Oregon Medical Group Management Association

Current Open Positions

  • 01/15/2018 9:23 PM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: RestorePDX
    Date Posted: 1/10/18
    City: portland
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Practice Administrator
    Type of Position: Full Time
    Education Requirement: A fifth year college or university program certificate in Business Administration or equivalent

    Description & Details:

    RestorePDX is leading a revolution in patient-centered care—rooted in the principles of collaborative medicine and driven by innovative diagnostic and therapeutic technologies. We are excited to add to our team of professionals by hiring a Practice Administrator.

    US: RestorePDX is providing some of the most advanced therapies for surgery alternatives. Through our proprietary technology, we are getting far superior outcomes. This, coupled with our proven track record in an area of practice that is incredibly new and exciting, sets us apart in a field that is showing practically daily advancements.

    YOU: An energetic, positive, problem solver who works well with Physician Owners and other staff in a fast-paced, team environment. You already possess the skills and know-how to provide exceptional service to the company, our patients, and our employees. We strongly support our employees to help them reach their best selves – a cornerstone of our mission.

    If you are interested in joining a new-era practice that values our patients and our people, like working with a company providing advanced medicine in an ever-evolving field, and are an A-caliber team player, we’d like to talk.


    • A fifth year college or university program certificate in Business Administration or equivalent; or five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
    Core Duties:
    • Reports to and advises all business operations to the Physician Managing Director.
    • Manages the day-to-day operations and HR functions of our clinic including hiring, performance management, training, and counseling of staff (with outside support from Xenium HR)
    • Creates and directs new initiatives and coordinates implementation and roll-out.
    • Manages planning and directing of company financials and daily cash management
    • Oversees all administrative front desk activities and staff
    • Manages all Provider credentialing
    • Oversees front office compliance

    RestorePDX’s culture is built on a foundation of teamwork and entrepreneurial drive. While each staff member has clear responsibilities in fulfilling our mission, we promote, expect, and reward a small business culture and work ethic where no task is above or below any individual.

    RestorePDX is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about us, please visit: http://www.restorepdx.com/about-us/.

    How to Apply / Contact

    For consideration, please email your resume, list of potential references and a cover letter detailing why you think you would be a good fit at RestorePDX to sgreve@restorepdx.com. Please also include any salary requirements in your cover letter.

  • 01/10/2018 11:55 AM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: Salem Clinic, P.C.
    Date Posted: 1/10/18
    City: Salem
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Administrator
    Type of Position: Full Time
    Education Requirement: MBA or Equivalent

    Description & Details:

    Chief Administrative Officer – Salem, Oregon

    A great job, in the great Northwest!  Salem is well position in Oregon, it is just an hours’ drive to the coast and Cascade Mountains and 45 minutes to Portland. Our independent, private multi-specialty physician medical group is recruiting for an experienced CAO for the future retirement of our 20+ year leader. Snapshot: 80+ physicians. 500+ staff. 4 locations. Lab. Imaging. Family Medicine. Internal Medicine. Obstetrics & Gynecology. General, bariatric and vascular surgery. Pediatrics. Urgent Care. Hospital-based medicine.

    Does your resume demonstrate longevity? Diplomacy? Forward thought? Hard work? Do you desire a positive work environment, a dedicated team, and daily challenges? Reach out to us through administration@salemclinic.org or Attn: Lindsay Course, Salem Clinic, P.C., 2020 Capitol Street NE, Salem, OR 97301.

    How to Apply / Contact

    Please send your resume to administration@salemclinic.org 
    or 2020 Capitol St. NE, Salem, OR 97301

  • 12/06/2017 5:35 PM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: EyeHealth Northwest
    Date Posted: 12/06/17
    City: Milwaukie
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Management
    Type of Position: Full Time
    Education Requirement: Registered Nurse

    Description & Details:

    Surgery Center Director – Portland, Oregon

    EyeHealth Northwest is a large, well-established, successful private medical practice, serving the eye care needs of the Portland Metropolitan and Clackamas County areas. We are devoted to the full-service medical, surgical and routine vision care needs of our patients, who include children, adults, and seniors.

    We are seeking a director for our Eastside Ambulatory Surgery Center. The position is responsible for overseeing and managing the overall operation of the surgery center and is accountable to the Surgery Center Board and the CEO of EyeHealth NW.

    Duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Oversee all aspects of the surgery center, including surgical services, patient care and administrative functions.
    • Ensure appropriate staffing levels in all areas of operation; oversee and manage job performance of all staff.
    • Evaluate the quality and effectiveness of nursing practices and services; assess and implement modifications to practices, procedures and protocol as necessary.
    • Develop, implement and manage department budget; forecast additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; monitor and approve expenditures.
    • Negotiate contracts with vendors, contractors and suppliers.
    • Provide financial, operational and patient care reports to the CEO, doctors and Board as requested.
    • Plan, direct, coordinate and review department structure and work functions; monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of processes, methods and procedures.
    • Coordinate and ensure effective and appropriate education, training and professional development of staff; assess training needs of staff; develop and implement training programs that meet the needs of the facility and regulatory requirements
    • Stay current on nursing practices and ASC procedures, protocol and regulatory requirements.
    • Perform the duties of a staff RN by providing nursing care for surgery patients through all stages of the surgery continuum, including, but not limited to, admitting patients; assessing the patient’s condition; preparing patients for surgery; assisting in surgical and other medical procedures; and performing the duties of a circulating nurse.
    • Initiate and provide patient and family education; assess learning needs according to the patient’s level ofunderstanding and readiness to learn.
    • Apply appropriate age-specific competencies in providing care.
    • Through assigned staff, ensure that optical and surgical instruments and equipment are properly maintained in good working condition.
    • Ensure a safe and healthy environment for all patients and staff.
    • Oversee and manage the quality assurance and workers’ compensation programs.
    • Adhere to, and ensure staff adherence to all safety standards as established by OSHA; apply all required safety precautions, including personal protective equipment (PPE).
    • Ensure all work is performed in compliance with company policy, department procedures and regulatory requirements, including State and Federal laws and regulations.

    Education and/or Experience; Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations (Minimum Requirements):

    • Current RN Licensure in good standing in the State of Oregon;
    • Current Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification;
    • Pre/post operative or operating room experience, preferably in an ambulatory surgery center setting;
    • Management experience preferred;
    • An equivalent combination of education, experience and training that would provide the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the successful performance of the essential job duties.

    Compensation / Benefits

    EyeHealth Northwest offers an excellent compensation package that includes a competitive base salary, Med/Dent insurance, company-paid life insurance, company-paid disability insurance, generous paid time off plan (PTO), holiday pay, discounts on products and services, employer-match 401(k), Profit Sharing and more!

    How to Apply / Contact

    To apply, please submit your resume/CV to the HR Manager at petersa@ehnpc.com

Debbie Anderson, OMGMA Executive Secretary | 9144 SE 67th Avenue, Portland, OR 97206 | 971-373-1477 | execsecretary@omgma.com

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