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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:

  • Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology
  • Cardiology & Cardiac Electrophysiology
  • Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
  • Geriatrics & Palliative Care
  • Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition
  • 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, clerical staff, compliance, credentialing, customer support, 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.

Human Resources
4498 Main Street, Suite 23
Amherst, NY 14226

hr@ubmdim.com

To apply:

Click Here for the Employment Application PDF.  Please include the specific position you are applying for and your salary requirements.  Complete the form online and submit it, OR print & fax to 716.961.9910, OR email to hr@ubmdim.com.  Remember to include your resume, which will need to be sent separately if submitting the application online. 

Due to the high volume of applicants, you will be contacted only if selected for an interview.  Please note that any offer of employment is contingent upon background check and drug screen.  AA/EOE

Job Openings

HOSPITALISTS (Downtown Buffalo)
UBMD Internal Medicine is the clinical practice plan affiliated with the University at Buffalo’s Department of Medicine.  UB’s Department of Medicine seeks highly motivated and experienced board-certified or board-eligible internists interested in academic careers combining inpatient care with teaching.  The successful hospitalist will be appointed at the rank of clinical assistant/associate professor.  The hospitalist will be part of a patient-centered team dedicated to providing compassionate care to a diverse vulnerable population while teaching and supervising residents and students.  For more information and to apply, visit the Department of Medicine's Employment Opportunities page.  This position is for MDs and all applications must be made via the UB Employment Opportunities page only.
LPN's - Specialty Clinics (Downtown Buffalo & Williamsville)
Full time LPN's (2) needed for specialty clinics.  Pediatric experience (Buffalo location only) and/or specialty experience helpful.  Must demonstrate ability to multi-task in a team environment.  EMR experience required.  Minimum 2 years of clinic experience.  Valid NYS LPN license.  Please indicate which location you're interested in.
COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATOR
UBMD Internal Medicine is seeking a full-time Compliance Administrator (CA) to manage the compliance efforts of the medical practice.  The CA will be responsible for reviewing medical records for quality and comprehensive coding to ensure compliance with ICD-10-CM, CPT-4, HCPCS and HCC standards as well as payer regulations.  Will conduct internal compliance audits and reviews and respond to incidents of suspected compliance violations.  The CA will provide training and education to healthcare professionals on billing and coding.  CPC and/or CCS-P required.  Bachelor’s degree in healthcare related field preferred.  Excellent communication skills required, as well as strong attention-to-detail.  Minimum of 5 years’ experience in ICD-9&10, CPT-4 and HCC coding and billing, as well as Medicaid, Medicare and third party payers.  Experience in education and training of healthcare professionals required.  Must possess valid NYS driver’s license that meets company driving standards.
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MANAGER
UBMD Internal Medicine is seeking a full-time Quality Improvement Manager (QIM) to develop, implement, coordinate and monitor quality improvement processes and policies/procedures.  The QIM will be responsible for meeting and achieving the quality metrics and goals through provider communication and education on metrics and internal quality reports received and generated in both inpatient and outpatient settings.  Will ensure maximization of quality and risk-share incentives available from hospital partners, as well as tracking performance amongst providers.  Will serve as the liaison between hospital partners, medical practice and community resources.  The QIM will conduct research for other added-value incentive dollars and resources, as well as identify and address concerns that may impact receipt of incentive dollars.  Licensed NYS Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant preferred.  Minimum of Licensed NYS Registered Nurse required.  Minimum of 5-7 years of hospital-based clinical experience, as well as outpatient experience.  Experience in quality improvement and/or utilization review required.  Auditing experience required.  Excellent communication skills required, as well as creative and persistent problem-solving skills.  Must possess valid NYS driver’s license that meets company driving standards.

NURSE PRACTITIONER/PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT (Geriatric Division)

Full-time NP/PA for growing Geriatric division.  Will be responsible for providing daily management and coordination of post-acute care and long-term care for patients at skilled nursing facility in Lancaster.  Will be responsible to be part of rotating call schedule.  Current NYS license required.  Minimum of 2 years experience, preferably with geriatric patients and/or post-acute care setting.  Must have ability to work independently, be flexible, demonstrate judgment and initiative while operating during demanding situations.

NURSE PRACTITIONER/PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT - (Gastroenterology Division)

Full-time, will have outpatient clinics in Williamsville and at Conventus on the Medical Campus.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to: outpatient clinic activity, point of contact for referring physicians and maintaining quality data for the division.  Will be expected to participate in assessment and management of patient care as it relates to GI.  Will need to complete patient records in EMR system; handle urgent calls and tasks for physicians who are unavailable; communicate effectively/accurately with patients, families and physicians; collaborate with physician on designing and implementing appropriate plan of care for the patient or chooses appropriate treatment based on predetermined protocols; other clinical duties as assigned.

Must be a graduate of an accredited NP/PA program and have current NYS license.  Gastroenterology experience required.  EMR experience required.  Must have ability to work independently, be flexible, demonstrate judgment and initiative while operating during demanding situations.

OFFICE COORDINATOR (Buffalo)
Full-time Office Coordinator for busy primary care and specialty clinic at Conventus location on Medical Campus.  Responsible for oversight and maintenance of the front office including supervision of staff, directing/coordinating office services as well as developing and supervising programs for the maximum utilization of services and equipment.  Will ensure data entry of patient information is accurate for effective and efficient billing of services.  AAS degree required; Bachelor's degree preferred.  2 to 3 years of office management experience required, preferably in a health care setting.  Excellent organizational and communication skills required, as well as attention to detail.  Supervisory experience required.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Buffalo)
Minimum 2 years' clinical experience required.  Must possess excellent clinical and computer skills.  Experience with PFT's for Buffalo specialty clinic location preferred.  Experience in spirometries and A1C's for Williamsville primary care location preferred.
MEDICAL RECORDS CLERK (Williamsville)
Full time Medical Records Clerk for busy outpatient clinic in Williamsville.  Responsible for coordination of medical records, records requests and daily maintenance.  EMR experience required.  One year experience in medical field required, preferably in medical records.  Must have strong organizational and attention-to-detail skills.
PHYSICIAN RECRUITMENT
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