ERH Healthcare and the Bellville Hospital District are seeking a permanent Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead Bellville Medical Center. Bellville Medical Center is situated in Bellville, Texas, a small city an hour west of the Houston metro area. Bellville is the county seat of Austin County, and its picturesque setting is typical of this region of Texas. Bellville Medical Center is seeking a CEO that will both work and Live in Austin County, as community involvement is an integral part of this position.
Full-time, exempt role with daily reporting responsibilities
Direction and oversight of all administrative components of Bellville Medical Center
Responsible for the financial activities, operations and results of BMC
All activities will be performed in support of the strategy, vision, and values of Bellville Medical Center and ERH Healthcare
ERH Healthcare and Bellville Medical Center are Equal Employment Opportunity Employers
Based on Experience, Competitive to similarly sized rural facilities.
Life, ST & LT Disability, Accident
Paid time off
Bachelor’s Degree is Required
Master's Degree in Healthcare Administration/Business Administration or related field is strongly preferred
4 - 6 years progressive experience in director/administrative acute care hospital roles is required.
2 - 4 years progressive experience in executive acute care hospital roles is highly preferred.
Rural hospital experience highly preferred
Specific experience in Texas is highly preferred.
Internal Number: 052220
About Bellville Medical Center
ERH Healthcare is a group of Hospital experts that bring their diverse backgrounds to a cohesive focus - the betterment of human life through healthcare. ERH Healthcare manages a number of rural hospitals to provide much needed sustainability in this period of uncertainty. ERH has been successful in maintaining, growing and developing hospitals that have been in critical situations. ERH Healthcare does this by employing smart executives and industry experts that have a passion for the rural hospitals, because they have been rural health leaders in the past and have learned what it takes to survive and succeed.