Reporting to Vice President of his/her portfolio, the Program Director is a corporate clinical program leader who works in partnership with a Medical Director to lead a specific clinical program. The Program Director has accountability for the development, management, evaluation and continuous improvement of quality patient care services.
The Program Director of Diagnostic & Laboratory Services has overall accountability for Diagnostic & Laboratory Services across all four sites of Quinte Health Care. Diagnostic Services encompasses Diagnostic Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, OBSP, Laboratory Services, Cardiopulmonary Services and Infection Control. The Director is responsible with the assistance of clinical managers for the supervision of 180 FT (e) employees. The incumbent oversees projects within the portfolio while utilizing a continuous improvement orientation. The program director also oversees technology purchases and imaging informatics, has accountability for operating and capital budget development and ongoing fiscal outcomes, provides mentorship to the team and cultivates a customer service approach with management and front line staff in Diagnostic Services.
The Program Director provides leadership to a multi-disciplinary team of professionals within the program, fostering an environment of learning and individual growth. Other key responsibilities include the development of short and long term goals and objectives for the program and implementing corporate goals in conjunction with QHC strategic priorities and standards of care.
37.5 hours/week and on-call rotation required, travel between hospital sites is required.
$114,465 to $134,667 per year
Quinte Health Care (QHC), located in south/central Ontario, is an integrated system of hospitals working with our partners to provide exceptional care. Our four hospitals: Belleville General Hospital, Trenton Memorial Hospital, Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital and North Hastings Hospital, offer high-quality, comprehensive health services to nearly 200,000 people throughout the region.
With fantastic restaurants, a thriving arts and culture scene, and more than 40 wineries, the Quinte region is an excellent place to live. The array of parks, picturesque beaches, golf courses, and waterfront trails, provide plenty of opportunity for outdoor adventure. This dynamic, growing community offers affordable housing in both urban and rural settings and is an easy commute to larger centres such as Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa and Montreal. Visit www.bayofquinte.ca to learn more about the region.
QHC’s vision is to provide exceptional and compassionate care and to be valued by our communities and inspired by the people we serve. We strive to enhance the quality and safety of care, create an exceptional safety experience, provide effective care transitions, and be an exceptional workplace. In applying to any of our careers, all candidates will promote a safe environment by informing their manager of any relevant issues related to patients, families or staff and maintain a focus on patient and staff safety in all aspects of duties performed.