Augusta University _Georgia Correctional HealthCare
March 14, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Position has responsibilities for the two “arms” of correctional healthcare for the state of Georgia with a combined budget of approximately $200 million. Responsible for directing the administrative, financial and logistical healthcare operations of Georgia Correctional Healthcare (GCHC) for both the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) and the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ). Position is responsible for 61 facilities and 1200 FTEs for GDC and 26 facilities and 300 FTEs for DJJ.
The duties include, but are not limited to:
Develop, implement, maintain and oversee a clinically compliant and fiscally sound delivery model of healthcare for both the adult and juvenile offenders for the state of Georgia.
Provides leadership in the conception, planning and development of strategies and objectives for implementation and consideration of the healthcare delivery for both organizations.
Directs the division in keeping with the vision and mission of Augusta University. Works with the organization in establishing, renewing and maintaining compliance with the two (GDC and DJJ) Interagency Agreements.
Establishes a business climate that will ensure success of the division, develops goals and objectives through strategic planning. Keeps AU leadership, as well as GDC and DJJ, fully informed on the condition of the delivery system and all important factors influencing it.
With assistance from the GCHC Chief Operating Officers of both GDC and DJJ arms of GCHC, recruits, selects and appoints members of the GCHC Senior Management Teams to direct the management of the respective arm of the division. Directs their activities and evaluates their performance. Influences accountability of each department
Internal Number: 699
About Augusta University _Georgia Correctional HealthCare
Georgia Correctional Healthcare (GCHC) was established in 1997 through a unique collaboration between the Augusta University and the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) with the goal of delivering high quality health care to the state's offender population while controlling the skyrocketing costs.During the summer of 2017 GCHC expanded its role, taking on the healthcare management responsibilities of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) in addition to the adult population with the GDC.