Texas-based Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) is seeking a new Senior Vice President, Hospital Operations. CHC was formed in 1996 by a group of not-for-profit and community-owned healthcare systems with the intention of preserving the not-for-profit status of community-based healthcare organizations. Currently CHC consists of six acute care hospitals and two LTACHs and provides support services to eight hospitals and health systems. Through its community hospital consulting division, CHC Consulting, the organization has provided consulting services for numerous hospitals across the United States.
“We are looking for an experienced CEO or COO leader with a strong background in acute care hospital operations who has demonstrated results in a progressive, accountability-driven culture,” said President of FaithSearch Partners Ed Fry, who is leading the firm’s search initiatives.
The SVP, Hospital Operations is a newly-created position with a major focus on overseeing all operational assessments and consulting projects for existing and new client hospitals. This role will interact significantly with hospital boards and senior leadership.
For more detailed information or to refer a potential candidate, please contact Ed Fry, President of FaithSearch Partners at firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries and transmissions are confidential.
FaithSearch Partners is one of the nation’s leading retained executive search firms and is the only one of its kind focused exclusively on identifying and recruiting leaders for churches, parachurch organizations, as well as faith-based hospitals and healthcare systems. Combined, consultants at FaithSearch Partners have successfully managed more than 450 executive-level searches for numerous high-profile faith-based organizations across the country. Its website can be found at www.faithsearchpartners.com.
Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) is a not-for-profit corporation created in 1996 to preserve the not-for-profit status of community-based health care organizations. CHC strives to help community-based health care organizations deliver on their mission, remain a community asset and improve operations and quality of care through partnership and shared vision. CHC owns, leases or manages acute care hospitals in Texas, New Mexico and Nebraska and has consulted with hospitals and LTACHs in 26 states. Through its subsidiary, CHC Community Care, CHC operates long-term acute care hospitals in Tyler, TX, and manages other long-term acute care hospitals in Texas with additional hospitals expected to be added this year. More information can be found on the CHC website.