The measure of real success is how well rounded a person is. Is the person economically, emotionally and socially stable? These things can be measured by one’s academic qualifications, career progress and the nature of the relationships one has, both personal and professional ones. Meeting Maggie, you will notice this common definition of an all-rounded person. She is an excellent wife and mother of two who is equally devoted to her kids as she is dedicated to her work. She is the president and CEO of Memorial University Medical Center, and has held other positions before. The Florida State University and Saint Leo University educated lady has vast skills and experience in the field of medicine and health, especially in management and leadership. These skills have made Maggie an outstanding achiever, and earned her and her team recognition and awards.
Maggie Gill joined Memorial Health back in 2004 as the vice president of finance, and through her strategic plans, she climbed the ladder all the way to becoming the CEO. She brought new developments, some of which include construction of new facilities and expansion of clinical services. According to the board members at Memorial Health, Maggie is a very professional person who has good relations with the board members, physicians and all other employees.
One of the greatest success that have been achieved under Maggie’s tenure is the seven awards that members of her team received from Georgia Medical Society. These Annual Health Care Heroes Awards were in recognition of the selfless effort of dedicated people who tirelessly work towards improving the healthcare sector, not for their benefit but for the community as a whole and the next generation. Among the departments that received these awards are community outreach program, innovation, healthcare innovation and physician’s lifetime achievements.
Gill was named as one of the “130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to know” by Becker in 2016, and it is through her leadership that Medical Health got recognition together with other top healthcare providers in the country as one of the “135 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to know.” Maggie has also been a three-time winner of “Tenet Outstanding CFO” award.