Oaklawn, a continued five-star rated hospital, offers an excellent CEO opportunity to provide hands-on hospital operations management with a focus on continued business development, physician relations, quality services and fiscal accountability. Qualified candidates will have at least a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration (MHA) or related field. Seven years senior leadership experience in healthcare organization with demonstrated success in the management of multiple departments resulting in improvement and safety. The ideal candidate will also have a strong commitment to authentic leadership, problem solving, and team work to provide real care for our patients and communities in a dynamic and highly competitive healthcare market.
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We invite you to consider working with us at Oaklawn in Marshall, Michigan. Oaklawn, a 77-bed acute care hospital, provides medical care for a population of just over 7,000 and has done so for over eight decades.
Marshall is one of the nation’s largest historic landmark districts, and is prominently positioned to welcome businesses and travelers along both I-69 and I-94 between Detroit and Chicago. We exude small-town charm with a safe community, award-winning public schools, and a low cost of living. Additional information about Marshall can be found at choosemarshall.com.
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If you are interested in becoming part of our community while leading an organization with an incredible culture of real care, please share your letter of interest and current resume with us confidentially at email@example.com prior to December 14, 2018.
For more information please contact Marla Stuck, Executive Director of Human Resources at (269) 789.8974.
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