Spectrum Health is the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in West Michigan with eleven hospitals, more than 170 service sites and 1,938 licensed beds system-wide. It includes the largest children’s hospital in West Michigan, Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, and the largest adult open heart program in the state. Spectrum is the largest regional provider of cancer care and one of the top joint replacement programs in the nation. Their service area covers all of Michigan with 537,000 Priority Health plan members and more than 12,000 employers through Priority Health. With corporate offices located in Grand Rapids, Michigan and a footprint that covers the entire state, Spectrum Health provides high quality, high-value care to millions of individuals.
With over 7,500 deliveries system-wide, the Division Chief, Maternal-Fetal Medicine will lead the strategic growth, clinical quality improvement, and operational direction of the MFM Division. The Division Chief will coordinate a seamless approach to integrating best practices, standards of care, and spearhead the development of specialized programs for high-risk populations.
- Eligible to become licensed to practice medicine in the State of Michigan.
- Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Maternal-Fetal Medicine, or have equivalent qualifications in compliance with the medical staff credentialing process.
- Education in business, management, quality, and safety science.
- Specifically, has had didactic exposure to the theories, tools, and techniques of change management, the measurement, and improvement of clinical care processes.