• Director of Diabetes Services

    Requisition ID
    2018-10609
    Category
    Management / Leadership
    Facility
    Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC)
    Location
    US-CA-Fresno
    Posted Date
    7/17/2018
  • Overview

    Community Medical Centers has been providing central California with the highest level of care available in the region. Community Regional Medical Center measures up with top hospitals nationally and is the 3rd largest in California! With 685 beds, we are home to the only comprehensive Burn and Level I Trauma center between Los Angeles and Sacramento. The 56,000 square-foot emergency department is one of the largest and busiest in California! We have an 84-bed Level III NICU and plan to significantly expand pediatric specialty care. Our hospital serves 2.5 million people within 9 counties, averaging a daily census of 641 patients. We're affiliated with UCSF as a teaching facility; trained 3,000 Medical Doctor's to date plus continuous invests in research and training grants.

    Responsibilities

    Oversees the development and management of Community Medical Centers (CMC) inpatient and outpatient system wide Diabetes Services by directing, coordinating, and evaluating the delivery of service consistent with the CMC mission and goals. This role will have administrative responsibility for inpatient and outpatient diabetes patient outcomes, diabetes education support and materials, diabetes prevention efforts, related research, hospital staff education, and attainment of the program’s business and/or financial objectives. Provides general guidance to subordinate managers and staff.  

    Qualifications

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    Bachelor’s degree in Business, Nursing, Health Science, or Public Health. Five years’ experience in a health care setting with comprehensive knowledge of Diabetes or related program services. At least three years management experience.

     

    PREFERENCES
    One year director level or above experience.

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