The Director, Health Care Admin herein described reports to the Department of Orthopaedic Chair. The incumbent is responsible for directing and managing the administrative, fiscal, grants, continuing medical education (residents and fellows), and clinical functions (FGP) of the department in support of advancing the College of Medicine’s education, clinical service, and research missions. He/she has significant input into the formulation of department policies and procedures based upon a demonstrated understanding of the department's function and role. Provides general direction, coordination and supervision of all aspects of the operational and front-end financial operations in the clinic. Directly manages all clinic non-provider staff. In partnership with the Chair, the incumbent develops and implements strategic plans and initiatives for the department. He/she has overall responsibilities including implementing College of Medicine and University of Florida policies and procedures; preparing and analyzing budgets, financial reports, and clinical operations; administering personnel policies and procedures; designing and implementing administrative systems; acquiring, maintaining, and inventorying department equipment and supplies; complying with IT security; overseeing space allocation; and maintaining and renovating the department's physical environment. The incumbent has substantial managerial responsibility, utilizes a broad range of skills, and exercises considerable judgment and initiative. He/she works in concert with the department chair to align the department’s financial and administrative procedures with College of Medicine, University Faculty Practice (UFP), and University of Florida objectives by establishing systems to ensure compliance. He/she also reports to CEO and Senior Associate Dean for University of Florida Physicians (UFP) and serves as Co-Director of operations for the UFP/Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute (OSMI).
Master's degree in an appropriate area and six years of relevant experience; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and eight years of relevant experience.
Internal Number: 510442
About University of Florida, College of Medicine
The College of Medicine, the largest of six colleges at the University of Florida Health Science Center, opened in 1956 with a mission to increase Florida’s supply of highly qualified physicians, provide advanced health care services to the citizens of Florida and foster discovery in health research.
Since graduating its first medical students in 1960, the College has graduated more than 5,000 physicians. The College also offers other graduate degree programs, including:
Physician assistant studies
Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences
The College’s Gainesville campus is comprised of 28 clinical and basic science departments staffed by more than 1,300 faculty members. The Jacksonville campus, located 75 miles to the northeast, is home to more than 350 physicians and scientists delivering medical care in an urban setting, performing research and educating medical students and residents.
A patient care setting is provided to College of Medicine faculty and students by the University of Florida Health Physicians Group Practice, a close collaboration with UF Health, the Malcom Randall Veterans... Affairs Medical Center, as well as several community health care sites and other affiliated hospitals in Florida. First-rate medical facilities and well-trained physicians and physicians-in-training are partnered to provide the highest quality of patient care.