The Chief Perioperative and Procedural Services Officer coordinates, plans, directs, implements and manages the administrative, financial and operational responsibilities for system Perioperative and Procedural Services. S/he provides direction and support to leadership and collaborates with other service and department leaders toward attainment of short- and long-term goals and objectives. As a member of the operations executive management team, the role participates in the efficient and effective management within perioperative/procedural operations, and the development of its strategic plan. Provides strategic and operational direction to support enterprise capacity management and level-loading with surgical/procedural case volumes and forecasting. Is a partner in leading provider, leadership and staff engagement efforts.
The ideal candidate will have 10+ years of healthcare leadership experience; deep understanding of the healthcare industry; the ability to gain respect and confidence with professional peers; established leadership skills and executive presence; possess high ethical standards with the ability to build teams and relationships with results. Orientation and commitment to staff development.
Internal Number: RE18457
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Founded in 1865 as a land-grant institution adjacent to downtown Lexington, UK is nestled in the scenic heart of the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky. Recently ranked as one of the safest, most creative, and the brainiest cities in the nation, Lexington is an ideal location to experience the work-life integration that the University strives to provide its employees. See for yourself what makes UK one great place to work.UK HealthCare is the hospitals and clinics of the University of Kentucky. But it is so much more. It is 9,000 people – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals – all dedicated to providing the most advanced, most effective care available, not just in Kentucky but anywhere. It is a Level 1 trauma center, ready every minute of every day to treat even the most serious injuries when they come through the door. It is a Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, caring for the tiniest and sickest newborns in Kentucky’s Children’s Hospital. It is also a Magnet hospital and home to the NCI designated Markey Cancer Center.