In 2004, Maggie became Vice President of Finance/Managed Care for Memorial University Medical Center. She had already had a successful career in the medical industry, so it didn’t take long for her to become COO. A few years later, she was named President and CEO of Memorial Health. Maggie oversees the performance of all the vice presidents, senior vice presidents, and physician leaders at MUMC. She has many years of experience in the medical field and knows how to run an operation fluently. Her primary goal is to make sure that all of the leaders under her are performing at their best.
Being CEO of a medical center is not for the faint of heart. Maggie’s new responsibilities include handling physician and government relations, performing internal audits, running orthopedic and neuroscience programs, providing perioperative services and financial assistance, managing all of MUMC’s facilities, overseeing corporate communications, and managing trauma services. Her years of experience have more than provided her with the necessary skills to be a successful CEO of a medical center. Her new position has also put her in charge of Memorial Health University Physicians and the Heart and Vascular Institute.
Before Gill became the success she is today, she was just a young student hoping to make the world a better place. Maggie attended Florida State, where she earned a bachelor’s degree, and graduated with honors. She then attended Saint Leo University, in Florida, and received an MBA with honors. Maggie’s hunger for knowledge continued to drive her, as she completed strategic thinking and management course work at Wharton School. She was preparing for the field she had chosen to pursue.
After learning all she could, Maggie Gill started her career at Tenet South Florida Health System. She worked there as their Chief Financial Officer for many years. Maggie excelled at her job, earning her the Tenet Outstanding CFO award three times. She genuinely loves what she does, which is why she does it so well. She was eventually granted tenure at Tenet and began working at other hospitals all over Florida. She first went to work at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah. Then she went to Miami and worked at North Shore Medical Center. Finally, she worked at Coral Gables Hospital in Coral Gables. She offered MUMC a plethora of knowledge by becoming CEO.