April 10, 2020 – Atlanta-based executive recruitment firm Tyler & Company has been retained by Boone Hospital Center in Columbia, MO, to lead its search for a new chief executive officer. Assistant vice president Charlotte Tinsley is heading the assignment. Jim Sinek, who has headed the hospital since 2013, recently announced that he will retire at the end of the year.
“We are appreciative that Jim will be with us through the end of 2020 to facilitate the transition and provide the trustees ample opportunity to begin the search for the next leader of Boone Hospital Center,” said BJC Group president Sandra Van Trease.
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The new CEO will lead the organization as it prepares for the operating conditions of an independently operated hospital and integrated health system. “This is an exciting opportunity to re-create an independent community hospital by disengaging from the BJC Healthcare system and developing new processes and services designed to support the local community,” Tyler & Company said. “This organization has the strength, depth of resources and connection to its community to thrive as its own health system.”
Boone Hospital Center wants a charismatic and entrepreneurial CEO, said the search firm. The ideal candidate will have a history of building solid relationships with physicians, board members, staff and community leaders alike, along with success in leading strategy and growing revenues within both the hospital and outpatient environments.
“Previous experience as CEO/president for a hospital or system of similar size to Boone Hospital Center and its operations, or as COO of a much larger size hospital/health system is required,” the firm said. “Experience within an independent, community hospital/system environment is desired.”
Boone Hospital Center is a 394-bed, full service, regional referral center with a reputation for excellence in cardiovascular medicine, obstetrics, neurology, oncology, orthopedics and surgical services, with 1,600 employees on its general staff and 350 physicians on the medical staff. The hospital is part of the BJC Healthcare system. It has been ranked as the No. 1 hospital in mid-Missouri and the No. 5 hospital in the state by U.S. News & World Report for five years.
Tyler & Company is the healthcare executive search arm of Jackson Healthcare. The firm specializes in recruiting leadership talent for healthcare, academic medicine and health and life sciences organizations. Since 1978, its recruiters have placed thousands of C-suite executives, physician leaders and healthcare administrators health systems, hospitals, physician group practices and academic medical centers.
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Ms. Tinsley came to Tyler & Company 10 years ago. She has more than 20 years of leadership experience in human resources and executive search. She focuses on finding senior talent in the areas of general management (president/CEO), finance, technology, HR, sales, marketing and operations. Ms. Tinsley has a long record of managing assignments for public, private and non-profit organizations. Her projects are comprised of searches for regional, national and international senior-level executives.
Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor; and Stephen Sawicki, Managing Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media