Administrative Director of Transplant Services

  • HCA
  • Fort Worth, TX, USA
  • Feb 01, 2018

Job Description

Job Code: 00073-98418


No Weekends

Administrative Director of Transplant Services

Responsible for Medical City Fort Worth's Transplant service line to include the overall direction and business development, marketing, physician relations, and community outreach. Directs all departments (Transplant Administration, Transplant Clinic, Transplant Therapy, Kidney Transplant and Organ Procurement) and financial functions connected with the day-to-day management of the entity and performs additional duties at the request of the Chief Operating Officer.

  • Establishing and committing to a long-term business direction after considering clinical and financial data, resources, market drivers, and organizational values; anticipating and responding to shifts within the market, technology, or policy environment that influence the delivery, management, and financing of healthcare.
  • Consults with medical staff members; remains fully informed regarding the views of the medical staff as to the quality of medical practice and patient care within transplant services.
  • Oversees the planning, control, and effective utilization of the physical, financial and human resources of the entity. Maintains awareness of the current and potential competitive forces in the marketplace and ensures that the entity has an active and continuous marketing plan that meets the overall strategic objectives.
  • Ensures that all legal and statutory requirements are met for the operations of the Transplant Services service line; including obtaining and maintaining any and all related accreditations.
  • Directs clinical activities for the solid organ program in accordance with the strategic goals of the organization.
  • Passionately selling an organizational vision; creating a clear and compelling view of the future state by helping others understand and feel how clinical & business outcomes will be different when the vision is achieved.
  • Facilitates development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards and protocols for quality transplant patient and donor care.
  • Establishes mechanisms to monitor quality of transplant care in conjunction with the hospital wide plan. Ensures compliance with applicable accrediting agencies and regulatory standards related to transplant services.
  • Identifies cost effective systems and resources needed to support the transplant service taking into account business trends, resource availability and customer needs.
  • Ensures that the personnel providing care and services to transplant patients and donors are adequately and appropriately licensed, credentialed, qualified and trained.
  • Maintains contractual agreements required to provide care and services to transplant patients and donors.
  • Ensures competence and education of staff. Maintains and promotes clinical/management competency and professional growth in the work environment.
  • Accepts responsibility to develop and maintain positive physician relationships.

At Medical City Fort Worth

There is a Difference

Medical City Fort Worth is a 320 bed MAGNET Designated hospital located in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas. Medical City Fort Worth serves as a tertiary referral center for Tarrant County and numerous counties within a 90-mile radius. Medical City Fort Worth has an Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, and an Accredited Comprehensive Stroke program.

Established in 1974, Medical City Fort Worth is part of Medical City Healthcare, one of the region's largest, most comprehensive health care providers.
  • Offering comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services, including cardiac care, neuroscience, oncology, orthopedics, kidney transplant surgery, and emergency care
  • Accredited by The Joint Commission
  • Our greatest honor doesn't come just from awards. It comes from helping people live happier, healthier lives through cutting-edge diagnostic treatment and exceptional patient care.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Education and Training Experience Required
  • Master's degree preferred; Bachelor's required.
  • Ten (10) years experience in progressive leadership roles in an acute care setting in which clinical and leadership skills have been demonstrated to be effective and exceptional preferred.
  • Requires a knowledge of group dynamics, strong analytical, organizational and communication skills.
  • Must have thorough knowledge of the transplant process.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the relationship between the clinical and financial aspects of transplantation.
  • Proven experience in contract negotiations with third party payers.
  • Ability to interact effectively with various groups or one on one.
  • Excellent communication/articulation skills. Must have the ability to develop strategic plan for the transplant program in accordance with the organization's goals.
  • Current specialty certification in Healthcare preferred.

Bachelor's Degree

Last Edited: 02/22/2018