Search resumes for OB/GYN Chair

 

Submitted by Andy Norton, MD, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, and Paul Yakulis, Senior Vice President, Human Resources

 

We have re-started our search for System Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and we invite members of the MLH Medical Staff to recommend potential candidates.

 

A summary of the role is below:

The System Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology will provide strategic leadership, direction and coordination of administrative, clinical, educational, and research endeavors to the department’s more than 110 employed and aligned physicians while enhancing collaboration with the system’s academic affiliates, Thomas Jefferson University and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

The System Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology is a senior member of the clinical and operational leadership team at the departmental level providing vision, leadership, and oversight to all clinical programs and services of the Department.  The System Chair will champion a culture of quality and safety and align all practitioners towards common goals in order to attain the highest level of clinical quality and evidence-based clinical standards.  The Chair will advance clinical programs to support growth across the system and enhance the system’s educational and research mission.

The Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology reports to the Chief Medical Officer of Main Line Health and works collaboratively with system and hospital campus leadership including other system chairs, medical executive leaders, the Chief Academic Officer, campus Presidents and VPMAs, and Main Line Health executive leadership including the CEO, CNO, CMIO and Vice President, Quality and Patient Safety.

Campus Chiefs of Obstetrics and Gynecology at each of the system’s four acute care hospitals report to the System Chair.

 

To review the full position specification, please send an email to Paul Yakulis, SVP Human Resources, MLH, at YakulisP@mlhs.org.

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