Director of Cardiovascular

    February 1, 2024
    Tucson, Arizona
    Job Type


    We are in search of a DIR CARDIOVASCULAR SVCS FT DAYS


    Base Salary - USD $120,000 to $155,000


    Benefits - Full

    Relocation Assistance Available

    Interview Travel Reimbursed



    At our hospital, the heart of what we do centers on caring with compassion, which ultimately creates a bond between our caregivers and patients. Everyone contributes to these moments, whether providing care directly or supporting those who do.


    As an organization, we provide employees with resources, tools, and support to serve our patients and customers in the best way possible. We also take care of one another, helping team members further develop their career pathways and maximize their potential.


    Job Description

    Welcome to Carondelet Health Network, where making a real difference in people's lives is at the heart of everything we do. Beyond just medical treatments, we believe in the power of genuine connections and heartfelt compassion. It's what sets us apart and makes us truly special.


    When you join our team, you're not just stepping into a job – you're becoming part of a community that uplifts and supports each other every day. We know that healthcare requires a unique blend of talent and dedication, and we are fully committed to providing an environment that enriches and rewards your journey.


    Picture yourself among the brightest healthcare professionals, all united by a common purpose: caring for our community with unwavering commitment. At Carondelet, you won't just find colleagues; you'll find awe-inspiring teammates who share your passion for making a meaningful impact.



    If you're ready to go above and beyond, to embrace the energy and camaraderie that Carondelet Health System offers, then join us on this incredible adventure. Together, we'll create a healthier, happier world – one patient at a time. Let your career find its purpose here at Carondelet.


    Cardiovascular Services Director FT Days Position Summary


    Leads the management of clinical service lines.


    Cardiovascular Services Director FT Days Responsibilities


    Coordinates the use of human and financial resources to ensure the service line(s) operates efficiently, effectively, safely and timely.  Manages contracts and service agreements associated with the service line(s).

    Evaluates, develops, and adapts the clinical and business processes of the clinical service line(s) to meet the ever changing healthcare environment and needs of patients and families.

    Develops and markets expanded and/or new services in response to innovation, technology, strategic developments or compensation consistent with the goals of the clinical service.

    Partners with other key departments to develop short- and long-range strategic plans for the service, operating and capital budgets, and an integrated strategic and financial plan for the service.

    Develops, implements, and manages strategic plans for Cardiac Services.  Serves as key liaison between internal and external customers with respect to understanding business operations and reimbursement climate.

    Establishes and maintains community outreach by way of screening and education for vascular and cardiac health.   Evaluates, monitors and proposes operational recommendations relative to economic market forces for the impact to CHN’s product portfolio, and developing required tools, or product models.

    Ensures system of effective physician relations practices designed to:  identifies and initiates resolution of referring physician issues; develops positive relationships with referring physicians; encourages use of network services; encourages referral to network medical staff specialists; and provides information and intelligence from contacts in the network’s service area.

    Ensures ongoing compliance with CMSS and/or other payer authorizations, documentation and data submission requirements for cardiovascular procedures including, but not limited to cardiac cath, stent, and ICD procedures.  Leads efforts to achieve network accreditation/certification for cardiovascular service line areas including, but not limited to, echocardiography, nuclear, vascular testing, and chest pain center.





    Required:  Bachelor’s in business, Finance, or Healthcare Management, or in a related field. National Incident Management System (NIMS) class to be completed within 6 mo of position date.

    Preferred:  Master’s degree in business, Finance, or Healthcare Management, or in a related field.



    Required:  Ten (10) years of progressive broad management experience required in assigned service line areas, or related clinical programs and product development roles, to include experience with developing strategies for business development.. Knowledge of hybrid cardiac programs necessary.   Must be able to work with and communicate effectively with all levels of management, business partners, and the general public.



    Manages the administrative and clinical functions of CV services, ensures appropriate staffing levels, manages budgets for labor and operations, ensures compliance with policies and regulations, oversees the delivery of quality patient care services. Has the ability to hire, fire and discipline staff.




    Preferred: BSN or equivalent experience.



    Required: 3 years supervisory experience



    Required: Must be currently licensed, certified, or registered to practice profession as required by law, regulation in state of practice or policy. BLS.


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