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Clinic Manager
Grande Ronde Hospital and Clinics, La Grande, OR 

Outstanding opportunity for a dynamic, team-oriented candidate to join our family as the Clinic Manager – Regional Medical Clinic. Grand Ronde Hospital and Clinics are located in Eastern Oregon – one of the most scenic parts of the country for a great work/life balance. The Clinic Manager shall possess collaborative leadership in the ongoing development and growth for this 14 provider (eight physicians and 6 APPs) practice, the largest of our primary care clinics.   Our facility also includes a Walk-In Clinic (3 NPs). The Regional Medical Clinic is a Patient Care Medical Home and Rural Health Clinic.  Both designations contribute to our favorable reimbursement. 

The Clinic Manager will partner with the RMC Medical Director in a Dyad Leadership role with accountability for day-to-day operations. Success in the position will be evidenced by the achievement of patient-centered service excellence, standardization of operations, strong financial results with physician & APP engagement. Reports to the Grande Ronde Senior Director Provider Services. 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Business, or related field. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of five years of medical group leadership with operations experience strongly preferred, or equivalent experience. Primary care experience with a minimum of 5 providers; 10+ providers preferred. Excellent compensation w/incentive; great benefits. Send cover letter and resume to: John Thomas, [email protected]; or call (541) 663-3136.  

Practice Administrator
Rainier Orthopedic Institute, Puyallup, WA

Rainer Orthopedic Institute, a division of Proliance Surgeons Inc., is looking for a qualified Practice Administrator to lead our care center. If you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding role in practice management, for a physician-owned and managed medical group with excellent patient outcomes, we’d love to hear from you.


Reporting to the care center’s Managing Partner and Proliance Surgeons’ COO, the Practice Administrator’s role encompasses all of the responsibilities traditionally associated with the senior administrator of a medical group.

  • Monitor and manage all aspects of the practice’s operations as a means of continuously improving the patient experience and ensuring that every patient encounter is a positive one
    • Lead and direct all activities related to administration, facilities, marketing, medical records, patient satisfaction, personnel management and regulatory compliance
    • Develop annual budgets and manage the variables that contribute to strong financial performance
    • Analyze the practice’s financial performance and champion opportunities for improvement
    • Develop smart, cost-effective approaches for marketing the practice and enhancing its relationships with hospitals, practices and providers
    • Lead a productive, team-oriented work environment
    • Be a reliable presence in the office and conduct regular staff meetings to provide information and solicit feedback
    • Coach and mentor staff by example and through use of clearly communicated expectations, progress meetings and performance reviews
    • Manage physician and staff recruitment, onboarding and compensation administration
    • Ensure that company core values are modeled and policies and procedures are followed
    • Leverage the resources in the Proliance Central Office to help meet the needs of the practice


  • Bachelor’s degree, ideally in health care administration or a business discipline
  • 5+ years in health care administration positions of increasing responsibility, ideally in an independent medical group environment and involving the management of clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and ancillaries
  • Demonstrated skills in finance, human resources, marketing, operations and strategy
  • Strong Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word skills; NextGen EPM experience a plus

Professional and Personal Qualities:

  • Ability to serve as both a hands-on manager and a high performing individual contributor
  • Excellent judgment, understands what s/he does not know and what questions to ask to reach well informed decisions that minimize risk
  • Self-motivated, flexible, deals well with ambiguity and does not require positional authority to get things done
  • Capable communicator who is able to articulate ideas, thoughts and questions clearly and appropriately
  • Skilled manager with a collaborative style who influences change and builds consensus for ideas and recommendations that move teams forward
  • Passionate and proactive about solving problems, adding value and delivering superior results
  • Compassion for colleagues and subordinates and able to sustain collegiality and team orientation in a high performance culture
  • Process oriented
  • High integrity

How to Apply:

If interested in applying, please submit your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

About Proliance Surgeons:

Proliance Surgeons is one of the largest surgical practices in the country, with over 425 providers including over 250 board-certified physicians providing treatment at more than 100 care centers in Washington State. Our range of specialties includes orthopedics, sports medicine, spine, ear nose & throat, general surgery, ophthalmology, obstetrics & gynecology, urology and more. Many of our surgeries are performed at our own outpatient surgery centers—where costs are often lower and recovery times faster than at a hospital. Patients return home the day of their surgery to begin healing and rehabilitation and get back to doing what they love, faster. Proliance physicians helped more than 650,000 patients last year alone and performed over 85,000 surgeries.   Please review our website for more information for more information about our practice.

Revenue Cycle Manager/Compliance Officer
Olympia Multi-Specialty Clinic, Olympia, WA

The Revenue Cycle Manager/Compliance Officer is responsible for managing people and the business office processes. You will work closely with the CEO and managing partner to provide appropriate insight and feedback that ensures continued success in revenue cycle management. You will be responsible for managing the administrative office staff, training, and development of business office goals to be attained on a yearly basis.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage administrative office staff.
  • Audit, compile and analyze data using complex Medical Management systems, Electronic Medical Records, and Microsoft Office.
  • Evaluates contracts and fee schedules, updating records as necessary.
  • Manages refunds to insurance companies and patients.
  • Communicates with business office about new regulations and codes that need to be implemented.
  • Expert in coding issues for GI and Cardiology to include: level of service audit, CCI edits, Level of diagnosis, use of modifiers, and global period.
  • Assist with patient complaints.
  • Monitor work of billing office by checking for accuracy and completeness.
  • Schedule, assign and prioritize department workload.
  • Assign appropriate deadlines, review employee performance, and ensure timely completion of revenue cycle work.
  • Orient, train and coordinate staff work assignments to optimize productivity and efficiencies.


  • Five years of healthcare financial management experience and Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Complete understanding and an in depth working knowledge of the healthcare revenue cycle.
  • Strong analytical and computer skills required
  • Ability to establish and monitor performance/productivity standards.
  • Ability to analyze financial and operating information to facilitate decision making.
  • Ability to quickly problem solve in a demanding environment.
  • Create solutions to coding and compliance gaps that may arise in clinic departments.
  • Ability to generate a wide variety of qualitative and quantitative reports in order to outline gaps and areas of improvement.
  • Ability to work effectively with a multitude of personalities at various levels.
  • Skill in data generation, evaluation, and analysis with the ability to recognize when adjustments are necessary.
  • Skill in participating effectively as member of interdisciplinary team, interacting appropriately with physicians, administration, and other health care educators.
  • Must have advanced knowledge of the Microsoft Suite.

Applicants can email applications to [email protected] or fax to 360-754-1783.

Experienced OB/GYN

Full Time

BELLINGHAM OB/GYNis seeking an experienced Board Certified OB/GYN for our practice in Bellingham, WA.

Current practice includes (4) physicians, and (2) mid-level providers, and has provided excellent care to Western Washington for over 30 years. We seek an experienced, motivated, and energetic Physician who stands to benefit from a long established, but growing patient base. BELLINGHAM OB/GYN is a private practice designed to provide exemplary obstetrical and gynecological care. Our goal is to give patient-centered, personalized, attentive and up-to-date care. BELLINGHAM OB/GYN provides a full range of obstetrics and gynecologic services. Our obstetrics includes both low risk and high risk care. We have on-site fetal ultrasounds with two certified sonographers and a fetal testing center for high risk patients. Laparoscopic surgeries can be performed at two separate facilities, a da Vinci robotics program (Xi and Si) at the hospital.

Position Highlights:

  • Call rotation is 1:5, with the hope of adding a 6th MD within the 12 months
  • Group averages about 65 deliveries each month.
  • Practice is affiliated with (but independent of) PeaceHealth Medical Center —a 250 bed facility, which serves Bellingham and surrounding communities, and is well-known and well-respected for its obstetrical services. The hospital performs about 2100 deliveries annually, and features 24 hour anesthesia services, 24 hour pediatrics/RT dedicated to OB services and a full-time obstetrical hospitalist service.

BELLINGHAM OB/GYN offers a strong compensation package that includes: Competitive salaries, Production/quality bonus potential, Relocation allowance, CME, Comprehensive health benefits, Retirement savings plan (401) with match, Malpractice coverage and generous paid time off.

Bellingham, WA is charming city located about an hour north of Seattle and a short car ride to Mt. Baker. Bellingham also enjoys the close proximity to Canada and the San Juan Islands. Bellingham is the largest city in Whatcom County, and the thirteenth largest in the state, with over 100,000 residents. The Pacific Northwest, is renowned for its natural beauty, proximity to endless cultural and recreational opportunities, breweries, wineries and a thriving economy. Come experience Bellingham’s local culture, meet our providers and learn more about this exciting career opportunity.

If you have been dreaming of living in the Pacific Northwest please send your CV or call my direct office line anytime!

Kelsi Collier
Practice Manager
Direct Phone: 360-756-1620
[email protected]

NEW Health Programs Association, Chewelah, WA

Purpose of the Job:
Improve the overall health of the communities we serve by applying principles of accounting to maintain financial information and prepare accurate financial reports as follows.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for Monthly financial book close process and reporting
  • Coordinates and carries out Finance Committee and Board financial documents preparation
  • Maintains reconciliation of all GL Accounts for the organization
  • Prepares information, reports, and analyses for audits and reviews
  • Maintains technical knowledge of organizational information sources
  • Coordinates with other departments and functions to prepare comprehensive financial reports
  • Reviews expenditures and makes recommendations on cost savings
  • Keeps up to date on the latest accounting standards and establishes, modifies, documents and coordinates implementation of accounting and accounting control procedures
  • Devises and implements systems for general accounting functions
  • Compiles and analyzes financial information to prepare journal entries to accounts and document business transactions
  • Reviews accuracy of documentation and approves accounts payable invoices and payments
  • Completes various annual federal and state compliance reports
  • Performs other duties as assigned


Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or other related field. Minimum of two years’ experience required; grant compliance, healthcare and/or nonprofit agency background preferred. Licensure in the state of Washington as a Certified Public Accountant preferred.

Skills: Strong interpersonal and communication skills required. Previous training and/or experience utilizing accounting software required; intermediate computer skills required.

NEW Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran status, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by local, state or federal law.


NEW Health offers competitive benefits including:

  • competitive salaries
  • generous holiday, paid time off and extended illness benefits
  • paid medical, dental, vision & long-term disability programs for both the provider and his/her family
  • 401(k) plan with matching contribution
  • license reimbursement
  • continuing education reimbursement
  • other supplemental benefits offered
  • great opportunities for career growth.

To apply please email [email protected] with a copy of your resume and cover letter.

Clinic Administrator
NW Asthma & Allergy Clinic, Seattle, WA and surrounding areas

Growing specialty clinics seek experienced Clinic Administrator to partner with physician leadership to effectively lead and direct all operations in 8 locations. Competitive salary and benefits commensurate with experience.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to [email protected]

Education: Graduate degree in health care administration or business administration, FACMPE (MGMA) preferred.

Experience:Seven years of executive-level experience, including five years of experience in health care administration.  Multi-site management experience preferred.

Other Requirements: A demonstrated commitment to professional development and growth

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  1. Develops long-term strategies and manages the strategic direction of the organization. Demonstrates the ability to facilitate the corporate legal structure, define policy and define the organization’s culture in conjunction with the organization’s Board of Directors.
  2. Ensures that patients receive the best possible care, keeps the organization focused on patient safety and efficient operations.
  3. Oversees effective staffing strategies, recruitment and retention, training, and performance evaluation processes.
  4. Ensures the financial viability of the organization by establishing and maintaining systems to ensure a profitable and compliant practice.
  5. Ensures organization compliance with all regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of accrediting bodies. Continually monitors operations, programs, physical properties and initiates appropriate changes.
  6. Implements an effective business plan and effectively manages daily clinical and administrative operations across all sites.
  7. Represents the organization in its relationships with other professional organizations, government agencies, and third-party payers.
  8. Maintains a program to provide an overall safe environment, prevent or minimize adverse events, and comply with federal and state laws and regulations.
  9. Serves as liaison and channel of communication between the Board of Directors and its committees and the medical and administrative staffs.
  10. Effectively oversees multiple locations by negotiating and managing lease agreements and maintenance needs.
  11. Responsible for insurance payer credentialing and contracting
  12. Acts as Patient Accounts Manager by overseeing all revenue cycle functions and related staff.
  13. Responds effectively to patient concerns in writing and in person.
  14. Production, analysis and distribution of reports.


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