Vice President Chief Financial Officer
Tucson Medical Center has been Southern Arizona's locally governed nonprofit regional hospital for 75 years. TMC is Southern Arizona’s leading provider for emergency care and pediatric care (including Tucson’s first Pediatric Emergency Department), with top-notch intensive care units for adults, children and newborns. TMC is licensed for more than 600 adult, pediatric and hospice beds. The hospital serves more than 30,000 inpatients and 122,000 outpatients yearly and has several emphasis areas, including maternal and child health, cardiac care, hospice care, neuroscience, orthopedics, diagnostic services and senior services.
Reports to Tucson Medical Center CEO with a dotted line working relationship with the TMC HealthCare CFO. Works closely partnering to support the Tucson Medical Center CEO in financial decision making and advisement, forecasting, profit and loss, budget development and execution of financial strategy. Plans, organizes, and directs the Medical Center’s fiscal affairs, including coordination and administration of policies on finance, accounting, insurance, patient accounting systems, revenue cycle, materials management, purchasing and controller functions.
Works to inform and develop Tucson Medical Center’s strategic financial plan in collaboration with Tucson Medical Center’s CEO and TMC HealthCare CFO.
Integrates operational objectives with actual working relationships to identify and implement an effective, General Finance, Accounting, Materials Management, Medical Records, Patient Accounting, Budgeting, Reporting and Planning structure.
Identifies appropriate methods to correct deficiencies and build/improve, General Finance, Accounting, Materials Management, Medical Records, Revenue Cycle, Patient Accounting and Planning staff and organization competencies.
Develops a coaching and mentoring relationship with direct reports that is purposefully aimed at enhancing their professional growth, development, and independent decision-making.
Effectively builds a trusting, team-oriented environment by fostering open communications and meaningful employee involvement within the department.
Conducts regular, planned and valued (by those in the department) staff communication sessions/department meetings.
Ensures compliance with organization’s incident reporting system in a timely and accurate manner.
Conducts organizational diagnoses and recommends/implements appropriate systemic solutions.
Ensures financial and productivity goals and measurements.
Engages cross-functional teams to focus on system-wide priorities.
Provides information or resource assistance to other teams, departments or functions; assists others in their efforts, even if there is no immediate or direct benefit to one’s own function or department.
Develops contingency plans with appropriate tactics and responds to unforeseen circumstances and utilizes planned resources.
Comprehends and assess the operational and strategic impact of laws, regulations and legislative changes.
Participates in external community programs and activities to generate good will and greater community understanding of the system and its services.
Directs the interpretation and application of established Accounting, Finance, Materials Management, Medical Records, Patient Accounting, Revenue Cycle and Planning policies throughout the medical center.
EDUCATION: Master’s degree in Finance, Economics or related field or BS with CPA.
EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of financial management leadership experience.
LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION: None required.