Maggie Gill’s Career in MUMC Coming To End Soon.

Maggie Gill the current president and CEO of Memorial Health, also known as Memorial University Medical Centre (MUMC), located in Savannah, Georgia. She joined the institution in September 2004 as the vice president of the finance/ managed care. In 2005, she was promoted to be the chief operating officer and finally became the chief executive officer in 2011. In this capacity, she heads all the senior vice presidents, vice presidents, and the physician leaders.

Before joining MUMC, she worked at Tenet Healthcare from 1994 to 2004. Serving as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for five years, she was awarded for being an Outstanding CFO in 2001, 2002 and 2003. Being in TENET gave her the opportunity to work in various hospitals such as North Shore Medical Centre in Miami, Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, FL.

Maggie earned her Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature/ Letters from Florida State University, Tallahassee in 1993 and proceeded to get a master’s degree with honors in Business Administration (MBA) from Saint Leo University, FL in 1998. She has also done Strategic thinking and management from Wharton School.

Outside of her work, Maggie enjoys volunteer work in various platforms, and as such, she is a board member of Georgia Hospital Association on health matters, Mercer University on education issues, and Georgia Chamber of Commerce on economic empowerment and Union Mission on social services issues.

The year 2016 was a good year for MUMC. On November 1, the Memorial team got seven awards from the Georgia Medical Society during its 16th Annual Health Care Hero Awards. These included the Health Care Innovation Award, Health Care Education Award, two Community Outreach Awards, two Physicians Lifetime Achievement awards and Institutions/Organizations award.

On 10 November, Maggie Gill was also featured as one of the 135 Nonprofit Hospital and Health system CEOs in the Becker’s Hospital Review for her outstanding role in MUMC.

In February 2017, Maggie announced that she would be leaving the MUMC to pursue other professional opportunities. Whatever these opportunities are, she has the full support of the Parent Corporation Board as stated by Harry Haslam, the board chair.

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