Regional Medical Director, Ambulatory

Our client is one of New York’s largest integrated delivery systems, encompassing eight hospital campuses, a leading medical school, and a vast network of ambulatory practices throughout the greater New York region. The System’s vision is to provide the safest and highest quality care, the highest satisfaction, the best access and the best value of any health system in the nation.  As the System and its Ambulatory Network continue to grow, the organization has created the position of Regional Medical Director for Ambulatory Care.

A new position, the Western Queens Regional Medical Director, will play an instrumental role in directing the growth and performance of the Network in Western Queens, including the new flagship multi-specialty site, the Ambulatory Pavilion, a state-of-the-art 140,000 square foot facility. In addition, the Regional Medical Director will also have a role across Western Queens and be responsible for providing leadership to the physicians of several additional existing sites and practices, ensuring that patients benefit from the best of the System. 

The ideal candidate will be a key leader in strategic planning, serving as a member of the Queens Strategy Group, in the application of clinical quality standards and performance guidelines, in developing enhanced operational systems including centralized scheduling, tracking and productivity/accountability systems, recruitment, and in building the overall infrastructure for services.  The Regional Medical Director will have primary responsibility for building a cohesive/integrated culture among healthcare providers and in collaboration with an administrative partner, for the delivery of high quality, patient centered care with a service excellence-focus.  It is expected that the Regional Medical Director will be a strong mentor and advocate for the clinical staff and be a hands-on, credible, and engaged leader.

Qualified candidates will be physicians who are well versed in current medical group trends and leadership with a proven track record of clinical, operational, and administrative accomplishments in a group practice/ambulatory environment.  Program development, collaborative problem resolution and strong communication skills are essential as is being a visible, collegial and effective change agent, attuned to financial realities and committed to quality. S/he will have a roll-up-the-sleeves management style with an open door policy.  An understanding of the changing healthcare landscape and its direct impact on patient care outcomes is a must. This executive must be eligible for NYS licensure.

Interested candidates, please forward your CV to Pat Anderson,



Medical Executive

Our client is a highly-regarded, 900+ bed, private, non-profit organization offering a complete continuum of high-quality senior living, short-term rehab (post-acute care), and mental-health services. Located in the suburbs of New York City, this organization is a recognized leader within its areas of service, has a consistent history of profitable results from operations, and garners strong fundraising support from individuals and organizations annually within the communities it serves. Our client is searching for the Medical Executive to continue to foster health, healing and wellness for people of all ages, consistent with the principles on which the institution was founded.

Reporting directly to the Executive Vice President and COO, the Medical Executive is part of the senior leadership team and will be responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the management of the medical staff.  This executive will work closely with other members of the executive team in strategic planning and in the expansion of clinical services and capabilities.  S/he will participate in the development and execution of the annual operating and capital budgets and will oversee the medical staff budget.  Working closely with the medical staff, the Medical Executive will develop performance indicators, will continue to provide a high quality of care to patients, and will provide the staff with the leadership and strategic direction for engagement, professional and leadership development, and succession planning.  In addition, this executive will maintain close relationships with physicians within the acute care partner hospitals/systems to foster outreach, serve as a resource, and identify potential areas for collaboration or partnership.

The successful candidate will be a qualified M.D. or D.O., Board Certified in his/her specialty (clinical background in psychiatry or geriatrics is preferred) and have a minimum of three to five years of experience in an administrative role preferably in a post-acute care setting.  This physician executive has successfully worked closely with Board members, medical and management staff, and outside practitioners, healthcare facilities, and caregivers.  S/he will possess strong communication and collaborative skills.

Qualified candidates please submit your CV/resume to Karen Gordon:



Clinical Director for the Regional Cancer Center

Our client, a successful 360+ bed acute care facility, provides technologically advanced and leading edge care across a continuum that encompasses education, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and Population Health. The Medical Center seeks to recruit an innovative and transformative physician leader to serve as the Clinical Director, Regional Cancer Center of a comprehensive cancer care program in the greater metropolitan New York area.

Reporting directly to the President and CEO, the Clinical Director for the Regional Cancer Center will provide the leadership, vision, strategic direction and integration of the oncology service line. The Director will ensure innovative program development, the delivery of evidence-based cancer care to the community, and will direct the planning and delivery of all cancer related services including community outreach and screening, education, detection, survivorship, navigation, support groups and clinical trials. The Director will coordinate and integrate the hospital sponsored and private physicians and ensure the highest quality of care and clinical outcomes at the appropriate cost of care, preparing the Center for value-based payment models within the oncology service line. The Director will also seek opportunities to expand the scope of services by identifying clinical needs, building on existing strengths and capitalizing on the Medical Center’s low cost position, reputation for personalized care, and culture of compassion and caring.

The successful candidate will be highly respected in their specialty with a regional if not national reputation in cancer care, a track record of published articles in critically appraised journals, and experience in clinical trials. Candidates will also have experience in the leadership and building of cancer programs and the ability to lead change at a time of intense regional competition in the cancer marketplace.  A collaborative leadership style coupled with strong entrepreneurial, communication, and interpersonal skills will be essential. A minimum of 5 years of leadership responsibility at a major cancer center is required.

Interested candidates please submit resume/CV to Pat Anderson at 


Chair of the Departments of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Health

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is searching for a Chair of the Departments of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Health. 

Responsibilities of the position will include the administration of the faculty and staff for the undergraduate and graduate programs.  The department sponsors an active residency and post-graduate training program.  The School has plans to expand the residency training program to the Rutgers New Brunswick campus which has two Children's Hospitals and presently no pediatric dentistry training programs on campus.  The Chair is expected to be a graduate of a CODA accredited training program with board certification in pediatric dentistry and eligibility for licensure in New Jersey.  Successful candidate will have a track record of leadership, clinical practice and related scholarly achievement as well as experience working in a hospital environment.  It is expected that the Chair will participate in the intramural faculty practice and hold a clinical appointment at our teaching hospital and expand research initiatives in the field.  This Chair will be responsible for the Community Health Department, including expansion of statewide outreach and education.  Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience.

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is a component of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and is located on the Newark Campus of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Division, along with the Rutgers Medical School, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Health Related Professions and the School of Nursing.  Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.  All final candidates will be required to successfully pass a criminal background check prior to beginning employment.

Interested candidates should submit curriculum vitae to Pat Anderson:





President & CEO

Our client, a regional medical center with 115 licensed beds, serves a population of 108,000, and offers a wide range of primary and specialty care in nine locations throughout the area including 7 health centers.  The President and CEO will lead the organization at a time of unprecedented change in healthcare and ensure ongoing sustainability in a rapidly changing market in the North Country of NY State.

Reporting directly to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, the President and CEO will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the system and to provide the leadership, direction, and administration for all aspects of the hospital and affiliate activities, ensuring quality patient care and financial solvency.  S/he has overall accountability and comprehensive decision-making authority over the Medical Center and its affiliates and participates with other members of the senior management staff in identifying both short and long-term goals and strategic plans.

The successful candidate will have an advanced degree in Healthcare Management, Business and/or other relevant fields with a minimum of 10 to 15 years of increasing levels of responsibility in leadership.  S/he will possess strong communication skills and knowledge of healthcare trends.  This executive is a strategic thinker, a visionary with a proactive and engaging leadership style.  Prior experience in a regional health system and system development is desirable, as is experience in rural healthcare.

Qualified candidates, please submit your resume/CV to Pat Anderson at 



Vice President of Human Resources

Our client is a 450+ licensed bed, financially and clinically strong premier Healthcare leader providing progressive, quality patient care with significant investments in exceptional physicians, nurses and staff, as well as advanced technology.

Reporting directly to the President and CEO, The Vice President, Human Resources (VPHR) will serve as an integral member of the leadership team and is responsible to originate human resources practices and objectives that will provide a balanced program throughout the organization.  The VPHR will provide organizational development, assist and advise senior management on human resources issues, and work closely with the CEO on Human Resources and general management, planning, and programmatic matters. This is an excellent opportunity for the right person to maintain management responsibility for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the Department and carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.

The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree in a related field along with a minimum of ten years of progressively responsible Human Resources leadership experience, of which three or more at the Vice President level. Proficiency in HR information technology, data systems and administrative processes is essential, as is the ability to proactively manage staff and the provision of services to a complex organization. A strong proactive employee relations track record is essential in both a non-union and union environment, along with a sincere commitment to service excellence. Strong supervisory, communication, analytical and organizational skills are required.

Qualified candidates please submit your resume to Karen Gordon:


Vice President/Administrative Director of the Regional Cancer Center

Our client, a successful 350+ bed acute care facility, is seeking a leader to serve as the Vice President/Administrative Director (VP/AD) of their Regional Cancer Center, a comprehensive cancer care program in the greater metropolitan New York area. The Medical Center provides technologically advanced and leading edge care across a continuum that encompasses education, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and wellness maintenance.

Reporting directly to the President and CEO, The Vice President/Administrative Director (VP/AD) of the Regional Cancer Center will work closely with the Clinical Director of the Regional Cancer Center in providing the leadership, vision, strategic direction and integration of the oncology service line. The VP/AD provides the administrative and financial oversight for the Cancer Center while continuing to grow and position the medical center as a destination for cancer care in a very competitive region. Responsibilities include program development with all key stakeholders, growing market share and new services, geographic expansion, clinical integration and collaboration, operational and financial performance, patient and physician satisfaction, quality and safety monitoring and improvement, driving operational efficiencies including patient scheduling, and the recruitment, evaluation and development of oncology staff. Currently, the VP/AD has direct responsibility for approximately 50 employees in radiation oncology, Breast Center, physician practices, tumor registry, scheduling, and support staff.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record in cancer center leadership, with strong financial and operational skill sets, a history of growing market share and a collaborative approach to leadership. A Master’s degree in health care or related area is strongly preferred and at least 5-7 years of progressive cancer center leadership is required. Candidates must demonstrate strong communication and interpersonal skills, an ability to lead change, and a leadership style that embraces mission, vision and values.

Qualified candidates please submit resume/CV to Karen Gordon:


Senior Major Gifts Officer

Our client, a not-for-profit charity providing comprehensive care to children with cancer and blood disorders, is seeking a Senior Major Gifts Officer.

The Senior Major Gifts Officer will be an integral member of a small team and will significantly impact annual fundraising efforts. They seek a well-organized individual with a minimum of five years major gifts experience that has resulted in measurably increased revenue and an increased prospect pool of major donors. Responsibilities will include developing a robust portfolio of new and current major donors, bringing creative ideas around fundraising and possessing the ability to execute and develop a metrics-driven strategy for the portfolio to maximize results.

A Bachelor’s degree is required (Master’s degree in a relevant field is strongly preferred), as is involvement in professional fundraising organizations. A track record of obtaining major gifts and raising significant monies is essential. Experience in and knowledge of the medical/healthcare/non-profit environment is advantageous. Must be team oriented with a strong work ethic and be mission driven and have the ability to inspire donors to renew and increase their support. Previous experience making individual solicitations in the $10,000-$100,000 range and the keen ability to sell ideas, close deals and move donors up the giving ladder is needed. Raiser’s Edge/database experience is a plus.

Qualified candidates should submit resume to Karen Gordon at


Associate Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA)

Our client is a highly-regarded dental school with a focus on the general dentistry model. Located in the Southeast, its mission and priority is educating the next generation of primary care and pediatric dentists to increase access for the underserved areas of the State.  This School is currently recruiting for the Associate Dean for Student Affairs (ADSA).

The ADSA is a key member of the School of Dental Medicine’s senior leadership team and has oversight for all student-related activities and programs. S/he is responsible for developing, supervising, coordinating and linking the goals and activities of admissions and student services with the other strategic priorities and missions of the School of Dental Medicine.

The successful candidate will have a DDS or DMD from a Dental School accredited by CODA and be Eligible for dental licensure.  It is essential that the ADSA be skilled and sensitive in human interactions, professional in dealing with a wide variety of issues, able to anticipate problems and able to negotiate well with students, faculty and other stakeholders advocating as appropriate while remaining at the heart of the mission of the school.

Qualified candidates, please submit your CV to Pat Anderson at