Oregon Medical Group Management Association

Current Open Positions

  • 10/18/2017 8:55 PM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: The Surgery Center of Southern Oregon
    Date Posted: 10/18/17
    City: Medford
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Executive Director
    Type of Position: Full Time
    Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree

    Description & Details:

    Surgery Center of Southern Oregon (SCSO) is seeking an experienced Executive Director.  This chief executive role is responsible for all financial and operational aspects of this leading ambulatory surgery center. The Executive Director reports to the SCSO Board and works collaboratively with the Medical Director.  Reporting directly to the Executive Director are six seasoned managers.

    SCSO was founded in 1997 in Medford, Oregon and today is one of the largest and most successful multi-specialty surgery centers in the Pacific Northwest.   SCSO is owned by independent physician practices and Asante Health System.  SCSO is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.

    The successful candidate will be an operationally skilled, strategically focused Executive Director with excellent financial, leadership and interpersonal skills. 

    Position requirements include:

    • Five or more years’ experience as a director within an ambulatory surgery center setting or as an administrator of a surgical practice or related healthcare organization
    •  Bachelor’s degree in business, management or related discipline or the equivalent in education and experience

    Position preferences include:

    • A Master’s degree in business, management or related discipline or the equivalent in education and experience, is not required but is preferred
    • Certified Ambulatory Surgery Center Certification (CASC) from the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) or Fellow from the American College of Healthcare Executives is preferred

    For additional information about the Surgery Center of Southern Oregon please refer to www.sosurgi.com

    How to Apply / Contact

    Rudd Johnson
    Crown Hill Consulting/Executive Search

    Karen Herwig
    Crown Hill Consulting/Executive Search

  • 10/18/2017 8:33 PM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: Columbia Memorial Hospital
    Date Posted: 10/18/17
    City: Astoria
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Patient Financial Services Department Manager
    Type of Position: Full Time
    Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree

    Description & Details:

    Columbia Memorial Hospital, located in the beautiful and historic North Oregon coastal town of Astoria, Oregon, seeks a forward-thinking individual to join our Patient Financial Services Team as a Patient Financial Services Department Manager. Under the general direction of the Revenue Cycle Director, the PFS Manager provides direction, support, and oversight of the billing, cash posting, and collector functions. This position is responsible for performance management of the PFS staff and maintains staffing, workload assignments, and team performance levels to industry benchmarks. Supervises the billing functions in accordance with hospital policy and works with third-party payers and patients to ensure timely recovery of outstanding accounts receivable. Ensures that department performance meets established benchmarks. Provides technical assistance to department personnel as well as delegates work. Assists Revenue Cycle Director with projects as needed. This position requires excellent management and supervisory skills that will facilitate timely resolution of sensitive collection issues. This position is vital to the delivery of people-centered care to our patients and community.

    Job Requirements
    Knowledge of/Skill/Ability to: Insurance billing in hospital/clinic setting; medical terminology. Excellent customer service skills. General office practices and procedures, computer applications required, P/C and hospital systems, supervisory skills, communication skills, ability to multi-task.

    Education and/or Experience
    Five years’ previous experience in hospital billing or medical office preferred. Two years’ supervisory experience. Bachelor’s degree required.

    The mission of Columbia Memorial Hospital is to provide excellence, leadership and compassion in the enhancement of health for those we serve. CMH is an Independent, Non-Profit, Planetree Designated Hospital. 

    Astoria is a small scenic town located on the North Coast of Oregon, nestled between the mountains and the mouth of the mighty Columbia River. Although it is the oldest settlement west of the Mississippi, Astoria is a family–oriented community that boasts an eclectic mixture of restaurants on the river, coffee shops, bakeries, micro-breweries and locally owned boutiques. We enjoy a thriving local arts scene and numerous festivals throughout the year. Opportunities for outdoor activities abound and include hiking, camping, fishing, kiteboarding and surfing; for those who enjoy winter sports, there are four ski resorts within a 3-hour drive.

    For more information, please visit:
    www.planetree.org www.travelastoria.com

    How to Apply / Contact

    To apply or view our other opportunities, please visit:

  • 10/05/2017 4:09 PM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: Siskiyou Community Health Center
    Date Posted: 10/05/17
    City: Grants Pass
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Chief Dental Officer
    Type of Position: Full Time
    Education Requirement: DDS, DMD

    Description & Details:


    Siskiyou Community Health Center is currently recruiting for a Chief Dental Officer (CDO).  The CDO is responsible for aligning oral health services and related administrative procedures with the organization's strategic objectives to optimize the delivery of high quality oral health care.  This position will work four (4) ten (10) hour days; with three (3) days in clinic seeing patients and one (1) day dedicated to administrative duties. 


    • Graduation from an accredited school of dentistry with a DMD or DDS degree.  Current Oregon Dental License and DEA licensure in good standing.
    • Two (2) years professional clinical experience in family or general practice dentistry or one (1) year hospital-case residency training.
    • Three (3) years managerial experience with strong leadership abilities and senior level partnering medical/dental setting or healthcare insurance organization; of a combination of equivalent education and work experience.
    • Supervises, organizes, schedules and provides direction and leadership for the delivery of high quality oral health care.
    • Participates, prepares, implements and maintains oral health care plans in response to the most critical needs and problems of our patients.
    • Provides supervision and support including training and performance evaluations of dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants.
    • Ensures dental providers are providing culturally competent care.
    • Ensures regulatory compliance as required (e.g. HIPAA, OSHA, Office of Performance Reviews (OPR}, etc.)
    • Provides oversight and management of the day-to-day clinical care of patients
    • Experience in a community or migrant health center (FQHC) setting, including experience with practice management systems.

    We offer all the advantages you would expect from an industry leader including a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including medical, vacation and sick pay, matching 403(b), and much more.

    How to Apply / Contact

    If you would like to be part of a team that is committed to making a difference by providing quality patient care, we would like to meet you to discuss our current openings. To apply, submit a cover letter along with your resume to resumes@siskiyouhealthcenter.com.

    Siskiyou Community Health Center is an alcohol and drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Offers of employment are contingent on successful completion of drug and background screenings.  Please note we follow Federal Guidelines regarding prohibited substances, even for those legal at the state level. 

    Based in the growing Southern Oregon community of Grants Pass, Siskiyou Community Health Center is a primary care medical home designed to treat and care for the medical needs of the entire family. Operating on a sliding scale and offering services ranging from general medical care, behavioral health services and an on-site pharmacy, to dental needs and community Outreach, Siskiyou focuses on the under-served and often uninsured sector of the Rogue Valley.  Siskiyou has two medical facilities, a dental facility, and three School-Based Health Centers operating from within all three schools in the Illinois Valley.  Striving for excellence, Siskiyou seeks to identify and provide care for the primary health needs of our community in a professional and compassionate manner. 

    To learn more about Siskiyou Community Health Center, please visit our website at: www.siskiyouhealthcenter.com.    

  • 10/02/2017 12:44 PM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: The Portland Clinic
    Date Posted: 10/02/17
    City: Portland
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Branch Manager - 1154
    Type of Position: Exempt
    Education Requirement: High School Diploma

    Description & Details:

    JOB TITLE: Branch Manager 
    HOURS PER WEEK: Exempt
    DEPARTMENT: Administration

    The following information is designed to outline the essential functions and position requirements of this job. It does not identify all tasks that may be expected, nor address the performance standards that must be maintained.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION: Responsible for planning, directing, coordination and controlling all operations and activities of the Branch within the scope of the policies and procedures for The Portland Clinic (TPC).


    1. Act as a liaison between Administrative office and branch.*
    2. Collaborate with Branch Medical Directors on an ongoing basis as needed.*
    3. Work with physicians and staff to continually promote quality patient care.*
    4. Maintain working knowledge of current clinic and branch policies and procedures.*
    5. Communicate all updated information to the Branch physicians and staff.*
    6. Conduct staff/physicians meetings on a regular basis.*
    7. Co-manage Nursing staff with Nursing Supervisor handling day-to-day problems and concerns.*
    8. Communicate necessary feedback to Nursing Supervisor for evaluation and performance appraisals. 
    9. Work with Nursing Supervisor and/or Front Office Coordinator to provide vacation/sick coverage.
    10. Problem solve with physicians on Branch issues and Clinic issues.*
    11. Participate in any physician/staff meetings unless attendance is not required.*
    12. Responsible for building and maintaining physician schedules in Epic and assuring adequate coverage at all times.*
    13. Provide a leadership role for medical and non-medical staff.*
    14. Promote Branch within the community by attending and/or joining appropriate groups.
    15. Provide any statistical information required by branch physicians or Administration.*
    16. Open and close building as needed.
    17. Provides second interviews for potential Branch employees whenever possible.
    18. Maintain overall responsibility and accountability for all Branch operations.*
    19. Coordinate the purchasing of equipment, supplies and services required to operate the branch as defined by Clinic parameters and utilizing Clinic resources.
    20. Attend professional meetings and seminars to enhance management skills as approved by Administration.
    21. Maintain regular communication with CEO and COO regarding relevant information, advice and assistance in order to carry out responsibilities.*
    22. Assist Maintenance as needed to oversee and maintain building systems.*
    23. Attend Supervisor meetings, timely reporting of all pertinent information to Branch staff.
    24. Promote good morale and strive to create good will utilizing problem solving techniques and staff involvement.*
    25. Respond to complex patient correspondence, telephone complaints and on-site complaints.*
    26. Carry out other duties and responsibilities as directed by Administration.
    27. Attend work regularly.*
    28. Work respectfully and collaboratively in a team environment with a spirit of cooperation.*
    29. Participate as an active team member in a patient-centered medical home
    30. Other duties as assigned: Quality Control, Marketing, etc...

    EDUCATION REQUIRED: High School Diploma

    EDUCATION PREFERRED: Bachelors Degree in a related field


    • Experience in healthcare management
    • Values team success
    • Compassionate, patient, tactful, diplomatic, sociable, well organized, thorough, and independent
    • Shows an interest in taking action to increase his/her knowledge and development as an employee Contributes to an environment where people feel valued
    • Keyboarding skills
    • Electronic Health Record competency
    • Proficiency in medical software and Microsoft Windows
    • Organizational skills and ability to prioritize work flow
    • Oral communication skills and excellent phone etiquette with an ability to convey and receive information via the telephone
    • Competency in language, grammar, and spelling
    • Ability to interact and establish a good rapport with people over the telephone and in person, often in stressful situations
    • Capability of effectively working on more than one task without a reduction in the quality of work and service performed
    • Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations and to work under pressure
    • Ability to accept responsibility and use initiative to proceed with necessary tasks without direct supervision
    • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients and staff 

    How to Apply / Contact

    Please visit our website: https://www.theportlandclinic.com/careers

  • 10/02/2017 2:14 AM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: Dermatology Clinic, PC
    Date Posted: 10/01/17
    City: Salem
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Administrator
    Type of Position: Full-Time
    Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree

    Description & Details:

    Healthcare Administrator 

    The Dermatology Clinic, PC, has been in practice for over 60 years and is home to an extraordinary group of providers and staff.  We are looking for a dynamic and highly skilled Healthcare Administrator. This practice is not only the ideal place for patients, it’s a great place to work! You will work in a first-rate medical practice with experienced medical professionals. Our 5 physicians and 4 PA’s are passionate about providing excellence in patient services and dermatological care. We currently have two locations, Salem and Wilsonville, and will also be in Keizer in January. The Healthcare Administrator will receive a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health and vision insurance, top rated retirement plan, cosmetic services, paid time off, paid holidays and paid CE. 

    The Healthcare Administrator is responsible for overall direction and performance of the practice. They are responsible for overseeing and directing all clinic operations and personnel. Insuring cost-effective, efficient management of clinic operations while promoting an environment of teamwork and cooperation among staff and physicians. 

    Responsibilities include: 

    1. Management & Leadership
    2. Operations & Human Resources
    3. Regulatory Compliance
    4. Financial & Corporate Tax Needs
    5. Marketing
    6. Credentialing & Contracting 

    The Dermatology Clinic, PC provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Company complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the Company has facilities..

    How to Apply / Contact


  • 09/26/2017 4:34 AM | Debbie Anderson (Administrator)
    Organization: The Children's Clinic
    Date Posted: 09/26/17
    City: Portland
    State: Oregon
    Country: United States
    Primary Category: Practice Administrator
    Type of Position: Full-Time
    Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree

    Description & Details:

    The Children’s Clinic (TCC), a team of pediatric physicians and providers that take pride in providing the highest quality pediatric care, is looking for a dynamic and highly driven Practice Administrator. This multi-site thirty provider practice is not only the ideal place for patients, it’s a great place to work! The people of the practice are passionate about providing world class patient-centered pediatric care. The Practice Administrator will receive a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, retirement plan, paid time-off, and paid holidays.

    The Practice Administrator provides the necessary management expertise in the overall planning, organization, financial direction and control of TCC. The Practice Administrator is responsible for implementation of all operational policies and procedures in support of the goals and objectives of TCC.

    Job accountabilities include:

    Administration and Finance Personnel Management
    Operations Management
    Management Controls

    Business Development

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting or Healthcare Administration. Master’s preferred. Financial/Managerial accounting knowledge with strengths in Human Resources and Clinic Management.

    Experience: Minimum five years of health care management experience of at least senior-management level. Familiarity with EMR systems and practice management software, including reporting and analytics.

    How to Apply / Contact

    Kelly Neil - kneil@aldrichadvisors.com

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