An opportunity exists for a Clinical Program Manager of the Heart and Vascular Institute (HVI) Electrophysiology Lab at Penn State Health - Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
The Manager will be responsible for evaluating, providing, and improving patient care services for the HVI Electrophysiology Program. The focus will be on providing patient services through efficient and effective planning, directing, coordinating, and controlling of material and human resources. The manager will participate in the establishment and interpretation of philosophy, policies, objectives, procedures, and lines of authority for the staff. The Manager will cover the Invasive EP Lab and Non-Invasive Diagnostic EP Services (i.e. Device Clinic). The occasional travel to outreach clinics may be required.
To apply for this position, please visit the following website link and requisition #6482:
As part of one of the country’s pre-eminent university hospital, our 548-bed tertiary medical center is the central Pennsylvania’s region’s only level I adult and pediatric trauma center and academic medical center. Also home to Penn State Children’s Hospital and the Heart and Vascular Institute, we are considered a resource for the most complex adult and pediatric cases.
Hershey, PA, and th...e surrounding area offer a pleasant alternative to the pressures of urban living with a mix of well-maintained communities with quiet tree-lined streets, safe shopping districts, beautiful farmland, and state parks and game lands. It’s the best of both worlds, with cultural events and nightlife within driving distance in Harrisburg; Philadelphia; the Pocono Mountains; Baltimore; Washington, D.C.; and New York City. The area is home to two sports teams, an amusement park, golf courses, professional and amateur theater, symphonies, and opportunities for hunting, fishing, and mountain biking.
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