Tyler & Company is pleased to announce an outstanding opportunity for a:
Chief Medical Officer
The Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke
The Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke is a state-funded, fully accredited health care facility that offers quality health care, hospice care, including full-time residential accommodations, an on-site dental clinic, veterans’ assistance center and a multiservice outpatient department dedicated to the veterans in the Commonwealth. The Soldiers’ Home has the capacity to serve 246 long-term care residents and 30 residents of the independent living domiciliary.
Following a much-publicized outbreak of COVID-19, The Soldiers’ Home is looking to expand on recent successes in quality improvement and is seeking a dynamic and innovative physician who will serve as the chief medical officer (CMO) for the facility and outpatient services. Reporting to the superintendent of the Home, the CMO serves as an advisor in matters pertaining to policy and review setting, service, quality, budget management, clinical outcomes, patient safety, infection control and efficient practice.
The CMO will have experience in a leadership role in a health care delivery system, and proficiency with the principles and practices of geriatric and extended care for veteran populations. Knowledge of military culture, trauma-informed care and infection control practices, and clinical experience pertaining to care for those with advanced age and in residential settings is important. Must be a fully licensed physician with additional appropriate licenses and training.
Holyoke, Massachusetts, is nestled in a region that is a unique blend of urban, suburban and rural areas. It offers economic, social and cultural diversity. Quality of life is exceptional, with an abundance of educational, cultural and recreational opportunities, excellent community health services, a diverse job market and a low cost of living.
A competitive compensation plan and impressive benefits package are offered.
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