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Employment Opportunities at NEON in Cleveland

Join our talent community and discover how you can make a difference at NEON. We have a commitment to the community we serve, and to our employees who help us achieve our success. For consideration of any open position, we invite you to click on your area of expertise and then click on the available positions in your field. If we have an open opportunity, we will take you to where you can apply for that position.
NEON offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and National Health Services Corps loan repayment opportunity.
NEON is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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At NEON, the needs of our customers are and will remain our highest priority. In the service of our customers we value compassion, consideration, courtesy, creativity, dedication, determination, flexibility, hard work, honesty, integrity, innovation, professionalism and teamwork. We define customers as every patient, consumer, provider, visitor, vendor and coworker.
How to Apply for NEON Job Openings
Paper:
If applied via paper application you do not need to apply again via electronic. Once we received your application, we will contact you if  interested.
Electronic (see below for instructions) :
1.  Select the job you wish to apply for below and click the drop down arrow on the left of the name.
2. A job description will pop up underneath the title, at the bottom it will say either,
              a. Apply Here
                   b. No Position Available
*NOTE: If it says position is not available it means we are not currently hiring for that position at that time.*
3. When you click Apply Here it will bring you to the application on a separate page.
4. Upload a resume (optional) in Microsoft Word format by clicking “upload”.
5. Be sure to fill out the rest of the application as accurately as possible. The items with the red dot next to it must be filled out in order to submit the application.
6. When you are finished click the “submit” button at the bottom of the page.
7. You will receive an automatic confirmation email after you submit your application.
(NOTE: We will contact you if your credentials match what we are looking for)

PROVIDERS

Dentist

Duties: Under the supervision of the Dental Director, the Dentist is responsible for providing clinical dental services and preventative dental care in an out-patient clinic or at one of our many community sites. Must be cognizant of the public health, social, and economic factors which impact the overall health of NEON's patients. Able to creativelt work with other health care professionals.
Education: 
DDS, DMD degree from ADA - accredited School of Dentistry.
Minimum Qualifications: Current State of Ohio licensure to practice Dentistry.  DEA registration. Professional malpractice insurance obtainable. Completion of an accredited General Practice Residency program preferred. Ability to maintain appropriate clinical privileges required, hospital privileges preferred. Successful clearance of general and DHS background checks required.

Internal Medicine Physician

Duties: ​Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, the Internal Medicine Physician is responsible for providing and overseeing the healthcare of patients 18 years or older.  Provide primary care to adult patients that involves the following: history, examination and treatment of simple to moderately complex medical conditions affecting patients aged 18 years and older, whereby conditions are typically managed without specialty or subspecialty consultant collaboration on an outpatient basis; history, examination and treatment of complex medical conditions affecting patients 18 years or older, whereby the conditions are typically managed with specialty or subspecialty consultant collaboration (e.g. oncology disorders, sickle cell disease, severe coronary artery disease, severe and complicated hypertensive disorders, conditions requiring anticoagulation, and AIDS) on an outpatient basis. Work within his/her scope of training and that established by the Medical Director and when the needs of the patient fall outside that scope, refer the patient to other healthcare providers whose scope includes that of serving the patient.
Education:
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO).
Minimum Qualifications: Ohio State Medical License (Physician). BC/BE in Internal Medicine. DEA certificate (Physician)​.

Family medical Physician

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, the Family Medical Physician is responsible for providing coordinated and quality primary care services to patients utilizing clinical services. Provides full range of preventative and primary care medical services, including health maintenance of chronic diseases and patient case management. Evaluates, diagnosis, and treats new and existing patients' medical conditions. Performs medical procedures, prescribing and referring patients for specialized consultation.
Education:
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO);
Successful completion of Family Medicine or Combined Medicine/Pediatrics Residency program.
Minimum Qualifications: Current, valid, unencumbered Ohio Medical Board licensure. DEA certificate (Physician). Certification by the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) or American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) preferred.

Pediatrician

Duties: ​Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, the Pediatrician is responsible for providing and overseeing the healthcare of patients 0 to 18 years of age. Provide primary care to child and adolescent patients that includes the following: history, examination and treatment of up to moderately complex medical conditions affecting patients whereby the conditions are typically managed without subspecialty consultation collaboration on an outpatient basis; history, examination and treatment of complex medical conditions affecting patients ages 0-18 years of age whereby the conditions are typically managed with subspecialty consultation collaboration and on an outpatient basis (e.g. oncology disorders, sickle cell disease, cystic fibrosis, and AIDS).
Education:
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree;
Successful completion of Pediatric residency program.
Minimum Qualifications: Current, valid, unencumbered Ohio Medical Board licensure. DEA Certificate (Physician). American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) Certification and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) preferred.

Podiatrist

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, the Podiatrist conducts history, examination, and treatment of up to complex medical conditions of the foot and ankle, typically managed on an outpatient basis.
Education:
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree;
Completion of Foot and Ankle residency preferred;
American Board of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Certification Maintenance of Certification (MOC) preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: Current, valid, unencumbered Podiatry licensure with the Ohio Medical Board. DEA certificate (Physician).

Obstetrician/Gynecologist

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, the Obstetrical and Gynecology physician conducts history, examination, and treatment of common gynecological conditions affecting females 12 years and older (e.g. prenatal care for non-high-risk women, sexually transmitted diseases, hormonal contraception, contraceptive subdermal implant insertion and removal, and contraceptive IUD insertion and removal [if properly trained]) whereby the conditions can be managed on an outpatient basis, with or without the direct involvement of an OB/GYN physician.
Education:
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree;
Successful completion of an OB/GYN residency.
Minimum Qualifications: Current, valid, unencumbered Ohio Medical Board licensure. DEA certification (Physician). American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ABOG) Certification and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) preferred.

Optometrist

Duties: The Optometrist provides complete, high quality optometric/vision care services to NEON patients. Provides visual examinations and conducts specialized testing for diagnosis of abnormal visual, ocular, and/or systematic conditions. Diagnosis and treats the visual system. Prescribes and adapts lenses for ophthalmic spectacles and non-optical aids. Prescribes medicines to treat eye diseases and allergies. Provides referrals as necessary. The Optometrist is responsible for the administrative and professional supervision of the optometric program and personnel.
Education:
Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree from an accredited school or college of Optometry.
Minimum Qualifications: Current Ohio license from the State Board of Optometry. Current certificate to use therapeutic pharmaceutical agents. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of and to apply the principles, theories, practices, and techniques of Optometric practice.

CERTIFIED NURSE MIDWIFE

Duties: The Certified Nurse Midwife provides direct antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum patient services and primary care to low risk obstetrical and gynecological patients, adhering to the standards of the American College of Nurse Midwife and in accordance with accepted professional practice and standards, which includes assessment, diagnosis, treatment and consultation. Co-management of at higher risk patients, and referral when appropriate to MD. Provides educational and other related services for well women care for essentially healthy women through their life cycle. Well women care includes gynecological care and management of common health problems. Participate in a team approach to patient care to ensure continuity of care. The CNM is part of NEON's Centering Pregnancy model, providing group prenatal care to OB patients. Provides all medical care in accordance with accepted standards, hospital/clinic protocols (including supervision by a physician) and state licensing guidelines.
Education:
Masters Degree in Nursing/Nurse Midwife specialty preferred;
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing and Midwifery program approved by the American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM);
Certification by the American Midwifery Certification Board and certificate maintenance;
Current Advanced Practice Registered Nurse/Certified Nurse-Midwife licensure in Ohio;
Current certificate of Authority as Midwife and Prescriptive Authority;
New graduates will be considered for employment after certification and licensure.
Minimum Qualifications: One (1) year of experience as a full scope CNM (Intrapartum, Antepartum, Postpartum, GYN care); three (3) years of recent experience preferred. Experience with electronic medical records. Meet the credentialing standards of NEON.

FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER

Duties: The Family Nurse Practitioner provides primary and/or specialty nursing and/or medical care in a variety of healthcare settings. Functions in collaboration with a physician according to a standard care arrangement and specialty certification. Practice emphasizes health promotion, disease prevention and the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic health care problems. Certifications may include; adult, family, pediatrics and women's health. Must also demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span. Must be able to identify and categorize each patient's age-specific grouping of needs, such as those for infant, adolescent, or geriatric patients.
Education: 
Master's Degree in Nursing, preferred;
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.
Minimum Qualifications: Two years of clinical nursing experience preferred. Licensed as RN in State of Ohio. National certification as Family Nurse Practitioner by nationally accredited organization. Current certificate of authority by Ohio Board of Nursing, certificate to prescribe preferred. NextGen/EMR is strongly preferred.

WOMEN'S HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONER

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, the Women's Health Nurse Practitioner provides women's health care throughout the lifespan. Conducts history, examination and treatment of common gynecological conditions affecting females 12 years and older (e.g. prenatal care of non-high-risk women, sexually transmitted diseases, hormonal contraception, contraceptive subdermal implant insertion & removal, and contraceptive IUD insertion & removal [if properly trained]), whereby the conditions can be managed on an outpatient basis, with or without the direct involvement of an OB/Gyn physician under Standard Care Arrangement.
Education: 
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN): Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Program.
Minimum Qualifications: Current valid RN licensure from Ohio Nursing Board, DEA preferred. Certificate of Authority, Prescriptive Authority Externship completion. Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Certification, Current CPR certificate (Healthcare provider BLS).

ADULT NURSE PRACTITIONER

Duties: Under the general direction of the Medical Director, the Adult Nurse Practitioner conducts history, examination and treatment of simple to complex medical conditions affecting patients aged 18 years and older, whereby the conditions are typically managed with or without specialty or subspecialty consultant collaboration (e.g. oncology disorders, sickle cell disease, severe coronary artery disease, severe and complicated hypertensive disorders, conditions requiring anticoagulation, and AIDS). Conditions can be managed with or without the direct involvement of an Internal Medicine or Family Medicine physician under current Standard Care Arrangement.
Education: 
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN): Adult Nurse Practitioner Program.
Minimum Qualifications: Current valid RN licensure from Ohio Nursing Board, DEA preferred. Certificate of Authority, Prescriptive Authority Externship completion preferred. Adult Nurse Practitioner Certification, Current CPR certificate (Healthcare provider BLS). 1-2 years outpatient practice preferred, but not required.

 behavioral Health

Adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist (part-time/contracted)

Duties: The Adult, Child, & Adolescent Psychiatrist collaborates with clinical and behavioral health provider team, reviewing histories, assessments, diagnoses and treatment plans of patients with mental, emotional, psychotic and addictive and substance use disorders.  Prescribes and monitors psychotropic medication and provides follow up and adjusts as needed.
Education:
Doctor of Medicine (MD/DO) Degree;
Satisfactory completion of specialized residency training requirements in Adult Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry residency programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) minimum 4 years.
Minimum Qualifications: Current, active, full, and unrestricted Ohio Medical Board licensure. Current active Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Certificate. Certification by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Completion of ABPN Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program activities required to remain board certified. Current CPR certificate (Healthcare provider BLS).

adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist (Part-Time)

Duties: The Adult, Child, & Adolescent Psychiatrist provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of mental, emotional, psychotic and addictive and substance use disorders. Conducts history and assessment; determines diagnosis and develops treatment plan. Prescribes and monitors medication and provides psychotherapy and interventions. Supervises Behavioral Health Department staff and collaborates with clinical provider team.
Education:
Doctor of Medicine (MD/DO) Degree;
Satisfactory completion of specialized residency training requirements in Adult Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry residency programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) minimum 4 years.
Minimum Qualifications: Current, active, full, and unrestricted Ohio Medical Board licensure. Current active Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Certificate. Certification by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Completion of ABPN Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program activities required to remain board certified. Current CPR certificate (Healthcare provider BLS).

Independent chemical dependency counselor

Duties: Under the general direction of the Medical Director, and Behavioral Health Director, the Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor provides Chemical Dependency counseling within the Substance Abuse Expansion Program.  Promotes integration of Primary Care, Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse treatment. Provides behavioral health services to NEON patients experiencing substance abuse and chemical dependency. Conducts history and assessment; determines diagnosis; develops treatment plan.  Provides Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment (SBIRT), Subtance Abuse Therapy and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).
Education:
Master's Degree in a Behavioral Science from an accredited university with required course work; Completion of Chemical Dependency Specific Education in specific content areas required for licensure. 
Minimum Qualifications: Current and valid State of Ohio Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC).  Licenure with the Ohio Chemical Dependency (OCDP) Board; Completion of supervised chemical dependencyt counseling work experience required for State licensure;

  Nursing

Associate Director of Nursing Affairs/CLINICAL quality AND research cOORDINATOR (cqrc)

Duties: The Associate Director of Nursing Affairs acts as the primary backup and support to the Medical Director to enable him/her to provide the best possible administration for the Medical Services Department with respect to nursing affairs. The Clinical Quality and Research Coordinator (CQRC)has the responsibilities for implementation of procedures entailed in the NEON Clinical Quality Improvement Program (CQIP). In addition to quality improvement activities, NEON is involved in various clinical research activities. The CQRC is responsible for coordinating and effectuating NEON's role in the said activities.
Education:
Registered Nurse degree required.
Master's degree in Health related field preferred.
Minimum Qualification: Current valid State of Ohio Board of Nursing Registered Nurse licensure; Experience in Health Care Administration, Public Health or related field; A minimum of 1 - 2 years of experience with The Joint Commission working in a Community Health Center or similar ambulatory care setting preferred, but not required; Ability to work independently; Strong organization skills with attention to detail; Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with patients and all levels of staff; and the ability to represent NEON on a professional level.



Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Nurse Manager, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible for assisting with all basic examinations of patients and will arrange for any subsequent testing of the patient. The LPN administers oral and injected medication, changes dressings, removes sutures, screens patients and performs other duties as required.
Education:
High School Graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Qualifications: Possession of a valid license to practice nursing in the State of Ohio. Successful completion of 90-hour pharmacology course with CNE every year.
Work Shifts Available:  All sites
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. per building operations hours.
Hough Only
Monday - Friday 12 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. per building operation hours (with rotation of weekdays and weekends) 

Certified Medical Assistant

Duties: Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Nursing Affairs or designee, the Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting with all basic examinations of patients.  The Medical Assistant will arrange for any subsequent laboratory testing of the patient, order supplies for the treatment areas, and perform other duties as requested. Must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served. Must also demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span. Must be able to identify and categorize each patient's age-specific grouping of needs, such as those for infant, adolescent, or geriatric patients.
Education: 
High School graduate or equivalent;
Graduated from an accredited Medical Assistant program;
Must be a Certified Medical Assistant or Registered Medical Assistant.
Minimum Qualifications: At least one year of pervious experience as a Medical Assistant, 2-4 years experience is preferred. NextGen/EMR experience is strongly preferred.

Medical Assistant

Duties: . Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Nursing Affairs or designee, the Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting with all basic examinations of patients. This individual will arrange for any subsequent laboratory testing of the patient, order supplies for the treatment areas and perform other duties as requested.
Education: 
High school graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Qualifications: Within two (2) months, must either be Registered or Certified as a Medical Assistant. Working knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology.
Work Shifts Available:  All sites
Monday - Friday 8:30 to 5:30 per building operations hours.
Hough Only
Monday - Friday 12 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. per building operation hours

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ALLIED HEALTH

Pharmacist

Duties: Under the direction of the Director of Pharmacy, the Pharmacist is responsible to operate the pharmacy department according to well defined standards, while complying with all Federal and State rules and regulations. Pharmacists are expected to provide counseling and education to patients so that our patients are well motivated and better informed to manage their disease state.
Education:
B.S. or Pharm D;
Residency in ambulatory care is desirable.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be licensed to practice pharmacy in the state of Ohio. Must have completed continuing education to comply with the rules mandated by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy.


Certified Pharmacy Technician

Duties: Under the direction of the Director of Pharmacy or designee, the Pharmacy Technician is responsible for assisting the Pharmacist in the prescription filling process. Communicates with the patients and staff in an appropriate, professional manner, whether in person or on the telephone. Generates prescription labels and fills the medication in accordance to the State Board of Pharmacy regulations.
Education:
High School graduate or equivalent;
Must have a valid certification from a Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.
Minimum Qualifications: One year related experience preferred but not required.

nutrition counselor

Duties: The Nutrition Counselor performs a variety of specialized duties related to the nutrition counseling of patients/families for Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) diet education. This may include but are not limited to: weight measurement, malnutrition/weight gain, nutrition therapy, and counseling of diseases like cardiovascular, renal, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, and general healthy diet for chronic disease prevention.
Education: 
Attained a minimum of a bachelor's degree from a U.S. regionally accredited university or college and complete a program consistent with the academic standards for dietitians established by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics;
Successfully completed an Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition  and Dietitians (ACEND) accredited pre-professional dietetic experience at a health-care facility, approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or a comparable experience approved by the Ohio Board of Dietetics.
Minimum Qualifications: Successful passing of the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) examination and earn a Registered Dietitian credential (RD). Current Licensed Dietitian by the Ohio Board of Dietetics. Current CPR certification (Healthcare Provider BLS).

Phlebotomist/Laboratory Clerk

Duties: Under the supervision of the Laboratory Supervisor, the Phelbotomist/Laboratory Clerk performs a variety of tasks related to communications, patient flow, information processing, and recordkeeping in the Laboratory. The Clerk must be able to communicate intelligently by telephone, file reports, retrieve reports from file, have a basic understanding of computer applications, manually and electronically relay information to others and direct patients for service. The Clerk must follow instructions exactly, write legibly, spell correctly and perform venipuncture and capillary punctures in accordance with established standards. The Clerk must be able to accurately perform and understand limited waived testing according to CLIA guidelines and NEON standards.
Education: 
High School graduate or equivalent;
Certified phlebotomist or equivalent in training and/or experience.
Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge of medical terminology. The ability to work without close and constant supervision. Clerical ability required to accurately record, transcribe and calculate test volume. Manual and finger dexterity required to collect blood specimens. Demonstrate ability to accurately perform required quality control. Ability to perform and understand limited waived tests.

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Appointment specialist

Duties: Under the supervision of Appointment and Referral Supervisor, the Appointment Specialist is responsible for day to day scheduling of all appointments, confirmation, cancellation, general registration, welcomes all new HMO patients, makes same day appointments, and sends reminder letters or faxes to patients when needed.
Education: 
High School graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Qualifications: Experience or willingness to learn client management system and other required software programs. Must pass test.

Inventory/material clerk

Duties: The inventory /Materials Clerk provides operaitonal support to the Store room Supervisor & Material Management Assistant in the execution of duties and repsonsiblitiies essential to the acqusition and distribution of goods, material, supplies, and services throughout NEON.
Education:
High School Diploma or equivalent; experience preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: Ability to do detail work is essential in checking price lists, catalogs, and invoices. Ability to use sound judgment to assess the factors involved in making Storeroom & Material Management decisions. Ability to work effectively with people (professionals, administrators, and non-professionals).  Meet the physical requirements of the position, including walking, standing, lifting, bending, climbing stairs, and carrying supplies, materials, and equipment.

Referral coordinator

Duties: Under the Supervision of Appointment and Referral Supervisor, the Referral Coordinator exchanges information between NEON and hospitals and all consultants. Ensures that required documentation is complete and submitted in a timely manner, receives all referral and follows through to completion of all aspects of scheduling from all NEON sites. Completes all tasks in NextGen EHR, obtains approval for HMO's referral, when needed, faxed  referrals to the hospital or consultants office. Notifies patient regarding any special instructions. Send any outside agency forms completed by NEON scanning.
Education: 
High School graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must have 1-2 years of experience in referrals, medical or health insurance. Applicants must have working and demonstrated knowledge of Medical Terminology. Applicants must be able to type 35 wpm and utilize a personal computer. Must have basic computer skills. Applicants must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and have experience with internal, mail or database management programs. Applicants must have the ability to learn and operate NextGen management software applications. Applicants must be knowledge of commercial and government funded health care programs. 

ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE

Duties: Manage all patient accounts (Self-Pay, Medicaid, Medicare, commercial and contracted plans) on the Practice Management system. Communicate with patients, payers, and employees to address all patient account issues. Be mindful of NEON's customer service and ethical standards in all interactions with internal and external customers.
Education: 
High School Graduate or equivalent with healthcare experience;
Preferably, certificate in coding.
Minimum Qualifications: Experience in Healthcare environment, with experience in accounts receivable. Knowledge of electronic practice management system and other claims processing systems. Knowledge and work experience of CPT, HCPCS and ICD 10 coding. Knowledge and work experience of all major insurance payers.

CENTRAL MEDICAL ASSISTER

Duties: As a healthcare Central Medical Assister, you will be responsible for successfully managing large amounts of inbound calls. 
This will include the following communication scripts, handling different topics, communicating and documenting patient requests, and acting as a liaison between our patients and the providers.

Education:
High School Diploma, GED, some college.
Completion of training as a Medical Assistant or Nursing Assistant.
Minimum Qualifications: Minimum of one year experience as a Medical Assistant or Nursing Assistant or other clinical clerking position. Ability to convey a positive and professional image to customers.  Maintain composure in high pressure situations. Capable of following an issue through to its conclusion.  Working knowledge of medical terminology.  Display exceptional verbal and written communication, interpersonal and active listening skills.  Ability to prioritize issues and respond accordingly.

OFFICE MANAGER

Duties: Under the supervision of the Business Office Director, the Office Manager is responsible for demonstrating independent judgment and discretion in the provision of quality patient services and support for clinical services, including; patient reception, service area reception, appointments, registration, collection of payments, service charges, telephone contacts, medical records, and referrals. The Office Manager provides administrative support to the health center. The Office Manager does not advise professional personnel, patients or any persons regarding medical issues. The Office Manager will apply well-developed customer service skills and be able to prioritize and manage individual assignments for the overall improvement of the registration process.
Education:
High School Graduate or equivalent;
Successful completion of advanced training when available.
Minimum Qualifications: 2 years of patient registration or related experience. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of insurance plans/benefits and the verification processes. Must be able to identify and categorize each patient's age-specific grouping of needs such as, infant, adolescent, or geriatric patients. Working knowledge of HIPAA guidelines and Release of Information laws. Working knowledge of medical terminology. Ability to work as a team with technical professionals, management and medical professionals. Ability to work effectively independently and effectively solve problems.

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  DENTAL

Dental Hygienist

Duties: Under the supervision of the Dental Director, the Dental Hygienists provide preventative dental care and teach patients how to practice good oral hygiene. Takes and develops dental x-rays and examines patients' teeth and gingival structures, documenting the presence of disease or abnormalities. Assist the patient in maintaining good oral health. Develops and promotes community dental health programs.
Education: 
Graduate from an accredited Dental Hygiene school and pass both a written and clinical examination;
Dental Hygienist Licensure in the State of Ohio;
Able to work without direct supervision;
License to work without a Dentist;
Must have completed at least one year of college;
Current CPR Certificate (Healthcare provider BLS).
Minimum Qualifications: Dental Hygienists must be licensed in the State of Ohio. Hygienist must be a graduate from an accredited Dental Hygiene school and pass both a written and clinical examination. Dental hygienists must work well with others, particularly patients who may be under stress. Dental hygienists must have manual dexterity because they use dental instruments with little room for error within a patient's mouth.

certified dental assistant

Duties: Under the supervision of the Dental Director, the Certified Dental Assistant performs a variety of dental assisting duties while promoting quality dental care for outpatients and a safe environment of minimal stress. The Certified Dental Assistant assists the Dentist, instructs dental patients on how to properly care for their teeth, communicates effectively with patients, maintains equipment and inventory, and follows universal precautions and all OSHA requirements. The Certified Dental Assistant also performs advanced intra-oral procedures that are determined by the State of Ohio Dental Board with proper certification and current pit & fissure sealants & coronal polishing.
Education: 
High School graduate or equivalent;
Certified Dental Assistant certificate issued by an accredited institution.
Minimum Qualifications: Radiograph Licensure. CPR Certification (Healthcare Provider BLS). One year, or more, of experience in Dental Assisting. Able to occasionally work extended clinic hours. Willingness to travel to various Health Center locations, if requested.

dental assistant

Duties: Performs the specific duties described below and those assigned by the Dentist and the Dental Assistant in-so-far as they do not conflict with the Dental Assistant duties described in the Dental Practice Act and Rules. The Dental Assistant, under the direction of the Dentist, shall determine the sequence and duties to be assigned to the Dental Assistant. Hence, the Dental Assistant shall, at least perform these duties. Clean and disinfect all instruments, work surfaces, and fixtures, etc.; sterilization and storage of instruments. Receive, seat and dismiss the patient. Maintain the Dentist's daily schedule. Maintain the work area at a level of adequate supply, highest level of sanitation, and complete functioning consistent with standards of high quality. Maintain adequate inventory of supplies and materials. Perform the duties of Dental Assistant in his/her absence. Must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of patients served. Must also demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span. Must be able to identify and categorize each patient's age-specific grouping of needs, such as those for infant, adolescent, or geriatric patients.
Education: 
High School graduate or equivalent;
Certified Dental Assistant certificate issued by an accredited institution.
Minimum Qualifications: Radiograph Licensure. CPR Certification (Healthcare Provider BLS). One year, or more, of experience in Dental Assisting. Able to occasionally work extended clinic hours. Willingness to travel to various Health Center locations, if requested. 

DENTAL QUALITY COORDINATOR

Duties: The Dental Quality Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the competency and quality of clinical performance of all NEON Licensed Dental Assistants, Dental Hygienists, and Dentists. Conducts clinical orientation, training, and evaluation during their probation period and ensures that all dental staff is evaluated annually for clinical competency and performance. Develops and/or maintains the Dental Policies and Procedures Manual under the direction of the Dental Director. Ensures that all dental staff is competent using NEON's electronic health record, practice management system and clinical reporting requirements. Coordinates the preparation and on-going compliance with quality standards published by the Joint Commission.
Education:
Associate or Bachelor degree, or extensive experience in a Dental Practice setting and dental terminology. Bachelor degree preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: Familiarity with Ohio State Board Practice Act. Applicants must have a minimum of 1-2 years of experience working in a Community Health Center or similar ambulatory environment. Applicants must show dexterity with computers and working with databases/word processors and the ability to learn the use of the NextGen practice management system and Electronic Dental Records system. Applicants must have the ability to work independently. Applicants must possess strong organizational skills with orientation to detail. Applicants must have strong interpersonal skills, demonstrating the ability to work with patients and fellow staff members in an effective manner with sensitivity for diverse population groups.

Social Services

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER (MBF)

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Case Manager, the CHW is responsible for providing ongoing outreach services to at least 24-33 African American high risk pregnant women in the specified geographic locations. Effectively manage each participant's case file.
Education:
High School graduate or equivalent;
Bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field is preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be knowledgeable of community health and social service resources. Must have strong interpersonal skills, demonstrating the ability to work with patients and fellow staff members in an effective manner with sensitivity for diverse populations. 1-2 years of outreach, case management, community education, community engagement, or home health care experience preferred. Dependable transportation is required.

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER - (MOMSFIRST)

Duties: Under the general supervision of the MomsFirst Case Manager, the CHW is responsible for providing ongoing outreach services to 25-40 African American high risk pregnant women in the specified geographic locations. Effectively manage each participant's case file.
Education:
Associate degree in social services or related field is required;
Bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field is preferred.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be knowledgeable of community health and social service resources. Must have strong interpersonal skills, demonstrating the ability to work with patients and fellow staff members in an effective manner with sensitivity for diverse populations. 3-5 years of outreach, case management, community education, community engagement, or home health care experience preferred. Dependable transportation is required.

Administrative assistant

Duties:  Under the general supervision of the Program Manager the Administrative Assistant is responsible for performing a wide range of administrative and office support activities for the Ohio Babies 1st program.  the Administrative Assistant will work collaboratively with Case Managers and Community Health Workers to facilitate the efficient operation of the program.
Education:
High School Diploma or GED is required.
Minimum Qualifications:
Must have two to three years of experience working in an office/business setting. Must be organized. Must be detail oriented.  Must be proficient in utilizing Microsoft programs. Must be able to work with a team.

Health Information Management

Health information technician Specialist

Duties: The HIT Specialist plays a vital technical role in the medical records area at the health center level. The HIT Specialist will work under the guidance of both the Manager of Health Information and the Director of Health Information.  The overall work requires knowledge of medical records administration and general management. The primary functions of this position include (but are not limited to) the following tasks: maintaining and recording medical data in the Electronic Health Record (EHR) using NextGen technology, completing and reviewing correspondence communication to various agencies, working with immigrants to complete their application for citizenship, scanning, electronically filing correspondence, tracking PCMH and Joint Commission data for reporting, working with patients requests when needed and chart audits to support accurate medical coding functions, and continuous support to patient enrollment for the Patient Portal. The HIT Specialist must have the ability to apply laws and regulations on the confidentiality of information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Privacy Act of 1974 and Freedom of Information Act.
Education:
High School Graduate or equivalent;
Associate's degree preferred;
NextGen Competency Achievement Certificate;
Successful completion of Advanced Health Information training when made available.
Minimum Qualifications: 3-5 years experience in a medical records/HIT environment. Some experience performing ICD/CPT coding. Knowledge of HIPAA guidelines and Release of Information laws and processes. Experience with abstraction and data entry of medical records. Working knowledge of medical terminology. Ability to work with technical professionals, management and medical professionals in a team environment and the ability to work effectively independently. Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding the patient information in accordance with all HIPAA and NEON policies. Understand the following certification and our requirements for PCMH and Meaningful use. Must have a professional demeanor and the ability to communicate with patience and understanding