St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is seeking an experienced healthcare executive to lead the organization, developing new business strategies which will enhance market share, grow volume and improve overall performance.
LENEXA, Kan. (PRWEB) February 11, 2015
B. E. Smith, the only full-service leadership solutions firm dedicated exclusively to healthcare providers, has been retained to lead a national chief executive officer recruitment for St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway, N.Y. The top executive search firm in the healthcare industry, B. E. Smith has recently placed more than 900 healthcare executives into organizations.
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is a full service, faith-based community hospital serving the Rockaway and the Five Towns communities. It provides general adult medical surgical services, pediatrics, obstetrics and psychiatric services. The hospital’s continuing mission is to serve the medically under-served and provide compassionate care with ethnic, cultural and religious sensitivities. It is dedicated to providing post-graduate allopathic and osteopathic medical education as well as clinical pastoral education. An entity of Episcopal Health Services Inc. (EHS), the hospital was awarded the Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Silver Quality Achievement Award by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association in 2013.
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is seeking an experienced healthcare executive to lead the organization, developing new business strategies which will enhance market share, grow volume and improve overall performance. The chief executive officer will provide management oversight for the development of high-quality, cost-effective and integrated clinical programs within the hospital. The new CEO will build a strong relationship with the Right Reverend Lawrence C. Provenzano, bishop of the diocese of Long Island and president of the board of trustees of EHS, keeping him informed of activities and developments as well as ensuring the hospital aligns with the mission of the diocese. The CEO will also report regularly to the board as the governing body of the hospital. Additionally, the CEO will collaborate with and direct senior leaders in the hospital to drive the patient experience and population health management, as well as assist in coordination of design and construction projects in the emergency and obstetrics departments. Finally, the CEO will define, lead and serve as a role model for an organizational culture that embraces process improvement, collaboration, trust and accountability.
The complete job posting for St. John’s Episcopal Hospital’s CEO position can be found on the B. E. Smith website.
About St. John’s Episcopal Hospital:
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is a community hospital serving the South Shore of Long Island and Queens, New York. It offers comprehensive medical surgical care including obstetrics/gynecology and psychiatric care, as well as ambulatory primary and specialty care. Post-graduate training programs are offered in allopathic and osteopathic programs. It is a New York State designated stroke center. St. John’s is an entity of Episcopal Health Services Inc. For more information, visit http://www.ehs.org.
About B. E. Smith:
Founded in 1978, B. E. Smith is a full-service healthcare executive search firm and the top-ranked provider of senior-level leadership services including Interim Leadership, Executive Search and Advisory Services. Veteran healthcare recruiters and regional healthcare experts partner with each client to create customized solutions. B. E. Smith’s proven methodology has resulted in the recent placement of more than 900 leaders into healthcare organizations worldwide. The firm utilizes a comprehensive sourcing strategy incorporating the latest marketing techniques, association partnerships, social networking and one of the largest databases of skilled senior-level healthcare executives in the industry to deliver immediate results in today’s complex healthcare environment. For more information, visit BESmith.com or call 855-254-8261.