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            • Vice President Operations, Ambulatory Division

              • Executive Search firm, Avoca Search, is proud to partner with NorthBay HealthCare in their search for a dynamic operations leader for the role of Vice President Operations, Ambulatory Division located in Solano County. This VP has operations leadership responsibilities for NorthBay Medical Group (NBHG) and the service lines within the Ambulatory Division. The VP reports to the President for the NBHG Ambulatory Division and has overall strategic goals to exceed standards for quality, safety, access, and financial performance for the division.

                Ideal candidates for this position will have a minimum of seven to ten years’ experience in physician practice management as an executive or in a senior level position and a master’s degree in business or health-related field.

                In addition, ideal candidates will be:

                • A highly personable, approachable, and collaborative individual who can promote and maintain momentum and enthusiasm to drive quality, performance improvement, patient safety, and service excellence.
                • An inclusive leader with outstanding interpersonal skills who empowers, motivates, and challenges staff, while also holding them accountable; a team player who has an open and non-competitive leadership style that promotes partnerships and builds trust and strong relationships.
                • An excellent written and verbal communicator, who can listen effectively, be open to the ideas of others, present data and translate complex issues into comprehensible ideas in a concise and easily understood manner.
                • An individual with unquestioned integrity who can build trusting relationships across the organization.
                • An inspiring leader who can mentor and help grow aspiring leaders and provide appropriate actionable feedback, when necessary.
                • A consensus builder with superb facilitation skills, a team player who is collaborative and collegial, and a person of the highest level of integrity.
                • Passionate about efficient, safe, effective, cross-disciplinary clinical care and coordination of services.
                • A system thinker, who can quickly connect dots and implement initiatives across multiple service areas with proven creative problem-solving skills and the willingness to take the initiative in leading and managing.

              Solana County is a close-knit, family-centered community centrally located between Sacramento and San Francisco and close to the beauty of Napa Valley, Sierra Nevada and the Bay Area. 

              If you have interest in this position or a confidential recommendation, please contact Kim Ratier with Avoca Search at

              Posted 8-19-21

              Dermatology Practice Manager


              Two physician dermatology practice in beautiful Marin County seeks a practice manager to focus on operations, personnel, and oversight on billing/finances.  The practice performs medical dermatology, cancer screening, cosmetic dermatology and laser treatments. 

              This position can be either full time or three quarters time with some flexibility with days/time.  

              Responsibilities include:

              • Understanding of both front and back office and ability to implement operations improvements.
              • Strong leadership, motivation, setting office values and knowledge of California Labor laws.
              • Ability to grow the practice and market services to patients and the referral community.
              • Knowledge and experience with Electronic Medical Records to help train staff.
              • Oversight of billing to achieve excellent accounts receivable performance.
              • Qualifications include:
              • 3+ years of management of medical office, ideally in dermatology, plastic or cosmetic surgery, or medical spa specialties
              • Positive “can do” attitude to role model for staff
              • Superlative customer service skills
              • Initiative to recommend improvements in operations
              • MS Office knowledge

              Send resume to or fax to (415)764-4802

              Posted 8-2-21


              Pediatric Management Group/Children’s Hospital Los Angles Medical Group (Los Angeles, CA)

              Pediatric Management Group/Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Medical Group is seeking a skilled Chief Financial Officer with exceptional communication and analytical skills to lead all financial affairs for the organization including oversight of the Decision Support Services and Revenue Cycle Departments.. Pediatric Management Group, LLC (PMG), is a physician practice management company that provides billing, collecting, contracting, practice development, and management services to its physician clients. With 111 employees and an annual budget of $20 million, PMG collects more than $150 million annually for their physician clients. CHLA Medical Group (CHLAMG), a 501(c)(3) and the principal owner of PMG, is the largest pediatric group in the country with 540 members covering more than thirty sub-specialties based primarily at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, one of the nation’s leading children’s hospitals.

              Reporting to the CEO of PMG/CHLAMG, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the organization’s financial plans and policies, accounting practices, relationships with lending institutions, the maintenance of fiscal records, the preparation of financial reports, revenue cycle reporting and analysis, business planning, acquisition/expansion analysis, and all aspects of the office administration including information services and technology office operations, office lease, and equipment leases. Preferred candidates will have proven financial leadership experience gained through increasingly responsible management positions within complex health care organizations with annual revenue of over $50 million. Knowledge of accounting theory, principles, and practices to identify and describe accounting systems and subsystems is required. Experience overseeing accounts, budgeting, cost accounting, credit and collections, and finance is essential. A thorough knowledge of computer systems and applications such as SAGE Intacct, Microsoft Excel and Word is required. The CFO will be skilled in exercising initiative, judgment, problem-solving, and decision-making. The ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with medical, administrative staff, and physicians is imperative. An undergraduate degree is required, ideally in Accounting or Finance. A CPA and/or MBA is strongly preferred. The annual base salary for the role begins at $250,000 with a competitive benefits package.

              PMG/CHLAMG has retained Morris & Berger to conduct the CFO search. To view the full position description, please visit To apply, please submit application, including resume and a letter of interest, in confidence to Morris & Berger through their website:  

              Posted 6-25-21

              Office Manager

              Marin Cancer Care

              Greenbrae, CA


              Join the premier cancer care practice of 10 physicians in Marin County which is known for its beautiful scenery, lifestyle, culture and proximity to San Francisco. The practice provides state of the art compassionate, integrative medical care including hematology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and research studies.

              This position reports directly to the CEO. Overall responsibilities are to manage the daily operations to ensure efficient workflow, staffing and a compassionate, superlative customer care experience.

              There is low staff turnover in this group due to the physicians’ commitment to the staff, excellent benefits and family team atmosphere.

              Responsibilities: Supervision of front office reception, scheduling, medical records, medical assistants (non-RN) and other personnel as assigned including conducting performance reviews of these staff. Maintain smooth work-flow to optimize scheduling, provide staff training and encourage continuing education, development of office policies and procedures, ensure supplies, equipment, infection control and cleanliness are in effect, ensure insurance eligibility and authorizations are obtained in advance of services, maintain compliance with OSHA, HIPAA, California Labor Law, Medicare and other regulations, liaison with business office to ensure co-pays, coinsurance and deductibles are collected, and other duties as assigned.

              Requirements: At least five years medical group management with staff supervision of 5 + staff with size of physician group greater than two MDs, strong proficiency of MS Office programs, superior oral and written skills, ability to create a team-oriented environment and work effectively with all departments, strong organizational skills with excellent follow through on tasks assigned, and initiative to problem solve solutions.

              Preferred Qualifications: : Oncology experience a plus. Experience with Mosaic, Epic or other EMRs, Understanding of oncology or infusion billing, BS in healthcare administration or comparable on the job experience.

              Please do not apply if you do not have medical group management experience.

              Salary Range: TBD and depending on experience - Excellent benefits including 401K with profit sharing.

              Resumes to: or fax (415) 764-4802. DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE DIRECTLY. Any applicants or recruiters that do, will be disregarded.

              Posted 6-17-21 

              Director of Nursing/Infusion Services

              Marin Cancer Care

              Greenbrae, CA


              Join the premier cancer care practice of 10 physicians in Marin County which is known for its beautiful scenery, lifestyle, culture and proximity to San Francisco. The practice provides state of the art compassionate, integrative medical care including hematology, medical oncology, radiation oncology and research studies. Directly responsible for the infusion center which provides services to up to 20 patients per weekday.

              This position reports jointly to the CEO and physicians. There is low staff turnover in this group due to the physicians’ commitment to the staff, excellent benefits and family team atmosphere.

              Responsibilities: Collaboration with physicians and staff to provide superlative care, assists with recruitment of nurses, day to day supervision and oversight of nurses, assures licensing and CE of clinical staff, updates nursing policies and procedures including medication protocols for physician ordered treatments, assessment of patients both in-person and via telephone including nurse advice line, provides patient/family education, ensures medication, solutions, dressings and devices are ordered and are in inventory, risk management compliance, maintain compliance with infection control, OSHA, HIPAA, California Labor Law, Medicare and other regulations, ability to problem solve and take initiative with excellent follow through on tasks assigned, assists physicians with providing patients and families with understanding of patient’s illness and therapy to attain self-management, participation in therapy, optimal living and if inevitable, a peaceful death.

              Requirements: Oncology Nurse Certified plus RN degree of nursing with minimum of five years oncology experience and current CA license, with extensive knowledge of managing chemotherapy infusion, medication management, nurse supervision, care planning and patient care with excellent medical records documentation. Good emotional and physical health.

              Preferred Qualifications: Oncology experience including competence with Lynx machine. Experience with Mosaic, Epic or other EMRs.

              Salary Range: TBD and depending on experience - Excellent benefits including 401K with profit sharing.

              Resumes to: or fax (415) 764-4802. DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE DIRECTLY.  Any applicants or recruiters that do, will be disregarded.

              Posted 6-17-21


              Status: Full Time

              Shift: 1st

              Location: Orange County, CA

              The Director of Operations - OBGYN Clinics is responsible for collaboration, development, implementation and ongoing evaluation of programs/systems that enhance professional practice outcomes within Hoag OC Women's Medical Group. Shares accountability for oversight of education, clinical practice and safety protocols in conjunction with implementation of new standards of care. Role models proactive, values driven working relationships across the organization in an interdisciplinary approach to patient care. Develops effective relationships to lead, role model, collaborate and effectuate change. Participates and guides in the selection and hiring of key clinical positions within Hoag OC Women's Medical Group. Assures overall management and day to day clinical operations, physician relations and State and Federal regulatory compliance and professional practice /scope of practice for the organization, working under the direction of the Vice President.

              Essential Functions:

              • Collaborates and takes direction from the Vice President for clinical processes and competencies, safety and clinical care initiatives to provide consistent practices and standards of care across the organization.
              • Oversees all OBGYN Clinic locations in Orange County, CA and prospective staff including (Regional Manager, Site Supervisors, Mammography, Ultrasound, Lab Services etc.)
              • Works collaboratively to enhance medical practice initiatives working to collect data, initiate methods for improvement and education for process changes involving clinical staff and providers.
              • Demonstrates understanding of fiscal responsibility-monitoring, supporting budget demands.
              • Demonstrates ability to work independently, evaluate, investigate and develop programs/policy and procedures for the enhancement of Hoag OC Women' Medical Group.
              • Continually assesses compliance and makes recommendations regarding current policies, procedures, standards of care, education and safety practices so that consistency is maintained within Hoag OC Women's Medical Group. Promotes excellence in patient care/safety consistent with knowledge of NCQA, OSHA and governing regulatory agencies identified by practice standards, skill validation and proficiency of the staff.
              • Conducts regularly scheduled meetings with staff, including NP’s and Midwives, for the distribution of information, training and collaboration.
              • Facilitates/leads clinical competency program, work safety, patient safety, scope of practice compliance and initiates educational opportunities and staff development.
              • Applies broad knowledge and experience to situations/complex issues for continuous improvement.
              • Communicates and interacts effectively with supervisors, managers, directors and administration to assess and develop action plans to enhance clinical process by attending various meetings as appropriate and contributes ideas for improving efficiency, productivity, and patient satisfaction.
              • Builds relationships with staff through interacting frequently to gain understanding of needs and foster individual staff development.
              • Provides staff with standards of performance, job expectations and performance evaluation. Fosters environment of continuous improvement. Provides directions, setting clear expectations, coaching and motivating direct reports in daily administration of their duties.
              • Participates/guides in recruitment, selection, training, discipline, discharge and development of clinical staff as needed. Utilizes Human Resource tools for coaching process.
              • Develops goals and objectives for clinical departments and collaborates with onsite leadership to ensure goal appropriateness.
              • Takes initiative to identify problems within department, analyze and recommend/implement appropriate action.

              Education, Training and Experience


              • 5 years’ experience operational clinic experience of ambulatory care.
              • Bachelor's Degree
              • 3 years’ supervisory/management experience in healthcare, preferably in a multispecialty group practice or medical group management within a large integrated delivery system.
              • Comprehensive knowledge and experience with practice organizations, management of healthcare providers and ambulatory care and acute operations.
              • Proficient in computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.


              • Deep industry knowledge of healthcare services.
              • Bachelor's or Master of Science in Nursing.
              • RN Licensure
              • OBGYN experience
              • 7 years’ experience as a Registered Nurse including both areas of ambulatory care and acute care nursing.
              • Proficient in all MS Office applications.

              Skills or Other Qualifications


              • Demonstrated ability to manage ambulatory care operations and medical practice activities to develop patient-focused teams.
              • Demonstrated Leadership ability.
              • Knowledge of regulatory requirements necessary to maintain current standards of practice within clinical scope of practice and safety programs.
              • Strong skills in business development and negotiation. Demonstrated understanding in fiscal responsibility to include monitoring and supporting budget demands.
              • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. High level of customer service skills with a genuine caring approach to helping people.
              • Strong organizational and documentation skills, as well as effective critical thinking and problem solving skills.

              License and Certification


              • Current BLS certification.


              • Current licensure in good standing as a Registered Nurse in the State of California

              Apply to:

              Posted 6-7-21

              Practice Manager, Costa Mesa - F/T

              LOCATION: Costa Mesa, California

              SCHEDULE: Full-time

              SHIFT: Full-time 

              JOB LISTING: MEM004723

              The Medical Practice Manager oversees the daily operation of an established and growing Pediatric practice.  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, high patient satisfaction levels and maintain employee morale.  This position will report to and work directly with the Director of Operations for continual improvement and growth of the practice.


              • 5+ years of medical practice management.
              • 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.
              • High School graduate or equivalent.
              • Advance degree or comparable work experience required.

              Apply to/at:

              Posted 4-21-21



              Los Gatos, California

              Packard Children’s Health Alliance (PCHA) is a network associated with Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and the Stanford School of Medicine. We bring the best community physicians together in a network that provides healthcare for children and expectant mothers from the Bay Area.


              In fact, we’re proud to be the only Bay Area medical network with an exclusive focus on women and children, and we understand the unique value provided by our more than 650 leading pediatricians and obstetrician/gynecologists. What’s more, we’re growing fast.


              The Practice Manager II will have responsibility for the overall operations, growth, development and success of designated medical practices, including service experience, scheduling, operations, finance, billing, EMR, human resources, physician organization and communication, efficiency and profitability improvements, strategic planning, practice management, and development/marketing. The Practice Manager will work closely with the COO, Regional Executive Director, Physicians and Site Managers (where applicable) to implement all practice goals. This is a high visibility position, with frequent interactions with the general public, patients, physicians, and staff, and as such, serves as a general information resource and ambassador to all.


              Essential Functions

              • Working with Stanford Children’s Health and LPCH staff, provides operational oversight at all designated clinical locations.
              • Partners with Stanford Children’s Health Administration to develop strategic, financial and tactical plans and objectives for the practices; meets agreed upon results, and retains the organization required to meet outlined objectives and provides regular and ad hoc reporting related to clinical locations’ performance.
              • Provides timely reporting status of Standard Work to include Patient Satisfaction Scores, open encounters, work queues, front end edits, budget, variance, EPIC dash board, no show rates, visits, P-Card, website (group/reviews) and referrals.
              • Ensures that all Stanford Children’s Health, LPCH, regulatory agency, quality policies and requirements are met.
              • Plans and integrates clinical locations in support of Stanford Children’s Health or LPCH goals and provides effective, thoughtful leadership in the successful growth of the network.
              • Assists with onboarding of new physicians and allied health professionals into the practice.
              • Collaborates with the Site Manager to ensure the effective recruitment, hiring and management of staff for all clinical locations; monitors annual workforce staffing plans, delegates and coordinates tasks in order to maintain a system which assures effective, quality patient service, including coverage in service gaps.
              • Actively and constructively participates in Stanford Children’s Health Leadership Teams and other interdepartmental meetings to assure smooth workflow across departments.
              • Develops and monitors budget for controlling operational and capital expenses.
              • Assesses access for patient flow and analyzes needs for the practice to assure quality patient care.
              • Works with Marketing team on business development for clinical locations, including but not limited to, outreach efforts/networking with community providers, public relations, marketing strategy development, website enhancements and advertising.
              • Partners closely with the physicians and allied health professionals, including efficient communication to develop protocol and assure practice needs are being met.
              • Responds and analyzes patient complaints, identifies trends, and spearheads resolutions across Stanford Children’s Health or LPCH clinical locations.   
              • Coordinates and implements space planning and construction or other large scale special projects. 
              • In coordination with Site Manager, orders clinical, office and stationary supplies, arranges for maintenance, repair, smooth functioning, purchase of new equipment for physicians and staff, including workstations, business and medical equipment at the office, including, copiers, fax, phones, ultrasound, EKG machines, etc. 
              • Implements and adheres fully to Stanford Children’s Health or LPCH policies governing voicemail, HIPAA and network access as well as those protecting the privacy of patients.
              • Employees must abide by all Stanford Children’s Health or LPCH guidelines, including but not limited to, sensitivity to cultural diversity, patient care, patients’ rights and ethical treatment, safety and security of physical environments, emergency management, teamwork, respect for others, participation in ongoing education and training, communication and adherence to safety and quality programs, sustaining compliance with Stanford Children’s Health policies, and licensure and health screenings.
              • Employees may also perform other duties as assigned and/or operationally may be required to cover other sites as requested by the COO and other Practice Managers. 


              Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities as well as possession of any required licenses or certifications is qualifying.

              • Education:  High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.
              • Experience:  Minimum 3 years’ experience in health care, business management, clinical services, or related field; equivalent combination of education and/or work experience acceptable.

              Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

              • Understanding of medical clinic operations, compliance, and quality requirements related to provision of health care services.
              • Ability to contribute to health care policy formulation when working in partnership with a multidisciplinary team of health care providers.
              • Ability to operate collaboratively across all functions and levels in the Medical Group, Stanford Children’s Health, Stanford community and externally.
              • Demonstrated success working with physicians in existing relationships and developing new relationships required.
              • Must have highly developed leadership abilities and a reputation for entrepreneurial spirit
              • Also requires strong communication skills and experience/knowledge in financial management and the latest process improvement tools


              To find out more about how you can make an impact on our growing organization, please apply here. Equal Opportunity Employer

              Posted 4-15-21


              San Diego based and locally owned private orthopedic and surgical practice. We are looking for an experienced Medical Office Manager - Administrator. This is a full-time permanent position. We have 13 Providers.

              We have an in house Human Resource Manager. We do our billing in house.


              • Manage and motivate staff and arrange schedules

              • Train and Manage department Managers / Team Leads

              • Monitor A/R and produce weekly and monthly reports

              • Coordinate with Bookkeeper weekly and monitor office expenses

              • Maintenance of office space, equipment and supplies

              • Liaison with patients for any complaint / concerns

              • Manage contracts and credentialing

              • Other duties and special projects may be assigned


              • Strong proven recent work experience as a Medical Office Manager in a private practice setting

              • Strong computer skills with ability to produce detailed financial reports using medical software

              • Knowledge and experience with Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

              • Knowledge of medical insurance billing and revenue cycle oversight

              • Ability to be proactive with policy, procedures and compliance

              The pay rate is $90 - 110,000.00 per year and negotiable based on experience. Health insurance, paid vacation and holidays. 401K with matching

              Our commitment to you

              Plaza Personnel Service specializes in direct hire medical staffing for Physician offices throughout San Diego, CA. Our goal is to make a great long term match with the employer and employee. We will listen and understand your experience, your goals and your needs. We make every effort to match the candidate with the employer so that a long and happy working relationship results.

              This opportunity is offered through Plaza Personnel Service, a permanent placement employment agency. Plaza Personnel has specialized in direct hire medical staffing for Doctor’s offices in the San Diego area since 1991. Please visit our website at

              For other opportunities offered by Plaza Personnel Service as well as articles of interest please visit our blog at Plaza Personnel Service Blog and check back from time to time.

              Do you have a favorite social media site? Plaza Personnel Service is on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Google. Check us out and see why others are happy with our services. 

              Apply to: Susan Duva at

              Posted 4-12-21

              Clinic Director

              Family Medical Center - Walla Walla, Washington

              Employment durationFull time

              Exempt StatusExempt

              This position is located in Walla Walla, WA. We're interested in all qualified candidates, including those outside the area who are open to relocating to Walla Walla. Relocation assistance is available.

              Are you a healthcare administrator that wants to make an impact in your community? Do you have operational experience in a healthcare setting? Do you have a knack for building and maintaining strong positive relationships with the community, co-workers, and leadership? If you answered Yes to these questions, we have an excellent opportunity for you in Walla Walla, WA!

              What we're looking for:

              • A Leader who exemplifies excellent customer relations with all patients, visitors, and staff.
              • A Good Communicator who can cultivate and maintain positive relationships between management and providers.
              • A Seasoned Administrator that can set standards, facilitate change and instill compassionate accountability at all levels.
              • A Collaborator who can partner with local healthcare leaders to develop a coordinated delivery system within the clinic community.
              • A Great Teammate that values patient-focused care and can pitch-in to support staff when needed.

              What you'll do:

              • Efficiently lead all aspects of clinic operations, in accordance with organization policies and procedures.
              • Handle and report all budget, staffing and operational needs to senior leadership.
              • Oversees and conducts personnel management activities to include: staffing, performance reviews, interviewing, disciplinary actions and timesheet approvals.
              • Manage productivity and financial budgets, ensuring patient satisfaction targets are met.
              • Ensure effective communication of relevant operational information to all clinic employees.

              What we offer:

              • Relocation assistance
              • Generous paid time off
              • Excellent healthcare + benefits options

              Minimum Qualifications:

              • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or related field required.
              • Experience: Minimum of 5 years of supervisory or leadership experience in a healthcare environment; with a Master's degree minimum experience required is 3 years
              • Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Current driver's license and proof of automobile liability insurance coverage.
              • Knowledge/Skills/Ability Required: Knowledge of Washington States Basic Health Plan; knowledge of YVFWC and the services offered; knowledge of Community and Migrant Health Centers and Primary Health Care services; knowledge of medical/dental office operations preferred; ability to speak English/Spanish preferred and skills with computers preferred.

              About YVFWC

              We serve more than 181,000 patients across 25 medical clinics, 14 dental clinics, 10 pharmacies, and 64 program sites in two states. We are Level 3 Certified as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). With integrated services including medical, dental, pharmacy, orthodontia, primary care nutritional counseling, autism screening, and primary care behavioral health, YVFWC's patient-centered model of care offers patients the full spectrum of care and shelter assistance, energy assistance, weatherization, HIV and AIDS counseling and testing, home visits, and four mobile medical/dental clinics.

              Working at YVFWC

              Working in our organization means being the passionate champion for those who have no voice. It means having the opportunity to work with underserved populations and with peers committed to the same work.

              At Farm Workers Clinic:

              • We will consistently trust one another to work for the common good.
              • We will foster integrity by demonstrating ethical behavior and insisting on doing what we say we will do.
              • We will demonstrate transparency by being candid and truthful no matter the risk.
              • We will create partnerships to strengthen ourselves and our community.
              • We will fight for just treatment for all individuals.
              • We will let joy in.
              • We have the courage to be an agent of change and refuse anything short of excellence.

              Our mission celebrates diversity. We are committed to equal opportunity employment.

              Apply Here:

              Posted 4-12-21

              Nurse Practitioner

              Basic Information:

              Del Puerto Health Care District has been serving the community since 1949, ensuring that all aspects of the health continuum are considered for the communities of west Stanislaus County. The District's primary mission is to provide the highest quality health care services through Patterson Ambulance and Del Puerto Health Center, while expanding the healthcare availability to the citizens of the Del Puerto Health Care District.

              Job Summary:

              Under indirect supervision, provides independent primary care, with an emphasis on pediatrics, in a variety of clinical settings to a specified population of non-emergency patients. Provides consultation and advice to others as a highly specialized practitioner.

              Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

              • Performs medical examinations and evaluations, diagnosis, treatment, follow-up, consultation, and health education.
              • Obtains patient histories and develop patient care charts, ensuring completeness and accuracy. Provide health education to students, families and/or community health practitioners and groups, within area of specialty.
              • Supervise and/or coordinate the activities of patient care and/or support staff!
              • Administer a specific health care activity as appropriate.
              • May participate in planning programs and/or infection control methods.
              • Maintains Electronic Health records for al patients in a timely manner.
              • Practices within the limits of Standardized Procedures

              Compensation: $129,409-$148,409 Annual Exempt. Full time compensation depending on experience.


              To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

              EDUCATION And/or EXPERIENCE: State of California Nurse Practitioner Furnishing License. Minimum 1-year experience directly related to the Essential Duties

              SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Indirectly supervises Medical Assistants.

              Language Skills:
              • Good verbal and written communication skills. 
              • Bilingual is required.
              • Ability to exercise tact, courtesy and diplomacy when dealing with individuals at any level.


              Eligible employees will receive benefits which include Medical, Dental and Vision, Paid Time Off, Extended Sick Leave , Group Life Insurance, and Retirement Plan with 3% company contribution plus a 50% company match to optional employee contributions of up to 6%.

              All offers of employment are contingent upon passing background, drug, and alcohol screening.

              Applicants must apply (application available at and submit information to:

              Del Puerto Health Care District 875 E Street, P. 0 . Box 187 Patterson CA, 95363

              Phone - (209) 892-8781 FAX (209) 892-3755


              Posted 3-16-21

              Practice Supervisor, Medical Oncology Specialist

              This position is responsible for the daily operations of the clinic. Implements work procedures and standards to improve efficiency and effectiveness in the office. Supervises and trains office and administrative staff, defuses customer service problems, and handles disputes with insurance companies. Provides expertise, leadership, effective communication, staff development and budgetary support.


              1. Supervises the daily office operations and coordinates the work of the office staff. Identifies and assists in resolving operational problems.
              2. Assists in developing and implementing clinic policies and procedures, work plans and objectives for clerical functions.
              3. Assigns, directs and reviews the work of subordinates’ work methods, procedures, work flow and standards for quality and quantity of work.
              4. Provides training and coverage as needed and ensures adequate staffing.
              5. Establishes standards for organizing patient files, work flow, registration process, patient flow and disposition.
              6. Oversees and approves office supply inventory, ensures that mail is opened and processed, and offices are opened and closed according to procedures.
              7. Acts as a problem solving and decision making resource to staff and physicians. Monitors, resolves and improves patient relations issues efficiently and timely. Handles all customer service complaints within the established guidelines and policies.
              8. Supports and upholds established policies, procedures, objectives, quality improvement, safety, environmental and infection control, and codes and requirements of accreditation and regulatory agencies.
              9. Assists in developing budget and manages expenses within areas of accountability and is responsible for meeting budgetary goals and objectives.
              10. Administers the Human Resources processes for employees: participates in the hiring and interviewing process; completes time and attendance; coordinates the performance evaluation process to ensure consistent evaluations within scheduled time frames; performs disciplinary processes in service area and advises the Manager/Director of all final written warnings and terminations.
              11. Performs other duties as assigned.


              • High School Diploma, General Education Development (GED) or Completion of a CMC Approved Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Certificate required
              • Associate's Degree in Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Management, Business Administration or related field preferred
              • 3 years of medical office, including billing and collections experience required
              • Experience working with electronic health record, registration and scheduling systems preferred
              • 1 year of supervisory experience preferred

              Apply to/at:

              Posted 3-9-21

              Practice Manager, Community Medical Oncology Specialists


              As the Practice Manager, you will directly be responsible for overseeing the daily administrative and clinical operations of the complex oncology practice. This practice is made up of 7 Physicians who are responsible for private practice duties as well as reserch and teaching.

              Community is the region’s largest private employer, with over 8,600 employees. You will join a dedicated team of professionals with a fervor for doing good work. If you have passion for improving the health of the Valley and its residents, you can make a difference here at Community Medical Centers.

              Community is expanding its footprint and we want you to join us in our expansion. You will be responsible for staffing and scheduling, managing budgets and payments, organizing records, and ensuring compliance with regulations.


              Your Career at Community | Opportunity. Challenge. Growth.

              You employ the political savvy to collaborate in a large, fast-paced, and ever changing system. You are a strong communicator and are able hold difficult conversations. Your work in this role will help trains office and administrative staff, defuses customer service problems, and handle disputes with insurance companies.

              Contact Recruiter Brittany Aaronian today at if you have any questions.



              • Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Management, Business Administration or related field required


              • 3 years of medical office management, including billing and collections experience required

              • Experience working with electronic health record, registration, and scheduling systems preferred

              Licenses and Certifications

              • CPPM - Certified Physician Practice Manager preferred

              Apply to/at:

              Posted 3-9-21

              Medical Practice Manager

              Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

              San Francisco

              Our San Francisco orthopedic spine surgery practice has an opportunity to help grow the spine, medical/legal and work comp aspects of the practice. The Manager is responsible for overall management of the practice and efficient and effective clinic performance by working closely with the physician and staff.

              Candidate is responsible for human resource management, accounts payable and receivable, operations management, and marketing and patient relations.

              Duties include, but are not limited to:

              • Supervise and support office staff to ensure clinical operations efficiency.
              • Manage accounts payable procedures, including payroll and vendor payments
              • Direct and provide hands-on assistance to the practice's off-site billing staff, including charge and payment audits, reviewing EOBs and charge sheets, and follow-up on the practice's A/R.
              • Hire and supervise staff, conduct performance reviews, and coordinate regular staff meetings.
              • Provide good customer service and promote good customer service among staff.
              • Maintenance and renewal of providers' licenses, hospital privileges, and insurance credentials.
              • Oversee facility and equipment maintenance.


              • Previous management experience in a medical practice required.
              • Knowledge of CMS and California Workers' Compensation coding and billing regulations.
              • QuickBooks experience
              • EMR/MS Office experience
              • Excellent communication, customer service, and interpersonal skills.

              This full-time position offers a competitive employee benefits package, and great team atmosphere.

              Interested candidates should submit cover letter and résumé to:

              Posted 3-3-21

              Dermatology Practice Administrator

              Burlingame, CA


              Join the largest and most prestigious dermatology practice in Burlingame, CA with five physicians and 20+ staff. Medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services are provided. This position reports directly to the physician owners and is a growing practice yet with a “family like” culture.

              Overall responsibilities are to manage all financial, operations, HR and business development functions.

              Skills include:

              • Ability to develop strong team building and motivation of staff to deliver superlative customer service.
              • Knowledge of California labor law and HR policies and procedures essential. Ability to recruit and retain quality employees.
              • Confidence and initiative to increase business development and marketing, and to represent the practice positively in the community.
              • Problem solving, streamlining patient flow and efficiency, and maintaining product inventory systems.
              • Managing the medical practice proactively with cost/benefit analysis, financial benchmarking and strategic planning.
              • Knowledge of healthcare reimbursement, managed care contracting, supervision of revenue cycle and participation in MIPS.
              • Adherence to risk management and OSHA, HIPAA compliance programs.
              • Tech savvy including EHR, MS Office Suite, social media, and website oversight.


              • At least six years medical practice management, ideally in the dermatology or cosmetic surgery arena with strong HR management experience in a healthcare practice.
              • MBA or advanced degree a plus, but not required.


              Clinical Director

              OrthoNorcal, Inc.


              Join an outstanding multi-specialty orthopedic group with state of the art facilities in the Silicon Valley/South Bay area. The group’s mission is to provide the highest level of patient care with care and compassion in a personalized setting.

              The group is looking for a professional, team player, service driven manager. The ideal candidate will have an excellent work ethic, positive attitude, ability to multi-task with attention to detail, be organized, flexible and take initiative to problem solve. Clear, calm and empathic communication with staff, patients and physicians is imperative

              This position oversees all back office clinical staff including Ortho techs, Athletic trainers, Medical assistants, X- ray techs, MRI techs and operations with direct management of 33 staff. Oversight of Advanced Practice Clinicians in conjunction with physicians. The core functions are overseeing staff and operations to maintain optimal delivery of care, efficiency and patient satisfaction.

              The position will be ½ time in Los Gatos and ½ time in Capitola with periodic travel to Watsonville and Morgan Hill offices.

              Essential Job Responsibilities Include:

              • Managing, planning, directing coordinating and supervising the clinical delivery of care
              • Hiring, training, evaluating, motivating and progressive discipline of clinical staff
              • Development and maintenance of clinical policies and procedures and reporting of results
              • Cost benefit analysis, budgeting and recommendations on equipment purchases with coordination with billing for maximum reimbursement for new procedures and equipment
              • Collaborates with administrative staff and physicians to optimize the efficiency and quality of care for inpatient and outpatient services
              • Interaction with integrated health care delivery systems, knowledge of technological innovations, regulatory issues and restructuring of work.
              • Electronic medical records/technology experience

              Excellent salary, health, dental, life, HSA, FSA, 401K and other benefits.

              Minimum: 5 years medical office RN, LVN, X-Ray Tech, Certified Athletic Trainer or Certified Medical Assistant experience with direct staff management. BS, BSN or health administration degree preferred but on the job experience may qualify.

              Recruiters and Candidates - DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE RESUMES to: or FAX 415-764-4802

              Posted 3-3-21

              Medical Assistant/Patient Care Coordinator

              Progressive General Surgical practice is seeking a motivated, patient focused Medical Assistant/Patient Care Coordinator, with a minimum of three years experience in a surgical specialty.

              Duties include scheduling new patient, re-check and post-operative appointments, insurance verification, authorization, and pre certifications. Back office duties include patient intake and input using Electronic Health Records (EHR).

              Additional responsibilities include assisting the surgeon with office procedures, instructing the patient with wound care and or dressing changes, and maintaining a safe, sterile office surgical environment. Great opportunity for the right person!

              Apply to/at: Human Resources -

              Posted 2-23-21

              Revenue Cycle / Office Manager, Dermatology


              Dermatologist Medical Group of North County, one of the premier dermatology practices with three locations across the greater San Diego area, is looking for a Revenue Cycle /Office Manager.

              The primary responsibilities of this position are to oversee activities of administrative staff in Encinitas and Carmel Valley offices, manage practitioners‘ schedules, identify patient reimbursement issues, ensure that claims, denials, and appeals are efficiently processed, resolve billing-related issues, and act as a liaison between the practice and the billing company. The position will also ensure compliance with office policies and procedures and HIPAA standards by all administrative staff.

              Duties and Responsibilities:

              • Responsible for all aspects of staff including recruiting, training, supervision, and the preparation and delivery of performance reviews while creating a positive work environment that maximizes individual and team performance.
              • Identify patient reimbursement issues, ensure that claims, denials, and appeals are efficiently processed, resolve billing-related issues, and act as a liaison between the practice and the billing company.
              • Leads and develops staff by consistently promoting accountability and recognizing performance.
              • Effectively manages work of self and the team.
              • Provides outstanding customer service while being committed to solutions for patients' needs and issue resolutions.
              • Responsible for managing practitioners' schedules.
              • Analyzes and understand all data and reports to adjust for areas where expected results are not being met and to assist with workflow and performance.
              • Collaborates within the department to identify areas of improvement and focus resources to improve overall performance.
              • Ensures compliance with HIPAA standards by all team members.
              • Understands and utilizes data to analyze various metrics to drive continual process improvement and generate revenue.
              • Assists patients with billing questions.
              • Performs other duties as assigned.


              • At least three years of experience as a Revenue Cycle or Medical Office Manager or in a similar role in a Medical or a Physician's office is required. Experience working in a Dermatology office is preferred.
              • Experience supervising Front Office personnel (check-in/out, appointment schedulers, referrals, medical records, insurance & benefits verification) is required. Prior Medical Office Management experience is preferred.
              • Associate Degree or equivalent work experience is required; Bachelor's or Master’s Degree is preferred.


              We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits including paid holidays, PTO, medical/dental/vision/life insurance, 401K/profit-sharing plan, and opportunity for growth.

              To apply or to learn more about the position, please email your resume to

              Posted 2-23-21

              Physician - Associates In Women’s Health Care

              Associates In Women’s Health Care is dedicated to serving women of all ages in Northern California. For over 40 years we have been providing the highest quality medical care to our patients in Roseville, California on the beautiful Sutter Roseville Medical Center campus. We are seeking a full time Physician to join a very active Obstetrics and Gynecologic service with a well-rounded distribution in both obstetrics and gynecology care.

              Candidates must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in OB/GYN and have a California State license. This is the ideal opportunity for a physician to join a well-respected and successful private practice with an enthusiastic approach in providing a high level of quality care in women’s health.

              Our practice has a fully accredited staff of 7 Physicians and 5 Nurse Practitioners, along with full support staff. Associates In Women’s Health Care is a member of Sutter Independent Physicians and Hill Physicians Medical Group and maintain hospital privileges at Sutter Roseville Medical Center and Mercy San Juan Hospital. State of the art office facility and surgery centers along with top-notch hospitals.

              Sutter Roseville Medical Center offers many comprehensive programs and services designed to serve our growing community. We offer acute care for all ages and our facility is a Level II American College of Surgeons verified Trauma Center serving a seven-county region. Our Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is supported by a team of board-certified neonatologists, nurses and specialists with specialty training in the care of critically ill newborns. In 2020, Sutter Roseville Medical Center grew its services with a new 94,800-square-foot expansion. In it, you will find a larger emergency department, new intensive care unit, more cardiac care and a lush healing garden.

              In 2020 Money Magazine named Roseville the #1 place to live in California and ranked # 45 in the United States. Suburban living in an ideal location with San Francisco, Napa, and Lake Tahoe all about an hour drive. Wherever you roam, you will encounter breathtaking views, world class culture and education and a neighborhood to fit every palate.

              We offer a competitive salary with incentive earning potential, full benefit package, flexible office hours, on-call coverage.

              For additional information please contact: Practice Manager, Tanya Moroyoqui (916)782-3310

              Posted 2-23-21

              Director, Revenue Cycle

              Position Details

              Status: Full-Time

              Shifts Per Pay Period: 10

              Shift Length: 8 Hour


              Being the largest private employer in the Central Valley means that people count on us to improve their quality of life. At Community Health Partners, your role as a Director, Revenue Cycle plays an integral part in directly affecting those we serve. Here, you will actively feel and see the impact you have in fulfilling the central purpose of our mission: “to improve the health status of the community”.


              The Director of Revenue Cycle for Community Health Providers (CHP) is responsible for the overall front-end aspects of the CHP billing system and oversees the processes and workflows within the CHP revenue cycle. This position coordinates efforts between multiple entities to ensure proper support and effectiveness of the CHP revenue cycle and is responsible for collaboratively creating and/or sustaining applicable workflows and tools. Acts as a liaison between IS, applicable third party vendors, CHP operations and CHP revenue cycle. Manages relationships with applicable third party vendors and ensures adherence to contract provisions, outcomes, and service levels. In addition, this position is also accountable for the strategic direction and operational effectiveness and efficiency of all activities for accurate revenue/charge flow review thru the system or areas that are manual. This position is responsible for supporting senior management in achieving revenue cycle goals. This is accomplished through optimizing key applications and increasing automation activities to meet current and future business requirements. The ability to proactively and continually work on process and system improvement is essential to be successful in this role.



              • Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business, Management or related field required
              • 5 years of leadership experience in Healthcare Revenue Cycle required
              • Experience in systems training and curricular development required
              • Experience with Epic Resolute Billing Application preferred

              Have questions?

              Contact recruiter Brittany Aaronian today at or Text at 559-231-3259.

              Click HERE to learn more about our awesome benefits offerings as well!

              Apply to/at:

              Posted 2-19-21

              Director of Quality and Patient Safety

              Avoca Search has partnered with University HealthCare Alliance in the beautiful Bay Area, CA in the search for their next Director of Quality and Patient Safety.
              This Director oversees quality policy setting, implementation of quality and patient safety programs, and provider credentialing across both medical groups for University HealthCare Alliance (UHA). The Director will partner with UHA senior leadership to create a culture of patient safety.

              Ideal candidates for this senior leadership role will have the following:

              • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s preferred.
              • RN license in California.
              • Minimum of five (5) years ambulatory quality or other related experience.
              • Minimum of seven (7) years management in a clinical or other healthcare setting.
              • Familiarity with comparative databases and statistical methodology preferred.
              • Process improvement training preferred.
              • Demonstrated ability to implement new programs/projects with focus on continuous process improvement across multiple projects at multiple sites concurrently.
              • Strong communication, organization, collaboration, influencing, teamwork, project and time management skills.
              • UHA is the medical foundation of Stanford Health Care and Stanford Medicine and was born out of the aspiration for Stanford Medicine and local, leading providers to partner together to bring high-quality care to patients within surrounding communities. Together, they are committed to delivering outstanding, leading-edge care to patients. UHA is two medical groups with over 70 clinic locations and over 350 board-certified primary care and specialty care providers located across Bay Area communities.

                Apply to/at:

                Posted 2-19-21

                Part-time Medical Doctor

                The Center for Health and Wellbeing is an integrated medical center looking for a part-time Medical Doctor. We are a dynamic, growing practice, seeking an experienced doctor, licensed in California, who can both see patients and supervise other providers.  If you are looking for a new professional family where your skills will be valued in an upbeat, busy center, keep reading!

                The ideal professional will have the following responsibilities and philosophy:

                • Merge allopathic medicine with holistic health practices, treatments and therapies.
                • Advise patients on disease prevention, nutrition, and lifestyle choices.
                • Provide patients with continuity of care and thorough explanations.
                • Provide clinical supervision of naturopathic doctors and/or other alternative providers.

                We value our employees and are looking for someone who is seeking a long-term home where he/she can contribute and grow with us in a collaborative environment.  

                If this sounds appealing to you, please send a cover letter and resume to

                Posted 2-18-21

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