Maine Medical Center, ranked the number-one ranked hospital in Maine by U.S. News & World Report for 2015-2016, includes 637 beds and 6,000 employees. MMC’s unique role as a community hospital and a referral center requires an unparalleled depth and breadth of services, including the state’s only medical school, through a partnership with Tufts University School of Medicine, and a world-class biomedical research center. Critical Care Medicine has recently been named a service line at MMC and includes: 39 physician faculty, 54 critical care beds and 33 additional IMC beds. The Critical Care Service Line is included in the current Master Facility Planning, with significant growth anticipated over the next 10 years. The Chief, Critical Care Service Line reports to the Chief Medical Officer and functions as the principal academic, clinical and administrative leader for the Critical Care department and service line. The Chief is accountable for the development and maintenance of efficient, effective clinical operations as well as developing collaborative working relationships among clinicians and administrators. He/She will be charged with helping create the service line; unifying the ICUs, working as a cohesive team with common goals; and quality and safety initiatives. This is an outstanding opportunity to create and co-lead a critical care service line in a well-respected, growing medical center that is an integral member of a large, successful health system.
We are seeking a board certified physician leader with at least seven years of progressive clinical leadership experience in a complex organization. The ideal candidate will be a strong leader who cultivates collaboration and builds consensus across diverse stakeholders.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.
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