The President will have a dual-reporting relationship to the Board of Mount Sinai South Nassau and the Chief Executive Officer of Mount Sinai Health System. S/he will work collaboratively with the senior management team of Mount Sinai Health System in the planning and execution of plans. Reporting to the President will be all direct reports, with a matrix relationship into leadership at Mount Sinai Health System.
Mount Sinai South Nassau is an award-winning, 455-bed acute care teaching hospital located in southern Nassau County. The hospital provides a wide variety of medical and surgical care, excelling in primary and specialty care programs. In 2017, Mount Sinai Health System and South Nassau entered into an affiliation agreement, which brings Mount Sinai’s academic, clinical, and research expertise to South Nassau, furthering the goal of South Nassau to continue on its journey of becoming the preeminent teaching hospital center on Long Island. For further details, go to https://www.southnassau.org/sn/get-to-know-south-nassau?srcaud=Main
The President of Mount Sinai South Nassau will continue to inspire a culture of trust and collaboration in the engagement of senior management of Mount Sinai Health System, as well as the medical staff, faculty, and employees of the hospital. The President will focus on furthering the strategy to become a preeminent, major teaching hospital serving the communities of Nassau and Suffolk Counties and beyond. Specific accountabilities will include oversight for inpatient and ambulatory operations, major building programs, tertiary service development, medical education expansion, physician recruitment, culture maintenance, quality of care, and financial stability.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Work with the Board and senior management of South Nassau and Mount Sinai Health System to develop and implement processes for:
Creating strategic initiatives and business plans;
Addressing financial issues including, appropriate budgeting, capital operations, proper revenue cycle processes, and the material correctness of financial statements;
Facilitating clinical, academic, and research collaborations;
Evaluating the financial soundness of business development initiatives and ensuring appropriate implementation; and
Maintaining high patient satisfaction and well-maintained physical facilities.
Foster a dynamic vision for the allocation of clinical and financial resources such that Mount Sinai South Nassau achieves preeminent levels of quality and patient satisfaction.
Continue to refine and implement a comprehensive strategic plan for the hospital, integrating the hospital with the Mount Sinai Health System and lead the execution of the plan.
Address all challenges and opportunities related to regulatory compliance, state, and national regulations, quality of care, core reporting measures, practice guidelines and length-of-stay initiatives.
Attract and retain outstanding clinical faculty, as well as staff, who can contribute to the achievement of the hospital’s mission.
Gain consensus from medical staff members, clinical leadership, and staff to rally behind newly established priorities, recognizing that cooperation and collaboration are necessary.
Expand upon the fundraising base of the hospital through grateful patients, coordinating efforts with physician leaders.
Maintain focus on maximizing revenues and managing expenses at the hospital.
Oversee the hospital’s major construction projects, space allocation, equipment purchases, and maintenance.
Serve as the lead representative of Mount Sinai South Nassau in the communities served by the organization and in matters pertaining to state and local officials.
A professional with outstanding academic and clinical credentials, with at least five years of senior-level experience within a large, complex, teaching hospital environment.
A leader with a strong track record in a large, complex, matrix organization with multiple constituencies.
Demonstrated ability to attract, develop, and mentor world-class talent.
Demonstrated capability in strategic planning.
Proven track record in leading and sustaining operational excellence.
Proven track record of devising and managing solutions to drive growth.
An articulate and persuasive fundraiser.
An individual of passion who can lead through active listening, persuasion, and decisiveness.
A leader with governance experience.
An executive with a strong financial acumen and insight to balance mission requirements and world-class care within the realities of a resource-constrained environment.
Additional Salary Information: A competitive compensation and benefits package will be provided to the selected candidate Inquiries should be directed to David Shabot at email@example.com