Are you looking for a rewarding position that not only offers great benefits but an opportunity to give back to the community? Come join the Parktree Community Health Center Team!
Parktree Community Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center, FQHC, that provides comprehensive and integrative medical, dental, and behavioral health services to the local community in the Pomona and Ontario areas.
Job Summary: The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is a key member of the executive management team and provides leadership on the provision of high quality primary care services to the patients and families of the health center. He/she leads the clinical team and serves as a role model for excellence in clinical care.
Provides leadership and oversight of the health service programs including direct supervision of the providers and other clinical staff.
Promotes the principles of health care integration and the Patient Centered Medical Home.
Leads the clinical quality improvement activities and ensures appropriate goals are set for all indicators.
Reviews and utilizes clinical data to drive quality improvement activities and need for ongoing staff education.
In collaboration with the Chief Dental Officer, Director of Behavioral Health conduct monthly clinician meeting to address new trends in clinical practice, changes in regulation/billing or local clinical programs.
Leads the Peer Review process and ensures all findings are reviewed with the staff
Oversees the Credentialing and Privileging process for the licensed staff
Oversees the relationships with reference labs including but not limited to Quest Diagnostics, LabCorp and PVHMC
Serves as Lab Director for CLIA waived testing services and oversees staff performing venipuncture
Oversees the 340b Drug Program and serves as Director of Pharmacy for dispensary
Ensures the proper and timely documentation of clinical records, and medical billing of the Provider staff
Attends clinical roundtable meetings of primary care associations and serves as a community resource
Mentors new clinicians
Maintains confidentiality and security of Protected Health Information.
Job Qualifications and Skills:
Graduation from a college or university accredited by the American Medical Association.
Requires active MD or DO license in the State of California with no pending or previous disciplinary actions.
Board certification in field of medicine
Must possess current DEA license and CPR certification (BCLS/ACLS).
Ability to: analyze and use data for problem solving, multitask and prioritize projects, work independently and/or in a team collaborative setting.
Excellent customer service, leadership and motivational skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Productivity goal: 8.5 per four hour session
Provides direct patient care with dignity, respect and in a culturally competent manner
The CMO serves in both an administrative (60%) and clinical role (40%).
Comprehensive Employee Benefits including:
Comprehensive Medical/Dental/Vision benefits for Full-Time employees
Paid holidays, vacation, sick and personal time
Continuing Education Benefits, Tuition and Licensure Reimbursement and more
To apply please submit your resume (in PDF or Word Format).
Parktree Community Health Center (PCHC) is an equal opportunity employer. PCHC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, veteran's status, medical condition or disability, religion, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, or sexual orientation in accordance with all applicable requirements of Federal and State laws.
Internal Number: 001
About Parktree Community Health Center
The Parktree Community Health Center (PCHC) is a 501(c)(3) Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing comprehensive primary care medical services to the underserved population of Pomona and the surrounding areas. PCHC was founded in 1995 as the “Pomona Clinic Coalition” by Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and other local healthcare providers in response to the burgeoning indigent and working poor population in the eastern end of Los Angeles County and to address the region’s lack of adequate public health infrastructure. PCHC was incorporated in 2005, received its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status in 2007 and was awarded the Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status in 2014.
PCHC provides comprehensive, integrated primary care health services to the individuals and families at the eastern end of Los Angeles County and the Western areas of San Bernardino. Through integration we offer a coordinated approach to physical, behavioral and oral health! Physical health services offered include: adult care, pediatrics (well-child exams, sports physicals, back to school physicals), cancer screening, immunizations, reproductive health, prenatal care, homeless care, case ma...nagement, and chronic disease management. Behavioral health services include: counseling for individuals and families and medication management for those in need. Our oral health division provides many services including screenings, prophylaxis, sealants/fluorides and treatment for caries and other problems.