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For more than a century, Piedmont Healthcare has been a recognized leader in delivering expert care. This nonprofit, community based network has grown into an integrated healthcare system of five hospitals and close to 100 physician and specialist offices across greater Atlanta and North Georgia. Last year, Piedmont served nearly two million patients – performing over 44,000 surgeries, delivering 8,000 babies, providing 471,695 outpatient encounters, completing 282 organ transplants and handling nearly 265,000 emergency room visits. Piedmont Cancer Center’s services span the entire spectrum of care – from detection, diagnosis, and research to treatment, education, and support. With Cancer Center locations in Atlanta, Fayetteville, Newnan, and Stockbridge, Georgia, Piedmont offers a broad range of care, including the newest diagnostic testing, groundbreaking therapies, and surgeries, proven medical and radiation oncology, and effective pain management – all tailored to individual needs.
In collaboration with the Executive Director of Oncology Services the Chief Piedmont Cancer Center Service Line will develop a dyad leadership model to lead the development of short and long-term program planning, facilitating communication between physician, staff and hospital leadership, driving continuous strategies for operational and clinical improvement, setting measurable objectives, accomplishing strategic growth and ensuring patient satisfaction and overall quality of the cancer programs. S/he will serve as the Physician Director of Oncology Programs for Piedmont Healthcare and will actively contribute to shaping the entire enterprise and creating an operation and culture that focuses on patient-centered, time compressed care and enhancing a world-class model for cancer care both operationally and clinically.
- Board Certified in an oncologic specialty and eligible for licensure in the State of Georgia.
- Prior leadership position such as a Cancer Center Director or Division Chair in a fully integrated community oncology program, an academic medical center or NCI designated cancer center.
- The successful candidate will have excellent strategic planning skills with a unique blend of clinical and business savvy to facilitate strong relationships among administrators and physician leaders across departments and disciplines.
- The successful candidate will be someone who is viewed as a natural leader, able to inspire confidence; promote creativity and vision and whose interpersonal skills and style facilitate operational innovation.