TeamHealth is seeking an ICU leader for the role of facility medical director at Baptist Floyd Hospital in New Albany, Indiana. Baptist Floyd is a 236-bed facility. We have excellent specialty support, and our team enjoys a great working relationship with our specialists.
This leadership opportunity will report directly to the regional medical director and vice president of operations and will be responsible for the oversight of full-time physicians and advanced practice clinicians.
As facility medical director (FMD), you will be responsible for developing and sustaining relationships, impacting clinical strategies and workflows that promote evidence-based practice, and patient satisfaction, and improving value-based healthcare delivery. As FMD, you will be responsible for managing the facility’s clinical, financial, human, and capital resources.
TeamHealth is a physician-led, patient-focused company with over 22,000 clinicians. Founded by doctors, for doctors, our success stems from the ingenuity, dedicated teamwork and integrity of our people. At TeamHealth, our purpose is to perfect the practice of medicine, every day, in everything we do. We are proud to be the leading physician practice in the United States, driven by our commitment to quality and safety and supported by our world-class operating team.
Candidates are required to have a medical degree and be board certified in internal medicine with a minimum of five years of hospital medicine leadership experience. The ideal candidate will have strong administrative and team-building skills as well as experience in achieving quality metric goals.
Review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates should submit a letter of application including professional accomplishments and curriculum vitae (CV).
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