Community First Health Centers

Can you imagine a career improving the quality of life for our community every single day? 

Experience it with Community First Health Centers!



Why Community First Health Centers?

Our vision is to to be recognized as an outstanding employer and provider offering comprehensive, integrated health and human services with an innovative and dynamic approach to improving the quality of life for our community.  Here are a few of the ways we are doing just that:

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Clinic Director of Operations

Department:  Administration
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
FLSA Status: Exempt
Customary Work Days:   Monday through Friday
Saturday hours may be added as work level dictates
Operation Hours: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Late night & Saturday rotation, hours are extended when work load is increased

 

Are you proven clinical leader looking for an opportunity to “make a difference”??

Are you able to think strategically and implement process improvement initiatives??

Then look no further…...

 

Community First Health Centers is a non-profit, Federal Qualified Community Health Center.  We have been providing health care services through our nation’s health center program since 1975.  We service Macomb and St. Clair counties with offices in Algonac, New Haven & Port Huron.  While our focus will always be on the underserved, our doors are open to the entire community in which we practice.  Our mission is to provide high quality, patient centered health care that is respectful, compassionate and accessible to all members of our community.  Our care is customized to each patient and offered in a “patient first” atmosphere with exceptional customer service.

We are currently seeking a Clinic Director of Operations to lead and support the operations of our New Haven, Algonac and Port Huron locations.  This position will be housed at our New Haven medical facility but you must have the ability to travel to the other sites as needed/required.  The ideal candidate for this role will be a proven clinical leader with proven success in process improvements and the ability to lead a diverse team successfully.  Under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer (COO), you'll lead and support the multi site clinic operations and EMR teams. 

 

Daily responsibilities of our Clinic Director of Operations may include: 

  • Participates in Leadership initiatives to implement and/or improve the Agency’s Mission, Vision and Core Values;  including leading key initiatives, meetings and/or committees, policy/procedure development, projects and assignments as requested
  • Accepts the responsibility as the Agency’s Safety Officer; supported by the Chief Operations Officer
  • Directly supervises the clinic Practice Managers to  provide leadership and direction for day-to-day operations, continued learning and growth
  • Responsible for oversight and developing of programs for the orientation, training and/or evaluation of employees working within the clinic
  • Responsible for oversight on issues regarding employee selection/hiring, corrective action and grievances
  • Resolves any medical-administrative issues that may arise
  • Directly supervises EMR Administrator; responsible for the oversight of the Electronic Medical Records system to ensure the effective/efficient documentation of care
  • Ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and rules
  • Works closely with the Human Resources Director on workforce planning, staffing, performance evaluations, safety and health, training and any other human resources matters of clinic/EMR staff
  • Works closely with the Chief Operations Officer on departmental budgeting, equipment planning, staffing ratios, efficiencies and cost control initiatives
  • Works with the Quality department on established standards of quality and performance improvement needs; provides ongoing feedback to staff regarding status of these goals and direction in resolving variances
  • Actively participate in Quality Improvement programs and activities; identifies quality projects,  processes and/or improvements to ensure quality service is delivered consistently
  • Provides direction and forms collaborative relationships among internal and external programs and departments, guides and/or trains staff to achieve the strategies of the Agency while empowering and promoting a work environment of service, teamwork and respect.
  • Works collaboratively with others within the Agency to ensure data is tracked and recorded as needed for regulatory requirements (UDS, HRSA, PCMH, MU, MCHN)
  • Other duties as assigned

 

You would be a great fit for Community First Health Center if you have:

  • Clinical and/or Allied Health Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred
  • 10 years of progressive responsibility/experience in a primary care, public health, clinic setting and/or related field
  • Proven track record of identifying, developing and successful implementation of process improvement initiatives
  • Experience with an EMR system, trouble shootings and user management
  • High level of analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Capability to interface and maintain relationships will all programs/personnel
  • Ability to work independently and with minimal guidance 
  • Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal and customer service skills
  • No fear in regards to change, ability to multi-task and always remain positive
  • Willingness to travel to all clinics as needed/directed, valid Michigan Driver’s License and adequate insurance coverage
  • Must maintain Basic Life Support certification

 

Why work for Community First Health Centers

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including;

  • Bi-Weekly Competitive Pay
  • Excellent Health Insurance through ASR Health Benefits with low premiums
  • Dental coverage through Delta Dental of Michigan; Vision coverage through VSP
  • 100% Company Paid;
    • Short Term Disability Coverage
    • Long Term Disability Coverage
    • Life Insurance & AD&D Insurance
  • Ability to “Buy Up” additional Life and AD&D insurance for yourself, spouse and/or dependents
  • 403(b) Thrift Savings Plan; 2% (up to 7%) annual salary employer contribution whether you participate or not!
  • Generous Holiday, Vacation and Personal time
  • Professional growth opportunities/cross training
  • Employee Recognition and Assistance Programs

 

Community First Health Centers: Improving the quality of life for our community!!

Equal Opportunity Employer

Medical/Dental Biller

 

Location: New Haven
Department: Finance
Type: Full Time
Hours: 8:30am - 5pm; Monday-Friday
Work hours may fluctuate based on business demands.

 

Are you detail oriented and looking for a great opportunity?

Are you committed to providing excellent customer service in every interaction??

Then look no further…...

Community First Health Centers is a non-profit, Federal Qualified Community Health Center.  We have been providing health care services through our nation’s health center program since 1975.  We service Macomb and St. Clair counties with offices in Algonac, New Haven & Port Huron.  While our focus will always be on the underserved, our doors are open to the entire community in which we practice.  Our mission is to provide high quality, patient centered health care that is respectful, compassionate and accessible to all members of our community.  Our care is customized to each patient and offered in a “patient first” atmosphere with exceptional customer service.

 

We currently have a Medical/Dental Biller position available at our New Haven medical facility.  The ideal candidate for this role will be dependable and detail oriented with the ability to interact effectively with a diverse group of internal and external customers.  Under the supervision of the Billing Manager, you'll ensure the timely and accurate processing of all patient billing.  This position will be located out of our New Haven, MI medical facility located at 58144 Gratiot Avenue.

 

Daily responsibilities of our Medical/Dental Biller may include: 

  • Enter and/or review service charges in billing software on a daily basis
  • Assist patients as needed with insurance billing concerns
  • Apply and verify Clinical Procedure Coding, Current Dental Terminology & ICD coding  
  • Post accounts receivables for all insurance and patient account payments
  • Prepare and print daily, month-end and year-end reports as needed
  • Troubleshoot computer issues relative to billing processes
  • Review and correct all insurance rejections
  • Identify and resolve delinquent claims on a regular basis
  • Participation in Quality Improvement initiatives/activities as required
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

You would be a great fit for Community First Health Center if you have:

  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
  • Minimum of one (1) year relevant medical/dental billing experience and/or completion of a medical/dental billing program
  • Ability to communicate effectively with the public, patients, health care providers and/or reimbursement sources
  • Analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Detail oriented, dependable always with a positive and proactive attitude
  • Computer proficiency with experience using Medical Billing Software
  • Must maintain Basic Life Support certification


Why work for Community First Health Centers

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including;

  • Bi-Weekly Competitive Pay
  • Excellent Health Insurance through ASR Health Benefits with low premiums
  • Dental coverage through Delta Dental of Michigan
  • Vision Coverage through VSP
  • 100% Company Paid;
    • Short Term Disability Coverage
    • Long Term Disability Coverage
    • Life Insurance & AD&D Insurance
  • Ability to “Buy Up” additional Life and AD&D insurance for yourself, spouse and/or dependents with minimal costs
  • 403(b) Thrift Savings Plan; 2% (up to 7%) annual salary employer contribution whether you participate or not!
  • Generous Holiday, Vacation and Personal time
  • Professional growth opportunities/cross training
  • Employee Recognition and Assistance Programs

 

Community First Health Centers: Improving the quality of life for our community!!

Equal Opportunity Employer

Eligibility Specialist

 

Location: Algonac
Department: Medical Clinic
Type: Part Time
Hours: Up to 24 Hours per week; Days/Hours Each Day TBD

 

Are you looking for an amazing opportunity with an organization committed to “making a difference”??

Are you committed to providing excellent customer service in every interaction??

Then look no further…...

Community First Health Centers is a non-profit, Federal Qualified Community Health Center.  We have been providing health care services through our nation’s health center program since 1975.  We service Macomb and St. Clair counties with offices in Algonac, New Haven & Port Huron.  While our focus will always be on the underserved, our doors are open to the entire community in which we practice.  Our mission is to provide high quality, patient centered health care that is respectful, compassionate and accessible to all members of our community.  Our care is customized to each patient and offered in a “patient first” atmosphere with exceptional customer service.

We currently have an Eligibility Specialist opportunity available at our Algonac medical facility.  The ideal candidate for this role will be enthusiastic, motivated and a team player.  Under the supervision of the Practice Manager, you'll support the medical clinic operations by initially screening, assessing the needs and coordinating referrals and follow ups for a diverse group of patients.  This position will be located out of our Algonac, MI medical facility located at 555 St. Clair River Drive.

 

Daily responsibilities of our Eligibility Specialist may include: 

  • Greet and assist walk in client(s)
  • Input patient information, complete and submit encounter information in our electronic medical records (EMR) system
  • Assist with Marketplace and Medicaid applications
  • Add and/or update the medical center Sliding Scale program participant list; distribute to pharmacy and pertinent staff
  • Authorization of medical and dental appointments for Sliding Scale clients
  • Coordinate yearly renewal process of Sliding Fee Scale
  • Assist with patient assistance program application if warranted
  • Assist clients with utility assistance/THAW or other available programs
  • Coordinate client transportation
  • Follow through with all written and provider referrals/actions
  • Promote and maintain awareness of all Agency programs, services and activities
  • Attend and participate in required meeting(s), seminar(s), workshop(s) and/or conference(s) as needed/approved
  • Other duties as assigned

 

You would be a great fit for Community First Health Center if you have:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Healthcare exposure preferred
  • High level of analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Detail oriented with the ability to multitask
  • Ability to work independently and with minimal guidance 
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, to effectively and tactfully deal with a diverse group of patients, staff, customers and community groups
  • Computer proficiency
  • Must maintain Basic Life Support certification

 

Why work for Community First Health Centers

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including;

  • Bi-Weekly Competitive Pay
  • Vacation time
  • Professional growth opportunities/cross training
  • Employee Recognition and Assistance Programs


Community First Health Centers: Improving the quality of life for our community!!

Equal Opportunity Employer

Medical Assistant - Now Accepting Applications!

 

Location: New Haven, Algonac, or Port Huron
Department: Medical Clinic
Type: Full Time
Hours: 8:30am - 5pm; Monday-Friday
with one late night until 7pm & Saturday rotation

Are you looking for an amazing opportunity with an organization committed to “making a difference”??

Are you committed to providing excellent customer service in every interaction??

Then look no further…...

 

Community First Health Centers is a non-profit, Federal Qualified Community Health Center.  We have been providing health care services through our nation’s health center program since 1975.  We service Macomb and St. Clair counties with offices in Algonac, New Haven & Port Huron.  While our focus will always be on the underserved, our doors are open to the entire community in which we practice.  Our mission is to provide high quality, patient centered health care that is respectful, compassionate and accessible to all members of our community.  Our care is customized to each patient and offered in a “patient first” atmosphere with exceptional customer service.

We are currently accepting applications for Medical Assistant opportunities that may come available at our New Haven, Algonac or Port Huron medical facilities.  Our ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, motivated and a team player.  Under the supervision of the Practice Manager, you'll support the medical clinic operations by rooming patients, taking vitals and administering injections. 

 

Daily responsibilities of our Medical Assistant may include: 

  • Greet and room patient(s)
  • Manage supplies of patient rooms
  • Chart tracking of all records using an electronic medical records (EMR) system & MCIR
  • Conduct daily patient education and distribution of educational materials
  • Administering injections & immunizations
  • Autoclave/sterilize and maintain all instruments
  • Practice infection control standards at all times
  • Perform basic lab/x-ray procedures as necessary
  • Conduct patient referrals and pre-authorizations as directed
  • Assist physician with all processes and procedures
  • Attend and participate in required continuing education, meeting(s) and in-service(s) as required
  • Other duties as assigned

 

You would be a great fit for Community First Health Center if you have:

  •  High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Certificate of completion from a recognized Medical Assistant program
  • Certification as a Registered Medical Assistant must be obtained within three (3) months from date of hire
  • Relevant work experience in a medical center preferred but will train new graduates
  • Ability to work independently and with minimal guidance 
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, to effectively and tactfully deal with a diverse group of patients, staff, customers and community groups
  • Computer proficiency
  • Must maintain Basic Life Support certification

 

Why work for Community First Health Centers

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including;

  • Bi-Weekly Competitive Pay
  • Excellent Health Insurance through ASR Health Benefits with low premiums
  • Dental coverage through Delta Dental of Michigan
  • Vision coverage through VSP
  • 100% Company Paid;
    • Short Term Disability Coverage
    • Long Term Disability Coverage
    • Life Insurance & AD&D Insurance
  • Ability to “Buy Up” additional Life and AD&D insurance for yourself, spouse and/or dependents with minimal costs
  • 403(b) Thrift Savings Plan; 2% (up to 7%) annual salary employer contribution whether you participate or not!
  • Generous Holiday, Vacation and Personal time
  • Professional growth opportunities/cross training
  • Employee Recognition and Assistance Programs

 

Community First Health Centers: Improving the quality of life for our community!!

Equal Opportunity Employer