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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 May 16, 2018)

 

 

 

 

Medical Assistant II 

San Jose - 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 career s@stanfordchildrens.org.

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Medical Assistant II - Float Pool

Menlo Park - Full- time, benefited (Clinic Information)

The Medical Assistant II – Float Pool will travel, based on business need, to various pediatrics and multi-specialty practice locations throughout the Bay Area on a daily basis with no guarantee of a regular work location. Functioning as both a Clinical Assistant and a Medical Assistant, you will be an integral part of the patient care team. This 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, sterilizing and cleaning equipment, and maintaining exam rooms and supplies.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates will have a High School diploma/equivalent, completion of a recognized MA training program, 1 year of progressively responsible and directly related work experience, CPR certification, and reliable transportation. Good customer service, interpersonal and communication skills are required. Experience with pediatrics and bilingual skills are also desired.

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

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Director, Practice Operations

Menlo Park Administration - Full-time, benefited

The Director, Practice Operations reporting directly to the COO, is responsible for leading on-boarding activities for all newly acquired practices, as well, the direction of administrative and management activities across PCHA. The Director evaluates aspects of the practice operations as a means to identify ways to improve efficiency and effectiveness, including the use of resources and when possible, employs lean concepts.  Conducts on-site practice visits to meet with physicians and Practice Managers and staff and communicates any operational opportunities and/or risks to the COO.  Oversees the coordination of operational start-up for new practices within Packard Children’s Health Alliance and provides direction to the on-boarding and off-boarding activities through direct management of Operations Project Manager and Operations Coordinator.  The Director leads and participates in a variety of strategic projects/initiatives within PCHA.  This position works closely with Practice Managers, Multispecialty Clinic Managers and PCHA leadership to establish efficient and sound business practices. Charged with promoting a culture of compliance and ethics and actively participating with both compliance and legal departments on the creation of a compliant operational infrastructure.  Serves as front end resource for practice administrators and staff as they implement and support newly developed operational policies and procedures within their respective practices.  The Director is tasked in leading the overall patient satisfaction initiative for PCHA, including partnering with the LPCH Office of Patient Experience on the implementation of PCARES and with Press Ganey on promoting a culture of service excellence that drives value and elevates the patient experience.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, along with five years of physician business office management/billing experience with physician practices and the ability to demonstrate experience in working effectively and collaboratively within complex healthcare systems.  You must also have comprehensive and working knowledge of practice management.  Familiarity with laws and regulations related to healthcare delivery compliance and maintain adherence to confidentially guidelines.  Great communication skills; excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.  Able to solve practical problems and deal with variables in situations where limited standardization exists. Must be detail oriented, organized and have the ability to simultaneously manage several projects and to participate in and facilitate group meetings. Maintains a positive working relationship with employees, management, physicians, clinical personnel and other staff to promote teamwork and cooperation and a positive public image.

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

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Practice Manager, OBGYN

Women's Health - Palo Alto - Full-time, benefited (Clinic Information)

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.

Qualifications: To qualify, you must have a minimum of 3 years of experience in health care, business management, clinical services or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and/or work experience.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.

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

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Director, General Pediatrics Management

Menlo Park Administration - Full-time, benefited


The Director, General Pediatrics Management reporting directly to the COO, is responsible for leading primary care pediatric medical practice services across Packard Children’s Health Alliance. The Director, General Pediatrics Management promotes the mission and values of Packard Children’s Health Alliance. He/She maintains or assists in broad responsibilities for all management functions of the primary care medical practices, including operations, human resources, marketing, finance, managed care, third party contracting, medical and business information systems, strategic planning and business development.  Director, General Pediatrics Management also leads and participates in a variety of strategic projects/initiatives within PCHA.  Develops and monitors organizational policy in conjunction with other leadership team members.  Supervises exempt level Practice Management staff and leading with innovative techniques resulting in efficient and sound business practices.  Attends regular provider meetings to gather input on initiatives, address operational issues, oversee performance indicators, rollout organizational initiatives, monitor site efficiency and compliance and present a leadership presence at each primary care location.  Ensures a high level of patient experience and satisfaction.  Manages operations at or below budgeted revenue and expenses.

Qualifications: To qualify, you must have a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred, five to seven years’ experience working in practice management and a solid understanding of physician practice management in large and complex settings. Preference for start-up operations management experience; must have on-going practice operations management experience. Experience managing staff in a healthcare environment, including hiring, developing, and performance reviews. Demonstrated experience in working effectively and collaboratively within complex healthcare systems. Familiarity with laws and regulations related to healthcare delivery compliance. Maintains a positive working relationship with employees, management, physicians, clinical personnel and other staff to promote teamwork and cooperation and a positive public image.  Will be required to travel extensively to other affiliated locations.

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

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Cardiac Sonography Supervisor (East/North Bay Multi)

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

The Cardiac Sonography Supervisor will oversee the accreditation and quality of pediatric and fetal echocardiograms for our outpatient pediatric cardiology practices.  Responsibilities include daily management/staffing of the cardiac sonographers, maintenance of ultrasound equipment/upgrades, implementation of imaging protocols, coordination of quality improvement, and collaboration with the site lead sonographers at the various PCHA sites.  The Cardiac Sonography Supervisor will also be responsible for training and supervising site sonographers to adhere to protocols and will spend time in each PCHA pediatric cardiology practice performing outpatient transthoracic echocardiograms in neonates and children, as well as adults with congenital heart disease when needed.  The Supervisor will also assist with developing specific departmental goals, standards, and objectives which directly support the strategic plan and vision of the organization.  Will manage sonographer staff relations including performance, staff satisfaction, and conflict management.  Coordinate and oversee scheduling, recruitment, and payroll, as well as daily workflow of staff.  Assess the quality and performance of the pediatric cardiac sonographers and provide regular feedback regarding image quality, protocol adherence, and overall job performance.  This position works closely with the Pediatric Cardiology Echo Lab Director to maintain quality, advance, and educate the lab.  Prepare new and renewal applications for Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) accreditation and respond to IAC audits.  Supervise quality improvement meetings and implement quality metrics as described by the IAC and various medical professional societies.  Will also assist the Pediatric Cardiology Echo Lab Director in the monitoring of appropriateness of outpatient echocardiogram orders and in the tracking of abnormal fetal echocardiograms to correlate findings with postnatal echocardiograms.  Assess the individual needs of each PCHA site in regards to echocardiogram services, operations, and quality.

 

Qualifications: To qualify, you must be a Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS) from American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, with a credential in Pediatric Echocardiography.  Completion of necessary CME required for current three-year licensing period.  Ideally, candidates will have two to five years of experience working in management at an IAC- accredited pediatric echocardiography laboratory.  Fetal echocardiography experience desired, as well as, previous supervisory experience. Will be required to travel to other affiliated locations located in the East Bay and North Bay, including San Francisco.

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

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Sonographer

Walnut Creek - Full time, benefited (Clinic Information) 

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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