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    Orthopedics - Physician Assistant

    Central Coast Orthopedics is the leading and longest-standing orthopedic group in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. Central Coast Orthopedics offers the most advanced comprehensive orthopedic care in the region and is seeking an experienced Physician Assistant to join our team. This position will work exclusively with our Hand Surgery division in an outpatient clinical setting. Great work/life balance working with one surgeon. No ER call and minimal, if any, hospital rounding.


    • Outpatient clinic to include problem-focused history and physical examinations
    • Interpreting x-rays/advanced imaging and diagnostic procedures to establish working diagnosis
    • Developing and executing a plan of care
    • Performing therapeutic and diagnostic procedures in office
    • Splinting and fracture care
    • Very rare hospital rounds (average less than one inpatient consultation per month)
    • No ER call at this time, nor anticipated in the future (subject to change)

    • Knowledge of professional Physician Assistant theory and practice
    • Knowledge of organizational policies, regulations, and procedures to administer patient care
    • Basic knowledge of CPT and ICD-9 coding
    • Ability to maintain quality control standards
    • Moderate computer skills and experience with Electronic Medical Records (EMR – ModMed experience is a plus)
    • Display a courteous, positive, and helpful attitude to patients, their families, staff, and physicians to include a pleasant speaking voice and demeanor
    • Comfortable working in a team environment consisting of staff, physicians, patients, and outside vendors
    • Demonstrate reliability and motivation
    • Maintain a neat and professional appearance
    • Accurately follow surgery center/hospital procedures and protocols with minimum supervision


    Physician’s Assistant Master’s degree required


    At least 2 years of experience in a physician office or hospital to include the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Orthopedic/PM&R/Occupational Medicine experience is a plus.


    • Current CA Physician’s Assistant license
    • DEA license

    Job duties are primarily performed in a typical clinic office environment. While there is no requirement for assisting in surgical procedures at this time, we anticipate moving small procedures into the office in the future, which may require surgical assistance. As with most healthcare positions, this position includes potential exposure to communicable diseases and body fluids. Must observe universal safety precautions to avoid contraction of disease. Requires working under stressful conditions and working long and occasionally irregular hours.


    Requires full range of body motion, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Auditory and visual acuity is necessary. Requires standing for long periods of time. Must have the physical and mental stamina required for long or difficult cases and emergency call. Must be able to assist in the transfer and positioning of patients of all sizes. Occasionally required to lift and carry items up to 50 pounds.

    Job Type: Full-time


    • Starting salary $120,000 plus health and retirement benefits (negotiable)
    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Cash balance plan (defined benefit pension plan)
    • Health insurance
    • Dental insurance
    • Vision insurance
    • Health savings account
    • Life insurance
    • Paid vacation – 15 days per year
    • 8 hour shift (average)
    • Monday to Friday


    • EMR systems: 1 year (preferred – experience with ModMed a plus)
    • Physician Office or Hospital: 2 years (preferred)
    • PA-C (preferred)
    • Physician Assistant License (preferred)

    Work Location: San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach, CA

    Please submit CV and Cover letter to:

    Monica Lopez

    Email: Fax# 805-541-3566

    Posted 01-18-23

    Practice Administrator

    We are searching for a full-time Practice Administrator to assist and monitor efficient daily operations related to high quality service and safety for patients accessing services/care. We have 13 physicians and three clinic locations and are located in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties, California. The Practice Administrator will work side by side with the Medical Executive team and help provide state of the art care to our community.


    The Practice Administrator oversees the daily administrative processes & staff within this orthopedic practice; contributes to business improvement plans; monitors day to day business management; and is responsible for long term business projections and budgeting.

    The Practice Administrator is tasked with maintaining all accounting functions, including accounts payable, general ledger, accounts receivable, employee payroll, cash disbursements, and financial statements. Provide oversight and management for team clinical managers and finance manager.

    Qualified candidates must possess the following in addition to the education, team work, experience, knowledge and skills listed – honesty, strong work ethic, strong organizational skills, ability to complete tasks in a timely manner, be a highly effective communicator and be resilient.

    This is not a remote position. Work must be performed on site.


    • Develops a culture that emphasizes collaboration, accountability and performance with a shared vision for the future
    • Directs and implements the practices mission and strategic plan to achieve its strategic and financial goals
    • Assists with business planning, improvement, and expansion projects
    • Monitors practice’s budget & prepares accurate financial reports in junction with practices finance manager.
    • Oversight finance team with monthly journal entries and enters into general ledger system
    • Oversight in junction with finance manager in company’s month-end closing using accounting software
    • Ensures timely payment of current liabilities to creditors, proper recording and control of cash receipts, employee payroll and recording of fixed assets
    • Reviews and approves all invoices selected for payment and related cash disbursements
    • Monitors and manages cash flow
    • Oversite of bank account reconciliations, system controls.
    • Coordinates payroll processing, reviews all payroll checks and related management reports
    • Keeps abreast of any regulations impacting the practice
    • Directs financial accounting functions to ensure accurate recording and reporting of clinic financial information
    • Assists auditors with interim and year-end audits
    • Develops and updates organizational design, management, and processes for maximum productivity, efficiency, and cost effectiveness.
    • Provides visible and approachable leadership enhancing working relationships among the staff and physicians
    • Continually monitors operations, programs, and physical properties initiating appropriate changes
    • Identifies opportunities to enhance market share and financial position through development of partnerships, affiliations, and growth strategies
    • Mentors staff and provides opportunities for professional growth and development
    • Represents the medical practice in its relationships with other health organizations, government agencies, and third-party payers
    • Serves as liaison and channel of communication between the board and its committees, the medical and administrative staffs



    • Ability to effectively manage others and to establish/maintain effective working relationships with staff, management, and the public
    • Knowledge and a thorough understanding of the health care environment
    • Specific knowledge of finance, marketing, operations, human resource management, and public relations in health care
    • Knowledge of business concepts and financial drivers of a medical group
    • Ability to analyze financial data, prepare financial statements and related reports
    • Ability to exercise initiative, judgment, and discretion to achieve organizational objectives
    • Strong decision-making, problem-solving skills, and communication skills
    • Ability to access, input, and retrieve information from computer
    • Ability to work independently & in a team setting
    • Ability to identify trends and motivate workforce toward changes
    • Ability to identify opportunities for improvement
    • Ability to competently use Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and appropriate practice management software
    • Must be competent at verifying/staying current with current MIPS/Medicare guidelines, and implementing systems to stay compliant with yearly changes and requirements


    Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance/Accounting, or other related field

    Master’s degree preferred

    Medical practice management certification such as CMPE preferred


    Five years of supervisory experience, with increasing responsibilities and multiple direct reports

    Two years of financial management experience, including understanding of health care industry accounting

    This description reflects the primary responsibilities of the position identified for the purpose of job evaluation. It should not be construed as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position.

    License or certificate:

    Individuals must be capable of operating a motor vehicle safely and possess a valid, Class C, California Driver License, or be able to demonstrate the ability to travel on scheduled or unscheduled visits to various locations which may or may not be reachable by public transportation.

    Salary commensurate with experience.

    Generous and competitive benefits package including 401K match, health, dental, vision, paid time off and more.


    Send CV and Cover Letter to

    Candidates should submit their resume and cover letter. All application materials received will be screened and evaluated and the top candidates will be contacted for an initial pre-screen interview. The most highly qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an on-site selection process.

    This employer is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

    Posted 11-22-22



    The Outpatient Services Manager II reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for overseeing one or more clinics, which will provide both primary and specialty care, performing the full range of management duties under administrative direction.

    Examples of Duties:


    • Supervise and direct the work of professional and paraprofessional staff to achieve optimum patient flow and cycle times appropriate for services; interview and select new employees; assure orientation and training for all new employees; monitor staff productivity; schedule work; coordinate reporting of payroll; establish standards and evaluate performance; implement employee disciplinary process as necessary; assure employee competencies and long-term development through regular performance audits and development plans.
    • Ensure quality program management through compliance with federal state and local regulations concerning health care, such as Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations and The Joint Commission (TJC) guidelines; identification of opportunities to improve quality of care; and assessment and improvement of key processes that directly impact patient services.
    • Manage clinic facilities and environment, assuring via other support services, that the facility is maintained in a safe and clean manner and presents a professional environment at all times and that clinic workstations and patient workflow are organized to assure optimal efficiencies.
    • Provide for fiscal program management, including assisting in implementing and managing grant funded programs, budgets or projects; providing input in the preparation of the annual budget for the clinics; ensuring compliance with Office of Inspector General (OIG) regulatory standards; maintaining data using clinic or hospital computer software, such as Ambulatory Payment Classification (APC) and financial services programs; identifying opportunities to improve financial systems and services for individual clinic units; providing fiscal program and provider productivity reports; understanding ICD-9 and CPT codes for coding; responsible for accuracy for charge capture for all clinic services; understanding all billing aspects from Medi-Cal, Medicare and all commercial insurance requirements; working with third party billing agencies as applicable to maintain the highest level of revenues and receivables; assuring that systems support seamless interface with acute and diagnostic services as patients move through Health Department or NMC services and systems of care.
    • Provide excellent customer services, assuring that customer service standards are consistently met or exceeded; conducting on-going patient and provider satisfaction surveys to measure and report performance; providing results to staff; identifying opportunities to improve services and take corrective actions accordingly; maintaining data and providing reports; responding promptly to resolve any patient complaints.
    • Develop, recommend, implement and interpret new or revised policies, standards and procedures; monitor policies and procedures for compliance with Title 22 regulations and The Joint Commission standards.


    Minimum Qualifications:

    Any combination of training, education and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities and required conditions of employment listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: 

    Education:  Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration, Public Administration, Business Administration or other related field.

    Experience: Two years of experience in the Finance Department and/or Operations/Support Division of an acute care hospital.


    Thorough Knowledge of:

    • Principles and practices of outpatient service delivery systems of care
    • Principles and methods of management organization, budgeting and staffing applicable to health care programs
    • Applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations such as Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations and The Joint Commission guidelines, as they may apply to an outpatient clinic; safety and infection control practices and licensing requirements
    • Principles and practices of revenue cycle including authorizations, coding, billing and collections


    For application materials, apply to: Natividad, HR, 1441 Constitution Blvd., Bldg. #300, Salinas, CA 93906, or apply online at

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    Posted 11-10-22

    Finance Manager

    Central Coast Orthopedics is looking for an experienced Finance Manager who can create a positive and productive work environment while exhibiting high integrity and honesty. Promote quality, and demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness. This position will report to the Practice Administrator/CEO.

    This position will oversee the group's accounting and annual reporting. Working with the CEO, developing and managing yearly and monthly budget processes. Provide oversight of the practices of accounts receivable and billing functions. In addition, management and oversight of the accounting department that supports payroll, cash flow management, credentialing and providing information to the tax accountant.

    The Finance Manager will supervise the support accounting team, who manages credentialing, accounts payable, deposits, and bank reconciliations. The position is also the primary contact and responsible for oversight of outsourced billing. This position will prepare ad-hoc reports and analyses, monitor real estate loans, present financials to the group's Partners, and be the go-to person for all things finance related.

    We are a physician-owned medical group, leaders in our community offering quality orthopedic care with three offices on the beautiful Central Coast of California.


    • Education Level: Degree in Accounting
    • 5+ years of experience
    • Advanced knowledge of Quickbooks and Excel
    • Medical Practice Billing experience.
    • Ability to manage and develop budgets, System KPIs, and Controls


    • Vacation and Sick Time Benefits
    • Paid Holidays
    • 401K with a significant Employer contribution, better than a match
    • Cash Balance Plan with Employer contribution
    • Medical, Dental, and Vision Options for Employees and their dependents


    Depending on Experience

    To apply – Email CV and Cover Letter to

    Posted 11-10-22

    Office Manager and Team Lead




    We are in search of an Practice Manager and Team Builder for a client of ours in San Francisco. This is a Full-Time, on-site role with a private medical practice. 


    The successful candidate will be an extremely personable, experienced medical office manager who has a sharp mind, top-notch management and team-building skills, technology savvy, detail orientation, and the ability to communicate and connect with patients and staff on a human level.


    • The position is a leadership role in a concierge medical practice with opportunities for growth, career development, and job satisfaction.
    • Plan, direct and monitor all practice operations to achieve excellence in the delivery of patient care while creating a positive and cohesive working environment in close collaboration with the medical director.
    • Act as the liaison between the owner/medical director, clinical staff, admin staff, referral sources, and the patients.
    • Train and manage the staff to work as a cohesive team with an effective delegation of roles and responsibilities and a system of accountability and support.
    • Collaborate with our human resources and staffing consultants, and the medical director, to recruit, hire, onboard, manage performance evaluations and structured feedback, and (rarely) termination for administrative and clinical staff.
    • Take an active role in the telephone, online, and in-person front-line service of patients and vendors to maintain close involvement with the team’s optimal performance and model a high concierge customer service level.
    • Work with the medical director and consultants to implement quantifiable goals & metrics for staff performance, budgets and finances, marketing, practice model improvement, and referral development. Simultaneously drive each agenda forward while providing timely reports.
    • Maintain situational awareness of all aspects of the business and keep the physicians apprised of the practice's performance and areas of risk.



    • BA/BS is required.
    • Requires a minimum of 3 years of medical or dental office people management experience and five years of experience in health care settings.
    • Deep working knowledge of medical terminology and medical practice with a commitment to lifelong learning.
    • Leadership: Ability to establish and maintain a cooperative, motivational and supportive working relationship with the entire team: physicians, other licensed providers, and administrative staff.
    • Ability to lead by example, demonstrating professionalism, punctuality, communication skills, integrity, attention to detail, and initiative.
    • Systems thinking. Take a continuous improvement mindset and help design, document, implement, and maintain systems that keep our practice running smoothly despite changes.
    • Quick, nimble problem-solving. The ability to learn new things and readiness to pivot in new directions in response to changing situations.
    • Ability to prioritize, delegate effectively, and ensure the completion of tasks and projects while elevating relationships.
    • Work with our human resources and compliance consultants to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and laws.
    • Excellent telephone skills, sales and customer service skills, and the ability to train our staff to a high level of performance.
    • Ability to optimize the budget, accounts receivable, and accounts payable in concert with our bookkeeper, accountant, and owner/medical director.
    • Must be interested in, non-judgmental about, and comfortable serving medical patients and people whose issues include mental health or addiction.
    • Able to protect the confidentiality of patients and practice information at all times while implementing privacy practices to the standard required by HIPAA, CMIA, and 42 CFR part 2.
    • Extremely agile with technology. Fluent in Mac OSX, able to pick up new systems quickly, including Google Workspace, email ticketing systems such as Zendesk, electronic medical records, and other cloud-based systems.

    Apply to:

    Posted 8-24-22 

    Medical Practice Manager – San Francisco, CA

    Outstanding opportunity to work one-on-one with an Ivy-League trained, board-certified plastic surgeon in the heart of San Francisco. This position offers competitive compensation, great benefits, and plenty of opportunities for professional and personal growth. As the business grows, so too will this position with the ultimate goal of becoming the Business Manager and overseeing all aspects of the organization. Initially, the Practice Manager position will be involved all aspects of the surgical practice including revamping the existing practice, daily patient interfacing, financial management and planning, scheduling, compliance with state and local regulations, and outsourcing of various administrative tasks as appropriate.

    As clinic operations are dialed in, attention and focus will be given to development of the physician’s visions and goals for expansion with the addition of a medical spa and holistic wellness center. The Practice Manager will engage in strategic planning and financial management alongside the physician to ensure the overall success and viability of the business. Compensation for this position will include a bonus based on the annual growth of the business.

    This position offers a competitive base salary in line with current market standards, as well as 401k matching, health, dental, and vision plan options. This is an exempt position that will be structured with annual paid vacation and holidays.

    Candidates must have a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in healthcare management and/or business development and a Bachelor’s degree in business, project management, communications, or an equivalent field. Email your CV and cover letter to for consideration.

    Additional requirements include being presently located in or a willingness to relocate to the San Francisco Bay Area. All employees will be required to meet the Covid-19 vaccination requirements for healthcare workers as per the CDC guidelines.

    Posted 8-22-22

    Practice Manager 

    We are looking for an innovative and dynamic leader to serve as our Practice Manager for our San Francisco OB-GYN group practice. 

    The ideal candidate will be a positive and motivated individual who will continuously improve practice and patient care standards. Job requirements include a strong financial background with previous experience in physician office billing systems, accounts payable, general ledger, and budgeting. In-depth knowledge of practice operations, marketing, compliance, personnel management, workplace safety, and other regulatory issues pertaining to a medical practice. 


    • A minimum of 5 years physician practice management experience. 
    • A bachelor's degree in health administration, business administration, or a related field required. 
    • Must be able to multi-task in a fast paced environment and work well with a team while proving excellent customer service. 
    • Actively develops employees and sets clear expectations in order to build a high performing team. 
    • Maintains open lines of communication and positive working relationships with staff, physicians and key system partners. 
    • Oversees and directs all day to day practice operations including staffing, patient throughput, supply levels, and various operational and/or general maintenance issues that might arise. 
    • Knowledge of EPIC preferred. 

    All interested candidates, please email your resume and cover letter to: 

    Posted 7-23-22

    Office Manager - 

    Northern California Retina Vitreous Associates

    (San Mateo & Daly City)

    Stable, private practice,  6 location, top notch 7 physician, retina surgery practice, established in 1983, is seeking an experienced manager to help run the day-to-day operations of two of our locations, San Mateo and Daly City. As a medical office manager, you should demonstrate excellent people skills, organizational skills, problem solving skills, work independently but collaboratively, and show initiative towards tasks and responsibilities. We strive to provide patients with the best experience and care in an environment fulfilling to our team members. As part of our management team, it will be your responsibility to carry out this mission as best as possible.


    • Manage operations and staff at two locations
    • Troubleshoot/problem solve issues liaison with management
    • Hire and train employees according to established guidelines
    • Monitor, coach, develop and evaluate performance of staff on an ongoing basis in accordance with applicable performance standards
    • Develop and maintain policy and procedures; ensure staff are able to meet and exceed standards and metrics for success
    • Monitor patient service feedback and contribute to the process of resolving complaints and service issues
    • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other supervisors, managers, and physicians 
    • Plans evaluate, recommend and implement new initiatives when appropriate.
    • Ensure compliance with CDC.OSHA and HIPAA and other applicable rules and regulations
    • Ensure service standards and mission of NCRVA are met and exceeded 
    • Manage office supplies, service needs

    • Excellent people management, organizational and time-management skill
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects and responsibilities
    • A strong problem solver 
    • Demonstrate ability to manage multiple priorities.
    • Communicates effectively and has strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals
    • Demonstratable “servant leader” management style
    • Savvy with computer programs (Microsoft products ( Excel, Outlook, Teams), EMR/PM systems)

    Additional Information:
    • An associates or bachelor’s degree is preferred or at least 4 years of office management experience, preferably but not necessarily in a medical environment.
    • Experience should include a minimum of 2 years of oversight of 10 or more staff
    • Full-time 40 hour/week
    • Benefits to include Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Retirement Plan with match and paid vacation/sick leave.

    Resume to or fax(415)764-4802  NO RECRUITERS.  Do not contact practice directly or you will not be considered. 

    Front Desk Coordinator

      For a World-Renowned Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine Clinic


      We are seeking a skilled and reliable full-time Front Desk Coordinator to join our private sports medicine clinic located in the Marina District of San Francisco. Come join the office of a world renowned solo orthopaedic surgeon with his highly motivated patients and compassionate staff!  For information on our clinic, please visit our website at

      Benefits:  Competitive Pay commensurate with experience; 100% medical, dental, vision insurance premiums paid by The Stone Clinic; PTO; Paid Holidays; Retirement Plan and more!

      Our Ideal Candidate:  
      • Thrives in a fast-paced environment and provides first-class care to our patients
      • Enjoys a position of responsibility, independence and teamwork
      • Carries a positive and welcoming demeanor; presents a professional image of the clinic
      • Is a self-starter and prepares to make the extra effort to provide outstanding patient care
      • Works with a world-renowned surgeon, Dr. Kevin Stone; watch his TED talk:


        • Excellent patient relationship care
        • Proficiency in MS Office Suite
        • Highly dependable with excellent verbal/written communication skills
        • Team player with strong interpersonal skills
        • Exceptionally detail-oriented and well-organized
        • Flexible, responsible and self-motivated
        • Ability to plan, make, and execute decisions
        • Ability to interact well with co-workers and patients
        • EMR/EHR experience preferred (Athena Health, etc.)
        • Long-term commitment
        • Detail-oriented

        Benefits:  Competitive Pay commensurate with experience; 100% medical, dental, vision insurance premiums paid by The Stone Clinic; PTO; Paid Holidays; Retirement Plan and more! 

        To Apply:

        To respond to this opportunity, please email your cover letter and resume to:; please put “Front Desk Coordinator” in the subject line.

        Posted 6-28-22

        Patient Coordinator

        World Renowned San Francisco Private Orthopaedic Surgery/Sports Medicine Clinic

        We are seeking an employee who is warm and caring and wants to help people obtain outstanding orthopaedic sports medicine care. Join our team!

        Benefits: Competitive Pay commensurate with experience; 100% medical, dental, vision insurance premiums paid by The Stone Clinic; PTO; Paid Holidays; Retirement Plan and more!

        Are you interested in?

        • Being an integral part of an inspired and compassionate team

        • Making a difference in people’s lives

        • Gaining exposure to cutting-edge procedures and orthopaedic research

        • Working with a progressive surgeon:

        • Watch TED talk:

        • Check out Play Forever book:

        • Learn more about us at:

        Who we are:

        Located in San Francisco’s Marina District, The Stone Clinic is unlike most other orthopaedic clinics. In our biologic method, we preserve as much of the natural biology of the joint as possible, regenerating and rebuilding with donor tissue. In this new “anabolic era” of joint repair, we can stimulate and augment the body’s own natural healing response. We specialize in knee, shoulder and ankle orthopaedic injuries as well as arthritis with novel work in biologics (meniscus cartilage replacement, articular cartilage paste grafting, ACL, rotator cuff, ankle Achilles, arthritis and ligament injuries) as well as a robotics program focused on partial and total knee replacements. A patient told us: “Eleven years later and I’m very active. I bike 100 – 150 miles a week; I surf, play golf and snowboard. I’ve enjoyed having an active life back.”

        To Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume to us at:; please put "Patient Coordinator " in the subject line.

        Posted 6-28-22

        Practice Manager - Irvine

        MemorialCare Medical Foundation

        Position Summary: The Medical Practice Manager oversees the daily operation of a Primary Care, Specialty Medicine and/or Urgent Care practice contracted for MSO Services. The Practice Manager is expected to adequately staff, train and manage the practice’s employees. In addition, this position is required to provide budgetary oversight, physician communication, high patient satisfaction levels and maintain employee morale. This position will work collaboratively with practice physicians and directly with the Director of PM Operations for continual improvement and client satisfaction.

        Principle Duties & Responsibilities:

        1. Ensures practice maintains business, property, legal, health plan and regulatory agency requirements for medical office operations.

        2. Fosters an environment that maximizes employee engagement and communication.

        3. In partnership with the Site Medical Director or the practice’s lead Physician, promotes practice goals and expectations while supporting the team.

        4. Establishes and manages annual budget using financial indicators to ensure optimal ongoing business operations, including coding and billing compliance.

        5. Manages performance of staff including hiring, performance reviews, coaching, and disciplinary actions.

        6. Assures that all staff is working within their certifications, licensures, and scope of practice.

        7. Resolves and improves patient relations issues efficiently and timely. Coaches and trains staff to handle customer service complaints to ensure a Simply Better experience. Documents, reviews and submits interactions as appropriate.

        8. Pursues a program of self-development to remain current with information that may affect job, staff, and/or operations.

        9. Participates in special projects as assigned.

        10. Collaborates with all departments to coordinate patient care in conjunction with providers and supporting team.

        11. Engages the help of staff to continually investigate ways to improve work procedures/policies and processes.

        12. Identifies and leads improvement opportunities, implementation of countermeasures and escalates to appropriate leadership as needed.

        13. Maintains working knowledge of roles supervised and assist as necessary.

        14. Performs any additional or miscellaneous duties as requested by the management team within the scope of knowledge and ability.

        • Three (3) year minimum experience managing/supervising in a medical office setting preferred.
        • Experience with Human Resource management preferred.
        • Working knowledge of EMR/EPM Systems (NextGen preferred).
        • Proficient in office efficiency concepts and protocols.
        • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
        • Proven ability to interface with all levels, i.e., physicians, patients, and co-workers.
        • Familiarity with medical office clinical issues (OSHA, CLIA, etc.).
        • Extensive knowledge of medical terminology, insurance and billing.
        • BA/BS in Business or other related field (e.g. Marketing, Finance, Medical Field, Human Resources, etc.) preferred.
        • Current BLS for Healthcare Provider (as applicable).

        Apply to/at: 

        Posted 6-10-22

        Practice Manager

        With Central California Faculty Medical Group (CCFMG), you are joining an organization that places you at the forefront of health care innovation! CCFMG supports the physicians affiliated with UCSF Fresno to help make medical education happen in California’s Central Valley. Our University Women’s Specialty Center is currently seeking a Practice Manager.

        University Women's Specialty Center is a comprehensive women's medical practice that specializes in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Prenatal Diagnostics and Diabetes in Pregnancy. We are one of the most technologically advanced facilities in the Central Valley and provide treatment for some of the most complex, high-risk pregnancy cases in the region.

        The Manager will oversee the day to day management of staff and office operations to ensure a productive and patient-centered environment including but not limited to: budgeting, human resources, space planning, training, and ensuring that sites meet their annual operational and budget goals.


        • High School diploma or equivalent. Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in health or business administration preferred.
        • Minimum three years’ experience as Office Manager in a physician office or similar healthcare setting.
        • Previous supervisory experience required.

        For full details and to apply, please visit:

        Posted 5-9-22

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