This trusted and established Ambulatory Surgery Center in Northern Wyoming is actively interviewing for an ASC Administrator. Join a well-known health system, and lead an experienced and tenured team and take a central role in directing operations for this busy Outpatient Surgical Center
Reporting to the VP of Nursing / CNO for this community non-profit healthcare system, the Ambulatory Surgery Administrator will play a large and dynamic role in the operations of this ASC. Serving as the point of contact for the Same-Day Surgical Center’s Business Office, the Administrator oversee an experienced accounting and finance manager, a tenured materials / supply manager, central scheduling, Medical Records, and the Clinical Director of Nursing. You’ll play a very central part in the internal performance, external growth, and strategic operations functions of the surgical center center.
Internally, the ASC Operations Administrator will take line item responsibility for natural processes like cost containment, vendor supply negotiation, collections, and transaction processing. Working closely with the Director of Nursing (DON), you’ll also support the maintenance of clinical logs, Joint Commission accreditation projects, and compliance with other regulatory agencies. From a business operations standpoint, you’ll control quality improvement processes, and you’ll enjoy the many opportunities to grow your skills and knowledge in this regard.
In addition to the internal controlling functions, the RN ASC Administrator will also play a large role in external operations. As an expert in the regional market, you’ll have the opportunity to develop new partnerships and form initiatives to drive traffic. The two sides of this traffic coin are patient volumes and physician partnerships.
- Patient Volumes: As with many industries, volume is an important aspect of success in an ambulatory surgery setting. Working with local hospitals, family and specialty practices, and health clinics, the Administrator will play an active role in marketing the multi-specialty aspects of this surgery center. Specialties that include Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Gynecology, Plastics, ENT, and Podiatry to name a few.
- Just as important as marketing the quality services offered, will be attracting and retaining physicians to perform these procedures. This 3 Operating Room Facility, which performs over 200 cases per month, has a very strong team of surgeons. Adding to that team, and working with new specialists, will allow you to ensure the stability and sustainability of the business.
Whether you’re trying to escape the trappings and traffic of big-city life, or just looking for a community that values its members, you can’t go wrong with Northern Wyoming. From the beautiful rolling plains of the east to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park in the west, the Ambulatory Surgery Center Director of Operations will discover a gorgeous landscape full of unique and caring people. In this community, which was built on being a good neighbor, you’ll find all manner of outdoor activity at your fingertips. Add onto this a highly rated school system, a quickly evolving food & drink scene, and a super affordable cost of living, and you have an amazing place to call home.
Of course, one of the best aspects of working in an Ambulatory Environment is the hours. Nights and weekends off, supportive and tenured executive leadership, and a committed staff all await the Administrator. Just imagine having the time (and headspace) to enjoy the competitive salary, generous benefits package, and beautiful landscape.