Clinic Manager (Bullhead City, AZ)

North Country Healthcare Bullhead City , AZ 86442

Posted 4 weeks ago

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION

The Clinic Manager is responsible for the successful operation of the clinic and the management its personnel. The person is a big picture thinker who is able to adjust to a variety of changes and challenges in a fast paced environment. Conscientious of deadlines and company policies and procedures, this leader maintains open lines of communication with patients and employees.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Tasked to encourage teamwork and cooperation between all employees.

  • Contribute to the training and proficiencies of assigned personnel.

  • Encourages and supports company outreach programs.

  • Promotes a high level of customer service to our patients.

  • Ability to work closely with front and back office operations to identify and implement processes for improvement.

  • Understands, implements, and enforces company policies and procedures and works with team members to ensure compliance.

  • Accountable for direct oversight of all sliding fee scale processes to include training, daily review of compliance, and the annual passing of the external audit.

  • Oversight of employee's schedules to ensure appropriate coverage during hours of operation.

  • Coordinate the training of personnel to efficiently fulfill their responsibilities.

  • Identify clinic work flow improvement opportunities and provide recommendations.

  • Responsible for the development and oversight of the department or clinics budget.

  • Supervise the ordering of supplies (medical and office) for the clinic.

  • Responsible for oversight of the clinics human resource needs.

  • Assist in training new employees in company policies and procedures.

  • Oversight of employee time keeping and timely submission of employee timesheets to payroll.

  • Works to solidify patient relations by timely and professionally handling patient concerns.

  • Responsible for the oversight of coding and submission of all invoices.

  • Responsible to oversee, prepare, and participate in all inspections and timely reporting compliance.

  • Facilitate and ensure minutes are taken for the monthly staff meetings and quarterly patient advisory committee meetings or annual community meetings.

  • Responsible for timely bank deposits and cash handling accountability per the financial department policy and procedure.

  • Strive to improve patient safety in all aspects of performance of the above essential functions.

  • Monitors office efficiencies, productivity, and cost savings and looks for opportunities to improve each of these areas.

  • Monthly review of all clinic operations reports.

  • Regular and predictable attendance.

  • Continuous learning in both personal and professional development.

  • Consistent review, comprehension and reply of company email and related correspondence.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Three or more years experience managing a clinic or department in a healthcare setting.

  • Three or more years experience supervising five or more employees.

PREFERENCES

  • Bachelors degree in a related field.

  • Bilingual in English/Spanish.

PAY AMOUNT

  • $50,000.00/YR with a BA/BS degree plus depending on experience.
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