Practice Administrator at Maine Nephrology Associates in Portland, Maine
Maine Nephrology Associates (MNA), an independent
physician practice located in Portland, Maine,
is seeking a Practice Administrator. MNA
is comprised of eleven nephrologists and two physician extenders supported by
approximately 25 employed staff. We provide specialist care for kidney disease
and hypertension in a single private office location that includes its own
laboratory, in four area hospitals and in five dialysis centers. MNA Physicians hold Tufts University School
of Medicine faculty positions to teach trainees at Maine Medical Center. MNA physicians also serve as principal investigators
on numerous research grants.
The Practice Administrator’s oversight responsibilities
include all aspects of practice management: planning, implementing,
controlling, contracting, financial, legal and regulatory compliance,
administrative services, physician credentialing, human resource policies and
benefits, organizational design, supervising, training, billing, scheduling and
medical records functions.
The Practice Administrator reports to the Managing Partner
and this pair in turn works with the Physician Steering Committee to implement
the strategic goals of the group. The
ideal candidate is an experienced healthcare management professional with
competence to lead this medical practice through organizational change to
ensure efficient, effective and safe operations of all aspects of clinical and
Interested candidates are invited to forward a resume or
CV along with a cover letter detailing how your experience meets the
expectations of this position along with salary requirements to email@example.com.
Department of Psychiatry Faculty
The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth,
Department of Psychiatry, in a productive collaboration with the State of
Maine, is seeking a psychiatrist to join our faculty for inpatient
responsibilities at the Riverview Psychiatric Center.
Riverview Psychiatric Center is a
92-bed acute psychiatric facility located in Augusta, ME and is the flagship inpatient
treatment center for Maine’s public mental health system. Psychiatrists with expertise in general inpatient psychiatry or
forensic psychiatry are encouraged to apply.
Academic duties can include teaching
and supervision of medical students and residents. Research opportunities
available and encouraged.
Candidates should be board certified or
eligible in Psychiatry. This position will include a faculty appointment at The
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth at a rank and salary commensurate with
experience. Curriculum vitae and three letters of reference, addressed to Dr.
William Torrey, Search Chair, should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference search number PS1013D.
The Geisel School of Medicine at
Dartmouth is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages
applications from women and members of minority groups.
Family Medicine Physicians
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Katahdin Valley Health Center is recruiting dedicated Family Medicine Physicians that are committed to providing quality health care services to the people in Central/Northern Maine. Join our practice in one of the newly expanded facilities. We are seeking physicians for our Millinocket and Houlton locations. KVHC is a fully electronic medical record site and offers a competitive salary ($170,000 to $190,000 annual) and benefit package which includes: a 10% of first year salary sign on bonus, generous amounts of paid time off, $2500 annually toward CME as well as a completely outpatient site. The call schedule is 1 in 8 with additional coverage from the Open Access Clinic. Physicians who join KVHC are eligible to apply for NHSC Loan Repayment.
Physicians that join KVHC will be providing quality care in a dynamic, cutting edge environment, within a patient focused team of 10 Providers and 90 Staff Members. As one of New England’s highest performing Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC), KVHC has a mission to provide community accessible, quality healthcare with compassion and dignity.
To learn more about KVHC and Practitioner Opportunities, please contact Michelle LeFay at email@example.com or visit our website at www.kvhc.org. KVHC is an equal opportunity employer.
Maine School Administration District No. 75 seeks a Nurse Practitioner
for our School Based Health Center at Mt. Ararat High
School. The position is a Part time (.5 FTE) salaried
position with a flexible schedule.
Nurse Practitioner will provide
administrative and supervisory oversight of our School Based Health Center and administration of the funding grant. Responsibilities include providing
comprehensive primary health care services to enrolled High School students and
coordination of care with their Primary Care Clinicians. This position works collaboratively
with the School Nurses, Medical Director and SBHC Advisory Committee.
have State of Maine Nurse Practitioner license and be certified in Family Practice of
Pediatrics. At least two years Nurse Practitioner and Supervisory experience
Please forward a MSAD # 75 Professional
employment application, cover letter, resume and copy of license to: Human Resources, M.S.A.D. No. 75, 50 Republic Avenue, Topsham, Maine 04086. Applications
can be found at: www.link75.org. (Departments/Human
MaineHealth Director of Government Affairs
The Director of Government Affairs reports directly to the
Senior Vice President of Government and Employer Relations; and under the
supervision of the SVP, will research and coordinate MaineHealth’s position on
state and federal legislation and communicate with policymakers on behalf of
candidates with excellent written and verbal communication skills; strong
analytic capacity; and background in
legislative process. The position requires the ability to accommodate a
flexible work schedule (some nights and weekends). Working knowledge of health
care policy preferred.
The position requires a
thoughtful and keen individual to execute the following:
- Research, monitor and analyze
federal and state legislation and regulation;
- Work with internal advocacy
and clinical advocacy committees to coordinate development of positions on
- Attend committee hearings and
work sessions and maintain written summaries;
- Maintain files for bills,
including handouts and testimony;
- Draft testimony and supporting
materials. Occasionally testify on legislation;
- Develop and maintain strong
relationships with legislators and their staff;
- Work collaboratively with
other organizations to promote MaineHealth’s interests;
- Participate in Maine Hospital
Association’s advocacy calls;
- Work with contract lobbyists
to ensure the effective coordination of legislative activities;
- Distribute regular internal
communications on legislative activities and issues of concern.
To apply, please contact Shawn-Elise
Lapomarda, Executive Recruiter, at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Additional information regarding MaineHealth and its members
can be found at: www.careersatmainehealth.org or www.mainehealth.org
Equal opportunity employer.