|Leadership - Physician||Medical Management||Grand Rapids||MI||163086|
Spectrum Health Medical Group of Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan has retained Cejka Search to conduct a national search for an accomplished physician leader to serve as the Division Chief, Adult Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant.
The Division Chief, BMT will serve as an instrumental leader in supporting the advancement of Spectrum Health Medical Group’s progressive cancer center by providing oversight for West Michigan’s only adult blood and marrow transplant program. The program provides marrow, peripheral stem cell, haploidentical and umbilical cord transplants for cancerous and noncancerous conditions. In 2018, the program established an adult CAR T-cell Therapy program for patients with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and is expanding to treat patients with B-cell ALL this year.
Since its inception in November 2012, the BMT program has continued to flourish under the inaugural Division Chief’s leadership. As a succession plan for her approaching retirement, this is an opportunity for the new Division Chief join a stable, progressive division and recognized “High Performing Cancer Program,” as cited by US News and World Report, to provide continued clinical and administrative leadership to the blood and bone marrow transplant program. The Division Chief will be responsible for growing and managing the adult program; recruiting additional BMT specialists and cultivating referral relationships with adult medical oncologists throughout the region.
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system offering a full continuum of care through Spectrum Health Hospital Group, which is comprised of 12 hospitals including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital; 180 ambulatory and service sites; 3,200 employed physicians and advanced practice providers including members of the Spectrum Health Medical Group; and Priority Health, a 790,000-member health plan. Spectrum Health has the most comprehensive cancer program in West Michigan, which includes more than 150-Board certified physicians representing 17 oncologic specialties. The cancer program includes 18-BMT inpatient designed beds and a 17K square foot BMT outpatient clinic.
Successful, Board certified candidates for this position will have proven clinical skills, physician leadership experience in advancing a successful adult BMT program, and a passion for developing evidence-based, multidisciplinary care approaches to improve clinical and service outcomes.
Qualified candidates should contact and submit their CV to:
Executive Vice President, Managing Principal
4 CityPlace Drive, Suite 300
St. Louis, Missouri 63141