Executive Coordinator - Healthcare


Last Updated: 21st July 2019 (over 3 years ago)

Address
Saudi Arabia

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Female

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
English

Summary

An ambitious, driven and goal-orientated Healthcare Administrator with significant experience in medical administration and a focus on service development, service improvement, process streamlining and project delivery. Exceptionally well organised and motivated, with extensive experience gained in medical and healthcare organisations in the UK and Middle East.

Education

The University of Sheffield
MSc International Health Management and Leadership

   Sep 2018
— Current

Course description:
This programme provides a high-quality qualification in management and leadership for health care professionals. In particular, the programme is suitable for:

Mid-level public health officers seeking career progression or moving into leadership roles in government, NGO and multilateral organisations such as UNICEF, WHO, USAID, especially in low and middle income countries.
Health practitioners taking up management roles in hospital or health departments.
Managers of fast-growing health insurance and health maintenance organisations in low and middle income countries.
Others from different disciplinary backgrounds switching career into health management and leadership.
Clinical commissioning groups will also benefit.

Aims:
The Course aims to develop the critical thinking and analysis of problems in health services and health systems, and to use this analysis to develop competencies in improving the provision of health care on local, national and international levels:

-To promote a critical understanding of health care organisational theory and practice, with particular reference to the management challenges and practices that are unique to health care settings;
-To evaluate the drivers affecting the delivery, development and governance of health systems in developed and developing nations, and the strengths and weaknesses of policy initiatives in different country contexts;
-To develop students' strategic management knowledge and capabilities, focusing upon both the internal and external operating environments within health systems and healthcare organisations;
-To enable students to undertake and evaluate research in health services management and leadership.

Modules

Introduction to Research Methods
Managing People in Organisations
Systematic Approaches to Evidence Assessment
Accounting and Financial Management
Leading and Managing Health Services
Strategic Management
Foundations of Leadership and Teamwork
Dissertation

The University of Derby
BSc (Hons) in Integrative Health and Social Care - 1st Class

   Sep 2017
— Aug 2018

The BSc (Hons) Integrative Health and Social Care covers core areas of leadership, management, mental health and wellbeing, public health, and applied practice. The curriculum is designed to provide a structured and cohesive focus on the core areas along with the advanced aspects of integrative health and social care practice in the twenty first century.

Programme Aims:
- To develop creative and confident practitioners who can demonstrate critical,
evidence based approach to practice.
- To develop collaborative inter professionally-capable practitioners equipped for
career and/or educational progression through academic excellence.
- To develop practitioners who are motivated towards continuous and progressive
lifelong learning employing digital literacy and digital scholarship.
- To create practitioners who can critically evaluate and apply their learning within the
context of practice.
- To prepare practitioners within their own area of expertise who can demonstrate
critical competence in practice, practice leadership and practice development.
- To develop practitioners with comprehensive subject specific and transferable skills
and knowledge appropriate for critical evaluation, independent study, professional
development and work focused study.

Oxford Learning College
BTEC HND Understanding Health and Social Care Practice

   Sep 2015
— Aug 2017

Experience

Prince Sultan Cardiac Center
Executive Coordinator

   Nov 2012
— Current

The Prince Sultan Cardiac Centre (PSCC) in Riyadh is a 186-bed, advanced specialist cardiac centre and teaching hospital, providing a full range of cardiac diagnostic, treatment and management services for patients from neonates to the elderly.

 Overall responsibility for leading and coordinating comprehensive management and administrative tasks for the PSCC Director (Major General), taking a key role in influencing service development and service improvement ventures.
 Coordinates all communications between the PSCC Director and others during projects and service development ventures.
 Effectively demonstrates communication and collaboration skills with high ranking military staff within a senior healthcare leadership and management environment.
 Creation and maintenance of a database to track and monitor 75+ consultants’ leave, ensuring improved service continuity and adequate staffing levels for each department.
 Tracks punctuality amongst consultants in the Outpatient Department by establishing and managing a database, aiding both service and organisational culture improvement, resulting in a marked improvement in staff punctuality rates.
 Tracks data regarding surgical case commencement times, reporting quarterly figures and any issues affecting service delays and organisational performance.
 Assisted in the process for successfully achieving JCI accreditation in 2017, working with 100+ senior stakeholders to review and amend hospital policies - over 110 in total.
 Assisted in the preparation for the Saudi Central Board for Accreditation (CBAHI) in 2019; conducting an audit relating to accreditation readiness, working with 100+ senior stakeholders to review and amend numerous hospital policies.
 Participates in the recruitment of international and local staff; interviewing and liaising with potential candidates and recruitment agencies.
 Manages and trains junior colleagues.
 Responsible for writing and editing high volumes of documents and technical materials in English, ensuring accuracy in grammar, formatting and legibility.
 Organised and attended the 2017 AACN NTI Critical Care Exposition in Houston, Texas; from designing all promotional and marketing materials for the exhibition stand to acting as PSCC ambassador at the event.
 Instrumental in the development of the Advanced Cardiac Nursing Master Program, unique in the Middle East, designed to raise standards, build best practice and develop the Saudi nursing workforce.
 Responsible for forming collaborative partnerships with international university institutions during the long-running Master Program project.
 With no prior experience of procurement or business negotiation, undertook a project in conjunction with the British Council to provide English language training for nurses on the Advanced Cardiac Nursing Master Program.

National Guard Health Affairs - King Abdulaziz Medical City
Technical Writer

   Dec 2010
— Oct 2012

This 2000-bed hospital in Riyadh provides all types of care to National Guard soldiers and their families, from primary health care to tertiary specialised care.

 Responsible for writing and editing over 500 documents and technical materials in English.
 Delivered comprehensive and wide-ranging administrative support to the senior management teams including tracking and maintaining all correspondence; organising meetings, preparing agendas and taking minutes.
 Established and maintained databases; accurately prepared and developed complex technical information and materials concisely and effectively.
 Contributed to the hospital’s successful JCI Accreditation via the review and amendment of approximately 200 policies.
 Successfully overcame cultural and language barriers working with a diverse group of medical, clinical and administrative staff, creating a cohesive and cooperative team environment.

Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust, Bury, UK
Diagnostics Performance Coordinator

   Jul 2009
— Feb 2010

Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust, Bury, UK
Diagnostic Cancer Pathway Coordinator

   Jul 2007
— Jul 2009

Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust, Bury, UK
Radiology Appointments Coordinator

   Jun 2003
— Jul 2007

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