For more than 100 years Women’s College Hospital (WCH) has been developing revolutionary advances in healthcare and we continue to build on this rich legacy established by our founders – courageous pioneers who refused to accept the status quo. Today our hospital culture is still shaped by leaders, healthcare providers and community members who break down barriers and push the boundaries of traditional healthcare in the pursuit of equity and excellence for the 21st century.
Women’s College Hospital is now a leader in health for women, health equity and health system solutions – a hospital designed to keep people out of hospital. We are developing ground-breaking innovations that address the most pressing issues related to population health, patient experience and system costs. We advocate for health equity because we know that a healthy society requires a level playing field where everyone has access to timely, high quality, efficient and compassionate care.
In this next great era for Women’s College Hospital, we are building on an ambitious vision – to revolutionize healthcare for a healthier and more equitable world. We are achieving this bold objective as a unified organization, in partnership with our diverse communities – patients, family members, thought leaders, philanthropists, innovators and disruptors in government, community, academia and the private sector.
We see a future of Healthcare Revolutionized – where we are setting a new pace for radical redesign in healthcare. Like our founders, we aim to shift the balance of power, to confront gender and social inequities that threaten people’s health, to bring virtual care into the mainstream and to reimagine how ambulatory healthcare services are delivered so we can provide substantial health system solutions and close the health gaps for all.
To support this vision, Women’s College Hospital is seeking a Vice President, Patient Care and Ambulatory Innovation.
Reporting to the CEO, and as a member of the executive team, the Vice President, Patient Care and Ambulatory Innovation is responsible for leading a revolution in new models of care in the ambulatory space to achieve the Quadruple Aim. In partnership with the Chief Medical Executive, the VP is responsible for providing the overall leadership, direction, management and coordination for all clinical programs in concert with the organization’s Mission, Vision, Values, Goals, and Objectives. You will establish and maintain systems to ensure patient, clinical and safety needs are met in an efficient manner by operating all facilities in compliance with all provincial and local requirements. Working collaboratively with your colleagues on the executive team, you will create a culture of service excellence and are responsible for leading a professional clinical environment and systems and ensuring the delivery of quality patient care within available resources.
As the ideal candidate, you are highly strategic and possess strong leadership and interpersonal skills that will allow you to collaborate with all stakeholders within Women’s College Hospital, its external partners and suppliers. You have extensive experience leading and developing a team, preferably in an academic, interprofessional ambulatory care setting. You are an innovative, analytic and strategic health care executive who has experience implementing and activating quality patient care programs. You are a skilled administrator who communicates effectively, delegates and creates an atmosphere that empowers your teams to thrive. You hold a graduate degree in a relevant area.
Women’s College Hospital is a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto and is committed to fairness and equity in employment and our recruitment and selection practices. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, people with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, members of racialized groups, women and any others who may contribute to the further diversification of our Hospital community. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as outlined in our Access for People with Disabilities policy.
To apply for this position, please submit your application and related materials to firstname.lastname@example.org and state the title of the position in the subject line of your e-mail.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration for the role will be contacted.