orientation on an on-going basis to meet the needs of thepatient population served in the hospital.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Analyze market,promotes, informs, and advertises hospital and its services to community,potential patients, referral sources and others who are not currently choosingthe hospital for services and care. Identifies potential new referral sourcesand markets as applicable.
- Actively involvedin lobbying and grass roots efforts, in local and national healthcare policymaking process
- Monitors andmanagers day-to-day hospital operations to meet financial performanceobjectives, forecasted revenues and expenses for the upcoming budgeting period.
- Complies withSarbanes Oxley Act 404 by managing, maintaining and assessing the effectivenessof an adequate internal controls structure for financial reporting within thehospital.
- Organizes,plans, and manages time effectively to complete assignments.
- Createsalignment and develops mission centric goals with department of PhysicalMedicine and Rehab.
- Responsible fordevelopment of relationships and alignment with Transition Management Office.
- Completesmandatory training and courses required by completion date.
- Reportsquestionable situations, concerns, complaints or harassment immediately.
- Develops annualoperating and capital budgets.
- Develops annualstrategic plan for hospital and communicates to staff.