Maggie Gill joined Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC) as VP of managed care/finance in 2004 and became head working officer in 2005. In 2011, she was named CEO and President of Memorial Health. Gill gives initiative to all VPs, senior VPs, and doctor pioneers at MUMC. She is more so specifically in charge of doctor relations, government relations, inward review, Memorial Health University Physicians (MHUP), orthopedic & neuroscience programs, the Heart & Vascular Institute, perioperative administrations, money related help, corporate interchanges, offices administration, and trauma services.
Gill spent five years as CFO at Tenet South Florida Health framework before joining MUMC. She was awarded with the Tenet Outstanding CFO grant three in three occasions. Amid her residency with Tenet, Gill worked at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, Fla, Coral Gables Hospital in Coral Gables, Fla and North Shore Medical Center in Miami. Gill earned her honors bachelor’s degree with distinction at Florida State University before pursuing her MBA with distinction at Saint Leo University in Florida. She likewise finished course work at Wharton School in strategic thinking & management.
Memorial University Medical Center is a piece of the honor winning Memorial Health framework, which serves 35 regions crosswise southern South Carolina and southeast Georgia. Notwithstanding MUMC, the Medical Center system incorporates primary and forte care specialists, business administrations, and NurseOne, including the 24-hour call facility. The institution likewise had a noteworthy medical education program that offers training to occupants in family medicine, diagnostic radiology, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics & gynecology, and surgery.
Remembrance University Medical Center (MUMC) is a philanthropic, 604-bed healing facility in Savannah, Georgia. The entryways were opened in 1955 and have developed into the most exceptional medicinal services supplier in the district. The facility is a provincial referral for cancer care, heart care, trauma care, high-risk pregnancies, children’s care, and high-risk newborn care.