MidMichigan Health seeks a visionary, dynamic and strategic President to develop and drive strategy at MidMichigan Medical Center - Gratiot and MidMichigan Medical Center - Mt. Pleasant.
The ideal candidate will possess outstanding communication skills, be an effective relationship-builder, possess knowledge about the trends affecting subsidiary operations, and have the standing and respect to inspire others to work collaboratively.
The President of the subsidiary is responsible for setting the tone and climate within the subsidiary to see that all functions effectively and efficiently, that the subsidiary and staff are in step with the communities served, industry trends and all regulations, and that the budget is maintained.
About MidMichigan Medical Center – Gratiot
MidMichigan Medical Center - Gratiot, a 79 licensed-bed hospital located in Alma, has provided care for Gratiot County and surrounding areas since 1955. More than 130 physicians and mid-level practitioners serve on the active medical staff in 21 different medical specialties. MidMichigan Medical Center - Gratiot also provides an urgent-care clinic and 24-hour emergency department. There are more than 621 employees and 250 volunteers.
About MidMichigan Medical Center - Mt. Pleasant
The newly expanded facility, MidMichigan Medical Center – Mt. Pleasant opened February 1, 2017. The medical center features a 24/7 Emergency Department, outpatient surgery center and a full range of outpatient services, including physician offices, lab, imaging and cardiovascular testing.
About Gratiot County, Michigan
Gratiot County is located in the very center of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Less than an hour south is the state capital of Lansing, home of Michigan State University with its Big 10 sports. The medium-sized cities of Grand Rapids and Saginaw are almost as close. A short drive north you will find the renowned scenic beauty of the Lake Michigan and Lake Huron shorelines.
Alma College, annually ranked among the nation’s best liberal arts colleges, and Davenport University are right in the county, while other universities (Central Michigan, Michigan State, Saginaw Valley State and Northwood) and community colleges (Baker, Delta and Lansing) are within commuting distance. Gratiot County’s public schools have preserved their small-town values, while keeping pace with technology that supports excellence in teaching. Three parochial elementary schools are located in the county, along with outstanding preschools, privately funded nursery schools and daycare centers.
Residents and visitors enjoy a bounty of cultural, recreational, and leisure activities. Alma College’s beautiful Oscar E. Remick Heritage Center for the Performing Arts hosts national and international musical entertainment and campus speakers. Every Memorial Day, the Highland Festival and Games transform the city and campus into “Scotland U.S.A.,” where tens of thousands of visitors enjoy piping, drumming, fiddling, dancing, and athletic contests. Alma Symphony Orchestra concerts and the Gratiot County Players’ musicals and plays are presented in the city’s historic Strand Theater.