• Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration (MHA), Business Administration (MBA), Management or related field is required.
• A minimum of 3-5 years experience at the CEO level in a similar sized for-profit, acute-care hospital is required; however, may also consider 3-5 years of COO experience in a larger, for-profit, acute-care hospital.
• Exceptional physician recruitment and relations skills are required.
• Exceptional community and board relations skills are required.
• Exceptional leadership skills and a hands-on visible approach to staff management and interaction are required.
• Exceptional financial acumen and operations management expertise are required.
Our community brings together small-town values and cosmopolitan diversity. Combined with the natural beauty of the area, it is a perfect place for people to explore their many and varied interests. Additionally, the institutions of higher education compliment the rich and rugged history of the area and create a vibrant community that benefits from being active, educated, and engaged.
The area is a four-season wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts. Camping, fishing and hunting are popular year-round. Hundreds of miles in trail systems are developed for off-road motorized recreation such as ATVing and snowmobiling. Additionally, there are hundreds of miles of trails for the avid silent sports culture including hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, and Nordic skiing.
This university communities offer a wide range of events for the community at large. Art galleries are constantly overflowing with exhibits and the fine arts centers bring in music, theatrical, comedic and intellectual acts year-round.
With NCAA division I, II, & III athletics, there is always a sporting event to attend, with hockey being a local favorite.
The area is home to two of the oldest indoor ice arenas in the United States, and was the first place in the U.S. to have a professional hockey team.