Zone Clinical Department Head Co-Lead Emergency Medicine Part-time Job2 weeks ago Doctor / Physician South Zone 4 views
The Emergency Medicine Zone Clinical Department Head (ZCDH) Co - Lead MHRH is a medical leadership role governed by the Medical Staff Bylaws and Rules and works collaboratively in a dyad leadership model with Directors for AHS administration, to lead and participate in the development of system wide clinical services. The ZCDH is responsible for overseeing clinical operations involving members of their Zone Clinical Department and reports to the Associate Zone Medical Director.
The ZCDH fulfills the duties and responsibilities assigned by the AHS Medical Staff Bylaws and Rules as they pertain to the South Zone Clinical Department of Emergency Medicine. The ZCDH will maintain and recruit an appropriately trained physician workforce, ensure high standards of clinical care and ethical conduct of medical staff, foster maintenance of competence and promote a learning environment for physicians, students and staff within South Zone.
The ZCDH should have demonstrated abilities in communication, conflict resolution and a passion for quality and patient safety. They will be an inclusive and visionary leader and considered to be a strong clinician by peers.
- Position Classification: Part-time
- FTE: 0.25
- Department: Emergency Medicine
- Specialty: Emergency Medicine
- Recruiting Organization: Alberta Health Services
- Sponsorship Eligible: No
- Compensation: As per CMO Policy 01-01 (CMLb)
- Posting Date: Aug 23, 2023
- Closing Date: Sep 5, 2023
- Target Start Date: Sep 1, 2023
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