St. Vincent Healthcare is part of SCL Health System, a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization.
Interested in making a difference? Then check us out. Our rich heritage and mission, and our focus on health care delivery that values person-centered care, excellence and accountability are a winning combination as we bring health – and hope – to our patients.
- Billings, Mont. (est. 1898)
- Largest tertiary care hospital and Level II Trauma Center in Montana serving patients in eastern and south-central Mont. and northern Wyo.
- 2,100 associates, 529 medical staff
- 286 beds (201 are staffed)
Services & Expertise
- Cancer Care
- Children’s Healthcare
- Comprehensive Regional Services
- Heart Center
- Orthopedic Services
- Women’s Services
St. Vincent Healthcare is an award-winning hospital providing person-centered care. We are People Healing People throughout the communities that we serve, especially the poor and vulnerable.
The Regional Vice President Montana Operations, Medical Groups and Provider Services is responsible for the successful operation and performance of the physician practice enterprise for the Montana Medical Groups and Provider Services, including St. James, St. Vincent and Holy Rosary. In addition, the Regional Vice President recommends strategies to enhance and/or grow physician services, establishes business plans and monitors the overall performance of physician services over time.
The Regional Vice President also participates with a group of physician leaders who sit on an operating council to enhance communications and promote achievement of overall objectives. The Regional Vice President reports directly to our COO, Medical Groups and Provider Services, and works in a DYAD leadership model with the Regional Chief Medical Officer for Medical Groups and Provider Services.
In taking on leadership responsibility for the Medical Group will continue to work on aligning and integrating physician practices within the organization and aligning with systemwide processes and initiatives. The Regional Vice President will need to develop credible relationships of trust with the physicians and leadership.
The continued growth of employed physicians and physician leaders is part of an overall strategy that will support the objective of providing integrated clinical care throughout the system while enhancing exceptional clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction. The Regional Vice President will be intimately involved in determining the overall strategy and successful implementation of an organization structure and action plan that supports a growing employed physician base.