This role involves both direct patient care as well as administrative time to perform department supervision.
Assumes direct responsibility for the health care of children and adolescents, including well-baby visits, physical exams, and frequently occurring acute illnesses and chronic diseases of children.
Provides ambulatory preventative medical services in accordance with community national Standard of Practice, AAP and DHHS guidelines.
Provides treatment for acute and chronic medical conditions according to AAP standards.
Provides ambulatory medical services for acute, chronic conditions as well as preventive services and health education to adolescents in our Teen Clinic in accordance with AAP and community guidelines.
Creates or reviews all clinical and workflow protocols
Provides leadership clinical vision in the development of culturally competent care in the areas of emerging or existing need for pediatrics and adolescent services, such as obesity and asthma.
Support process improvement initiatives that enhance Team-Based Care and PCMH recognition.
Works with Nurse Clinic Managers to maintain the quality performance of medical assistants and efficient clinic flow
Shares responsibility with other administrators for yearly departmental audits including Section 330 Grant, Medi-Cal, CHDP, UDS, and HEDIS audits by individual health plans. When deficiencies are encountered, it is responsible for oversight of the corrective action required for compliance.
Is responsible for maintaining provider staffing ratios in the department as set forth in the annual budget and when there is staff turn over, is responsible to recruit and interview replacement staff.
Maintains the Pediatric and Teen Clinic schedules (opening/closing) and assures they are opened per staffing availability
Provides all clinical services as described above depending on organizational needs across all sites including satellite clinics.
Provides clinical consultation by telephone to midlevel providers at satellite clinics.
Is responsible for ADP/Payroll requirements for all direct reports bi-monthly and as needed for grant funding allocation to payroll
Coordinates collaborations with community organizations, as they arise, currently including Breath California and SFCD as examples
May be assigned to other departmental or clinic wide l projects as assigned by the Medical Director.
· Valid California Medical License and current DEA license.
· Board certified or Board eligible and residency training in Pediatrics.
· Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Outlook, Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer.
· Experience with Practice Management Systems and Electronic Health Record Systems.
Tools and Equipment
· General office equipment, fax, copier, printer, phone, and computer.
Confidential and Sensitive Information
· Knowledge of and sensitivity to working with diverse cultures/communities.
· Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality when dealing with patient records and personal information.
· Bilingual in Spanish/English required.
Internal Number: 10.18.19
About Mission Neighborhood Health Center
Mission Neighborhood Health Center (MNHC), a non-profit, multi-site community federally qualified health clinic located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission and Excelsior districts is seeking a Chief Financial Officer. This is a unique opportunity to join a supportive and collaborative executive team with a high level of job satisfaction.
MNHC offers primary care in adult medicine, pediatrics, family planning, OB/GYN, HIV and homeless services to largely underserved, immigrant Latino Spanish-speaking patients.