Oregon Medical Group Management Association

Current Open Positions

  • 07/19/2021 11:26 AM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 07.19.2021

    Licensed Practical Nurse - Full Time

    Location: Corvallis Pain Management - Corvallis, Oregon

    How to apply: Please submit resume to our Practice Administrator, Vilma Cortes, at Vilma@corvallismed.com

    Reports To: Practice Administrator

    Brief Position Summary:

    Provides health care to patients in the clinical office and in-house procedure suite setting. Works in consultation, cooperation and coordination with Practice Administrator and Providers. Responsible for day-to-day supervision of staff for clinical and surgical operations. Functions according to the established standards and practices of medicine for Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Oregon.


    1.Completes delegated tasks and responsibilities as directed by Providers.

    2.Demonstrates understanding of infection prevention and control standards.

    3.Assist with maintaining patient flow to and from exam rooms and procedure room.

    4.Ensure exam rooms and procedure room are equipped with medical supplies.

    5.Maintain and order medical supplies. Maintains adequate stock. Keeps supplies orderly.

    6.Ensure the exam rooms and procedure area are cleaned after each patient leaves and prepared for the next patient.

    7.Clean and sterilize equipment after use.

    8.Interviewing patients and recording their medical history.

    9.Obtaining patient vital signs and escorting patients to their rooms

    10.Verifying that patient charts are updated promptly and accurately.

    11.Planning and managing patient care according to each patient’s needs.

    12.Administering injections of medications and properly documenting administration of injectables.

    13.Performs standard diagnostic procedures.

    14.Assist with blood collection/phlebotomy as needed and prepares specimens for courier.

    15.Identifies the need for additional data collection including the need for data collection from other health providers.

    16.Documents findings and actions appropriately in the patient's medical records.

    17.Observing and recording patients’ conditions and reactions to medications and treatments.

    18.Assists in educating the patient and family members regarding medical condition, procedures, and medication and preventative measures as necessary and appropriate.

    19.Triage patient’s telephone calls and provides consultations and/or recommendations for appropriate treatment.

    20.Performs evaluations and treatment procedures in emergency situations when necessary.

    21.Maintains patient confidentiality.

    22.Participates in the hiring, supervision, and evaluation of assigned staff.

    23.Schedules staffing to meet changing workload needs.

    24.Provides professional and technical support to staff and troubleshoots the delivery of patient care. Responds to requests from ombudsman, families, and other concerned patients regarding patient care issues.

    25.Identifies training needs for staff and facilitates staff development. Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of training, orientation, and education programs.

    26.Develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates quality assurance activities, ensuring compliance with standards, laws, regulations, and procedures. Recommends new and/or revised policies and procedures to the department manager.

    27.Attends required meetings and participates on committees as requested.

    28.Performs other work as required or assigned.


    1.Education: Completion of state approved training program.

    2.LPN license

    3.Certification: Current certifications in BLS, CPR and ACLS

    4.Special Skills: Above average skills in clinical procedures are required. Knowledge of clinical and surgical processes and principles. Familiar with state and federal laws related to health care.


    1.Planning: Effectively plan for the impact of additional services/programs added to the organization.

    2.Organizing: Identifying the most effective/efficient mechanisms to benefit the organization.

    3.Implementation: Follow organizational plans, goals and objectives.

    4.Reasoning: Able to analyze situations in order to bring about favorable solution.

    5.Leadership: Professionally challenge self to demonstrate higher level of contribution and commitment.

    6.Self-Development: possess a commitment to personal development and the ability to function as an expert resource for the organization.

    7.Communication: utilize excellent written and oral modes of interpersonal communication.

    8.Decision Making: Review situation at hand or appropriate data and make objective decisions on the issue that positively affect the organization.


    Variety of walking, standing, sitting, bending, twisting, and reaching. Occasional need to lift/carry/move up to 50 pounds of equipment. Frequent stress if dealing with multiple tasks and staff.


    1.Combination of medical office, exam rooms, and in-house surgical suite for non-IV sedation procedures.

    2.Fast paced clinical setting with minimal noise levels.

    3.Works independently as well as with team members with minimal supervision.

    4.Use of general office equipment such as fax machine, copier, computer, etc.

    5.This position is classified as having occupational exposure to blood and other infectious materials.

  • 06/30/2021 1:49 PM | Mindy Zaubi (Administrator)

    posted 6.30.2021

    Job Title: Executive Director-The Broadway Medical Clinic

    Location: Portland, Oregon

    How to apply: Send resume to, misty@healtheps.com

    Job description

    The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leadership, planning, delivery, evaluation, and fiscal management of the overall clinic and Medical Clinic Investment Corp (MCIC). Activities related to MCIC interests such as building maintenance, property, and liability insurance will be handled by the Executive Director. The ED will oversee the partnership and shareholder agreements and physician compensation plans. The ED will work with the EC and partnership on the vision/mission of BMC; effectively operationalizes the business, finance, and strategic plans for the clinic and MCIC including marketing strategy. The ED will monitor, track and be able to explain financial data points such as medication and medical supplies cost and usage; works with Tax Accountant on YE overview/meeting. Manages physician recruitment; The ED will direct, support, and facilitate collaboration and effective communication between the divisions to ensure BMC is successful in its transformational approach to health care and healthcare administration. The ED will be the final negotiator on FFS and FFV contracts. The HR Manager, bookkeeper, and Facility Manager will report directly to the ED.


    · Minimum BS/BA in healthcare, business, or accounting with 7+ years in like setting; or 10 years of experience in a similar position

    · Has a desire to work in Primary Care and in a physician-owned setting

    · Has actual experience in negotiating and managing risk agreements ideally up/downside risk

    · Excellent understanding of finance-related performance standards

    · Proven ability to develop and execute sound financial strategies

    · Collaborative approach

    · Budgeting management of key expenses such as medication and medical supply costs

    · Property management experience

    · Ability to actualize business objectives

    · Organizational and leadership acumen

    · Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare/primary care/physician-owned practices

    · Proactive communication skills

    · Strategic thinking and analytical skills

    · Ability to work with people of varying educational, socio-economic, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation/identification backgrounds

    · Is a continual learner with the ability to effectively share information

    · Understands the value and importance of internal and external customer service

    · Leads from within


    · Works collaboratively with EC, division directors, and partnership to identify, create and implement strategic plans in order to actualize business objectives including marketing initiatives

    · Helps develop business objectives by sharing information regarding local, state, fed changes that will impact the clinic

    · Clearly communicates to division directors, staff, and others the goals/directions of BMC

    · Identifies, recruits, trains, and develops talented division directors and other team members

    · Monitors BMC operations to ensure business practices comply with regulatory and legal requirements;

    · Manages MCIC

    · Runs the partnership meetings; presents information in a concise, clear manner

    · Has a working understanding of AR management; Oversight of the AP processes

    · Oversight of Shareholder (MCIC) and Partnership (clinic) agreements and compensation plans

    · Oversight of the facility and related insurance coverage such as liability, risk

    · Proficient in analyzing/negotiating risk (up/downside) arrangements

    · Works with managers on operational budgets/finalizes and presents annual operations budget to the EC; monitors, tracks and can explain key financial activities such as medication and medical expenses and usage.

    · Works with our banking partners

    · Effectively works with our Tax consultant and other consultants as necessary

    · Develops partnerships within and outside BMC that will assure BMC continues to grow and transform to meet industry challenges and opportunities.

    · Identifies potential risks and opportunities in the areas of clinical, business, IT, and HR

    · Works with the division directors on departmental budgets and performance

    · Stays abreast of local, state, federal, industry changes with the potential to impact the clinic

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $120,000.00 - $150,000.00 per year


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