The Health Council of South Florida, Inc. (HCSF) is one of eleven local health councils created by Florida Statute 408.033 to coordinate health services planning across the state. Our mission is to be the source of unbiased health and quality of life data and analysis; the preferred partner for quality program planning,management, evaluation, and community services; the facilitator of collaboration and partnerships in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties; and the trusted champion for ethical and targeted healthcare policy at the local, state,and national levels.
There are four (4) seats available in the following categories to represent Monroe County:
Healthcare Consumer (1 seat):
Defined as any person other than a person who administers health activities, is a member of the governing body of a health care facility, provides health services,has a fiduciary interest in a health facility or other health agency or its affiliated entities, or has a material financial interest in the rendering of health services.
Healthcare Provider (1 seat):
Defined as a health care professional licensed under chapter 458, chapter 459,chapter 460, chapter 461, chapter 463, chapter 464, chapter 465, chapter 466,part I, part III, part IV, part V, or part X of chapter 468, chapter 483, chapter 484,chapter 486, chapter 490, or chapter 491.
Healthcare Purchaser (2 seats):
Defined as an employer in the state, other than a health care facility, health insurer, or health care provider, who provides health care coverage for her or his employees.
WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA'S BOARD?
Board members make a difference at HCSF! Our board of directors guide our strategic direction and long-term sustainability of the organization. Their leadership helps ensure our vision and values and our commitment to equity are lived out in daily work.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN BEING A MEMBER OF THE BOARD?
Board members shall be appointed to serve for a term of two (2) years. A member may serve no more than four (4) consecutive terms. You must reside and work in Monroe County.As a member, you will advise the Council on health care issues and resource allocations; promote public awareness of community health needs, emphasizing health promotion and cost-effective health service selection; and assist the agency and other state agencies in carrying out data collection activities.Meetings are held on a bi-monthly basis at the Health Council of South Florida's offices, on the first Thursday of the month from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested in applying for a Board position at the Health Council of South Florida, please click here to download the application packet.
Please return the completed application packet along with your CV/Resume to Vanessa Naranjo, Office Administrator via email: email@example.com.
For additional information, please feel free to visit our website at www.healthcouncil.org or call our office at 305-592-1452.
For additional information regarding the Health Council of South Florida, please visit www.healthcouncil.org.
The application deadline is April 1, 2019.
The Health Council of South Florida, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) located in the Doral area of Miami, Florida.