Maggie Gill’s Leadership Has Seen Memorial Health Win Numerous Awards

Maggie Gill is the president and CEO of Memorial Health. Recently, 135 Nonprofit Hospital and health systems featured her among the notable CEOs to watch in 2016. Additionally, Memorial Health’s A Team, which she leads, received seven awards during the Georgia Medical Society’s 16th Annual Health Care Awards. These awards recognize people that have devoted their profession to improving the well being and health of the entire community. Their work not only affects the present population, but also the next generation.
Organizations and individuals nominated their heroes in six distinct categories. They included community outreach, health care innovation, institution, and healthcare education. The others were physician lifetime achievement and allied health professionals. Maggie Gill’s team won in health care innovation, healthcare education, institutions, community outreach, and physician lifetime achievement. She congratulated them for their efforts of making Memorial Health serve it clients better.
Maggie started working for Memorial Health in 2004. She joined the organization as the vice president of managed care and finance. Gill became the COO of Memorial Health in 2005. She was named as the company’s chief executive officer and president in 2011. Maggie provides leadership to the senior management teams at the organization. They include vice presidents and senior vice presidents. In addition, Gill engages with physician leaders on a regular basis. Moreover, she is responsible for Memorial Health University physicians, government relations, perioperative services, and facilities management. Gill is in charge of orthopedic and neuroscience programs, corporate communications, trauma services, and financial assistance.
Previously, Maggie Gill worked for Tenet South Florida Health System for close to five years, before joining Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC). While working for the organization, Gill received the Tenet Outstanding CFO award in several occasions. She also worked for North Shore Medical Center and Palmetto General Hospital.
Gill pursued her undergraduate studies at the Florida State University where she graduated with honors. She is also an alumnus of Saint Leo University where she earned an MBA. Maggie Gill completed a course in strategic thinking and management at Wharton School.
Recently, Gill remarked that the health care system was continuing to lose money. She was addressing Memorial Health board that manages MUMC along with its other groups. The loss of money was anticipated due to the changes in the health care systems. Gill noted that the decline in revenues was not a surprise. Her initiative, Pathways to Excellence, has been instrumental in identifying innovative mechanisms, which have resulted in savings of $12.6 million. This amount includes $ 7.6 million from Premier Inc.