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1. Magee Resource Group has been exclusively retained by Kingman Regional Medical Center to recruit a Director of Cancer Center. Magee Resource Group is an experienced…
  • 1. Magee Resource Group has been exclusively retained by Kingman Regional Medical Center to recruit a Director of Cancer Center. Magee Resource Group is an experienced Healthcare Executive Search firm that specializes within the oncology service line. Our firm's creativity in offering solutions to healthcare organizations is a proven process that is results driven and is why we have been able to work with some of the top cancer programs in the nation. WEBSITES THE POSITION Director of Cancer Center – Kingman Regional Medical Center The Director of Cancer Center – Kingman Regional Medical Center directs all daily Cancer Center operations and ensures that the CancerCenter provides high quality, effective, and responsive services to its customers. Position Accountabilities:  Responsible for the planning, organization,direction, coordination and integration of the Department to include administrative, clinical, technical andeducational aspects of the Cancer Center. POSITION Director of Cancer Center – Kingman Regional Medical Center ORGANIZATION Kingman Regional Medical Center Kingman Regional Medical Center - Cancer Center Mayo Clinic Care Network LOCATION Kingman, Arizona REPORTING RELATIONSHIP Director of Cancer Center – Kingman Regional Medical Center will report to the Chief Operating Officer at Kingman Regional Medical Center. Innovative People…Innovative Solutions 920 Pierremont Road, Suite 515 Shreveport, LA 71106 (318) 865-8411 Fax (318) 861-3411 Search and Recruitment Interim Placement Compatibility Assessment
  • 2.  Oversees the delivery of services for aforementioned department and the development, implementation and monitoring of policies and procedures throughout the hospital related to these services. Provides excellent customer service and adheres to the Behavioral Expectations Agreement.  Ensures that the delivery of care and services for which he/she is responsible meets Federal, State, DNV, and other regulatory/accreditation requirements. Ensures that hospital policies and procedures are followed.  Monitors and evaluates the quality and safety of the department and takes appropriate actions based on findings. Investigates irregularities in the delivery of care or service, policy violations, etc., and takes corrective action when necessary.  Develops and implements a system of care for patients that include staffing patterns based on patient/customer needs. Reviews and monitors work schedules, work hours, and duty assignments of personnel.  Develops and revises job descriptions for all Department positions; interviews, selects and hires new or replacement staff to fill approved positions; Ensures that department personnel are properly oriented, trained, in-serviced, and evaluated including age specific topics within established periods. Ensures employee evaluations are completed in a timely manner. Effectively utilizes employee improvement and corrective action methods when necessary.  Provides input to the Director of Human Resources concerning pay scales, pay structures, to enable appropriate recruitment and retention of departmental staff. Creates a management structure that can meet assigned tasks in an effective, efficient manner.  Participates in professional growth and encourages professional growth in others. Ensures staff members maintain clinical competence to provide patient care services that are consistent with the needs of the Department  Ensures that sound fiscal and budgeting policies be established and followed and that services are provided without waste of either labor or supplies. Develops and recommends to the COO operational and capital expenditure budgets for services for which he/she is responsible on an annual basis in accordance with established deadlines.  Provides feedback to the COO concerning department’s financial performance on a regular basis. Recommends adjustments or exceptions to the budget when unexpected or unusual circumstances arise. Evaluates past and current conditions, and then recommends a course of action, which will promote the development of services for which she/he is responsible, while keeping the KRMC Mission Statement in mind.  Analyzes, evaluates, and recommends the necessary resources (personnel, supplies, facilities, etc.) to facilitate improvements in his/her services. Working with the Public Relations Department, promotes his/her services as well as emphasizes community health education and health promotion activities to the community.
  • 3.  Responds to physician requests, monitors the effectiveness of the Department’s services and communicates with the Medical Staff regarding the Department’s services or whenever necessary. Effectively communicates with Board Members, Medical Staff, employees, patients and visitors.  Conveys the mission, vision, and goals of KRMC and the department as well as other necessary information to the appropriate individuals. Generates trust and respect through honest, candid, and courteous interaction with the administration, medical staff, employees and community. Presents verbal and written ideas and information concisely, logically and effectively, keeping in mind attending audience.  Creates an atmosphere in which goals and objectives are met through teamwork and cooperation, holds reporting employees accountable for achieving desired goals and objectives. Delegates duties appropriately to ensure maximum efficiency in the attainment of goals and objectives.  Makes good decisions by recognizing key issues, soliciting input when appropriate, identifying alternatives with the associated possible risks and gains, and chooses the alternative which best contributes to hospital goals and objectives. Participates in the Hospital’s committees and meetings as requested or needed.  Accomplishes assigned goals and objectives; Established annually. Qualifications:  Education: B.S. or B.A degree in nursing or radiation therapy and an Arizona licensed and oncology certified R.N. or a registered Radiation Therapist.  Skills: Basic lingual, mathematical, computer skills. Demonstrated leadership abilities. Proven track record of building a cohesive, competent, engaged and stable team.  Knowledge of current regulatory requirements related to Cancer Center. ACOS Commission on Cancer accreditation experience preferred.  Experience: Minimum of three years experience as an Oncology R.N. or a registered Radiation Therapist; two years experience as a Cancer Center Director.  Physical Requirements: Ability to provide clear direction to staff. Ability to remain composed during any negative confrontations or demands of the position.
  • 4. THE CLIENT Kingman RegionalMedicalCenter Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMG) has grown to become an example of the great things that can happen when a hospital is owned and operated by the community it serves. Its 235-bed non-profit medical center has grown into a facility capable of providing highly technical and specialized care not normally available to residents living in a rural setting. As the largest healthcare provider in northwest Arizona, KRMC offers a full range of services to meet the health and wellness needs of the growing community. From sophisticated medical imaging and diagnostic capabilities to advanced treatments in cardiac care, wound care, and cancer, to progressive rehabilitation and pain management therapies; Kingman Regional Medical Center are unique among medical centers in similar-size communities. Receiving the Governor's Arizona Innovation Award, being named one of the nation's top 100 hospitals in community value and in the State of the Nation’s Hospitals report, and becoming Arizona's first rural teaching hospital are the results of local leaders working to meet the healthcare needs of their community. Because they focus on the work environment and embrace the concept of continuous improvement, they have also become a leader in patient satisfaction.
  • 5. KRMC has the distinction of being among the first members of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. With this membership, the healthcare providers have direct access to Mayo Clinic medical expertise and research. This relationship enables the medical center to address more types of medical conditions at a local level, providing the Kingman community further options for receiving quality care close to home. KRMC is considered a non-profit corporation.A group of local leaders came together to formulate a non-profit corporate entity that would assure local hospital control. All excess funds are kept for the benefit and development of the community's health services as determined by the local board. Kingman Regional Medical Center facilities include: Golden Valley Medical Center, Meadview Medical Services, Sunshine Canyon FAMILY Healthcare and Desert View Health Care. Mission Statement: Serving Our Community with Compassion and Commitment Vision Statement: Our vision is to provide the region's best clinical care and patient service through an environment that fosters respect for others and pride in performance. Values: KRMC's values are the key words in both the Mission and Vision Statements. Those values include compassion, commitment, respect for others, and pride in performance.
  • 6. Kingman RegionalMedicalCenter - CancerCenter At the KRMC Cancer Center, the patients benefit from the region's most advanced cancer- treatment technologies. They offer the most recent innovations in chemotherapy, blood transfusions, and other intravenous therapies; which result in far fewer side-effects and complications. KRMC Cancer Center also offers radiation therapy using state-of-the-art technology rarely found outside large urban centers. Mayo Clinic Care Network The Mayo Clinic Care Network is a network of like-minded organizations which share a common commitment to improving the delivery of health care in their communities through high-quality, data-driven, evidence-based medical care.
  • 7. The network recognizes that people prefer to get their health care close to home. The main goal of the network is to help people gain the benefits of Mayo Clinic expertise without having to travel to a Mayo Clinic facility. The network achieves this goal by developing closer relationships with community medical providers through formal collaboration and information-sharing tools, including: Bringing the expertise of a Mayo medical specialist to your community, without the need for an additional appointment or travel. They offer a Web-based information system, called AskMayoExpert, that allows doctors to quickly connect with expert clinical information on hundreds of medical conditions at any hour of the day or night. As well as health care consulting access to peers, tools and expertise in business processes to help members implement and realize the value of Mayo Clinic's integrated clinical care and practice models. Mayo Clinic Care Network members are selected based on a rigorous set of clinical excellence, patient care and quality criteria. The network extends Mayo Clinic's knowledge and expertise to providers who are interested in having a relationship. Through this collaboration, members have access to the latest Mayo Clinic expertise to help care for their patients. Collaborating with other medical providers to provide the best possible care for patients close to home has always been part of Mayo Clinic's culture and long-term success. The Mayo Clinic Care Network helps Mayo and community care organizations work closer together in new ways to further enhance the lives of patients, many of whom may never travel to Mayo Clinic for care. While retaining their autonomy, members of the Mayo Clinic Care Network have more direct access to Mayo Clinic's expertise, as well as to Mayo Clinic's evidence-based disease management protocols, clinical care guidelines, treatment recommendations and reference materials for complex medical conditions. Organizations can enhance their own strong brand presence in their region by adding the Mayo Clinic Care Network logo and trademark to their marketing communications. With more than 15 years of consumer research about Mayo Clinic's brand,we know that people expect more from Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic Care Network is committed to creating positive and meaningful relationships with network members to improve the health of their patients and communities. THE LOCATION KINGMAN, ARIZONA
  • 8. Kingman is the heart of historic Route 66 and one of the hidden treasures of Arizona. Scenic hiking, historic charm, great cafes and restaurants, and the allure of Route 66 combine to make Kingman a remarkable destination. According to the 2015 census, the population of the city is 28,125. The nearby communities of Butler and Golden Valley bring the Kingman area total population to over 66,000. Kingman is located 103 miles southeast of Las Vegas, Nevada, about 150 miles west of Flagstaff, Arizona,about 165 miles northwest of Phoenix, Arizona, about205 miles and about 250 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. Kingman sits on the eastern edge of the Mojave Desert, but is located in a "cold semi-arid climate" instead of the desert. The climate type receives slightly more precipitation than the hot desert climate found to the south and west, and the wintertime low temperatures are significantly colder. Kingman's higher elevation and location between the Colorado Plateau and the Lower Colorado River Valley keeps summer high temperatures away from the extremes experienced by Phoenix and the Colorado River Valley. The higher elevation also contributes to winter cold and occasional snowfall. Kingman occasionally receives a dusting of snow in the winter, though it rarely remains on the ground for longer than the mid-to-late morning. Seasonal recreation is endless in Kingman and surrounding areas. Summers can be spent swimming, fishing or boating in the many lakes in the area such as Lake Mead and Lake Mohave, or a trip could be taken to the Hoover Dam which is only 65 miles away. The winter can bring in close to 100 inches of snow to the surrounding areas including Flagstaff, Arizona about 150 miles away. Sports and activities such as skiing, snowboarding and festivals continue new opportunities during the winter months. Kingman also has two 18-hole golf courses with drive ranges and PGA staff available for lessons, as well as the endless trails and mountains that are always open for hiking in the area. Kingman is also a destination for history enthusiast and boasts more than sixty historic buildings, homes, point of interests and historically significant outdoor locations. Many of the buildings are still in use today as businesses or government offices, and most of the historic homes are still being lived in. The architecture shoes a wide variation in the use of wood
  • 9. sheathing, local stone, concrete, red brick and adobe. The earliest buildings are miners’ cabins and cottages. Schools Kingman Public Schools – Kingman Private Schools- MAGEE RESOURCE GROUP CONTACT Julia E. Williams Sr. Manager, Oncology Recruitment Division & Oncology Consultant MAGEE RESOURCE GROUP, LLC Experts in Healthcare Executive Search 318-865-8411 Main 318-683-1136 Direct
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