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Quincy Medical Group seeking new CEO

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2 months ago by Bob Gough

Aric Sharp moved to Iowa Health System in January and has been serving in a dual capacity since then

Quincy Medical Group is looking for a new chief executive officer.

Aric Sharp has been serving in a dual capacity since January, when he was named vice president of network development at Iowa Health System in Des Moines, Iowa. He said at the time that while he would retain the QMG CEO title, he would also "help determine who will lead the day-to-day operations" of QMG and that decision would be made and he and his family would relocate to Des Moines this summer.

Sharp has been CEO at QMG since April 2007. Quincy Medical Group finalized an agreement in 2012 to become part of the Iowa Health System.
 
The Iowa Health System has relationships with 26 hospitals and 195 physician clinics, providing patient care in Illinois and Iowa that employ more than 22,000 people.
 

QMG officials declined comment when asked about the opening.

Carol Brockmiller has been QMG's chief operations officer since March 2013.

 

 

The post says the CEO is accountable to the QMG Board of Directors and will be "responsible for the stewardship of resources, operating and capital budgets, strategic and operational leadership and direction, patient experience, and the assurance of the delivery of comprehensive, quality physician services for the Quincy area and surrounding region" as well as establishing "strong and effective working relationships with Board members, Blessing Health Services, employees and all key stakeholders in the community, embracing opportunities for partnerships within the community, region and nation."

It also calls on the candidate to "capitalize on the services, talents, best practices and resources from UnityPoint Clinic and UnityPoint Health, when appropriate, to enhance the goals and initiatives identified by the QMG board."

 


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