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Chief Medical Officer - Portneuf Medical Center
| Portneuf Medical Center|
United States, Idaho, Pocatello
777 Hospital Way (Show on map)
|November 15, 2023|
Ardent Health Services invests in quality healthcare.
Ardent Health Services, located in Nashville, Tennessee, has earned a reputation as one of the industry's strongest - and most innovative hospital operators. We are driven by our purpose of caring for people: our patients, their families and one another. Our facilities and clinics are consistently recognized among healthcare's best employers.
To support operations, Ardent invested more than $1.4 billion since 2011 to raise the standard of care in the communities we serve. Additionally, Ardent has invested $220 million in Epic, towards uniting our hospitals and clinics on a single information-sharing platform to improve patient outcomes and increase efficient care delivery. We recognize each hospital is as unique as the community it serves. We strive to maintain strong community ties through advisory boards, contributions, charitable care, education and outreach.
Ardent Health Services invests in quality healthcare. AHS makes considerable investments in people, technology, facilities, and communities, producing high quality care and extraordinary results. From newly constructed facilities and expanded services, to lifesaving technology and outstanding opportunities for employees, AHS is committed to providing its hospitals and clinics the tools needed to succeed.
OUR PURPOSE is caring for people: our patients, their families and one another.
We believe it is this mix of corporate support and local autonomy that equips our facilities for success.
Portneuf Medical Center:
Portneuf Medical Center (PMC) is a 205-bed regional referral hospital for southern and eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. Our mission is to be the first choice for patients in the region for all their healthcare needs. PMC offers a Level II trauma center, Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), a Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) certified cancer center, high-performing orthopedic services, and a full suite of cardiac care. Portneuf Medical Group is the large multi-specialty physician group employed by Portneuf and has 60 physicians and 40 Advanced Practice Providers. In addition, PMC has one of the largest surgery practices in the state, robotics-trained surgeons, an award-winning vein center, a fully accredited wound care clinic, innovative urological care, high-performing orthopedics, and primary care to support all ages.
As a teaching hospital, PMC is committed to raising the bar in healthcare while also raising the next generation of providers. And, as a major employer in Pocatello, we have 1,700 well-qualified employees.
In a joint venture partnership with the Portneuf Health Trust, Ardent Health Services operates Portneuf Medical Center located in Pocatello, Idaho. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Ardent Health Services includes 30 hospitals and more than 200 sites of care.
We are currently recruiting for a Chief Medical Officer (CMO) to support our Portneuf Medical Center in Pocatello, Idaho.
The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) will interface with Administration, the Medical Staff, and other physician organizations. The primary objective of this position is to lead clinical and quality initiatives that support consistent clinical performance and quality of care through outcomes measurement and performance improvement processes.
The CMO is a leadership position created to build on and strengthen the positive and mutually supportive relationships between hospital administration and the medical staff. As such, the CMO will work closely with the Ardent CMO, administrative staff, members of the medical staff, and its leadership to maintain the high quality of the medical staff and to help lead the medical staff participating in furthering the mission of the organization, with a duty to support the mission and philosophy of Portneuf Medical Center.
The CMO will work closely with and facilitate positive relationships with nursing leadership in order to ensure successful performance improvement initiatives and overall quality of care. The incumbent will forge strong linkages and alignments with physician providers. The CMO will support and advise the Medical Executive Committee and the Departments in responding to complaints regarding physician behavior and performance.
Clinical Care Management