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Maggie Gill has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Memorial Health since 2011. She provides leadership and guidance to all executives and physician leaders at MUMC. She is also responsible for orthopedic and neuroscience programs, the Heart and Vascular Center, financial assistance, communications, facility management, trauma services, physician relations, and government relations.
Gill’s background includes earning a Bachelor’s Degree with honors while at Florida State University. She received an MBA from Saint Leo University. She studied strategic thinking and management at Wharton School. She served as Vice President of Finance/Managed Care and COO of Memorial University Medical Center. Before she came to MUMC, Maggie worked as chief financial officer for Tenet South Florida Health system. While there, she worked at Palmetto General Hospital, North Shore Medical Center and Coral Gables Hospital.
On Tuesday. November 1, 2016 the Memorial Health team under Maggie Gill received seven awards from The Georgia Medical Society, at the 16th Annual Health Care Heroes Awards Program. They received awards for health care innovation for The Primary Care Accelerated Track Program, health care education for Teen Drivers Program, community outreach, institution for Infectious Disease Response Team, allied health professionals, and physician lifetime achievement was received by Dr. Carl Boyd, former trauma surgeon and leader of Level I trauma center. Another physician lifetime achievement award was received by Dr. Linda Sacks, a former neonatologist and Level III leader of neonatal ICU at Memorial University Medical Center. Memorial University Medical Center serves a 35-county region in SE Georgia and southern South Carolina.
During her time at the helm, Gill has restructured the organizations leadership team, started the re-engineering of the billing and collection process, renegotiated some managed care contracts and more. She has placed a major emphasis on the relations between team members and physicians as well.