GENERAL SUMMARY: Reporting to the chief operating officer of Beaumont Health, the president is accountable for the operational and clinical oversight of the assigned market and all related ambulatory services. The president is responsible for all aspects of the quality/safety, service and financial performance of the organization. He/she serves as the principal liaison within Beaumont Health and with the surrounding community leadership, government officials and local medical staff.
The president supervises the following direct reports: chief medical officer, chief nursing officer; chief operating officer; vice president, finance; vice president and patient safety officer.
The assigned market for this position will be the three Beaumont Health hospitals located in Taylor, Trenton and Wayne as well as all related ambulatory services.
Beaumont, Taylor: Beaumont, Taylor, is a 180-bed hospital that is a recognized health care leader in the metro Detroit area. Proudly serving Taylor and surrounding communities since 1977, it offers specialty services including 24-hour emergency care, wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy, a surgical pavilion, a pain management clinic, orthopedic surgery, inpatient mental health services, inpatient physical medicine and rehabilitation and full-service radiology.
Beaumont, Trenton: Beaumont, Trenton is a 193-bed acute care teaching hospital that sponsors nine university-affiliated residency programs. The hospital opened its doors to Trenton and its surrounding communities in 1961. It became part of Beaumont Health in September 2014. In addition to providing comprehensive medical and surgical care for its patients, the hospital offers all private beds, a medical and surgical intensive care unit, and obstetrical care.
Beaumont, Wayne: Beaumont, Wayne opened its doors in 1957. This 185-bed, full-service acute care center is the only one in the Wayne, Westland, Garden City, Canton, Inkster and Romulus area verified by the American College of Surgeons as a Level III Trauma Center and certified by The Joint Commission. The hospital has a longstanding partnership with Detroit Metropolitan Airport and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to handle a variety of health and communicable disease concerns.
Beaumont Taylor, Trenton and Wayne Hospitals are all a part of Beaumont Health, Michigan's largest health care system. Beaumont Health provides patients with compassionate, extraordinary care, no matter where they live. With eight hospitals, 145 outpatient locations, nearly 5,000 physicians and more than 38,000 employees, Beaumont's commitment to patient and family-centered care contributes to the health and well-being of residents throughout the community and beyond. In 2018, Beaumont had 178,196 discharges, 572,597 emergency visits, 17,790 births, with annual net revenue of $4.7 billion.
1. Oversees safety, quality of care and service, always striving to achieve top decile outcomes. Functions in a matrixed and partnership arrangement with other Beaumont senior leaders, physicians and medical staff leaders, departments and functions.
2. Leads initiatives to continuously improve patient and family-centered care, often in coordination with other sites and leaders.
3. Sets the business strategy for the acute care campus(es) to align with the system strategy and promotes the Mission, Vision and Values consistent with Beaumont Health.
4. Builds a senior management team that fulfills the Mission of Beaumont Health at the acute care campus.
5. Creates and supports a culture at the acute care campus(es) that is consistent with Beaumont Health and emphasizes the needs and desires of patients and families served by the organization.
6. Supports employee and patient education to enhance knowledge, skills and necessary behaviors to facilitate health.
7. Adopts an approach to acute care campus-wide performance improvement to ensure important processes and activities are measured, assessed and improved systematically.
8. Directs the budgetary and financial performance of the acute care campus(es).
9. Participates in systemwide policy decisions and other system efforts affecting the acute care campus(es).
10. Collaborates with community leaders and acute care campus(es)' physicians and facility team members to design services.
11. Accountable for the leadership of all acute care campus(es) staff, delegating and coordinating to achieve quality and cost-effective outcomes.
12. Directs the overall operation of the acute care campus(es)' entire inpatient and outpatient services as required by the Medicare Conditions of Participation and the Accreditation Requirements for Healthcare Facilities of the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program of the American Osteopathic Association.
13. Providing programs, services and an organizational climate conducive to attracting, retaining and motivating executives and receiving the kinds of people commitments necessary for the acute care campus(es) to accomplish its mission.
14. The external relations activities which are intended to establish and maintain attitudes of confidence, respect and support on the part of various publics which the organization serves and/or depends on for support.
15. Compliance with applicable voluntary and regulatory statutes and standards.
In discharging these responsibilities, the president:
1. Works with the Beaumont Health Board of Directors, Beaumont Health President/CEO, Beaumont Health COO and Beaumont Health executives in the development of basic objectives, policies and operating plans for the organization.
2. Acts as the chief strategist in the preparation of plans for development and growth of the organization in response to the development of the health care needs of the community and consistent with Beaumont Health Strategic Plan.
3. Ensures that acute care campus(es) policies are uniformly understood, properly interpreted and implemented by the management team.
4. Ensures the attainment of the acute care campus(es)' objectives and goals through the effective administration of business operations.
5. Responds to the community's need for quality health care services by monitoring the organization's clinical activities and closely coordinating with medical staff in achieving and maintaining the required standards of clinical performance.
6. Analyzes the operating results of the organization and its principal components relative to established goals and objectives and ensures that appropriate measures are taken to correct unsatisfactory performance and conditions.
7. Ensures compliance with all regulations governing health care delivery and the results of accrediting agencies by continually monitoring the overall operation of the organization's programs and initiating changes of broad scope when and where required.
8. Develops and maintains a plan of organization. Establishes policies to ensure adequate management development and/or provide for stable management succession.
9. Interviews, hires, directs, develops, evaluates and, when necessary, disciplines subordinate executive staff. This document represents the major duties, responsibilities, and authorities of this job, and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and functions. It should be understood, therefore, that incumbents may be asked to perform job-related duties beyond those explicitly described.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
A. Education /Training: Requires a master's degree in Hospital Administration, Business Administration, clinical discipline or related area.
B. Work Experience: Requires a minimum of ten years of progressively more responsible administrative and managerial experience in the health care industry. Experience in a large, complex acute care facility of comparable size is ideal.
C. Certification, Licensure, Registration: None
D. Other Qualifications:
· Analytical Demands: An extremely high level of analytical ability and problem-solving skills to plan, organize and direct the work of the Corporation and develop long range plans for the organization and ensure that the acute care campus(es) adopt(s) sound management philosophies.
· Operations/Execution: While a strong premium is placed on building effective relationships across the acute care campus(es) and health system (with physicians, nurses, system leaders, peer presidents, direct reports and staff), the president must drive exceptional operational and financial performance of the acute care campus(es). A proven track record of achieving operational excellence is required. Using sound data and analytics, the president will ensure effective, rational decisions are made to consistently improve the institution. The president will strive for the highest levels of performance with respect to employee engagement, physician engagement and patient satisfaction. A tireless commitment to exceptional quality and safety is essential.
· Integrity and Values: The president will have unwavering integrity and ethics and will serve as a role model within the system.
Internal Number: President TTW
About Beaumont Health
Beaumont Taylor, Trenton and Wayne Hospitals are all a part of Beaumont Health, Michigan’s largest health care system. Beaumont Health provides patients with compassionate, extraordinary care, no matter where they live. With eight hospitals, 145 outpatient locations, nearly 5,000 physicians and more than 38,000 employees, Beaumont’s commitment to patient and family-centered care contributes to the health and well-being of residents throughout the community and beyond. In 2018, Beaumont had 178,196 discharges, 572,597 emergency visits, 17,790 births, with annual net revenue of $4.7 billion.