Come work for one of the region's premier physician group practices! We're seeking individuals who share our commitment to excellence and who desire a work environment offering:
Internal Medicine Physician Extender (NP/PA):
Work weekdays in an outpatient setting providing general adult Internal Medicine. Position available is in our Internal Medicine Department at our Pinehurst, NC office. No night, weekend, or call duties. Working under the supervision of the Internal Medicine physician, you will provide a broad range of adult Internal Medicine outpatient care following established standards and protocols. Previous Internal Medicine experience preferred.
NURSING DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES:
The Nursing Director of Clinical Services serves as a key member of the group’s senior management team. Under the supervision and direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Clinical Services Nursing Director is responsible for the oversight and management of nursing and ancillary services throughout the six practice sites in the organization, Corporate Compliance, OSHA oversight, development and implementation of clinical policies and procedures and working with the Human Resources Department in recruiting and selecting qualified clinical staff.
Certified Medical Coder:
Experienced Certified Medical Coder needed. Immediate opening, full time, AAPC or AHIMA certification required. Candidates need a minimum of 2 years prior work experience and a high degree of competency in this area. E&M auditing skills considered a plus.
Clinical Office Float Nurse (RN/LPN):
We have a full-time opportunity for a nurse who seeks to grow within our organization. This position requires flexibility and outpatient pulmonary experience. We encourage all RN’s and LPN’s with a valid NC license to apply.
Gastroenterology Clinic LPN:
We have a full-time opportunity for a Licensed Practical Nurse. All applicants with clinic experience will be considered. We encourage all LPN’s with a valid NC license to apply.
This position is responsible for obtaining insurance precertification for outpatient medical procedures, office visits, and inpatient admissions, verifying insurance coverage information and authorization requirements, monitoring physician schedules for changes, and answering patient inquires regarding insurance coverage. Candidates with previous clinical and/or precertification experience preferred. Excellent computer, communication, and customer service skills required.
This position provides advanced-level network design work, implementation, documentation, and troubleshooting with particular focus on network access connectivity. He/She also provides network services support at an advanced level to end users and other operational personnel. He/She presents design and product recommendations and configurations. The Analyst resolves network problems through research, network installation and customization, network administration and network management support, while monitoring the LAN/WAN network infrastructure. Some travel, overtime, and on-call duties.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.); three or more years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience – Cisco Certified Network Professional preferred. Medical office, Connect R interface, Cisco VOIP telephony administration, Cisco Call Manager troubleshooting, and LAN/WAN networking troubleshooting experience preferred.
Patient Accounts Representative:
This position is responsible for providing a personal and unified effort to assist patients with questions they may have regarding their accounts; providing a more comprehensive method of maintaining and monitoring patient accounts, specific accounts assignments and regular report analysis; handling telephone and walk-in inquires regarding billing and insurance related matters; assisting with coding and error resolutions; working accounts receivable on an as needed basis; preparing/approving any adjustments to accounts; handling changes in patient information related to registration information; conducting patient interviews; documenting and maintaining appropriate records for all transactions and inquires; handling all pre-certifications in regards to patient accounts analyzing reports and alerting management of any problems in a timely manner. Two years experience working in a busy medical office environment preferred. Medical terminology, excellent communication and customer service skills required.
Certified Medical Assistant:
The Pinehurst Medical Clinic is currently recruiting for a Certified Medical Assistant. This CMA position will be responsible for pre-authorizations, prescriptions, and will also provide support for the call center nursing staff. Our call center plays a critical role in taking care of our patients by working directly with our physicians and other nurses to determine appropriate care pathways. Previous clinical office experience preferred.
Patient Service Representative:
This position is responsible for scheduling patient appointments both in person and via the telephone, maintaining and coordinating physicians’ schedules and answering telephones. Two years experience working in a busy medical office environment preferred. Medical terminology, excellent communication and customer service skills required.
The Pinehurst Medical Clinic is seeking PRN Pharmacists to work in our Pharmacy at the Heather Glen facility in Pinehurst. Candidates for this position preferably should possess a firm grasp of pharmacy insurance coverage, good skills with pharmacy computer systems, and must have the ability to relate well with the public. Retail pharmacy experience is preferred.