As one of the largest public health service nonprofit organizations in New York City, Public Health Solutions (PHS) improves health among the city’s most vulnerable populations by tackling social and clinical factors that impact New Yorkers’ ability to thrive. Today PHS serves 200,000+ New Yorkers annually, and we support the work of more than 200 community-based nonprofit organizations. PHS implements innovative, cost-effective population-based health programs; conducts research providing insight on effective public health interventions; and provides services to government and other nonprofits to address public health issues. Together with our colleagues in the service sector, government, philanthropy and policy organizations, we are thought leaders and cutting-edge public health professionals in New York City, New York State and truly, throughout the country.
Highlights of our work include:
- Providing direct services to over 80,000 New Yorkers a year, primarily families with children. These services address critical needs in low-income communities, including food security; nutrition and obesity; women’s reproductive health; early childhood development; HIV prevention and access to care; quality healthcare access; and tobacco control.
- Promoting the imminent eradication of AIDS in NYC through research, service delivery and funding administration. We engage 200+ community-based organizations around the city in HIV-related outreach. Our network serves 96,000 people living with or at risk of becoming infected with HIV/AIDS.
- Developing technology-based interventions and social marketing public health campaigns using video, social media, and interactive internet-based applications, specifically in the areas of reproductive health, HIV prevention and childhood obesity prevention.
The Director is responsible for leadership, direction, and operations of Public Health Solutions’ Sexual and Reproductive Health Centers - patient-centered specialty practices that provide affordable, comprehensive, and confidential sexual and reproductive healthcare for women, men, and adolescents in Brooklyn. The Director will develop and achieve goals and solutions that achieve a fully-integrated patient-centered practice, maximize revenue, increase cost-effectiveness, enhance patient and staff satisfaction, and foster effective community partnerships. The Director will develop and implement strategies to improve access, quality, value and sustainability.
- Guide, supervise, consult, and provide support to teams at each site in their efforts to provide high quality care, and support the PHS mission and vision.
- Research and make available to the directors information, or live examples that will assist them in identifying options for solving the problems they face in the implementation of change that leads to the desired model of care and patient satisfaction.
- Supervise, assist in the development of, and monitor efforts at each center to market their centers both internally and externally, with input from PHS’ Development and Marketing team in an effort to increase access to services.
- Develop and lead efforts at each center to increase revenue, improve cost effectiveness, the impact and program value; this includes the development of new sources of revenue through service lines, relevant sexual and reproductive health grant opportunities, and individual giving.
- Supervise, assist in the development of, and monitor efforts in each center to address the changes needed to successfully meet the needs of the changing neighborhoods, promote health equity, and reduce health disparities.
- Identify opportunities for staff training, staff development and skill enhancement that can contribute to the success of the centers.
- Meets regularly with center teams at their sites to evaluate outcomes related to service delivery, quality, sustainability and contribution to health equity.
- Proactively participates in executive management teamwork that leads to the resolution of challenges faced by the centers including collaboration and funding reviews.
- Regularly monitor center activities using reliable tracking methods to address the progress of stated goals implementing changes as needed.
- Closely monitors financial status of Sexual and Reproductive Health services, including budgets to actuals, and revenue cycle and improvement, and implements effective strategies to improve performance.
- Master Degree in a health related field.
- 5 years of experience in a supervisory capacity in an ambulatory care program, preferably women’s health; at least one year in a health care delivery service model organized along the lines of a private practice; OR equivalent experience.
- Excellent supervisory and delegating skills.
PHS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women, people of color, persons with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, and veterans.
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