Director-Rehab Services

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Columbus , OH 43216

Posted 1 month ago

Director-Rehab Services

Job ID

458473

Location

University Hospitals

Full/Part Time

Full-Time

Department

REHAB SERVICES - ACUTE CARE

Shift

1

Regular/Temporary

Regular

FTE %

100.00

Salary Range Min

$90800.00

Salary Range Max

$140740.00

Job Description

Director-Rehab Services (Job Opening 458473) - SCOPE OF POSITION

The Director is responsible for the daily operations of OSUWMC Acute Rehabilitation, within the Rehabilitation Services department, ensuring that clinical activities support the OSUWMC and department specific mission, vision, and goals. This position is also responsible for managing the clinical business operations, quality and compliance processes and personnel management of the Ohio State University hospitals, including University Hospitals, Brain and Spine Hospital, Ross Heart Hospital, East Hospital and the James Cancer Center and Solove Research Institute. Responsible for the direct or indirect oversight of more than 180 clinical FTE in acute Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology services.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Director ensures that daily operations support organizational, business unit and departmental quality, customer loyalty, and financial objectives. This position provides input for program development and provides leadership in the area of acute rehabilitation, specifically physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology and related rehabilitative support personnel and services.

Responsible for managing the human resources, clinical operations, and strategic planning supporting OSUWMC; educational enterprises; contractual agreements; overseeing public relationships, marketing, and budgets; implementing policies and procedures; overseeing research initiatives; and ensuring compliance with medical center and regulatory or accrediting bodies. Position also serves as an administrative lead representing acute Rehabilitation Services on various organizational, business unit or hospital leadership, supervisory and quality management teams and committees.



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Director-Rehab Services

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