Maggie Gill is the president and executive chairperson of Memorial Health, an academic medical center based in Savanna Georgia.
Her experience as a leader in the medical field spans for more than 20 years. Maggie started working at Tenet South Florida Health System in 1994 as the chief financial officer. She served at Palmetto General Hospital, North Shore Medical Centre, and Oral Cables Hospital. She joined Memorial Health University Medical Centre as the vice president of Finance and Managed Care in 2004. The following year, Maggie was promoted to COO. In this capacity, she steered the development of new facilities and expansion of clinical services. In 2011, she was elected the president and CEO. She is responsible for mentoring all vice presidents, executive vice presidents, and Doctors leaders. Maggie handles both internal and external relations, communication, financial assistance, and medical programs.
Partnering With Eon
As one of her leadership responsibility as the CEO of Memorial Health, Maggie led negotiations with Eon Health. She recently announced that Memorial Health would work together with Eon Health to launch a new Medicare Advantage plan with no premiums. The plan is cheap to acquire, and it includes numerous benefits, such as dental, hearing, and free transport, which are not usually provided for no-premium plans. This plan will be available to Medicare patients from 2017 in selected counties in Georgia and South Carolina. She noted that this plan would improve the quality of medical services that they provide.
Maggie Gill is a proud graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature in 1993. In 1998, she graduated with an MBA from Saint Leo University in Florida. She later joined Wharton School for a Strategic Thinking and Management course.
Awards and Recognitions
During her stay at Tenet South Florida Health System, she earned the Tenet Outstanding CFO award for three years in a row. Under her leadership, Maggie’s team at Memorial Health received seven awards in various categories at The Georgia Medical Society 16th Annual Health Care Heroes Awards in November last year. Maggie was named one of 135 non-profit Hospital and Health System CEOs to know in 2016 for her excellent leadership at Memorial Health. Additionally, Memorial Health was honored as one of the most prominent non-profit making health care providers.