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We would love to have you on our team! Our job openings are listed below. Please submit your resume and or Employment Application to: employment.application@wattshealth.org

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – MEMBER SERVICES DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $22.50 – $23.79 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Acts as liaison between the Director of Administrative Operations and internal and external publics in the resolution of problems and/or coordination of programmatic activities.
• Collects, analyzes and interprets data relative to designated issues/projects of the department. Basic statistical knowledge and analysis required for designated project.
• Under general directions, writes and composes correspondence, resolutions/salutations and other designated reports, including the ability to create charts, graphs and other presentation enhancements.
• Coordinates logistics for external activities and events, including preparation of promotional materials for external agencies (i.e., audits, workshops, forums, receptions and site-visits). Responsible for preparing event materials and packages, including recording and maintaining written proceedings.
• Develops and maintain a centralized library of external resources and documents. For example, regulatory and compliance reports, grant funded progress reports, newsletter, directories, auditing tools, trade publications, public information notices, etc.
• Create and maintain master mailing lists of elected officials, public policy leaders, regulatory agencies/contacts, trade associations, and other designated local, state, federal and community-based network organizations.
• Responsible for maintaining and processing sensitive documents in a timely manner (i.e., monthly reports, consultant invoices/retainers, and etc.).
• Conducts various office functions- screens office and telephone callers; schedules appointments, arranges travel accommodation and tele-conference calls; maintains office files, records and indexes, including those of a confidential nature; and reviews and routes all incoming/ outgoing mail.
• Employee will occasionally be required to attend designated meetings on behalf of Director of Administrative Operations.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor’s degree (BA) with emphasis in Public Administration, Public Health, Public Relations or a related field.
• Five years in an administrative capacity in health care or general and administrative management. Experience in preparing high level reports and presentations.
• Must understand regulatory processes as they relate to healthcare.
• Must be able to decipher technical and urgent executive-level information and distribute to appropriate internal source(s).
• Experience in one or more of the following is desirable: local/state/federal government (health office), public/elected office, health administration, legal office, or public relations.
• Basic statistical analysis is required.
• Some limited in-state travel required.
• Excellent computer skills- i.e., proficiency in Microsoft Word, Lotus/Excel/ PowerPoint. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Must be fully fluent in English and Spanish.

 

ASSISTANT SITE SUPERVISOR – WIC DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $26.50 – $27.50 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Assist with the responsibility of overall direction of the site; including, appointment scheduling, enrollments, certification, nutritional screening, counseling, prescription issuance, verification of certification, disqualifications and authorization of WIC checks for participants on the program via the ISIS computer system.
• Assist with troubleshooting, as needed, for employee and participant problems and refers these problems to assigned Site Supervisor or the appropriate Coordinator for resolution. • Perform “Food Prescription Exceptions” for participants in ISIS as needed. • Works as a team with other site supervisors, upper management, and leads to ensure the smooth operation of WIC sites.
• Assist with overseeing site activities to meet the federal, state and local agency requirements with assistance from assigned Site Supervisor.
• Responsible for handling, documenting and alerting assigned site supervisors of any incidents or problems with employees, participants or the facility as it occurs.
• Ensure nutrition education group classes and cooking demonstrations are provided by the assigned staff, as scheduled.
• Ensures that all required clinic reports are done in a timely manner.
• Supervises, coaches, mentors, and counsels’ employees.
• Assist in performance evaluation preparation. • Attends meetings and trainings, as assigned.
• Assist with scheduling clinic site staff and meetings.
• Assists with training employees in the clinic & assist with conducting audits, as requested, for the WIC Department or Quality Improvement Program.
• Provides relief for other WIC clinic site supervisors, as scheduled.
• Ensuring ISIS procedures are followed so that the operation runs smoothly.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Excellent organizational, oral and written skills.
• Ability to work with the corporate office, WIC personnel and other program personnel.
• Must be ethnically sensitive to the staff and participant needs.
• Must have good computer skills; Microsoft Office, Excel, etc.
• A valid California Driver’ s License and own transportation with proof of automobile liability insurance before start of employment is required.

 

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH THERAPIST (ACSW/AMFT) – BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $62,878 – $80,995 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Provide quality services by assessing patient and family system needs, and subsequently developing and implementing treatment plans in accordance with appropriate clinical protocols and guidance.
• Screens adults and/or children for the appropriateness of treatment; conducts psychosocial assessments and diagnoses mental health and co-occurring disorders and illness.
• Provides individual, conjoint and/or group clinical sessions (brief, solution focused, crisis intervention) to patients, clients and residents to address immediate therapeutic needs and services.
• Assists in the coordinating of activities for the Social Services Specialist and/or provide case management, resources and linkages for services.
• Maintains communication with other local service agencies for patient referral as needed. Develops network of community resources and maintains liaison with these resources.
• Assist in the provision of in-services and consultation to the interdisciplinary team of health professionals on the staff.
• Responsible for working with client(s) on implementation and oversight of the Plan of Care.
• Keeps accurate, up-to-date records on clients served, including progress notes, transfer and discharge plans, annual reviews, and all client contacts.
• Participates in utilization review activities.
• Utilizes a computer and various software programs, including an electronic health record (EHR).
• Prepares and delivers oral presentations to the public on WHCC Behavioral Health and its programs.
• Completes tasks and projects that will aide in the benefit of behavioral health and social services to patients, clients and residents. • Participate on-duty (8am-5pm) rotation for clinical services at WHCC.
• On-call service for after-hours crisis needs for specific weeks (subject to available dates).
• Be available to translate for specific sessions, if qualified.
• Must have a current/valid California Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
• May be assigned to work at a satellite clinic/site on a scheduled, temporary basis as needed.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Ability to work effectively in an interdisciplinary team approach with both paraprofessionals and professionals.
• Ability to maintain client dignity and confidentiality.
• Willingness to work non-regular hours may be required.
• Fully fluent in Spanish-English is strongly preferred.
• Familiarity with community resources desirable.
• Good writing and verbal skills are essential.
• Demonstrate the ability to interpret the social, emotional and behavioral problems/elements as they related to patient’s medical condition and treatment.
• Familiar with and able to practice consistent with the treatment of co-occurring disorders and chronic illness.
• Completion of a master’s degree from an accredited college or university, with a major in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Marriage and Family Counseling, or a related field and Currently registered with the State of California Board of Behavioral Sciences as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW) or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT). OR
• Within 90 days of hire must obtain and maintain a current and valid Associate number from the State of California Board of Behavioral Sciences (ACSW or AMFT).
• Failure to maintain a current and valid registration or failure to successfully obtain licensure with the Board of Behavioral Sciences within six years of registration, may result in disciplinary action, up to and including separation from employment.

 

CARE MANAGER – ENHANCED CARE MANAGEMENT DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.51 – $23.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Provide care management services for all ECM enrolled members.
• Develop therapeutic person-centered relationship with patient and family. • Manage eligibility lists provided by contracted health plans.
• Conduct all necessary assessments to include but not limited to health risk assessment of all consented members for ECM program.
• Develop and document person centered care plan in collaboration with patient and or identified family support.
• Review and update activities and changes to care plan.
• Maintain at minimum, one monthly telephonic visit which is documented and minimum one in-person visit every 3 months for each enrollee. More frequent contacts made as determined by acuity and complexity of enrollee.
• Connect patient with community based social support services appropriate to identified needs.
• Collaborate with appropriate discharge planners for enrolled members hospitalized.
• Collaborate with other members of ECM team, WHCC and external social service entities to reduce barriers and improve patient outcomes.
• Conduct outreach at ER or hospital if unable to reach patient by other means.
• Provide supervision within the scope of practice to ECM non-clinical staff. • Monitor adherence to medication and other therapeutic treatments.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• CPR Certified- Adult, Child, Infant for the professional rescuer, sponsored by the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross.
• Demonstrates ability to work as a team member.
• Knowledge of and ability to work collaboratively with providers, support staff, social support services and other external entities related to care of patient.
• Ability to demonstrate excellent communication skills. • Ability to work independently to accomplish established outcomes.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish.
• Licensed Vocational Nurse.
• In lieu of above certification, minimum 3 years of experience in care/case management or • A health care related Bachelor’s Degree.
• Minimum 3 years patient care experience and knowledge of care coordination, continuity of care processes, care management or equivalent.

 

CHIEF PHYSICIAN, PRIMARY CARE – OVERSEE ADULT MEDICINE AND SAME DAY CLINIC DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $252,000 – 270,000 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide clinical oversight for primary care and same-day services, supporting specific objectives for each service line or unit.
• Advise on clinical processes and workflows, collaborating with clinical and department leads on continuous improvement activities.
• Act as an advisor to the Chief Medical Officer on internal medicine clinical practice matters, ensuring alignment with industry standards and best practices.
• Lead the development of clinical policies and procedures affecting internal medicine clinical practice within the Watts Healthcare system.
• Support integrated care processes across the system to ensure value-based care for WHCC Managed Care portfolio.
• Support training activities for clinicians and providers across the health system.
• Establish standards of professional conduct for the supervised medical staff within the comprehensive health center.
• Consult with students, resident physicians, and other staff regarding patient care, supervising and mentoring them in the management of illness.
• Establish annual goals, objectives, and strategies, making recommendations for improvement activities.
• Participate in peer review and quality committees to set clinical standards for medical support staff, monitoring the quality of medical services.
• Manage responses to quality of care and treatment plan grievances in the Adult Medicine and Same Day Clinic departments.
• Meet and consult with other staff providers regularly to discuss clinical concerns and opportunities for care improvement.
• Participate in team meetings, providing input on general operational issues to improve the quality of health care delivery and creating/monitoring protocols for patient care and documentation.
• Monitor strict adherence to universal precautions as established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, DHS and other clinic standards.
• Establish and maintain effective and positive working relationships with representatives of outside agencies, government entities, vendors, as well as other clinicians, volunteers and staff; represents the clinic site when appropriate.
• Ensure patient/client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA privacy regulations; demonstrate complete discretion when discussing patient information.
• Practice cost-effective medicine by monitoring appropriate use of practitioner laboratory and prescription utilization in line with WHCC preferred laboratory and drug formulary.
• Complete electronic health record documentation for clinic sessions accurately and in a timely manner – within 72 hours of the patient visit per health plan standards, ensuring compliance and submission of claims to bill and collect revenue for work completed and maintenance of electronic health records/documents in accordance with clinic policies and procedures, contractual obligations, regulations and funding sources.
• Maintain a working knowledge of medical and clinically related skills through ongoing education reading industry standard publications, participation in seminars and other educational opportunities and personal contacts/professional memberships in the field; ensures timely completion of continuing education required to maintain licensure.
• Integrate evidence-based medicine concepts into all aspects of the internal medicine program at Watts Health Center.
• Participate as a member of the clinic’s management team and actively cooperate with others in support of the clinic’s goals.
• Participate as a licensed clinician in Watts Healthcare’s Emergency Operations, as needed.
• Resolve problems related to patient complaints and grievances.
• Serve as the lead clinician advisor on special and high-impact projects directed by the Chief Medical Officer. This position may be tasked with leading special projects on behalf of the CMO.
• Lead clinical and quality meetings as directed by the Chief Medical Officer.
KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• Licensed, Board Certified MD or DO in the State of California with prescriptive authority and current DEA certification. MPH or MBA highly preferred.
• 3-5 years of healthcare management experience in a physician group practice, preferably in a federally qualified health center.
• Minimum of three years’ experience in primary care and/or acute care settings.
• Valid license to practice medicine in California with no pending or previous disciplinary action.
• Completion of residency in Internal Medicine and board certification or eligibility in specialty.
• Current DEA license and BCLS certificate.
• Knowledge of the standard of care and state-of-the-art medical methods in the area of specialty.
• Ability to perform clinical duties within established guidelines in an organized, efficient manner.
• Ability to communicate effectively with all cultural and ethnic groups, fluency in written and spoken English required, bilingual skills in Spanish preferred.
• Basic knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations relating to patient care in a clinic setting and prior experience with county, state and federal programs such as CHOP, FPACT, EWC, Medi-Cal, Medicare, BPHC, FTCA and Title X is preferred.
• Knowledge of safety hazards and precautions to maintain a safe work environment.
• Ability to identify problems and recommend solutions in a clear, concise, and proactive manner, including recognition and resolution of costly errors.
• Ability to develop and maintain cooperative relationships with staff, patients, and other clinicians and work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to complete and maintain records in accordance with procedures using an electronic health record system and Microsoft Office programs.
• Current California driver’s license and State-required insurance when using a personal vehicle on clinic business and a driving record acceptable to the organization and/or insurance carrier.
• Willingness to commit to the mission, vision, core values, and overall philosophy and goals of Watts Healthcare.

 

CHRONIC CARE COORDINATOR – CLINIC OPERATIONS DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 – $22.81 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Utilizes a developed marketing script to enroll eligible Medicare beneficiaries into Chronic Care Management (CCM) Services
• Informs patients of CCM services and obtains informed consent by verbal or written from (Original copy or Patient Portal).
• Schedules initial visit PCP appointment if new or patient has not seen a provider for the last 12 months.
• Calls patients and schedules RN Coordinator appointments after patient visits with PCP.
• Meets and/or follows-up with patients via phone and/or clinic visit to coordinate and/or provide timely direct assistance in meeting the self-management goals identified in the established plan of care.
• Establishes rapport, provides relevant information/guidance and ensures that information is understood by the patient/family.
• Documents all actions taken in eCW.
• Updates provider team(s) on a continuous basis to report patient progress/status, and issues/problems; alerts team to gaps in care and/or patient non-adherence with plan of care.
• Assists the RN Coordinator to identify needs that may impact the patient’s health, including transportation and referral issues, financial concerns, end-of-life planning, etc.
• Acts as an advocate for the patient/family by locating appropriate community resources to address concerns and reduce risk of hospitalization.
• Assists the RN Coordinator to monitor effectiveness of services provided by external resources and provides timely feedback to the provider/interdisciplinary team.
• Assists the RN Coordinator to contact patients and make follow-up calls as needed.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• 1-3 years of experience in a healthcare or medical setting.
• EHR knowledge (Practice Management and Electronic Medical Records).
• Possess CPR Certificate – sponsored by the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross.
• Associate/Bachelor degree in Psychology, Behavioral Science or in health science related field.
• Familiarity with and ability to use process improvement methodologies
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Average knowledge of MS Office programs, such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
• Ability to interact with all stakeholders in the organization and develop positive relationships while being tactful, respectful and direct in communication.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish preferred.

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT – DENTAL DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Set up equipment.
• Greet and prepare patient for treatment.
• Under the direction of the dentist, provide dental services that do not require his/her technical training, with the end result of increased production and patient satisfaction.
• Keep accurate records of patient visits.
• May perform other duties as assigned.
KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• High School Diploma and/or GED required.
• Two (2) years’ experience as a dental assistant; completion of a recognized curriculum for dental assistants.
• Must possess a California radiation safety certificate.
• PC literate within a Windows based environment with the ability to accurately review and update patient records via an electronic health record system (eCW).
• Must have current X-ray license and CPR card.
• Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills.

 

EHS/IC LVN COORDINATOR – EMPLOYEE HEALTH/INFECTION CONTROL DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $26.27 – $27.19 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Supports and lead continuous improvement efforts.
• Assist EHS Manager with reviewing injury/illness and near-miss incident investigation reports and continuance as necessary.
• Review process-operating procedures and provides input for safety and health considerations.
• Conducting inspections and identifying hazards and EHS violations.
• Providing solutions and intervention strategies for hygiene, health, and safety hazards. • Implementing new health and safety protocols and measures to ensure compliance with regulations.
• Monitoring operational processes and employee activities.
• Generating assessment documentation, incident and accident reports, and health and safety manuals.
• May perform other duties as assigned. KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• A minimum of two years’ experience as an EHS coordinator.
• A Valid Licensed Vocational Nurse license issued by the State of California.
• Detailed knowledge of relevant regulations such as OSHA, EPA, and ANSI.
• The ability to read and interpret safety data sheets.
• Proficiency in computer programs such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
• Strong leadership and training abilities.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Acute attention to detail and problem-solving abilities.
• Strong organizational and time management skills.
• Provide training to new employees as well as one-on-one support to established users as needed. Collaborate to develop training materials for end users to assist with deployment of changes, exhibit excellent attention to detail and accuracy in all work products, ensure up to date project documentation.
• Support and establish best practice workflows and advocate for regulatory, quality, compliance and patient safety initiatives.
• Facilitate system implementation projects and collaborate with operations to create and/or maintain reporting needs.
• Demonstrate the use of excellent organizational, communication skills, leadership skills, and interpersonal relations to achieve established goals.
• Assist with data analysis education for senior staff, department managers and staff that conducts regular data reports.
• Assist with research, development and completion of special projects as requested by various internal departments, or in support of requests from regulatory agencies, contracting agencies, or other external organizations.
• Serve as the bridge between clinicians, vendors and information technology professionals. • May perform other duties as assigned.

LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSE I and II (LVN) – ADULT MEDICINE, PEDIATRICS,SAME DAY CLINIC, WOMEN’S HEALTH SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $25.95 – $27.19 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Assisting doctors with examinations and other nursing procedures; collecting and labeling laboratory specimens in accordance with laws and policies.
• Maintaining complete and accurate patient records thru EHR data entry.
• Administering EKG’s, IV therapy, checks patient’s vital signs, catheterization and irrigation.
• Strictly adhering to universal precautions as established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, DHS/OA and clinic standards.
• May perform other duties as assigned.
KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• A Valid Licensed Vocational Nurse license issued by the State of California.
• Working knowledge of direct patient care methods and practices in a clinic setting.

 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT & CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT – ADULT MEDICINE, WOMEN’S HEALTH, SAME DAY CLINIC, CRENSHAW SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Under the direct supervision of a Nurse Supervisor/Healthcare Administrator and/or Provider the Medical Assistant II is responsible for:
• Providing routine and basic nursing care to patients, including infants, children, adolescents and adult in a community health center environment
• Ensures services meet clinic standards of excellence and the satisfaction of patients
• Participate as the main drivers of direct and indirect care that WHCC provides to patients/community.
• Supports the provider in “working in flow”. Working in flow balances the skill-task alignment across staff to reduce the overall time needed to perform each task, and as a result, helps to make the clinic day more efficient. In addition, wasteful activities that add no value, but are currently required, are identified and eliminated. This includes duplicate tasks, unnecessary processes, extra physical burdens, waiting, and overproduction.
• Ensures efficiency in the delivery of direct and indirect care to improve efficiencies, expedite patient care and improve workflow.
• Must participate as an Electronic Health Record (eCW) super user, with advanced knowledge of the medical records system. • May perform other duties as assigned.

SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Cross trains in other duties to provide support during absences, crisis situations or heavy workloads. • Performs related duties as assigned by health center administrator, provider and/or nurse supervisor/manager. • Coordinates and prepares budget and financial forecasts. • Assists in the completion of annual reports.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Medical Assistant Certificate of completion from a California accredited school is required. • CPR certified – Adult, Child, Infant for the professional rescuer, sponsored by the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross (Professional Rescuer) required.
• Skills in performing venipuncture (phlebotomy), EKGs, audiometry, vision screening, etc. • Current Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) preferred. CMA pays $20.32.
• Minimum of five years of continuous employment at WHCC, other community health centers or healthcare facilities with a proven track record of excellent attendance and excellent performance.
• Accepts full responsibility for self and contribution as a team member; displays honesty and truthfulness; confronts problems quickly; displays a strong commitment to organizational success and inspires others to commit to goals; demonstrates a commitment to WHCC.
• Maintains effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work responsibilities or environment; adjusting effectively to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, or cultures.
• Accomplishes tasks by considering all areas involved, no matter how small; showing concern for all aspects of the job; accurately checking processes and tasks; being watchful over a period of time. Setting high standards of performance for self and others; assuming responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks; self-imposing standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed.

 

NUTRITION ASSISTANT II – WIC DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Teach monthly nutrition health education and breastfeeding classes. • Perform basic or routine (low-to-moderate) individual nutrition education intervention according to client’s nutritional needs.
• Record summary of pertinent nutritional information using standardized format on the Integrated Statewide Information System (ISIS).
• Enroll, disqualify, and certify WIC eligibility for participants on therapy program via the ISIS system.
• Provide income, residence, nutrition and category screenings.
• Participate in outreach activities, as assigned. • May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
• Two (2) or more college courses in basic nutrition, food service dietetic and/or health.
• Must be certified WIC Nutrition Assistant with one (1) year as a Nutrition Assistant I or equivalent health related experience.

 

NUTRITIONIST II/REGISTERED DIETITIAN – WIC DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $67,000 – $70,000 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Enrolls and certifies high-risk participants. • Conducts in-dept h complex nutritional assessments of participants identified as high-risk.
Career Opportunity Posting 6/3/2024
• Evaluates dietary intakes, reviews medical records for nutritional risk determination and provides nutrition interventions for all high-risk participants.
• Develops high-risk nutrition care plans for improvement and documents in the approved high-risk format in the ISIS comment section.
• Provides individual or group nutrition education on clinical nutrition issues to high-risk participants.
• Consults with physicians on nutrition and breastfeeding related issues to assure proper care and compliance with State WIC policies and procedures.
• Responsible for determination of necessary changes of special supplemental formula feedings or non-contract formula for all participants.
• Provides follow-up of high-risk participants.
• Assists the Manager of Training and site supervisors in the training of the paraprofessional staff and volunteers on nutrition or health-related issues.
• Provides oversight on decision to disqualify participants based on lack of nutritional risk or improved risk status.
• Assists with the monitoring of all nutrition education materials provided to participants contain accurate, reliable, and soundly based on appropriate information.
• Works as a team with other site supervisors to ensure the smooth operation of all clinic sites.
• Acts as a liaison between WHF-WIC and health professionals in the community.
• Performs supervisory duties and site management in the absence of the site supervisor.
• Certifies low-risk participants as needed.
• Attends in-services, training, meetings, conferences, and other continuing education session as assigned.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor’s degree in food and nutrition or dietetics.
• Completion of an approved internship program by the American Dietetics. Association.
• Must be a registered dietician.
• A minimum of one year work experience in the field of food, nutrition and/or dietetics.
• Experience in nutrition and breastfeeding counseling.
• Must be knowledgeable in the areas of therapeutic and normal nutrition as it relates to pregnancy, lactation, and infant/child nutrition.
• Must have effective communication, teaching, organizational, counseling and interpersonal skills.
• Must be able to work independently as a high-risk dietician in a WIC clinic.

 

NUTRITION SERVICES MANAGER – WIC DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $70,400 – $72,800 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Works in close collaboration with the Associate Director, Area Manager, and Training Coordinator to determine the training needs of all the WIC program staff as it relates specifically to CDPH/WIC standards.
• Develops, plans, implements, and evaluates nutrition education policies for WIC program staff necessary to achieve health and nutrition education goals and objectives.
• Oversees and assists with the development of lesson plans and themes for monthly nutrition & health peculation classes and food demonstrations.
• Coordinates all aspects of the high-risk nutrition components of the WIC program.
• In conjunction with the Associate Director, prepares and trains paraprofessionals to be WIC Nutrition Assistants (WNA) and determines competency to submit authorization requests to CDPH/WIC for approval.
• Provides oversight and technical assistance to Registered Dietitians and Degreed Nutritionists as it relates to high—risk operations and activities.
• Conducts in-depth complex nutritional assessments of participants identified as Intervention Level: Nutritionist (Level N) during enrollment and recertification.
• Evaluates dietary intakes and reviews medical records for nutritional risk determination and provides nutrition interventions for Level N participants.
• Consults with physicians on nutrition and breastfeeding—related issues to assure proper care and compliance with CDPH/WIC policies and procedures.
• Responsible for the determination of necessary policy changes for therapeutic, non-contract supplemental formula issuance to participants.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetic and be a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RD or RDN).
• Ability to supervise, evaluate and foster team work among the WIC staff.
• Must have excellent organizational skills, effective communication, teaching, and interpersonal skills.
• Must have good computer skills and proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.
• Ability to work with the corporate office, WIC personnel and other program personnel.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish preferred.

 

OUTREACH SPECIALIST – YEPP DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 – 22.65 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Assist in developing, organizing and maintaining community engagement strategies and outreach focusing on youth prevention of substance use and abuse.
• Facilitate prevention community seminars, educational sessions and workshops
• Establish relationships with internal and external stakeholders to educate and promote a safe and healthy environment for youth.
• Act as liaison between community and external agencies distributing informational materials to help support the goals of the YEPP program.
• Attend monthly evening community meetings.
• Attend to phone calls and messages as it applies to YEPP program needs.
• Have excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to effectively relay information to others.
• Maintain communication with other local service agencies for youth referrals as needed.
• Have an energetic disposition, enthusiastic and able to handle multiple tasks with a positive attitude.
• Have a good disposition when working with others.
• Develops network of community resources and maintain liaisons with these resources.
• Be available to translate for specific sessions, if qualified.
• Must have a current/valid California Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
• May be assigned to work at a satellite clinic/site on a scheduled, temporary basis as needed.
• Ability to work effectively in an interdisciplinary team approach with both paraprofessionals and professionals.
• Ability to maintain client dignity and confidentiality.
• Willingness to work non-regular hours may be required.
• Bilingual (Spanish-English) is strongly preferred.
• Familiarity with community resources desirable.
• Excellent writing and verbal skills are essential.
• May perform other job-related duties as required.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• High school diploma or equivalent.
• One-year experience working with youth.

 

PATIENT SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE – DENTAL DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Performs as front office receptionist for clinic/department, greeting customers, patients either in person or by telephone.
• May verify patient eligibility for services. • Facilitates patient flow by notifying the provider of patients’ arrival, being aware of delays and communicating with patients and clinical staff.
• Follows up with reconciliation of all patients not seen in a clinic day including no shows, cancellations, etc.
• Assists in arranging transportation services for patients and collaborating with the Transportation Department to resolve any patient issues regarding transportation needs.
• Receives/handles telephone calls from specialty clinics, external physicians, etc.; and documents necessary information so that appropriate staff can comply with requests.
• Cross trains in other duties to provide support during absences, crises or heavy workload.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Knowledge of medical terminology and third-party payer requirements is also required. • Demonstrated excellence in customer service and/or patient care skills.
• Requires demonstrated organization, interpersonal communication and strong computer skills.
• Incumbents must demonstrate problem-solving and prioritization skills in order to manage multiple tasks successfully throughout the day.
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• One-year medical front and back office experience.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish; required.

 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST – MEDICAL IMAGING DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $25.46 – $26.35 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Practice within the scope of licensure; comply with federal and state legal and professional requirements.
• Prepare patients for exam by greeting the patient by his/her first and last name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image. • Follow approved radiologist protocols and imaging parameters while delivering quality patient care and ensuring safety.
• Prepare and position patient for diagnostic imaging procedures.
• Demonstrate an understanding of human anatomy, physiology, pathology and medical terminology.
• Serves as the primary liaison between patients and Radiologists and other members of the support team.
• Use professional and ethical judgment and critical thinking when performing their duties. • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
• Participates in continuing education and learning experiences to enhance and maintain current.
• knowledge and skills for continued competence.
• Ability to work as a team member.
• Basic understanding of computer technology.
• Perform all duties using proper body mechanics.
• Frequently move/lift between 50-100 pounds, depending on assignment requirements.
• Stand for long periods with frequent squatting, twisting, bending, kneeling and reaching to prepare equipment, materials or objects in order to provide patient care or maintain the patient environment.
• Manual dexterity and fine motor coordination.
• Ability to work in a stressful environment.
• Ability to follow directions/instructions from his/her supervisor.
• Consistent attendance is required to assure that the facilities’ needs, and patient needs are met.
• To comply with all facilities’ policies, procedures and practices. • May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
• Completion of a two-year approved School of Radiologic Technology.
• One-year full time experience as a Radiologic Technologist.
• Valid state Radiology registration as required by state law.
• Registry by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology.
• Current CPR/BLS Certification.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish preferred.
• throughout the day.
• Effective verbal and written communication skills.
• Good judgment.
• Teamwork orientation.

 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST/MAMMOGRAPHY (PER DIEM) – MEDICAL IMAGING DEPT SEIU 721 Union Position SALARY RANGE: $39.00 – $40.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• The Mammography Technologist is expected adhere to radiation safety measures under the supervision of the Medical Imaging supervisor or the Radiologist.
• Performing X-Ray exams if needed.
• Complete patient education regarding the exam.
• Promote privacy for the patient.
• Promote comfort for the patient.
• Perform diagnostic or screening mammogram as ordered.
• Prepares for and assists the Radiologist in the completion of intricate mammography.
• Produce high quality images for the radiologist to evaluate.
• Complete appropriate documentation.
• Perform quality control functions related to mammography.
• Assist in compilation and maintenance of statistical data.
• Follow infection control and safety guidelines.
• Demonstrate an understanding of human anatomy, physiology, pathology and medical terminology.
• Maintain a high degree of accuracy in mammography positioning and exposure technique.
• Serves as the primary liaison between patients and Radiologists and other members of the support team.
• Use professional and ethical judgment and critical thinking when performing their duties.
• Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
• Participates in continuing education and learning experiences to enhance and maintain current knowledge and skills for continued competence.
• Ability to work as a team member.
• Skilled in the operation of Mammography equipment.
• Attention to detail.
• Basic understanding of computer technology.
• Perform all duties using proper body mechanics.
• Frequently move/lift between 50-100 pounds, depending on assignment requirements.
• Stand for long periods with frequent squatting, twisting, bending, kneeling and reaching to prepare equipment, materials or objects in order to provide patient care or maintain the patient environment.
• Manual dexterity and fine motor coordination.
• Ability to work in a stressful environment.
• Ability to follow directions/instructions from his/her supervisor.
• Consistent attendance is required to assure that the facilities’ needs and patient needs are met.
• To comply with all facilities’ policies, procedures and practices.
• May perform other duties as assigned. KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• Completion of a two-year approved School of Radiologic Technology.
• At least (1) one-year full-time experience as a Mammography Technologist.
• Valid state radiology registration as required by state law.
• Registry by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology.
• CPR/BLS certification.
• Continuing education: MSQA/FDA – 15 CEIP’s every (3) three years, 200 documented case numbers every (2) two years.

 

REGISTERED DENTAL ASSISTANT – DENTAL DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $21.00 – $22.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Ability to perform all phases of four (4) handed Dental Assisting duties for endodontics, oral surgery, pedodontics, prosthodontics, and restorative procedures.
• Possess the skills necessary to perform Registered Dental Assistant duties as per State of California licensing guidelines.
• Ability to perform standard and radiographic methods. Expose, process and mount diagnostic radiographs.
• Familiarity with dental terminology, materials mediations and instruments used during dental procedures.
• Clean, sterilize instruments, and set up trays.
• Stock store all supplies and materials.
• Maintenance and testing of equipment (Sterilizer, x-ray dosimetry, x-ray processor, etc.) including daily lubricating.
• Take dental impressions.
• Educates patients in oral hygiene and preventative dental education under the supervision of the dentist.
• Documentation of exam findings in patient records using electronic patient records system.
• Maintain clean, orderly and well stocked operatories and laboratories.
• Ability to plan work duties to ensure dental office clinic efficiency.
• Knowledge of patient scheduling procedures.
• Participate in training to provide better patient care such as learning evidence-based approaches to self-management support, proactively addressing the needs to patients and families in the community, cultural competency, and effective communication.
• Perform all other duties as directed either formally or informally, verbal or in writing. • May perform other duties as assigned. KEY REQUIREMENTS:
• High School Diploma or equivalent, required. • Registered Dental Assistant Licensed by the State of California.
• Infection Control and Dental Law Certification.
• X-Ray Certification.
• Sealants Certification.
• Current American Heart Association.
• BLS Certification.
• Valid Driver License and proof of personal liability.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish preferred.

 

REGISTERED NURSE, CHARGE NURSE – SAME DAY CLINIC DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $92,000 – $94,016 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Collaborates with the clinic team to effectively control patient flow through the service; takes action(s) necessary to maintain smooth patient flow and informs providers and others regarding issues affecting the ability to deliver timely patient care within expected standards.
• Supervises clinical nursing services (LVN’s, medical assistants and support staff) relating to patient intakes, following clinician orders/treatment and discharge, specialty care coordination and/or chronic disease programs at the site.
• Ensures all patient services are documented in the electronic health record system in a timely manner ensuring accuracy and completeness so the clinic can collect funds for the services; ensures maintenance of electronic health records/documents in accordance with clinic policies and procedures.
• Participates in the planning, development, delivery, evaluation and improvement of care delivery; evaluates processes to improve systems and quality of patient care and recommends changes as needed.
• Oversees maintenance of a working environment that assures effective, efficient, safe operation of the clinic site and a comfortable and therapeutic environment for patients and their families.
• Provides hands on nursing care and clinical support to individual health care practitioners as needed.
• Performs triage for patients, within scope of practice.
• Identifies training needs of staff and collaborates with the nursing management to develop and implement appropriate training programs and opportunities to ensure a skilled and knowledgeable staff.
• Strictly adheres to universal precautions as established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, DHS/OA and clinic standards and monitors compliance of others; conducts quality control reviews as needed.
• Ensures patient/client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA privacy regulations; demonstrates complete discretion when discussing patient information.
• Treats patients, family members, co-workers and others with dignity, respect and trust.
• Performs supervisory duties.
• Ensuring appropriate staffing levels; anticipating changes in staffing needs and coordinating staff schedules when shortages exist.
• Assigning workloads to meet priorities, and establishing work schedules and policies necessary to ensure timely and accurate completion of tasks.
• Reviewing and approving documentation of patient care activities when required.
• Managing performance including preparing periodic appraisals providing opportunities for growth and development of direct reports.
• Conducting/documenting disciplinary actions and/or counseling sessions according to clinic policies and procedures and in consultation with Human Resources.
• Maintains working knowledge of medical and related skills through reading, participation in seminars and other educational opportunities and personal contacts/professional memberships in the field; ensures timely completion of continuing education required to maintain licensure.
• Participates as a member of the department or site’s leadership team; promotes the clinic’s goals and philosophies to staff; participates in committees; actively cooperates with others in support of the clinic’s goals; provides input on general operational issues to improve the quality of health care delivery and to create and monitor protocols/guidelines for patient care.
• Participates in hazardous waste and infection control assignments.
• Must be able to work rotating Saturdays each month.
• May perform any or all of the duties of LVN’s or support staff, if necessary.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• A valid Registered Nurse license issued by the State of California.
• Prior administrative and supervisory experience in an outpatient family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics clinic, or similar.
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• Working knowledge of direct outpatient care and management methods and practices in a community clinic setting. Prior experience in a similar setting is preferred.
• Basic knowledge of local, state and federal regulations relating to care of patients in a clinic setting; and prior experience with county, state and federal programs such as CHDP, FPACT, EWC, Medi-Cal and Title X is preferred.
• Demonstrated supervisory skills sufficient to manage up to 10 employees in a medical office, clinic, or similar health care facility and manage clinic nursing services to achieve the delivery of efficient, quality patient care services.
• Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions sufficient to establish a safe work environment.
• Ability to perform clinical and patient support duties within established guidelines in a organized, efficient manner.
• Ability to relate and communicate well to all cultural and ethnic groups in the community, including fluency in written and spoken English. Bi-lingual skills in written and spoken Spanish are preferred and may be required for specific assignments.
• Skill in identifying problems and recommending solutions in a clear, concise and proactive manner, including recognition and resolution of costly errors.
• Ability to develop and maintain cooperative relationships with staff members, patients and other clinicians and work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to complete and maintain records in accordance with procedures utilizing an electronic health record system, plus general computer skills in Microsoft Office programs.
• The flexibility to deal effectively with changes in work schedules and sites.
• Current California driver’s license and State-required insurance when using personal vehicle on clinic business and a driving record acceptable to the organization and/or its insurance carrier.
• Willingness to commit to the philosophy and goals of Watts Healthcare.
• Ensures patient/client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA privacy regulations; demonstrates complete discretion when discussing patient information.
• Treats patients, family members, co-workers and others with dignity, respect and trust.
• Performs supervisory duties.
• Ensuring appropriate staffing levels; anticipating changes in staffing needs and coordinating staff schedules when shortages exist.
• Assigning workloads to meet priorities, and establishing work schedules and policies necessary to ensure timely and accurate completion of tasks. • Reviewing and approving documentation of patient care activities when required.
• Managing performance including preparing periodic appraisals providing opportunities for growth and development of direct reports.
• Conducting/documenting disciplinary actions and/or counseling sessions according to clinic policies and procedures and in consultation with Human Resources.
• Maintains working knowledge of medical and related skills through reading, participation in seminars and other educational opportunities and personal contacts/professional memberships in the field; ensures timely completion of continuing education required to maintain licensure.
• Participates as a member of the department or site’s leadership team; promotes the clinic’s goals and philosophies to staff; participates in committees; actively cooperates with others in support of the clinic’s goals; provides input on general operational issues to improve the quality of health care delivery and to create and monitor protocols/guidelines for patient care.
• Participates in hazardous waste and infection control assignments.
• May perform any or all of the duties of LVN’s or support staff, if necessary.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

 

REGISTERED NURSE TRIAGE CALL CENTER – SAME DAY CLINIC DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $85,000 – $91,000 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Ensures all patient services are documented in the electronic health record system in a timely manner ensuring accuracy and completeness so the clinic can collect funds for the services; ensures maintenance of electronic health records/documents in accordance with clinic policies and procedures.
• Participates in the planning, development, delivery, evaluation and improvement of care delivery; evaluates processes to improve systems and quality of patient care and recommends changes as needed.
• Manages nurse-directed patient telephone calls and from walk-in patients requesting health care services. • Strictly adheres to universal precautions as established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, DHS/OA and clinic standards and monitors compliance of others; conducts quality control reviews as needed. • Ensures patient/client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA privacy regulations; demonstrates complete discretion when discussing patient information. • Treats patients, family members, co-workers and others with dignity, respect and trust.
• Assures pertinent medical information is forwarded to proper departments as needed.
• Evaluated and assesses patient’s health care needs.
• Reviews and refills prescription medication requests.
• In coordination with medical provider, assesses, interprets, and communicates lab results. • May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• A valid Registered Nurse license issued by the State of California.
• Current knowledge of modern outpatient clinic methods.
• Skilled in identifying problems and recommending solutions in a clear, concise, and proactive manner.
• Current CPR card.
• Prior administrative and triage experience in an outpatient family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics clinic, or similar.
• Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions sufficient to establish a safe work environment. • Ability to perform clinical and patient support duties within established guidelines in an organized, efficient manner.
• Ability to relate and communicate well to all cultural and ethnic groups in the community, including fluency in written and spoken English.
• Skill in identifying problems and recommending solutions in a clear, concise and proactive manner, including recognition and resolution of costly errors. • Ability to develop and maintain cooperative relationships with staff members, patients and other clinicians and work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to complete and maintain records in accordance with procedures utilizing an electronic health record system, plus general computer skills in Microsoft Office programs. • The flexibility to deal effectively with changes in work schedule.
• Basic knowledge of local, state and federal regulations relating to care of patients in a clinic setting; and prior experience with county, state and federal programs such as CHDP, FPACT, EWC, Medi-Cal and Title X is preferred.
• Familiar with state and local alcohol/drug mental health issues and regulations.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish preferred.

 

SENIOR CASE MANAGER – UR/CA DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $23.00 – $24.85 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Manage Watts Healthcare’s high-risk patient registry
• Collaborate with UM Manager to oversee systems for identifying high-risk patients through EMR, referrals, registries from health insurance payers
• Ensure the validity of the registry; collaborate with Information Technology on the registry functionality.
• Develop a tracking system for patient care coordination and care management across the continuum; including care transitions, and primary and specialty care.
• Collaborate with care teams to develop care plans to prevent disease exacerbation, improve outcomes, increase patient engagement in self-care, decrease risk status, and minimize frequent hospital and ED utilization.
• Utilize behavioral strategies to help patients adopt healthy behaviors and improve self-care in chronic disease management. Promote self-management goals.
• Assist patients in navigating the health care system. Coordinate Specialty care, follow-up on test results, and other care coordination needs.
• Follow-up with high-risk patients within 24 hours of inpatient discharge & 48 hours of ED visit notification.
• Manage up to 30 patients, and create and design care plans for each patient.
• Provide patients support with basic ADLs.
• Educate patients on technical and disease management terminology.
• Partner with external case management programs to coordinate care when necessary.
• Ongoing evaluation and documentation of patient progress/ risk status Document in EMR; communicate with care teams
• Ensures WHCC planned visits are scheduled and followed up (Medicare annual visits, PT/INR, chronic disease, annual wellness exams, etc.) for those high-risk patients.
• Tracks patient status changes including death, transfer to other care, and makes the change in the practice management system (eCW).
• Data analysis skills. Knowledge of clinic operations (to interpret and validate data findings).
• Must have a working knowledge of all clinic operations (clinical and operational) to facilitate transitions of care for patients.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• AA Degree and/or 2 or more years of experience as a High-Risk Case Manager required, experience in referral processing required, and 2 or more years of experience in a primary healthcare setting
• Computer proficiency: Excel (pivot tables), Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, eCW, PDF, Google etc.
• Two years of experience in case management and care coordination are required.
• Maintain excellent internal and external customer service at all times.
• Creative and flexible when designing care plans.
• Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
• Maintain the highest degree of confidentiality possible when performing the functions of this department.
• Possess the tact necessary to deal effectively with patients, providers, and employees, while maintaining confidentiality.
• Must be able to work independently, handling high volume and multiple tasks.
• Must be reliable with attendance.
• Must be highly organized and detail-oriented.
• Possess knowledge of modern office equipment, systems, and procedures.
• Ability to multi-task and work efficiently in a potentially stressful environment.
• Ability to apply common sense understanding when carrying out detailed written or oral instructions.
• Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
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• Must be an active listener and a problem solver.
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from internal and external customers.
• Must have a pleasant, professional attitude toward patients, providers, co-workers, and superiors.
• Teamwork skills are a must.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

 

STAFF PEDIATRIC DENTIST/PEDODONTIST (16 hours weekly) – DENTAL DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $125.00 – $150.00 HOURLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Provide routine and emergency dental services, including diagnosis and treatment plans, intra and extra oral examinations, assessments, general restorative procedures, crown and bridge construction, removable prosthetics, uncomplicated endodontic procedures, and minor oral surgery using dental instruments, x-rays, or other diagnostic equipment, to evaluate dental health, diagnose diseases or abnormalities, and plan appropriate treatments while using masks, gloves, and safety glasses to protect patients and self from infectious diseases.
• Designs, makes, or fits prosthodontic appliances, such as space maintainers, bridges, or dentures, or prescribes anesthetics, medications, antibiotics or other medications and treatment regimens as appropriate.
• Refers patients to specialty care and to relevant patient care components as appropriate.
• Educates patients and their families regarding preventive dental care, the causes and treatment of dental problems, or oral health care services.
• Directs and coordinates the patient care activities of dental support staff as required. • Administers anesthetics to limit the amount of pain experienced by patients during procedures
• Uses dental air turbines, hand instruments, dental appliances, or surgical implements.
• Formulates plan of treatment for patient’s teeth and mouth tissue.
• Evaluate and diagnose diseases, injuries, or malformations of teeth, gums, or related oral structures and provide preventive or corrective services.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• D.S. or D.M.D. from a school accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) and American Dental Association.
• Current, valid, and unrestricted California Dental License.
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and project management skills.
• Must be able to work independently within the scope of assigned task with minimum supervision.

 

STAFF PHYSICIAN – ADULT MEDICINE, LOCKE, and PEDIATRICS DEPT
Non-Union SALARY RANGE: $212,000 – $214,000 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Develops and implements policies and plans for primary care and other specialties, and evaluative services of the Programs.
• Must be able to handle a patient load of 20-22 per day, which includes a mixed patient population.
• Examines and diagnose patients for treatment or evaluative purposes in a fixed medical setting.
• Position requires being a positive role model, ensuring that staff follow Watts Healthcare Corporation policies and procedures.
• Works collaboratively with physicians, staff and administration to improve clinical outcomes and quality of care. This position provides leadership within the organization and ensures that the delivery of care is efficient and effective.
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• Must be familiar with E-Clinical Works (training will also be provided).
• Consults with other Physicians, Specialist and Para-professional personnel regarding care of patients and medical diagnostics.
• Supervises and reviews the care provided by mid-level providers and students.
• Conducts specialized research, special studies and services upon appropriate approval.
• Assist in the administrative responsibilities for budget preparation procuring and evaluating equipment and supplies.
• Provides consultative services to other Watts HealthCare Corporation departments.
• Considers the influence of socioeconomic and environmental factors in the assessment and development of treatment plans for acute and chronic disease.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• Possess the legal requirements for the practice of medicine in CA as determined by the CA Board of Medical Examiners, including a current CA state license, DEA certificate, and current CPR card.
• Board certified/eligible with current certificate in Internal Medicine or Family Practice.
• 5 years of experience in a primary care/OB-GYN/pediatrics environment.
• Previous work experience should demonstrate adaptability to changing priorities and excellent attention to detail.
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills required.
• Assist in the administrative responsibilities for budget preparation procuring and evaluating equipment and supplies.
• Provides consultative services to other Watts HealthCare Corporation departments.
• Considers the influence of socioeconomic and environmental factors in the assessment and development of treatment plans for acute and chronic disease.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

 

TRANSPORATION COORDINATOR – TRANSPORTATION DEPT SEIU 721
Union Position SALARY RANGE: $65,000 – $68,578 ANNUALLY

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Receives incoming pick-up calls; makes outgoing calls to members to alert them of driver’s arrival time, and maintains daily list of cancellations, noting reasons for cancellation. • Dispatches vehicles for the transportation needs of WHCC patients to and from their designated medical centers and other locations.
• Coordinates and schedules WHCC members for transportation services (from scheduled destinations) to their primary care providers.
• Ensures a smooth delivery of transportation service by problem solving and coordinating with WHCC drivers and/or contracted vendor designee.
• Coordinates with clinic staff for transporting members to and from their home or preferred locations to various WHCC primary care sites.
• Performs data entry of member’s days of attendance and participation in transportation for all WHCC appointments.
• Coordinates and confirms driver routes (master driver manifest) to maximize vehicle capacity and member satisfaction.
• Daily communication with transportation drivers to ensure they are informed of members’ individual transportation needs/or concerns (i.e. walker, wheelchair, cognitive status, etc.).
• Monitors driver’s daily logs to ensure compliance; performs daily collecting, logging and tallying, as needed, of all trips provided by WHCC transportation (i.e. cross reference monthly invoices with number of trips).
• Responds to any inquiries by drivers concerning member/patient pick-ups, with timely and efficient response.
• Reports all obstacles or difficulties to department supervisor concerning the safe, efficient, and courteous provision of transportation services provided to WHCC members.
• Participate in daily huddles with the transportation drivers as appropriate meetings/committees as required.
• Cross trains in other duties to provide support during absences, crisis situations or heavy workloads.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

• High School Diploma or GED coupled with a minimum of one year experience in coordinating a program, with preferred experience working in the health care field, logistics or transportation.
• Computer literacy and good data entry skills also required.
• Ability to create and utilize documents and spreadsheets within the Microsoft network of programs.
• Must have superb customer service skills with the ability to portray a warm caring smile over an advanced communicational system.
• Must possess or have the ability to possess a Class B license and the ability to drive a motor vehicle. Must be able to transport patients in short notice due to staff call outs and the needs of the department.
• Fully fluent in English and Spanish strongly preferred.
• Electronic Health Records experience (i.e. eClinicalWorks) preferred.

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