Maggie Gill, the CEO of Memorial Health joined Memorial University Medical Center in 2004 as the vice president of finance. In the following year, 2005, she was made the chief operating officer, and in 2011, she was promoted to be the chief executive officer of Memorial Health.
Her promotion to the position of CEO of the health organization was reached by the board after they were impressed by Maggie’s performance.
Responsibilities as the CEO
In her position as the CEO, Maggie Gill is responsible for providing leadership to the organization’s vice presidents, senior vice presidents, and physicians. She is actively involved in several relationship activities within the organization including government relations, internal audit, physician relationship, and the relationship of the Heart & Vascular Institute.
Her responsibilities extend to the facility management and trauma services, operative services, financial assistance, and corporate communications. During her tenure as the CEO of Memorial health, she has realized a lot of achievements. These include the development of new physician-led centers, construction of new facilities and expansion of the existing ones.
Maggie Gill’s Work History
Prior joining Memorial Health, Maggie Gill spent five years working for Tenet Health System as the CEO. During this period, she won the award for the Tenet Outstanding CFO for three consecutive years. She was also working for Coral Gables Hospital, Palmetto General Hospital, and North Shore Medical Center while still working for Tenet.
Education Background of Maggie Gill
Maggie Gill attended Kansas State University where she received her Ph. D in Behavioral Neuroscience. After her graduation, she joined Medical University, South Carolina where she conducted her post-doctorate fellowship. In 2013, she joined North Central College where she secured teaching classes on Neuroscience and Psychology.
In 2016, Maggie Gill was listed in Becker’s Hospital review edition of top 135 non-profit organization CEO’s to know. The list usually considers men and women who are leading most fruitful and prominent non-profit organizations. Before publishing the list, nominations are carried out, and the list is made based on editorial judgment and discretion.
Also during her leadership at Memorial Health, the Memorial team has won a lot of awards with the most recent being the Georgia Medical Society’s 16th Annual Health Care Hero’s Award. The awards are presented to individuals who dedicate into improving the healthcare sector. The Memorial team was nominated and won in all categories which include; allied health professionals, healthcare education, healthcare innovation, community outreach and physician lifetime achievement, and institution organization.