Many professionals would want to have their careers highlighted among the most successful and probably awarded for the effort they put to building the world. Maggie Gill has enjoyed all sides of her career but the most important aspect about her dedication and effort is that she managed to build a name while offering services to different companies. She is a successful professional who values the need for effort and dedication while handling complex challenges. Her success in medicine came from the many skills she gained while working on different types of problems.
Her career began with her joining the Arizona State University, where she would graduate with honors. This only gave her the motivation to further build her profile as a professional, so she joined the Saint Leo University to pursue an MBA and at the end of the course, she emerged triumphant magna cum laude. This was not enough to quench her thirst for knowledge and so she went on to pursue several courses in strategic thinking and management, which equipped her perfectly to enter the complex market and to offer accurate solutions to challenging tasks.
When she completed her studies, she was able to join several companies to work as an executive. One of the companies that was privileged to get her services was Tenet South Florida Hospital. She was the chief financial officer and due to her dedication and support of the program, she was able to transform the operations of the system. This saw her come out with several prizes, one of them the Tenet Outstanding CFO, which she earned three times. This shows Maggie Gill was keen on her job and good at that. Her skills were a vital part of building the company to ensure the desired results are achieved.
During the same period she worked at Tenet, several other companies approached her for support on various matters. North Shore Medical Center, Coral Gables and Palmetto Hospital were among those that received the useful services of Maggie Gill while she also served at Tenet. With great ability to deal with all the problems presented to her by all companies, she became a prime candidate to hold an executive position.
In 2004, she joined Memorial Health as the deputy CEO and her service involved helping the President and CEO to build new structures. In 2011, Memorial Heath appointed her to take over control as the President and CEO.