Maggie Gill is an experienced health management specialist. Currently, she strives to transform Memorial Health into a trusted leader in the health management sector. She holds the role of chief executive and chairperson of the company. Her responsibilities include guiding all vice presidents, executives VP, and physicians at MUMC. Gill manages physical relations, the Heart & Vascular Institute, government relations, and Memorial Health University. She is also directly involved in carrying out internal audits, corporate communications, and managing care programs.
Maggie Gill boasts exceptional academic qualifications. She joined the Florida State University and received her undergraduate degree with honors. Then, she pursued her postgraduate studies at Florida-situated Saint Leo University and graduated with an MBA plus honors. Gill pursued an extension course in management and strategic thinking at the recognized Wharton School.
Gill started working at Tenet South Florida Health System in the role of Chief Financial Officer. She rendered her financial expertise at Palmetto General Hospital based in Hialeah, Miami’s North Shore Medical Center, and Coral Gables Hospital. Gill excelled in handling financial affairs of Tenet and won the high-profile Tenet Outstanding CFO accolade thrice. In 2004, she landed a VP position at the Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC). After a year, the MUMC elected her as the chief operating Officer. Gill recorded immense success as the VP of MUMC managed care division. She gained global recognition due to her exemplary record of accomplishment. She became one of the trusted and highly sought managed care experts. In 2011, Memorial Health elected her as the CEO and president.
November 1, 2016, was an exciting day for Maggie Gill and her Memorial Health team. On this day, the Memorial Health team won seven accolades. The Georgia Medical Society issued these awards to appreciate people who have gone against all the odds to promote health and enhance living standards in their communities.
Memorial Health’s winners
- The Primary Care Accelerated Track Program scooped an award in the category of Health Care Innovation. The program is a partnership of Memorial Health and Mercer University.
- Teen drivers won in the Health Care Education category.
- Jimmy Gordon, Dwaine, and Cynthia scooped awards in the Community Outreach Category.
- The MUMC’s Infectious Disease Response Team bagged the Institutions Award. The category of Physicians Lifetime Achievement had two winners: Carl Boyd and Linda Sacks.
Maggie Gill applauded recipients of The Georgia Medical Society Awards for their exceptional performance. She urged them to keep on making a tangible difference in the healthcare sector and their community.