Clinical Support and Ambulatory Care Services
Position posting number: 2111212
Rate of Pay: Reference Non-Union
Schedule: Full Time Assignment
Location: Walkerton, Kincardine, Durham, and Chesley
South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) is currently seeking applications for one Full Time Director, Clinical Support and Ambulatory Care Services to join our team.
This newly created position has been developed to better meet the needs of the patient care services which are delivered across the 4 sites of SBGHC in the communities of Kincardine, Walkerton, Durham and Chesley. This position will work closely with the Director, Clinical Services / Chief Nursing Executive (CNE), another newly created position which is being posted concurrently.
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Director, Clinical Support and Ambulatory Care Services has responsibilities for Diagnostic Imaging and Cardiorespiratory, Laboratories, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Ambulatory Care, Patient Registration, Health Records and Privacy for all four sites of the SBGHC.
As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the Director, Clinical Support and Ambulatory Care Services should be an engaged, compassionate, results-oriented leader with a track record of building successful teams and partnerships, who can work closely with a passionate hospital team to deliver high-quality care and outstanding patient experiences.
The Director, Clinical Support and Ambulatory Care Services will:
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
South Bruce Grey Health Centre is a four-site, 66-bed hospital located in mid-western Ontario with locations in Kincardine, Walkerton, Chesley and Durham. We serve a community of 44,000 people, plus 10,000 seasonal residents and 30,000 tourists across our catchment area. Two hours from Toronto and London, and 90 minutes from Kitchener-Waterloo, all of our sites offer 24/7-hour emergency care (with the exception of Chesley which is currently on reduced hours). Other services include acute, medical, obstetrical (450 births at the RJ Creighton Family Birthing Centre), surgical and a full range of diagnostic and ambulatory care services. SBGHC is complemented by four strong, vibrant and supportive Foundations, as well as an engaged Patient and Family Advisory Council.
We also benefit from being the hospital partner to Bruce Power, a nuclear generating station which provides 30% of Ontario’s electricity – Bruce Power has embarked on one of the largest infrastructure projects in Canada with a $13 billion life-extension project that will continue through 2033, allowing its units to operate safely through to 2064. The presence of Bruce Power provides an attractive employment opportunity for your spouse or partner who is interested in the nuclear or construction industry.
In addition to a rewarding leadership position, the four communities of SBGHC offer many great amenities including some of the best sunsets in Canada along the sandy beaches of Lake Huron, salmon fishing in the Saugeen River, hiking trails through beautiful forests, and rich farmland throughout our communities.
SBGHC is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. SBGHC will provide reasonable accommodation in compliance with AODA when notified by a candidate that accommodation due to a disability is required for the interview process.
The South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) serves a community of approximately 44,000 people, plus 10,000 seasonal residents and 30,000 tourists across four rural hospital sites located in Kincardine, Walkerton, Chesley and Durham. Our staff of approximately 400 are proud to work at these facilities, all of which offer 24-hour emergency care. Other services include acute, coronary care, obstetrical, surgical and full range of diagnostic and ambulatory care services.