The University Health Center is an ambulatory health care facility, accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care. The Center is part of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA), which serves the University of Maryland community—students, parents, faculty, staff, and visitors—through its 13 departments. All departments in DSA work to ensure the success, health, and well-being of the students. In addition, DSA serves parents, faculty, staff, and visitors through various units and programs.
The Center’s mission is to provide high quality, cost-effective health care and wellness programs to promote health and support academic success. Their vision is to be the provider of choice for health care and health information for the UMD community, to be recognized as a leader in collegiate health care, and to be an integral part of the University’s educational mission.
The Director will provide the overall strategic leadership for the University Health Center and related programs, which provides health care and wellness education for 41,000 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty, staff, and visitors. She/he will serve as a thought leader to the University on matters related to the provision of quality health care and will serve as, or appoint, the chief medical officer for the University of Maryland. The Director will also have oversight of the sports medicine program and head team physician for the University, serving the primary care and sports medicine needs of all UMD student-athletes.
The Director will work to foster an environment and culture of collaboration and innovation across the campus community, ensuring that health care delivery is high quality and responsive to the needs of all of those that are served by the University Health Center.
An advanced degree in Medicine, Health Administration, Public Health, or a related field
Five years management or leadership experience in a medical setting
Three years supervisory experience in a medical setting
An M.D. or D. O., board certified and licensed to practice medicine
A Master’s of Health Administration, Public Health or Business Administration
Five years clinical experience
Eight years management or leadership experience in a medical or college health setting
Five years supervisory experience in a medical or college health setting
Clinical or supervisory work with athletes in a sports medicine setting
Nominations and expressions of interest should be sent to Zack Reynolds, Neysa Dillon-Brown and Alex Lurie of Diversified Search