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Clinical Informatics Administrator

POSITION SUMMARY:

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking a results-focused Administrator of Clinical Informatics (CI) to be responsible for leadership and direction of MHHC’s Clinical Informatics projects by leading the implementation of and providing ongoing support for projects related to the electronic health record (EHR) including but not limited to:

• standardization of workflow and data capturing across all electronic systems;

• utilization of all electronic systems;

• integration of clinical objectives and information technology

• optimization analytic usage and reporting.

The Administrator of CI is responsible for development, coordination, support, completion of workflow mapping, project advancements, resources and implementation focused on all Clinical Informatics initiatives. This includes (but not limited to) computerized provider order entry (CPOE) and documentation, new and existing technology that would help supports our clinician workflow. The Administrator will participate in development and implementation of analytical means to identify trends, outcomes and indicators related to quality, cost and efficiency performance of clients' healthcare experience. He/she will be responsible for the clinical analytics life-cycle in order to identify, analyze and present relevant insights that drive business decisions and anticipate opportunities to achieve a competitive advantage.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lead and be the gate keeper of all activities on eCW, the eCW team, and all modification of template(s) and workflow(s) with in eCW for MHHC.
  • Be the leading conduit between the clinical and IT team when it comes to program measures, appropriate document for reporting and mapping consistence in eCW, utilizing new and existing technology tools.
  • Lead the implementation and support of the organization and department-wide standardization, utilization, integration, optimization, and best practices activities related to the EHR and other clinical informatics initiatives.
  • Be the leading driving force for Regulatory Agencies, Funders, and other Stakeholders reporting: UDS, HEDIS, Meaningful Use, Managed Care Organizations, NYSDOH...using new and existing technology tools (Azara, Zenith, LabCorp..., etc.).
  • Project leader for CPOE and Evidenced-Based Clinical Documentation (EBCD) and other technology implementations that support clinician workflow.
  • Lead the resolution of complex issues and requests escalated from all departments or other health system service resources. Works with the eCW and technical IT teams to lead the development of new EHR components to ensure most efficient clinical workflow for MHHC.
  • Ongoing monitoring of various EHR utilization trends, provider performance and identifying gaps/areas of opportunity and develop action plan to address areas of concern.
  • Establishes regular communication with facility Chief Medical Officer (CMO’s), Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and VP of Information Technology to engage them as key contacts regarding process and review of workflow analysis to identify workflow improvements.
  • Provides input, updates and communication on clinical informatics initiatives at medical staff, leadership, and other hospital committees as needed.
  • Lead the designing and development of education/training materials in CPOE, EBCD, etc. to support staff training and continued education as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Informatics or related field; Master’s degree is preferred
  • Must have previous experience facilitating large projects which includes implementation of health technology
  • Must possess excellent communication skills with the ability to follow-up and develop positive relationships with providers, staff and external parties
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in Clinical/Healthcare Informatics, clinical applications support, or equivalent preferred
  • Experience in the community health center arena is preferred

ABOUT MORRIS HEIGHTS HEALTH CENTER:

Since 1981, Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) has had a record of distinction as the major provider of health care to Morris Heights and its surrounding areas in the Bronx. We've provided quality primary healthcare services to all members of the community, including the medically, socially and economically disadvantaged - from medical and dental services to counseling.

Morris Heights Health Center offers a highly competitive and comprehensive benefits package for our employees and their families. Our benefits coverage includes medical insurance, dental insurance, a prescription-drug plan, flexible spending accounts, long-term and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid time-off, and tuition reimbursement. In addition to the non-contributory profit-sharing plan, employees are encouraged to participate in our pre-tax savings plan.

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities.

Program Coordinator - HIV Services

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking an experienced person to oversee HIV Testing and routine Hepatitis screening within a clinical setting. The Program Coordinator will provide administrative oversight of HIV Testing and Hepatitis, B and C screening, perform quality assurance activities, and ensure successful implementation of electronic medical record upgrades to improve clinic workflow of these screenings. The incumbent will be a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded individual with experience scaling up programs and helping to develop a performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee EMR upgrades to enhance HIV, Hepatitis B & C screening;
  • Provide technical assistance to providers and nursing staff on workflow upgrades to enhance screening;
  • Develop systems to bolster the identification, linkage to care and retention of patients who test positive for HIV, Hepatitis B and C unaware of their positive status;
  • Supervise Program Navigators and Peer Advocate;
  • Oversee the identification of HIV and hepatitis known positive consumers who are lost to care and link them into care.
  • Perform continuous quality improvement oversight, including performance improvement projects;
  • Participate and attend New York and national meetings to receive and provide cutting edge information on HIV testing and Hepatitis screening;
  • Share best practices of MHHC improvements in improving HIV testing and Hepatitis screening at national conferences;
  • Coordinate Provider educational trainings;
  • Ensure all new and known positive HIV, Hep B & C consumers are referred to CARE supportive services;
  • Prepare and submit monthly reports.
  • Coordinate patient centered groups to address treatment adherence, and related topics that impact patient’s retention in care.
  • Provide supportive counseling according to the extent necessary to enable client’s compliance with adherence to his/her medical appointment. Supportive counseling may include adherence support, risk and harm reduction counseling, and partner notification.
  • Make referrals to MHHCs IPA Program or Medical Case Management to assist in health insurance enrollment.
  • Coordinate case conferences with primary care providers and ancillary staff to strengthen care coordination for hard to reach or at risk patients;
  • Oversee required documentation of all services provided in the patient’s electronic medical record.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in a related field; Master’s Degree preferred (i.e., Health Administration, Public Health, Public Administration, Social Work, etc.); At least three years’ supervisory experience with strong knowledge base of HIV and hepatitis screening/ services in a clinical setting. Experience is writing reports and quality management; Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, think strategically and utilize superior judgment in making decisions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Qualified applicants submit your cover letter and resume to JNazario@mhhc.org and YWoodley@mhhc.org

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities.

Outreach Worker/Health Educator - Family Planning Program

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking self-motivated Outreach Worker /Health Educators to plan and health education programming with a focus on our Family Planning services. This position collaborates with Marketing Department’s goals and responsibilities in establishing and maintaining comprehensive marketing, public relations and community events that effectively positions MHHC’s Family Planning Program as a medical home of choice for its community.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Actively research and build ongoing partnerships with other CBO’s, agencies and local businesses in the community
  • Promotes health discussions in the Center, schools, and other community agencies
  • Researches, selects and /or prepares and disseminates educational and informational materials relevant to health promotion and disease prevention with initial focus on Family Planning, Infant Mortality reduction Initiative, Women’s Health, Bioterrorism and Infectious Diseases
  • Attends regularly scheduled Program Review Committee Meetings as well as other related meetings externally
  • Maintains a calendar of events of educational and outreach activities
  • Conducts the Family Planning Patient Advisory Board, Assist in the MHHC Public Board Meetings as requested by administration
  • Reviews and complies with the work plan objectives outlined in the grant funding this position
  • Support the MHHC marketing program to promote the Center’s business to the public at large with the major objectives of attracting & retaining Family Planning patients, garnering community support, promoting a solid public image, establishing and maintaining goodwill while heightening public awareness of the organization’s business.
  • Assist with the monthly external communication publications for Family Planning patients, community residents and stakeholders.
  • Manage contact list and database for community events and resources.
  • Assist with the coordination of the ongoing community newsletter to remain connected with our patients while informing them of developments in the business both internally and externally.
  • Assist with the implementation of the Family Planning Adolescent and Male program for the Center.
  • Serve as a member of the Marketing Outreach Team Steering Committee for Family Planning.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Baccalaureate degree in Health Education or related field from an accredited college or university. Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credential strongly preferred.
  • Experience in designing community education programs. Familiarity with community’s health and education patterns and needs. Experience facilitating group health educational programs
  • Good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.
  • CHES Certification preferred, but not required
  • Bilingual English / Spanish is a PLUS

ABOUT US:

Since 1981, Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) has had a record of distinction as the major provider of health care to Morris Heights and its surrounding areas in the Bronx. We've provided quality primary healthcare services to all members of the community, including the medically, socially and economically disadvantaged - from medical and dental services to counseling.

Morris Heights Health Center offers a highly competitive and comprehensive benefits package for our employees and their families. Our benefits coverage includes medical insurance, dental insurance, a prescription-drug plan, flexible spending accounts, long-term and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid time-off, and tuition reimbursement. In addition to the non-contributory profit-sharing plan, employees are encouraged to participate in our pre-tax savings plan.

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities.

Senior Care Coordinator - HIV Services

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking a dynamic individual with superior knowledge on care coordination in a clinical setting. The Senior CARE Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day running and supervision of Ryan White Medical Case Managers in accordance with all program goals, targets, and performance outcomes and related Program policies, procedures, and protocols. The incumbent will be responsible for performing quality improvement & assurance activities, ensuring case managers are meeting monthly benchmarks to ensure clinical outcomes are achieved. The candidate must be a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded individual with experience in scaling up programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Coordination:

  • Coordinates the delivery of care coordination services to HIV positive patients, which includes:
    • Supervising Medical Case Managers, coordinating appropriate division of caseload
    • Working closely with the Medical & Program Directors and Data Manager in assessing patient and programmatic needs to develop programmatic structure and tools to meet those needs, including in areas of treatment adherence education, prevention education, support group, and general case management
    • Establishing productivity goals for MCM staff and submits monthly Case Management activities report
    • Participating in HIV Primary Care QA process, assuming leadership where appropriate in the development and implementation of QA activities

Case Management/ Counseling:

  • Provides comprehensive case management services including:
    • Conducting intakes and psychosocial assessments of new HIV clients, and assumes responsibility for ensuring that an initial service plan is developed with the client, to include psychosocial needs and referrals, health education, and coordination of initial appointments with the Morris Heights HIV Specialist
    • Working with the Clinicians and patients to develop a comprehensive plan for medical treatment
    • Conducting educational sessions on medications, and treatment adherence, for new patients, patients who are changing regimens, and others who may need treatment education and support, as dictated by the standards of care recommended by the AIDS Institute and HRSA Guidelines
    • Providing ongoing coaching with MCM staff to ensure staff counsel patients in facilitating meaningful service plan with patients, upcoming appointments, including specialty, medical, and nutritional, partner notification with clients and the option of PreP;
    • Providing comprehensive case management including application for HASA, ADAP, SNPand other benefits; escort if necessary; referral for legal, mental health, housing, substance abuse services; etc.
    • Provides supportive mental health counseling for clients who are in need of services immediately (in crisis) mental health needs.
    • Establishes and maintains linkages with social service agencies including internal services to MHHC's Health Home,

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • LMSW required; LCSW preferred;
  • A minimum of three years supervisory experience working with HIV positive clients required; At least two years post Master’s clinical experience preferred.
  • Ability to work well and communicate effectively with persons of varying educational and cultural backgrounds;
  • Excellent computer and data management skills;
  • Ability to interface with electronic health record system;
  • Strong verbal and written communication;
  • Strong knowledge of applicable laws specific to HIV testing and confidentiality;
  • Strong knowledge of New York based community resources for Persons living with HIV;
  • Experience in implementing quality improvement strategies;
  • Proficient in Word and Excel; ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, think strategically and utilize superior judgment in making decisions. Bi-lingual, Spanish speaking, preferred.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Qualified applicants submit your cover letter and resume to JNazario@mhhc.org OR YWoodley@mhhc.org.

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities.

Data Coordinator - HIV Services

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking a dynamic individual with superior knowledge of data management in a clinical setting. The Data Coordinator will be responsible for generating HIV clinical data reports and analysis; Coordinate with MIS/CI team to ensure data integrity of clinical indicators entered in EClinical Works for Part A and FOCUS funded service activities; Develop and maintain HIV clinical databases; perform data upload to NY AIDS Institute (Eshare); Supports Ryan White Care activities by providing data to CARE service and PI teams; assist in providing clinical evaluation and provider performance based aggregate data reports on a monthly, and/or as needed basis; Reviews clinical deficiencies to improve quality assurance; Responsible for supporting the submission of annual RSR.

Must be able a critical thinker, strong detail to analysis; must be detail-oriented, organized, self-motivated, able to work independently and in groups, meet project deadlines, and possess strong problem solving skills.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Input Part A related data in the Eshare (NYS web-data base)
  • Performs evaluation and analysis of data; prepares routine reports documenting results of findings; creates reports using MS Access, Excel, Word, or PowerPoint; participate in formal & informal presentation of findings.
  • Support Data Manager in preparing NYS and HRSA funded programs (HIV QUAL and RSR);
  • Prepares and submits reports for Part A and FOCUS funded activities (HIV, Hepatitis, B & C Screening)
  • Provides technical assistance and training to Providers on proper documentation in EMR; Designs and maintains summary reports for staff use and/or for federal and state funders.
  • Performs chart reviews and reviews findings with providers and other applicable clinical staff;
  • Reviews program reporting requirements and current data collection systems in order to ensure efficiency; design source and output documents; develops schedules; provides training for staff members and providers when new procedures are implemented.
  • Reviews procedures for the reporting of data by providers; institutes methods of monitoring information received in regard to timeliness, completeness and accuracy; designs and implements procedures to update information.
  • Collaborate and interface with IT and CI teams to maintain accurate reporting of HIV related services in the EMR.
  • Abstract census and other socio-demographic data for program development and planning purposes.
  • Provide analysis of HIV related data entered in the EMR; Assist Program Manager in preparing grant related reports.
  • Prepare monthly and annual data reports for review by the Department.
  • Analyze clinical end-user feedback and workflow;
  • Analyze existing data to map new forms and make improvements where necessary;
  • Must be highly proficient in MS Access, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, SPSS, & SAS

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Informatics or related filed;
  • Two years of experience as a programmer &/or IT Support Technician; experience in healthcare preferred
  • Experience using E-clinical Works EMR-EHR and VFE / MEL programming preferred
  • Must be highly proficient in MS Office, SPSS, & SAS, SQL

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Qualified applicants submit your cover letter and resume to JNazario@mhhc.org OR YWoodley@mhhc.org

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities

General Dentist

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking a full-time Dentist to join our fast-paced, patient focused dental practice delivering personalized dental care to the patients of our health center. The Dentist will be responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of dental and oral health conditions, planning of treatment and promotion of good oral health habits.

QUALIFICATIONS

Successful candidates will be a graduate of an accredited Dental School with DDS or DMD degree. GPR or AEGD completion preferred. Will have a minimum of (1) year of post residency experience and a strong interest in providing services largely geared to underserved populations. Valid, current New York State license in Dentistry required. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

ABOUT US:

Since 1981, Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) has had a record of distinction as the major provider of health care to Morris Heights and its surrounding areas in the Bronx. We've provided quality primary healthcare services to all members of the community, including the medically, socially and economically disadvantaged - from medical and dental services to counseling.

Morris Heights Health Center offers a highly competitive and comprehensive benefits package for our employees and their families. Our benefits coverage includes medical insurance, dental insurance, a prescription-drug plan, flexible spending accounts, long-term and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid time-off, and tuition reimbursement. In addition to the non-contributory profit-sharing plan, employees are encouraged to participate in our pre-tax savings plan.

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Qualified applicants submit your cover letter and resume to JNazario@mhhc.org and YWoodley@mhhc.org

MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities.

Dietician

DIETICIAN

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking a Registered Dietician to join our Health Education Department. The incumbent will develop and implement a plan of care based on the assessment of nutritional needs for patients with issues including but not limited to diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, weight management and HIV.

RESPONSIBILITES:

· Works collaboratively with the primary care teams and counsels individuals, families and community residents in nutritional principles, dietary plans, food selection and economics bearing in mind the individuals’ cultural background and lifestyle.

· Documents dietary history, assessment and nutritional goal setting in patients records.

· Works and collaborates with the chronic disease management team in planning, organizing and implementing group education sessions on diabetes, hypertension and any other programs as needed.

· Compiles materials on proper nutrition and keeps patients, staff and community residents aware of the ongoing education programs.

· Keeps abreast of available funds for the development of nutritional programs.

· Prepares the required data reports needed monthly by the granting agency.

· Participates in education and outreach efforts to the community as requested by the supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:

The successful candidate will have a Bachelors Degree in Nutrition Sciences, Community Nutrition, Public Health Nutrition or Dietetics from an accredited College or University. Should have a minimum of two years of experience as a Nutritionist, preferably in a WIC program. Registered Dietician (RD) and Certified Dietician and Nutritionist (CDN) certifications are required. Bilingual English/Spanish is highly preferred. Must be flexible to work some evenings and some Saturday

Registered Nurse Manager Supervisor

REGISTERED NURSE CASE MANAGER SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking an experience Registered Nurse with Case Management experience to oversee Care Coordination services in our dynamic health center. This position is a critical member in the delivery of team based care. The RN Case Manager Supervisor will ensure that the medical and social need of patients are addressed and that the staff liaise with hospital ED/inpatient Navigators and/ Case Mangers. He/She will facilitate activities focused on the goals of enhancing self management of chronic medical conditions and decreasing hospitalizations. The RN Case Manager Supervisor will develop workflows for the medical home, collaborate with other clinicians to develop a standard of care with preventative services and chronic disease management. This Registered Nurse will provide educate and facilitate implementation of clinical best practices, acting as a clinical resource for the care management team.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • In conjunction with leadership, develop quality outcome metrics around targeted chronic conditions; collect and analyze data designed to demonstrate program effectiveness and opportunities for improvement
  • Regularly meet with Care Coordination team to review cases, identify barriers to success and target possible staff education needs
  • Meet with individual case managers to review caseload, ensure compliance with all requirements, discuss participant issues and provide clinical guidance
  • Evaluate staff as per Morris Heights Health Center guidelines

REQUIREMENTS:

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, Baccalaureate degree in nursing, Master’s degree in health related field preferred; The successful candidate will have at least 2-3 years case management and/or care coordination experience in a medical setting; must have care plan development skills or chronic disease management experience; 1-2 years supervisory experience. Knowledge of transitions of care workflows is helpful; Bilingual English/Spanish is highly preferred.

Physical Therapist

SUMMARY
Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking an experienced Physical Therapist to provide direct care and treatment to those patients who need physical therapy services to improve their activities of daily living.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Plan, prepare and carry out individually designed programs of physical treatment to maintain, improve or restore physical functioning, alleviate pain and prevent physical dysfunction in patients
  • Perform and document an initial exam, evaluating the data to identify problems and determine a diagnosis prior to intervention
  • Evaluate effects of treatment at various stages and adjust treatments to achieve maximum benefit
  • Administer manual exercises, massage and/or traction to help relieve pain, increase the patient's strength, and decrease or prevent deformity and crippling
  • Test and measure patient's strength, motor development and function, sensory perception, functional capacity, and respiratory and circulatory efficiency and record data
  • Administer treatment involving application of physical agents, using equipment, moist packs, and ultrasound machines
  • Instruct patient and family in treatment procedures to be continued at home
  • Record prognosis, treatment, response, and progress in patient's electronic medical record
  • Obtain patients' informed consent to proposed interventions
  • Identify and document goals, anticipated progress and plans for reevaluation.
  • Discharge patient from physical therapy when goals or projected outcomes have been attained and provide for appropriate follow-up care or referrals
  • Direct and supervise supportive personnel, assessing their competence, delegating specific tasks to them and establishing channels of communication
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy program
  • At least two years of experience as a Physical Therapist
  • Current NYS License
  • Bilingual English/Spanish is a PLUS

ABOUT US:
Since 1981, Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) has had a record of distinction as the major provider of health care to Morris Heights and its surrounding areas in the Bronx. We've provided quality primary healthcare services to all members of the community, including the medically, socially and economically disadvantaged - from medical and dental services to counseling.

Morris Heights Health Center offers a highly competitive and comprehensive benefits package for our employees and their families. Our benefits coverage includes medical insurance, dental insurance, a prescription-drug plan, flexible spending accounts, long-term and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid time-off, and tuition reimbursement. In addition to the non-contributory profit-sharing plan, employees are encouraged to participate in our pre-tax savings plan.
MHHC complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which MHHC has facilities. Visit our website: www.mhhc.org.

Licensed Practical Nurse

Morris Heights Health Center (MHHC) is seeking Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) to provide nursing care to assigned patients under the direct supervision of the Registered Nurse (RN) or Provider in meeting the needs of the patient. The LPN collects data through observation and communicates information to assist the RN and/or provider in patient assessment and care planning. The LPN delivers care in accordance with the patient care plan, policies and procedures of the organization and principles of relationship-based care. The LPN possesses excellent communication skills, is skillful in mentoring and teaching and participates on committees or projects.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform patient interview and intake; prepare patient for triage by RN
  • Obtain full set of vital signs and recognize and report results out of normal range
  • Collect specimens (urine, throat swabs, etc.)
  • Perform diagnostic point of care testing (blood glucose fingerstick, etc.)
  • Document care, including phone notes in the EMR
  • Follow up on abnormal labs and radiology results
  • Administer immunizations and medications according to acceptable standards for safety and infection control
  • Participate in patient and family education with documentation of teaching and patient response
  • Obtain prior approval for medical insurance and prescription refills
  • Maintain current American Heart Association basic life support (BLS) status
  • Actively participates in patient emergency events, including code blue
  • Maintain knowledge of current trends and topics in professional practice through participation in continuing education programs
  • Maintain patient care equipment and report any malfunction to the Charge Nurse, Site Director and head of purchasing
  • Contribute to excellent patient satisfaction by maintaining professional communication with patients, family members and colleagues, and providing safe and quality care.
  • Other job duties as required

REQUIREMENTS:

Graduate of an accredited school for Licensed Practical Nursing; Minimum of one (1) year of clinical experience, preferably in an ambulatory care setting; Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification required; Must be flexible, open to change and willing to participate in new initiatives in the department.

Family Nurse Practitioner (Full Time & Per Diem)

Provides comprehensive medical services for members of family, regardless of age or sex, on continuing basis by performing the following duties: Performing physical examinations and preventive health measures within prescribed guidelines and instructions of Physician, ordering, interpreting, and evaluating diagnostic tests to identify and assess patients clinical problems and health care needs, recording physical findings, and formulating plan and prognosis, based on patients condition and submitting health care plan and goals of individual patients for periodic review and evaluation by Physician.

Qualifications: Graduated from an approved Nurse Practitioner Training Program; Two or more years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner is preferred; Certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

Family Physician (Full Time & Per Diem) Medical

Provides comprehensive medical services for members of family, regardless of age or sex, on continuing basis; Conducts a program of primary care responsibility for examination, diagnosis and treatment of patients; Elicits history, examines patients, order, performs and interpret laboratory and x-ray examinations, diagnoses and performs or order necessary treatment; Participates in the developmental and implementation of the performance improvement program including the medical record, protocols for the medical management of health programs and an internal medical audit mechanism; Provides medical supervision to the assigned staff or nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistants, medical residents, student and other paraprofessionals.

Qualifications: Medical degree from a medical college approved by the American Medical Association; Completed internship and residency training from an approved medical facility; Two or more years of experience as a Family Practitioner is preferred; Board certified or board eligible by specialty board.

Medical Director - Internal Medicine (Full Time) Adult Medicine

The Medical Director will be responsible for the direction and coordination of clinical operations in a primary care setting. The incumbent will demonstrate proficiency in practice, planning and self-direction in building the Adult Medicine Practice. This position will be 80% clinical and 20% administrative. The Medical Director will participate in strategic and operational planning, establish productivity targets, and monitor performance measures. The Medical Director will demonstrate a high level of flexibility and commitment to meet the needs of a complex evolving patient care system and will advocate for quality patient care.

Qualifications: The position requires a NY State Board Certified Physician with previous management and leadership experience in a primary care setting; passionate about providing high quality care to low-income, underserved residents and those lacking access to health care;Spanish language skills are very useful.

Psychiatrist (Full Time) Behavioral Health

Diagnoses and treats patients with mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders by performing the following job responsibilities.

  • Conducts psychiatric evaluations, including mental status exams on assigned patients.
  • Assesses need for and prescribes psychotropic medications with appropriate monitoring and follow-up on effectiveness, drug interactions, contraindications and side effects.
  • Collaborates with RN/BSW as needed re: patient medical, laboratory, prescription issues.
  • Reviews treatment plans and authorizes with signature; Provides clinical feedback to treating clinicians.
  • Consults with other mental health staff, medical and primary care providers as appropriate.
  • Conducts individual and/or group therapy as instructed.
  • Documents all evaluations and treatment of patients in a timely manner in accordance with MHHC Principles of Practice and Quality Improvement protocols.
  • Consults with Medical Director and or VP of Behavioral health as needed on high risk cases involving suicide, domestic violence, other types of imminent danger to patient or others, abuse and neglect and court/legal action.
  • Participates in departmental meetings and staff development accordingly

Qualifications: Medical Degree from a college/university approved by American Medical Association and /or ECFMG; Two or more years of post residency experience as a Psychiatrist is preferred; Board Certification is required.

Charge Registered Nurse (Full Time) Adult Medicine and Family Medicine

The Charge Registered Nurse performs both clinical and administrative functions, by providing high quality patient care and direction for optimal unit operations. The Charge RN is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of RNs, LPNs and MA’s in our busy, outpatient Adult Medicine and Family Medicine Clinics. The Charge RN will collaborate with the Practice Manager to manage patient flow, ensure adequate staffing levels to meet changing workload needs and monitor quality assurance activities. The Charge RN promotes and supports the concept of teamwork by acting as a role model on the clinical unit.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; Bachelor’s degree in nursing or health administration preferred; Three (3) years clinical nursing experience, preferably in ambulatory care setting; at least one (1) year Supervisory-level experience; NYS Registered Professional Nurse; Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required; Bilingual English / Spanish highly preferred.

Social Worker/ Psychotherapist (Full Time) Behavioral Health

Delivers direct patient care services to children, adolescents, adults and family. Follows practices according to Articles 28 and 31, School-Based Health Centers, Joint Commission, DOH and other regulatory requirements. Treatment modalities include individual, family and group counseling within short-term therapy framework.

Qualifications: NYS-licensed - LMSW, LCSW, PhD; Bilingual Spanish/English is required.

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