Maggie Gill: The Driving Force behind Memorial Health Center’s Success

Maggie is the current CEO and president of Memorial Health Center. She joined the center in 2004 as the V.P. of managed care/finance. In 2005, she was named the COO of the organization. She was later promoted, in 2011, to the position of CEO and President of Memorial Health. Her responsibilities at the company include the provision of leadership to all senior presidents, presidents, and physician leaders. She also works directly with Memorial Health University, the Heart and Vascular Institute, physicians, facilities, trauma services, and many other areas in the medical field.

Before joining Memorial Heath, she worked at Tenet South Health System for five years. She was awarded thrice as the Tenet Outstanding CFO during her time there. While at Tenet, she also worked at Palmetto General Hospital, Coral Gables Hospital, and North Shore Medical Center.

Maggie Gill has gained a lot of experience working within the healthcare sector. She is an alumnus of Florida State University where she graduated from with top honors. Later, she went to Saint Leo University for her Master’s in Business Administration. She has also enrolled for a management and strategic thinking course at the Wharton School.

Maggie featured in the 2016 list of 135 CEOs in the nonprofit hospital and health system to know. Appearing on this list is a huge honor because it includes some of the most prominent and successful people in leading nonprofit healthcare institutions in America.

Eon Health and MUMC Partnership

This collaboration has opened up a new option for those enrolled in Medicare Advantage in South Carolina and Southeast Georgia. The plan that will be provided because of the collaboration will feature reduced cop-pays and zero-dollar premiums among many other benefits. Maggie Gill said that Eon Health’s preventative care emphasis was a good match for Memorial Health. The collaboration would be focused on ensuring that patients lead healthy lifestyles and that they could access the level of care they needed.

Memorial Health Bags Several Awards in the Georgia Medical Society 16th Annual Health Care Award

The institution bagged seven awards in the awards. The awards recognize people who have dedicated their careers towards the improvement of health and well-being of the community. Organizations and individuals can be nominated in six categories. Memorial Health won in five of those categories; this success can be attributed to Maggie Gill’s strong leadership. Maggie was given the Heroes Award during the ceremony. The award recognizes individuals who have shown outstanding effort in improving the community’s health.