Tyler & Company, one of the country’s most highly-regarded healthcare executive search firms, has reached the rare milestone of 40 years in the healthcare executive search business and is one of the first executive search firms to specialize in healthcare. A perennial member of Modern Healthcare’s “Largest Healthcare Executive Search Firms” list, as well as Forbes’ slate of “America’s Best Executive Search Firms,” Tyler & Company places C-suite and other executive leaders in hospitals, academic medicine institutions, and health sciences firms throughout the U.S.
“In preparation for our 40th year, we have been innovating to adapt to the market so that we can continue as a premier healthcare executive search firm. We are excited about the changes on the horizon at Tyler & Company which we are rolling out in 2018,” says Preston Smith, president of Tyler & Company since October 2016.
Over the course of 40 years and counting, Tyler & Company’s recruiters and consultants have served well over a thousand clients, successfully placing thousands of professionals ranging from CEOs to directors of nursing to interim leaders. Many clients have retained the firm for executive searches for more than a decade.
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Networking is like gardening; it requires water and regular upkeep to flourish. Harvard Business School estimates that 65-85 percent of jobs are filled through networking. The Adler Group estimates in their 2016 study of 3,000 professionals that 85% of all jobs are filled via networking (source). If networking is so important, when should I start “planting my seeds?”
Chip Nagle Returns “Home”
Tyler & Company proudly welcomes back Charles “Chip” Nagle to our team. Years ago, Chip held a leadership role at Tyler & Company for nine years. 17 years later, he returns to the team as Senior Vice President in our Atlanta office.
Chip brings with him 22 years of expertise and over 250 assignments in executive search and leadership selection.
Georgia Hospital Association Webinar: March 8th 2:30 pm EST- “Diversity at the Top Grows Your Bottom Line”
ACHE Congress: March 26th-29th, Dennis Kain will be in attendance
AESC Global Conference 2018: April 11th, Dennis Kain will be in attendance
National Hospital Week: May 7th- 11th We will express our gratitude for our healthcare leaders, doctors and nurses.
New and Returning Clients
Singing River Health System, Pascagoula, MS: Chief Executive Officer (Open)
Upson Regional Medical Center, Thomaston, GA: Interim Director of Physician Practices (Open)
SSM Health – St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison, Madison, WI: Administrative Director, Patient Safety & Quality (Open)
Searches of Note
Recently Closed Searches:
Upson Regional Medical Center, Thomaston, GA: Interim Director of Physician Practices
Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Montefiore, Bronx, NY: Executive Vice Chair, Clinical Services
Penn Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA: Director of Inpatient Pharmacy
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC:
1. Dean, College of Nursing
2. Dean, College of Health Professions
3. Director of Undergraduate Programs, College of Nursing
4. Deputy Chief of Clinical Affairs, Division of Hematology/Oncology
Jupiter Medical Center, Jupiter, FL: Director of Human Resources
Crisp Regional Hospital, Cordele, GA: Vice President of Post-Acute Care
Chase Brexton Health Care – Mt. Vernon, Baltimore, MD: Site Medical Director
Chase Brexton Health Care – Glen Burnie, Glen Burnie, MD: Site Medical Director