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UBMD Internal Medicine is one of 18 medical practices in the UBMD Physicians’ Group. Our physicians are internists first, certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine to treat adult patients. Our specialists are certified in the primary sub-specialties associated with Internal Medicine, specifically:
- Cardiology/Cardiac Electrophysiology
- Geriatrics/Palliative Care
- Infectious Diseases
- Internal Medicine-Pediatrics (Children & Adult Medicine)
- Nephrology Medicine
- Pulmonology/Critical Care/Sleep Medicine
Our physicians are also professors, in the University at Buffalo’s Department of Medicine, teaching the next generation of physicians. Lastly, they are researchers investigating treatments for unsolved medical problems.
Our healthcare team includes Physician Assistants (PAs), Nurse Practitioners (NPs), Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs), Medical Assistants, Technicians and Echocardiographers, among others.
Our administrative staff includes medical billers, accountants, information technology personnel, administrative assistants, human resource personnel, medical student/housestaff coordinators for the residency program, file clerks, receptionists, office managers, business developers, operations analysts, marketing staff, and others.
We offer our employees:
A positive work environment in which to meet your career goals.
Modern offices, equipment and technology.
Competitive and comprehensive benefits.
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4498 Main Street, Suite 23
Amherst, NY 14226
|DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL OPERATIONS||October 13, 2014||November 21, 2014|
The Director of Clinical Operations (DCO) will provide day-to-day oversight of clinical operations and staffing, as well as clinical supervision such as quality assurance, staff trainings and clinical support for incentive programs. The DCO will ensure that all health care services offered meet or exceed organizational expectations. Essential functions include overall supervision of all outpatient clinic office coordinators/managers and clinical supervisors, working closely with the Director of Business Operations and Vice Chair of Clinical Operations (VCCO) to identify areas of weakness, making recommendations and modifications appropriate to improve and streamline processes and workflows. Will work closely with the VCCO in all aspects of clinical operations in identifying needs, resources, improvements and processes. Will collaborate with the Quality Coordinator on incentive programs. Will collaborate with the VCCO and Director of Business Operations regarding clinical information, staffing, etc. to support contracting strategies, new physician recruitment, business plans, space planning, etc. Monitors and evaluates appropriateness of facility quality control plans and practices. Will work with Director of Clinical Systems on development, maintenance and issues related to EMR. Owner of process improvement to ensure optimization of patient workflow. Collaborates with Director of Clinical Systems and/or Director of Revenue Cycle Management on billing efficiencies. Responsible for implementing, revising and updating SOPs, policies, etc. for each site and educating staff to changes and revisions annually or as needed. Participates in the planning, development, coordination and presentation of specific training and educational programs as appropriate to the quality assurance needs of the clinic and organization. Ensures that all clinics are OSHA compliant. Provides skill competency testing for clinic staff. Assists clinics with staff and physician schedules as needed and ensuring that schedules are optimized. REQUIREMENTS: Licensed LPN or RN required. Must have administrative and managerial experience in a health care setting. Minimum two years' experience with health care delivery and staff management, preferably in a clinic setting. Must have strong initiative. Must be organized and able to effectively multi-task. Excellent communication skills required. Must demonstrate leadership and change management abilities. AA/EOE
|CALL CENTER OPERATOR||October 2, 2014||October 31, 2014|
UBMD Internal Medicine is seeking a FULL TIME Call Center Operator for our busy outpatient clinic in Amherst. Will answer incoming calls in a professional and courteous manner at all times. Must be able to distribute the calls to appropriate clinics or handle independently. Act as resource to call for all providers' schedules. Deliver strong customer service to each incoming caller. Must have ABOVE AVERAGE customer service and communication skills. Minimum 2-3 years' customer service experience, preferably in a call center and/or health care setting. Must be able to work independently. Strong CGM (or relevant) experience with scheduling. Must possess excellent organizational, multi-tasking and communication skills. Send resume and salary requirements with completed application, per above instructions to email@example.com. AA/EO
|MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT (MOA)||October 1, 2014||October 31, 2014|
UBMD Internal Medicine is seeking a FULL TIME MOA for our pediatric and adult medicine clinic. Would be responsible for handling both clinical and clerical duties. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Completed MA or MOA training required. Experience in medical field preferred. Send resume and salary requirements with completed application, per above instructions to firstname.lastname@example.org. AA/EO
|NURSE PRACTITIONER/PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT||September 10, 2014||October 31, 2014|
UBMD Internal Medicine is seeking a full time NP or PA for a Transitional Care Coordinator (TCC) position. TCC will manage and facilitate transition of care for selected inpatients at Buffalo General Medical Center and promote timely access to needed care in an effort to reduce hospital readmissions. The TCC will meet patients in the hospital prior to discharge, contact them by phone after discharge and oftentimes see them for an initial visit in the outpatient department to aid in the transition process to outpatient services and continuity of clinical care. The TCC will work closely with UBMD Internal Medicine attending physicians and be involved in quality improvement activities. Current NYS NP/PA license, minimum 2 years’ experience w/healthcare delivery. Send resume with completed application above to email@example.com. AA/EOE
|LPN OR MEDICAL ASSISTANT – SCRIBE||August 19, 2014||October 31, 2014|
UBMD Internal Medicine seeking FULL TIME LPN or experienced MA to act as medical scribe for busy outpatient clinic in Amherst. Responsible for entering room with attending to complete notes, enter orders, enter medication changes or renewals during patient visit. Must have current LPN license or completed MA training. Minimum of two years’ clinical experience, preferably as a scribe. Must possess excellent clinical and computer skills. EMR experience required. Send resume and salary requirements with completed application, per above instructions. AA/EOE.
|SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT||October 3, 2014||November 3, 2014|
UBMD Internal Medicine is seeking a FULL TIME Senior Administrative Assistant (SAA) to support Division Chief of Geriatrics & Palliative Medicine. Responsibilities to include organizational policies and procedures, resolving administrative problems/inquiries and overall general administrative support to all physicians within the division. Will maintain Division Chief's calendar, as well as clinical and research databases. Work with Clinical Trials Office to coordinate site visits and submission of documents to the IRB. Manage Division Chief's manuscripts and publications and ensure CV is current on website. Assist with preparation of grant opportunities as well as itineraries for visiting professors. Coordinate travel arrangements for Division Chief. Coordinate and attend departmental, business and administrative meetings which will include preparation of agendas, minutes, action logs, etc. Send resume and salary requirements with completed application, per above instructions to firstname.lastname@example.org. AA/EO