The Precision Medicine Alliance, LLC (PMA) is seeking a Physician System Vice President to further the PMA mission of delivering advanced personalized solutions to patients, providers and Catholic Health Initiatives/Dignity Health Care Systems (CHI/DH).
The Precision Medicine Alliance is a 501c3 joint venture between Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health, two of the nation’s largest health systems. The Alliance is the most expansive community-based precision-medicine program in the nation, offering patients faster and more accurate treatments based on their individual genetic profiles.
With an initial focus on oncology, PMA will offer patients advanced diagnostic tumor profiling and targeted therapies, with plans to expand to other areas where knowing a patient’s genetic profile leads to better care and outcomes. Ultimately PMA’s platform will be available at more than 150 hospitals and care centers across the U.S., serving a potential population of approximately 12 million patients annually.
This important position will provide physician leadership for the Precision Medicine Alliance. Partnering with the Administrative VP/CEO of PMA, the Physician VP will work closely with the Clinical Research leaders for CHI and Dignity Health, and physician leaders representing CHI/DH local markets and clinical service areas throughout the CHI/DH vast national networks. The Physician System VP PMA will provide clinical guidance and leadership to ensure that PMA programs are grounded in scientific-based evidence and are responsive to the needs of practitioners and patients served. This collaborative, high energy role will serve as “the voice” of CHI/DH physicians within the PMA leadership team.
Medical/Osteopathic Degree or possibly a non-medical degree (PhD) if such individual has current, or had prior, formal CLIA Laboratory Director designation. Board certification in chosen discipline and active professional license required. Post graduate residency/fellowship education in domain relevant to broad scope of precision medicine. Minimum of 10 years of experience in related discipline and at least seven years of progressive leadership experience in an Academic and/or Clinical setting with clinical trials, and/or basic/translational research, and/or clinical quality/outcomes related scholarship. Clinical experience with molecular genetics, translational science, and integration of new knowledge into clinical care preferably in the evolving domain of precision medicine research and associated clinical trials. Working knowledge of healthcare administration, including managed care administration, regulatory management, government regulations, and medical informatics.
For consideration, candidates should submit their CV and cover letter of interest via confidential email to:
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status.