System Executive Director, Patient and Medication Safety

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10 hospital, not-for-profit healthcare system

Master's degree required, minimum 10 years' experience

About the Position:

At one of the largest health systems in the Southeast, a System Executive Director of Patient Safety is sought. This position is a system role overseeing multiple hospitals and FTEs with responsibility for building and sustaining a culture of safety and high reliability, Safety First Program, Medication Safety Program, event reporting, cause analysis, safety/reliability training and education, and integrating these programs into the border mission and operations of the system. The Executive Director serves as a spokesperson and is recognized as the strategy safety and reliability owner and subject matter expert. Team development, driving results, and measurement/management of key performance indicators is mandatory as well as collaboration with system and facility teams to improve processes. Knowledge of safety and reliability best practices is imperative with continued engagement with institutions such as Georgia Hospital Association, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Patient Safety Organization, etc.

Required Qualifications:

RN or non-RN acceptable
Master’s Degree required
CPPS within 1 year of hire
Minimum 10 years of experience in healthcare
Minimum 7 years of progressive leadership experience
Acute care patient safety experience
Two years program development experience

About the Hospital:

One of the largest health systems in Georgia, nationally and locally recognized for high-quality care and exceptional caregivers. With over 10 hospitals, 50 rehabilitation centers, and more than 15 urgent care locations, the not-for-profit system is known for its vision of delivering world-class healthcare to every person. Their hospitals have also garnered recognition for exceptional expertise in clinical areas such as heart, cancer and neurological care. They have received the Beacon Award from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) for Critical Care Excellence. The American Association for Respiratory Care (QRCR) named the system a Quality Respiratory Care Institution, and only 700 of 5,000 U.S. hospitals achieve this distinction.

About the Location:

Atlanta is the capital and largest city in Georgia. Burned to the ground during the civil war, the city was quickly rebuilt and is considered by many to be the cultural capital of the South. One of the few cities in the country to host professional opera, ballet, orchestra, and theater, those interested in performing arts love Atlanta. It’s also home to professional football, basketball, and baseball teams, and it’s not uncommon to see blockbuster movies being filmed downtown.

For immediate consideration contact our office today:

Elizabeth Grimes | Candidate Development Representative, Healthcare Quality | 706.277.0124 | elizabethg@romanhealth.com

Greg Musto | Chief Executive Officer | 706.277.0124 | gregm@romanhealth.com

In addition to this position The Roman Healthcare Group recruits nationally in all areas of Healthcare Quality, including Infection Prevention, Patient Safety, Risk Management, and Performance Improvement. We are constantly sourcing for new positions, so give us a call today. If we do not have the position you are looking for, we can discuss our process for conducting a confidential search on your behalf.

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