Central Texas Endoscopy Center specializes in Gastroesophageal
Reflux Disease (GERD), Crohn's disease, gallbladder disorders,
Ulcerative Colitis, liver disease, and acute pancreatitis.
We are currently searching for a Center Director with ambulatory
surgery center, gastrointestinal, and supervisory experience.
The Center Director is responsible for day-to-day operations
within the authority of the Board of Directors. This includes
planning, organizing, and directing overall operations for the
Center according to its policies, procedures, goals, and
objectives. The Administrator ensures that the Center meets all
relevant local, state, federal, and accrediting-body rules and
regulations. This role is responsible for financial and
cost-containment decisions within the Center. The Administrator
serves as internal risk manager, and is responsible for management
of all aspects of the environment of care, personnel, materials
management, equipment procurement, education of personnel, and
administrative duties; coordinates and directs patient care in the
Center according to adopted policies and procedures, state and
federal regulations, and accepted accreditation standards. In
addition, promotes a favorable image of the Center to physicians,
staff, patients, insurance companies, and the general public, and
may delegate duties as deems necessary. The job reports directly to
the Vice President of Operations as chairperson of the Center's
Board of Directors.
* Oversee daily operations of center to ensure patient safety
and highest quality of care is provided; * Act in accordance with
the vision, mission, and business philosophy of the Center; *
Recommend, develop and update short and long term strategic plans
to support the Center's philosophy and goals; * Oversee clinical
and administrative operations, with a focus on quality improvement
and business development; * Provide direction on staffing decisions
and operations to drive efficiencies, while ensuring quality and
patient safety; * Ensure compliance with regulatory agencies and
accrediting body; ensure compliance with the Center's policies and
procedures; * Serve as primary liaison between the Governing Board,
the medical staff, facility staff, health system partner, and the
management company; * Oversee financial performance of the
facility; develop operations budget, and capital budget; make
operational decisions that support the Center's financial goals and
objectives; * Work in conjunction with the QAPI Committee and the
Governing Board in the evaluation and development of existing and
new surgical service lines, and the recruitment of new physicians;
* Oversee human resource matters and personnel management in all
departments, to include performance reviews and disciplinary
actions; ensure high employee morale and a professional, positive,
and healthful atmosphere; * Responsible for overall patient
engagement and experience, including the Center's Patient
Satisfaction performance; * Works closely with the Division Vice
President of Operations to ensure the appropriate management of the
Center and Partnership; * Oversee credentialing per Medical Staff
Bylaws; collaborate with the Medical Director and QAPI Committee as
appropriate; * Serve as a member of the QAPI Committee; collaborate
with Clinical Director to successfully implement Quality Assurance
Performance Improvement program, Infection Control Program,
Pharmacy Program, Radiology Program and other components of
clinical services as appropriate; * Maintain memberships in
professional associations relevant to ambulatory surgery and
healthcare administration; * Foster a network of peers and industry
experts to stay current in industry trends and changes in the
healthcare environment, such as finances/reimbursement, legislative
issues, best practices etc. and act accordingly in the best
interest of the Center; * Adhere to the Center's professional
conduct policies; * Maintain patient, physician, and employee
privacy and confidentiality; * Perform related work as
* Comprehensive knowledge of surgery center business operations;
* Experience developing monthly reporting on financial metrics;
working knowledge of standard accounting principles, financial
statement reviews, and budget development; * Strong organizational
and interpersonal skills; * Demonstrated ability for self-direction
and initiative; * Excellent communication skills; * Experience
working with Excel, Word, and Outlook.
* Registered Nurse; Master's Degree in Business or Healthcare
Administration preferred; * Gastroenterology and Supervisory
experience in a hospital suite or ASC setting; * At least three (3)
years of healthcare management experience; * At least one (1)
years' experience in an ASC preferred.
* Strong leadership skills required. Must be able to handle
multiple tasks effectively and efficiently while maintaining a
professional, courteous manner. Must be able to work well with
others. Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
Must be detail oriented and organized. High integrity, including
maintenance of confidential information. Must be able to exercise
good judgment and to positively influence and lead others,
including handling confrontations with poise and effectiveness.
Based on business needs, the ability to work a flexible schedule,
including some evenings and weekends as approved in advance.
Must pass a background check and drug screen.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
We do not discriminate in practices or employment opportunities
on the basis of an individual's race, color, national or ethnic
origin, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital
status, veteran status, disability, or any other prohibited
category set forth in federal or state regulations.
Come Join our Team!