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Where World-Class Medicine Meets Family-Centered Care

We bring the best community physicians together in a network that provides healthcare for children and expectant mothers from San Jose to the East Bay and Peninsula.

PCHA Open Positions

Help us deliver a superb service at Packard Children’s Health Alliance and we’ll encourage you to grow and develop into new roles that meet your personal and professional goals. Check out our latest opportunities and, if you find one that’s right for you, just email your resume to careers@stanfordchildrens.org. Know someone else who could contribute to, and thrive in, our team? Then please ask them to email their resumes to the same address. 

(Openings as of October 18, 2018)

 

 

 

 

Medical Assistant II 

Redwood City - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

Palo Alto - Full- time, benefited (Clinic Information)

San Jose - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

Los Gatos - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

San Jose - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

San Mateo - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

Burlingame - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

This position includes performing clerical duties required to complete patient check-in and check-out, front desk activities, and a variety of routine administrative, clerical and technical support services which will assist medical and nursing staff in the examination and treatment of patients. Additionally, you will be responsible for taking vital signs, giving injections, performing simple diagnostic tests, collecting specimens, drawing blood, sterilizing and cleaning equipment, and maintaining exam rooms and supplies. 

Qualifications: To qualify, you must have a High School diploma/equivalent, completion of a recognized MA training program, 1 year of progressively responsible and directly related work experience and CPR certification.  When needed, must have the ability to travel to different clinic locations.

Apply: Email your resume to careers@stanfordchildrens.org.

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Administrative Assistant 

Menlo Park Administration - Full-time, benefited

This position will provide administrative support to the Chief Operating Officer and other members of PCHA Administration. Responsibilities include a wide range of support such as arranging appointments, meetings and travel, maintaining the COO's calendar, serving as liaison as appropriate for activities between network physicians and their office staff, PCHA, LPCH and PMG boards and Stanford School of Medicine (SOM), and coordinating the completion of and maintaining the general files of all legal documents governing the relationships with the physicians in the network.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates will have an HS diploma (technical administrative support education preferred) and a minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible, directly related work experience with executive level administrative support.  Experience in a healthcare environment preferred.

Apply: Email your resume to careers@stanfordchildrens.org.

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Sonographer

North Bay - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

The Cardiac Sonographer performs outpatient transthoracic echocardiograms in neonates and other pediatric patients using ultrasound technology. By gathering diagnostic images and other medical data, the Cardiac Sonographer assists the cardiologist in reaching a medical diagnosis and treatment plan. The Cardiac Sonographer is responsible for ensuring that the echocardiography equipment is functional and ready for use.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates must be a Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS) from American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, with an emphasis in Pediatric Echocardiography and have completed the necessary CME required for current three-year licensing period. Ideally, candidates will have two to five years of experience working in a high volume pediatric echocardiography laboratory.

Apply: Email your resume to careers@stanfordchildrens.org.

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Practice Manager CPMC

CPMC - Full-time, benefited

The Practice Manager will be responsible for the overall operations, growth, development and success of designated medical practices, including service excellence, scheduling, operations, finance, billing, EMR, human resources, physician organization and communication, efficiency and profitability improvements, strategic planning, practice management and development/marketing. In this high visibility role, you will have frequent interactions with the general public, patients, physicians and staff, and as such, will serve as a general information resource and ambassador to all.

Qualifications: To qualify, you must have a minimum of 3 years of experience in healthcare, business management, clinical services or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and/or work experience. Additionally, this role requires an understanding of medical clinic operations, compliance and quality requirements related to the provision of health care services, the ability to contribute to health care policy formulation when working in partnership with a multi-disciplinary team of health care providers, and demonstrated success working with physicians in existing relationships and developing new ones. The ability to operate collaboratively across all functions and levels in the Medical Group, PCHA, the Stanford community and externally is necessary, as are highly developed leadership abilities, strong communication skills, a reputation for entrepreneurial spirit, and a background in both financial management and the latest process improvement tools. A Bachelor's degree is preferred.

Apply: Email your resume to careers@stanfordchildrens.org.

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Licensed Vocational Nurse

Los Gatos - Part-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

Burlingame - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

Los Altos - Part-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

The LVN functions as a liaison between the patient and physician. This position provides general education and nursing care to patients via telephone and in person.  Responds to and resolves patient/family questions and needs within scope of practice, triages according to approved protocols and schedules patients as appropriate, ensuring appointment preferences are given to patients in emergency situations. The selected candidate will also prepare, administer and record ordered medications and injections; obtain patient histories; take vital signs; maintain medical records and a safe, clean, orderly environment; and obtain insurance prior authorization as needed; collect and send specimens; process requests for prescription refills; and mentor new staff.

Qualifications: Requires graduation from an accredited program in vocational nursing, at least 3 years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience, CA LVN license and current CPR certification. Must have good customer service, prioritization, organization, planning, collaboration, problem solving and verbal/written communication skills.

Apply: Email your resume to careers@stanfordchildrens.org.

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