Would you like a job that literally puts you at the vortex of today’s medicine? As a medical center director with VHA, you’ll collaborate with fellow clinical and executive leaders across all areas of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Your goal is clear, but challenging: to find innovative and creative ways to improve the experience of every Veteran who walks through our doors. To give every Veteran the best care possible, you’ll manage the operations to ensure that your institution lives up to the best practices set by VA.

In your efforts, you’ll be backed by leaders who put Veterans first, and who understand the meaning of patient-centered health care services. With that commitment, we have identified the need to enhance our health care leadership team across the Nation. That means you.

Your responsibilities will be extensive. Our medical center directors – also called medical and health services managers, health care executives or health care administrators – plan, direct and coordinate a broad range of medical and health services. You may manage an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Medical and health services managers direct changes that help their facilities comply with modifications in health care laws, regulations and technology, designed to improve service.

Be sure to review both opportunities and select the one most suited to your background and experience.

We strive to provide excellent customer service and care to our Veteran patients even as the number of patients we serve continues to grow. If you think you can help us accomplish that goal, or know someone who can, take this opportunity to look into these senior executive positions.

Health System Administrator (Medical Center Director)

Physician (Medical Center Director)

These positions provide an exceptional opportunity to be an integral part in making a difference for our Nation’s Veterans at facilities in:

  • Montgomery, AL
  • Little Rock, AR
  • Tucson, AZ
  • Prescott, AZ
  • San Diego, CA
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Chicago, IL
  • Danville, IL
  • Hines, IL
  • Marion, IL
  • Fort Wayne, IN
  • Saginaw, MI
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Erie, PA
  • Wilkes Barre, PA
  • Mountain Home/Johnson City, TN
  • Nashville, TN
  • Big Spring, TX
  • El Paso, TX
  • Temple, TX
  • Salem, VA
  • White River Junction, VT
  • Tomah, WI
  • Beckley, WV
  • Cheyenne, WY

If this doesn’t sound like the right career fit for you, then we encourage you to consider a different opportunity with VA, either as a senior executive or in another capacity. When you work here, you’ll have a comfortable salary, outstanding benefits and great work-life balance, just like the private sector. See all of your job options at Join VA.

“Leadership is a journey of learning. I chose this journey because I believe to be successful in providing the best quality care for Veterans…”

— Gracie Associate Medical Center Director, Interim Medical Center Director

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Published on Mar. 10, 2016

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  1. Dennis Nickens March 24, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    According to the information that I have read, a new VA facility opening in Charlotte NC in April. My question to you, do you have any information on posting of position at that new facility?

  2. DannyG March 15, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    Thank you for saying “veteran-“, NOT “customer-” centric health care! Now, pls remember that key word in other areas of service training. We are American Veterans, not customers !!

  3. Larry P. Kelly March 11, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    Why does it take so long to hear from the VA when you apply for a job. I have an application for a job at the Charlotte VA center and haven’t heard from them in over a month.

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