Division Chief of Surgery Jobs in Portland, OR

Location
Portland, Oregon
Posted
Dec 29, 2016
Ref
20160789
Contact
Josh Erde-Wollheim
Specialty
Surgery, General
Position Type
Permanent

Portland, Oregon - Seeking a board-certified surgeon to act as division chief of surgery for Providence St. Vincent Medical Center. Full time position with mix of administrative and clinical. Competitive compensation; comprehensive benefits. Candidate should be board-certified in a surgical specialty or anesthesia. Five years of clinical experience and formal leadership required. Division chief will have oversight of PSVMC's medical staff which includes both employed and privileged (private practice) surgeons. Demonstrated ability to influence stakeholders will be a necessary skill. Other responsibilities will include strategic planning, budgeting and maintaining an operational focus on quality and performance metrics. Join us and help us improve an already excellent surgical service!

Facility: Providence St. Vincent Medical Center

Founded in 1875, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center (PSVMC) is Oregon's oldest hospital. PSVMC is also one of the most decorated facilities in the nation, having been named a Top 100 Hospital by Thomson Reuters many times over the years. The 523-bed medical center provides some of the most advanced services in the region and is home to the well-respected Providence Heart and Vascular Institute, Providence Brain and Spine Institute and other “centers of excellence.” PSVMC is conveniently located near Highway 26 in west Portland.

Portland has a metro population over two million, but maintains strong local neighborhoods and a close connection to nature. Consequently, the city consistently ranks high in national “livability” contests. The New York Times describes Portland as a “bastion of good living” and “one of our national capitals of cool.” With easy access to mountains and beaches, coupled with a nationally recognized food culture, Portland is a large little city with an outsized and unique cultural footprint.