Maggie Gill Implements Her Pathways To Excellence Action Plan

Maggie Gill is Memorial Health’s CEO and president. Gill is also Memorial Health board of directors’ ex office member. She joined Memorial University Medical Center in 2004. At the time, Maggie Gill worked as the vice president of finance and managed care. The following year, Gill became the chief operating officer. Six years later, she was appointed to serve as the president and the chief executive officer of the company.
At Memorial Health, she offers leadership to all the firm’s physician leaders, senior vice presidents, and vice presidents. Gill is also directly in charge of Memorial Health University’s physicians, internal audit as well as the Heart and Vascular Institute, and government relations. Additionally, she is responsible for perioperative services, corporate communications, orthopedic and neuroscience programs, financial assistance, and trauma services.
Previously, Maggie Gill worked for Tenet South Florida Health System. Here, she served for five years as the chief financial officer. Gill was awarded the Tenet outstanding CFO award. She received this award three times. While still working for the company, she rendered her services at Palmetto General Hospital, which is located in Hialeah, Florida. In addition, Gill worked for Shore Medical Center in Miami and the Coral Gables Hospital in Coral Gables, Florida.
Gill is an alumnus of the Florida State University. She is also a graduate of Saint Leo University where she earned her MBA. Gill enrolled at Wharton School where she completed a course in strategic thinking and management.
Most recently, Maggie Gill told her board that the changes in the healthcare system had resulted in the continuous loss of money in the healthcare system. She also reported to the Memorial Health board about her concerns over the decreasing revenues at the firm. This board is responsible for running Memorial University Medical Center and its affiliate entities. She pointed out that the program she began in July, known as Pathways to Excellence, had identified an overall savings of $ 12.6 million. These savings include $ 7.6 million from a health care enhancement company, Premier Inc., which is located in Charlotte.
Gill’s initiative, Pathways to Excellence, is the company’s $20 million annual action plan. Premier Inc. supports the plan. It will facilitate the local provider to achieve results in the next 6 months. Gill pointed out that the plan would be ready for the upcoming strategic opportunities. Additionally, Maggie Gill and other board members warned of increasing revenue challenges even though the number of patients was increasing.