More than 110 years since it was founded, Piedmont Healthcare is known as a leading health system in cancer care, treatment of heart disease, and organ transplantation with 11 hospitals, 27 urgent care centers, 555 Piedmont Healthcare practice locations and more than 2,300 Piedmont Clinic members in the greater Atlanta area. Piedmont Healthcare’s more than 22,000 employees dedicate themselves to making a positive difference in every life they touch, and the system’s commitment doesn’t stop there. In FY 2019, Piedmont Healthcare provided more than $340 million in uncompensated care and community benefit programming in an effort to better the health and well-being of the people in the communities it serves. In May 2019, Piedmont Healthcare became Great Place to Work-Certified™ and in June 2019 was named by Forbes as one of the Top 10 Employers in Georgia.
We are proud to be partnering with Piedmont Healthcare to recruit the Executive Director, Oncology Service Line. The Executive Director will be responsible for the development and oversight of the Oncology Service Line across Piedmont Healthcare’s facilities and service areas throughout Georgia. Functioning in a physician dyad relationship, serves as the senior administrative leader for the service line responsible for ensuring a consistent Piedmont Oncology brand and comprehensive, integrated care experience across the organization. Partners with PHC hospital administrators and local oncology operational leaders to develop and execute the system-wide strategy for Oncology that delivers a high quality and consistent care experience, while serving the unique needs of our local communities. Helps grow and maintain a highly aligned and engaged group of quality physicians representing all major cancer disciplines. Responsible for the development and maturation of oncology-focused supportive services, external partnerships and clinical research. Serves as the administrative director for the Oncology Clinical Governance Council.
Education and Credentials
- Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field.
- Ten (10) years of progressively responsible professional work experience in strategic program development, change management, and/or performance improvement in a healthcare environment, with prior experience in Oncology services required.
- Post-graduate degree in healthcare or business administration preferred. Strong working knowledge of healthcare industry, ability to think strategically, and experience in business development and growth.