All applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in compliance with the state ordered mandate for healthcare workers.
Director of Clinical Operations
Excellent opportunity for a full-time Director of Clinical Operations. Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM. Generous benefits and excellent work environment. RN, LPN, or other health sciences/health care administration degree. This position requires the ability to work and communicate effectively with primary healthcare providers and staff from all clinic departments. At least two years of healthcare related quality improvement experience and education is required. Previous medical practice facilitation and/or projects management experience preferred. Experience in building reports/registries from an electronic health record system is highly desirable.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Manage Patient Centered Medical Home and Quality Improvement Programs.
- Oversee duties of the Patient Care Department Supervisor for planning, organizing, scheduling, coordinating, and supervising daily department operations.
- Oversee Anticoagulation Program and Annual Flu Shot Clinic.
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive orientation and training program for Patient Care staff.
- Ensure adherence to Clinic policies and procedures, compliance and HIPAA privacy, security and educational requirements.
RN or LPN – Anticoagulation Clinic
Excellent opportunity for a full-time anticoagulation clinic RN or LPN. Mon. – Fri. 8 AM – 5 PM. Generous benefits and excellent working environment. Provides ongoing monitoring of anticoagulation patients. Provides necessary education and support to patients and caregivers while performing ongoing case management. Monitors progress toward established goals to achieve optimal outcomes. Maintains complete, timely and accurate clinical documentation for each patient.
Anticoagulation certification preferred, but certification training can be provided upon hire. Must be able to work as a team member and manage job functions in a calm, flexible, and professional manner with patients, staff, and healthcare providers. Good attendance is important.
Great opportunity for a full-time, primary care Medical Assistant in an out-patient medical clinic. Monday – Friday daytime hours. Excellent work environment and generous benefits. At least one year Medical Assistant experience is required. Certification is preferred, although if not certified, assistance in obtaining MA certification is provided. The successful applicant will be part of a Care Team and must have a good attendance record, the ability to adapt to change, to work as a team member, and manage job duties in a calm, flexible, and professional manner.
Certified Medical Coder
Excellent opportunity for a certified medical coder. Full time, Mon.–Fri. 8 AM– 5 PM. This position offers the option to work from home or on-site. Generous benefits and excellent work environment. Must be certified with an accredited agency and have at least two years certified coding experience in a medical office. The ideal candidate will have excellent attention to detail, strong organizational and research skills, and the proven ability to learn new software programs quickly. Must maintain current knowledge of CPT, HCPCS, and ICD coding systems. Work closely with providers and staff including coding accuracy audits and training. Investigate and resolve coding issues. Must be able to work cooperatively and collaboratively with staff and be able to manage priorities and variable workloads.
Front Office Medical Receptionist
Full-time, front office medical receptionist/scheduler. Mon-Fri. 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Generous benefits and excellent work environment. Requires previous customer service experience, good communication and telephone skills, good attendance, and the ability to manage multi-functional tasks in a calm and professional manner. Experience in healthcare is preferred.
Opportunity for a part-time job share position for a switchboard operator. 2½ days per week, Wed. from noon – 5:30 PM, Thurs. and Fri. from 8 AM to 5:30 PM. Partial benefits. This position requires an individual who is dependable and punctual. Other requirements include good verbal communication, organizational skills, and the ability to multi-task. Must be available to provide coverage on other days if needed.
Central Supply Aide
Part-time, Mon-Fri. from 6:00 AM – 11 AM. Partial benefits and excellent work environment. Duties include housekeeping, stocking and inventory of medical supplies, some medical instrument sterilization, and other related job duties. Knowledge of cleaning and handling of surgical instruments and medical supplies is preferred, but not required. Must be able to work as a team with a positive attitude and have good attendance.
Phlebotomist – On Call
Seeking a skilled phlebotomist to fill weekday on-call position. Requires phlebotomy or medical assistant certification and one year experience. Positive work environment. Non-benefit eligible.
You can submit our online employment application form or you can print our required employment application here, complete and return it to us in person or mail to Human Resources, 495 SW Ramsey Ave., Grants Pass, OR 97527. It can also be emailed to email@example.com. A letter of interest and/or resume would be welcome additions to your application, but are not required.
Grants Pass Clinic
Founded in 1949, Grants Pass Clinic is a multi-specialty medical group dedicated to providing high quality health care to our patients with compassion, integrity and professionalism. The Grants Pass Clinic is a physician-owned, financially strong and thriving multi-specialty group. Our partner group is the largest in Southern Oregon and consists of internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, general surgery, and podiatry. We provide on-site laboratory and radiology services and other ancillary patient services such as EKGs, pulmonary function and treadmill tests and holter monitoring.
We are conveniently located across the street from Three Rivers Medical Center, which provides all hospital services in Grants Pass. This modern facility includes a 24 hour, full service emergency room, 125 beds, a family birthing center with 800+ births annually, and an adjacent cancer center.
Our physicians continue to be instrumental in evolving health care at the local, regional, and national level. Grants Pass Clinic has been a Patient Centered Primary Care Medical Home (PCPCH) certified clinic since 2011 and has achieved the State’s highest 5-Star designation. In May 2016, we were the national recipient of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services Comprehensive Primary Care Champion Award for the State of Oregon.
We are actively engaged in the integration of cost-effective comprehensive medical, mental, and dental health services for patients in our rural area through innovative efforts. These are exciting times to be a primary care provider in Southern Oregon! We would love to discuss these endeavors with applicants who resonate with what we are co-creating in our region.
Grants Pass is located on the Wild and Scenic Rogue River. The area is renowned for its whitewater rafting and fly fishing. A wide variety of recreational and cultural opportunities exist for the entire family. Southern Oregon’s best known features include the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, the Britt Music Festival in Jacksonville, and Oregon Caves National Monument. We are one hour north of the California border, and within two hours of Redwood National Park, Crater Lake National Park, and the Oregon coast. Our four-season climate most closely resembles that of the temperate Napa Valley and the surrounding area is fast developing its own reputation as wine country. The long season not only produces fine wines, but also provides ample opportunity for golfing, tennis, hiking, and camping. Grants Pass has a vibrant city recreation program and many beautiful local parks to enjoy.