The CCRMC Chief Executive Officer works closely with Behavioral Health Services, Public Health, Emergency Medical Services, the Contra Costa Health Plan’s 200,000 lives (as well as the other Contra Costa Health Services Divisions), other County Departments, and outside agencies to integrate and coordinate healthcare services for the residents of Contra Costa.
The CEO of the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center is a key executive within Contra Costa County and within the healthcare community. S/he is responsible for the development, operation, coordination, integration, and implementation of the services noted above including the hospital and its emergency room, acute inpatient, psychiatric, newborn labor and delivery, medicine and surgery centers/programs within the hospital. The CCRMC hospital is a 167-bed full service Joint Commission accredited County facility and the recipient of The Joint Commission National Quality Approval, 2017 Excellence Award from NRC Health, Quality Leaders of Honors Award from the California Association of Public Hospitals Health Systems and its quality improvement affiliate, the California Health Care Safety Net Institute. The hospital is accessible 24 hours a day to family and loved-ones. There are an estimated 55,000 patients seen in our Emergency Department, 10,000 patients seen in Psychiatric Emergency and 450,000 patients seen annually in primary and specialty care appointments at the eleven Health Centers spread throughout the county.
The CCRMC Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for a staff of approximately 2,300 employees and an annual budget of about $625 million. Direct management reports include the Chief Nursing Officer, Chief Operations Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Medical Information Officer, Chief of Security, and Chief Quality Officer. Financial Services are managed in cooperation with the Finance Director of the Contra Costa Health Services. There is also a Contra Costa Regional Medical Center/ Health Centers (CCRMC/HC) Joint Conference Committee that includes two members of the Board of Supervisors. The Chief Executive Officer will be accountable for delivering best in class medical care services by the County’s 167 bed hospital, it's multiple clinics and 11 Health Centers.
How to Apply If you or a colleague are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please submit a detailed resume as soon as possible to: Robert Neher, FACHE, President or Lawrence Davenport, D.Ed. Executive Vice President Neher & Associates 3790 Millerton Place Suite 100 West Sacramento, CA 95691 Telephone: (916) 443-2421 Facsimile: (916) 443-5949 Applications are preferred electronically at: firstname.lastname@example.org Should you have any questions with regard to your own interest, or a recommendation of a colleague, please contact us at the numbers or e-mail above. This position will be officially open until filled. The search is, however, on a fast track.
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Education and Experience
• Graduation from an accredited College or University with a master’s degree in Nursing, Public Health, Hospital or Health Care Administration, or a closely related field; or possession of a MD or DO Medical Degree from an accredited school of medicine.
• Five (5) years of full-time experience (or its equivalent) in acute care hospital management or health care administration. • Experience working in a highly unionized environment is highly recommended.
The successful candidate must have in-depth knowledge of: • Management and administrative principles and practices governing inpatient and outpatient health care systems. • Joint Commission standards, as well as State and Federal laws and regulatory standards governing health care. • Health care systems organization, function, design, development, testing, implementation and administration. • Budgetary planning, financial management and fiscal control. • Best management practices in a unionized workforce. In addition, the successful candidate will have the ability to: • Administer inpatient and outpatient operations and provide effective leadership in a complex health care and political environment