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• Full-Time Referral Navigator
The Referral Navigator will obtain appointments for patients requiring specialized medical care and/or testing not provided at the Centers. This position requires face-to-face interaction with patients while coordinating times, dates, and financing for specialty appointments or testing deemed necessary by the medical provider.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Meeting with patients on a daily basis acting as an intermediary to obtain dates and financing for specialty services by contacting specialty offices and setting appointments.

Providing medical records, request forms or orders to specialty providers via fax or other methods to provide an accurate and timely record of the patient’s past medical history, medications, and reason for referral.

Educating patients regarding basic requirements for testing procedures such as CT scans, plain film studies, and MRIs
Track appointments/referrals made via EMR and record them in the proper locations.

Works with Case Managers to assist patients with travel, counseling, and other special needs.

Promotes Patient-Centered Medical Home and contributes to the development of policies and procedures.

Works with PCMH to provide an individualized assessment of patient’s educational needs and provide the knowledge and tools so the patients can manage their health effectively.

Participates in all required PHCC, OSHA, and Emergency Preparedness training.

Follow up with outside providers to ensure patient compliance with appointments.

Participates in helping the provider meet all meaningful use criteria.

Receive all testing results for purposes of tracking.

Demonstrate initiative, ability to work with others, professional judgment, and effectively perform other duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Experience, Skills, and Licensure/Registration:
Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word programs

Working knowledge of basic medical terminology

Working knowledge of medical office processes and ability to maintain strict patient confidentiality

Referral experience/medical office experience desirable.

Experience with electronic medical record systems

Working Conditions:
The Referral Navigator will spend the majority of his/her time in an ordinary medical office environment and will have direct patient contact.

While performing the duties of this job, the Referral Navigator is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hear; stand and walk, and occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distant vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Rossville or Trenton sites.
Monday – Friday schedule
Paid holidays and PTO accrual
Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance available

Please send resume to tardyd@primaryhealthcarecenter.org



• Family Practice Physician/Chief Medical Officer
The Family Practice Physician/Medical Director provides pediatric and adult medical care and treatment in a clinic setting and has full and complete authority for all preventative, diagnostic, treatment, and referral care rendered by the health care professionals working under the auspices of the Center.  The Medical Director serves as the Center’s principal physician and administers medical services at Primary Healthcare Centers Supervises (or delegates) physicians, mid-levels and clinical support staff,

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Board-certified / eligible in a primary care specialty
Medical Degree from an accredited college of medicine
Administrative, supervisory experience; 5 years preferred

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Georgia Medical License
Board Certified / eligible in a primary care specialty
Valid Driver’s license
ACLS Certified

Email CV to  allend@primaryhealthcarecenter.org and for full job description

• Family Practice Physician
Reports To -Chief Medical Officer
The Family Practice Physician provides pediatric and adult medical care and treatment in a clinic setting and has full and complete authority for all preventative, diagnostic, treatment, and referral care rendered by the health care professionals working under the auspices of the Center.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Board-certified / eligible in a primary care specialty
Medical Degree from an accredited college of medicine
Completion of an accredited residency program in family practice or internal medicine

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Georgia Medical License
Board Certified / eligible in a primary care specialty
Valid Driver’s license
ACLS Certified

Please email CV to allend@primaryhealthcarecenter.org and for a full job description
 
Students
Primary Healthcare Centers has agreements with several educational institutions. Medical students, interns and others who are interested in working at Primary Healthcare Centers should contact Sandy Matheson at mathesons@primaryhealthcarecenter.org or 706-620-4494 Ext 8322.
 

Workforce Development
Primary Healthcare Centers has teamed up with a number of health agencies to create a rural workforce development program. Housing can be arranged and students will have the opportunity to work closely with medical staff to enrich learning and provide a greater understanding of what it means to practice in a rural and underserved area.
 

Vacant Positions
Vacant positions will be posted and updated on a regular basis.
In addition, Primary Healthcare Centers accepts resumes and CVs throughout the year. You can fax them to 706-866-5512 or email them to info@primaryhealthcarecenter.org.

National Health Service Corp: Medical or dental clinicians interested in applying for an NHSC loan repayment should contact Diana Allen, CEO, at 706-620-4494.

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This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number H80CS00649 Health Center Cluster. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS, OR THE U.S. Government.

Primary Healthcare Centers is an FTCA (Federal Tort Claims Act) deemed facility.

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