The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has retained Helbling to conduct an executive search to secure an Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning.
Ohio State Wexner Medical Center’s Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning is a senior ranking position and is part of the operation’s executive team. He/she has a direct reporting relationship to the Ohio State University Health System’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer for the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and the Senior Vice President of Administration and Planning for The Ohio State University. Responsibilities include all Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center owned and leased spaces, including OSUCCC – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital, the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital, East Hospital, Harding, University Hospital, ambulatory sites, the College of Medicine, research, academic and office space, as well as oversight over all Health Sciences’ space, in general. This position will work with senior leaders of the university and the medical center to ensure planning is collaborative and integrated.
This position will have responsibility for strategic leadership and decision-making authority for all medical center facilities space. This includes space assignment, maintenance, planning, design, development, and renovation of all administrative, clinical, teaching and research space.
Supervisory Responsibility: Two administrative directors, one sustainability consultant, and one executive assistant; department also has several senior facility planners, planners and students.
Responsible to: Ohio State University Health System’s chief executive officer and chief operating officer for the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center and the senior vice president of Administration and Planning for The Ohio State University.
Practices within the medical center's policies and procedures. Adheres to the mission and values as demonstrated through positive patient/guest relations, positive and effective interactions with faculty staff and formulating and meeting developmental goals.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is a proud part of one of the nation’s largest major comprehensive public research universities, serving more than 68,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. With nearly 37,000 full-time equivalent employees, Ohio State is Ohio’s fourth-largest employer.
Part of one of the most comprehensive health sciences campuses in the country, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center consists of the Ohio State Health System, the College of Medicine, the Health Sciences Library and the Faculty Group Practice. It is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio. As one of the Midwest’s leading healthcare providers, Ohio State Wexner Medical Center is committed to continuously setting the standard for world-class care.
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center offers healthcare services in virtually every specialty and subspecialty in medicine. Thousands of patients visit each month for treatments and services they can’t find elsewhere. Providing access to healthcare information is central to the research, education and patient care mission. Ohio State Wexner Medical Center’s seven hospitals and its network of community-based offices and care centers manage more than 1.91 million outpatient visits each year.
In 2019, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center was named to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” list for the 27th consecutive year. U.S. News consistently ranks Ohio State as the top hospital in central Ohio with nationally ranked specialties, including the Ear, Nose and Throat program that’s ranked third in the country. Becker’s Hospital Review selected Ohio State for its 2018 list of “100 Great Hospitals in America” for excellence in quality patient care and clinical research, leadership in innovation and its rankings and awards. The Leapfrog Group has once again honored the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center with an “A” in its Spring 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade for being among the safest hospitals in the nation.
The Ohio State University Health Sciences Center—with colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Optometry, Public Health and Veterinary Medicine all in close proximity—is adjacent to the tremendous resources and expertise of The Ohio State University campus in Columbus. This proximity fosters collaborations with other university departments, which makes Ohio State unique in the United States in its potential to promote scientific partnerships and the direct translation of research discoveries into new medical therapies and technologies. Such efforts have resulted in the Mathematical Biosciences Institute and the Ohio State Biomedical Engineering Center. Dual degree programs such as MD/MBA, MD/JD and MD/PhD have been developed with the Fisher College of Business, the College of Law and the College of Public Health.