Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Baltimore, MD, United States
Healthcare, Administrative, Manager
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Johns Hopkins Community Physicians is seeking a Practice Administrator for the East Baltimore OB/GYN Practice. The Practice Administrator reports to the Administrator Specialty. The Practice Administrator is responsible for the daily operations of a health center/practice. Daily operations include: budget management and the hiring, supervision, staffing, evaluation and discipline of staff. Works effectively with providers and other staff to develop and implement common priorities and goals related to providing optimal customer service, maximizing operational efficiency, assuring financial viability and rendering high quality health care services. Demonstrate through leadership example, visible organizational support and a positive attitude to create a positive work environment and enhance provider and staff morale. Responsible for fostering a positive relationship with the local community served by the health center. In addition to these Administrative duties, if credentialed as a billable clinician, provides direct patient care in the center/practice, conforming to the pertinent standards of care and under the direction/oversight of the Office Medical Director.
East Baltimore Medical Center OBGYN
Full Time (40 hours)
Bachelor's degree or related equivalent experience required. Experience may be substituted in lieu of a Bachelor's degree at a 2:1 ratio. Equivalent would be 8 years of experience for education AND 2 years of supervisory/management experience for a total of 10 years of healthcare experience needed to qualify for PA I.
If a Practice Administrator also has clinical nurse responsibilities, the following education, training, licensing and certification requirements apply: 1. R.N. training and a degree from an approved school of nursing. 2. Current Maryland State Licensure is required. 3. Current CPR certification or ability to successfully complete CPR certification. 4. Ability to demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the ages of the patients served in the department.
Two years' of healthcare management is required.
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Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Website : http://www.hopkinsbayview.org
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