Maggie Gill is the current chief executive officer and president of Memorial Health. Gill serves as an ex office member of the health institution’s governing council. The Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC) hired Maggie Gill as the finance and managed care vice president in 2004. At MUMC, she assists vice presidents with leadership advice. Her other responsibilities include internal audit, government relations, and physician relations. Gill has membership in the State Medicaid Subcommittee for Medicaid Expansion and the American Hospital Association Governing Council.
Gill’s Academic and Work Background
Gill attended Florida State University for her bachelor’s degree. She also attended Florida-based Saint Leo University for her MBA. She completed a strategic thinking and management course at Wharton School. Gill served as an executive for established health institutions before working with MUMC. She worked as Tenet South Florida’s CFO and received three awards from the health institution for her financial initiatives. She was also employed by Coral Gables Hospital, North Shore Medical Center, and Palmetto General Hospital.
Her work inspired Memorial Health’s executive board, and they decided to appoint her as CEO in 2011. After being named CEO, Maggie Gill transformed the institution’s collection and billing operations. She also developed a 2011 strategic plan besides making changes in the leadership team. Memorial Health’s executive board chairman, J. Curtis Lewis praised Gill’s efforts. He said that the health institution would greatly benefit from her expertise.
Memorial Health Partners with Novant Health
Under Gill’s leadership, Memorial Health signed a partnership contract with Novant Health. The partnership allows the two health institutions to work together with a common mission. Gill said that health organizations across the US are partnering to implement the Affordable Care Act effectively. She also mentioned that the health care system in the US is expensive and, thus, Memorial Health is being proactive to address the issue by partnering with Novant Health.
Gill pointed out that charity care funding is no longer available in hospitals because the federal government expects every person to have a health insurance. She said that Memorial Health seeks to help those who aren’t covered by channeling Novant Health as a non-profit health institution. This partnership will allow the board of directors of both organizations to collaborate in decision-making. Gill also said that the move would enhance Memorial Health’s mission to serve the community by taking into account their future needs.