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Maggie Gill: Leader Of Memorial Health

Maggie Gill received her undergraduate degree from Florida State University and her MBA from Saint Leo University. She also attended the Wharton School to complete courses on strategic thinking and management.

 

 

She spent five years at Tenet South Florida Health as their Chief Financial Officer. While she was there, she received the Tenet Outstanding CFO three years in a row. While she worked for Tenet she worked at the Coral Gables Hospital, the North Shore Medical Center, and the Palmetto General Hospital.

 

 

Maggie Gill joined the Memorial University Medical Center in 2004 as their Vice President of finance/managed care. In 2005, she became their Chief Operating Officer. She became the CEO of Memorial Health in 2011.

 

 

As Memorial Health’s CEO, she provides her leadership to all of the other members of the leadership team at Memorial Health. She is also responsible for government relations, orthopedic and neuroscience programs, facilities management, financial assistance, physician relations, corporate communications, trauma services, and Memorial Health University Physicians (MHUP).

 

 

She is a member of the Governing Council at the American Hospital Association and in 2014, she was appointed to the Georgia Rural Health Stabilization Committee. She serves on the Board of Trustees of Mercer University, the Georgia Hospital Association Board of Trustees, the Board of Governors for the Mercer University School of Medicine, and the State Medicaid Subcommittee on Medicaid Expansion.

 

 

In 2016, Maggie Gill was named as one of the “135 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review. This list includes some of the largest and most successful nonprofit organizations in the country. She was also included on the reviews list of “130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know.” The Becker’s Hospital Review is a monthly publication aimed at hospital executives with an audience of around 18,500 industry leaders.