Margaret Gill has been serving as the boss of Memorial Health since 2005. Gill is skilled in management, leadership, finance, and clinical research. Memorial University Medical Centre is an academic health center with a 604-bed capacity. This facility serves counties in South California and southeast Georgia. Gill has an MBA from the prominent Saint Leo University. She is also a proud graduate of Florida State University.
Gill’s career history
She began working at this organization as the CFO, but she later became the chief operating officer. In 2011, Gill secured the president position at the company. Before joining Memorial University Medical Centre, Gill worked at Tenet South Florida Health System as a chief financial officer for five years. While working at Tenet, she managed health centers in Miami, Hialeah, and Gables, Florida. She was named the outstanding CFO three years in a row. At Memorial University Medical Centre, Gill is in charge of supervising the senior executive officers.
Gill launches the Pathways to Excellence project
Mid last year, Maggie Gill realized that Memorial University Medical Centre (MUMC) was not making sufficient revenue. In light of these shortcomings, she unveiled Pathways to Excellence, an initiative aimed at investing over $20 million in the hospital. These funds are expected to reflect in 6 to 18 months and help with the planning for future projects. She also unveiled the management team that will be working with Pathways to Excellence to retool the hospital’s healthcare system.
Gill plans to exit Memorial Health
Early this year, Gill announced his plan to exit Memorial University Medical Centre to pursue other professional opportunities. According to Harry Haslam, one of the hospital’s board members, Gill did not disclose when she plans to leave. When Gill became the president of this organization in 2011, she oversaw the restructuring of the hospital, which resulted in increased profits. Throughout her tenure at this facility, she facilitated negotiations with Novant Health, an MUMC’s partner. Gill plans to gradually hand over her office to her predecessor and stick around as long as the board needs her to.