The role of Site Clinical Director is to provide direct clinical and spiritual leadership to the medical, dental, and behavioral health providers at the clinical site. The Site Clinical Director works closely with the Vice President of Operations to provide leadership to the clinical teams at the site. The Site Clinical Director is responsible for overseeing quality medical, dental, and behavioral health care delivery at the site.
The Site Clinical Director is responsible for directing and coordinating the clinicians at his/her site to provide high-quality Christ-like medical care that meets national standards, complies with CCHS clinical protocols, achieves performance objectives & productivity benchmarks, and meets compliance measures.
*Relocation options available for the right candidate.
1. Provides professional medical services as a board-certified (or board eligible) physician in his/her specialty, as described in the job description for physicians.
2. Demonstrates commitment to CCHS Values of Faithfulness, Unity, Service and Excellence. Promotes integration of care between the medical team, behavioral health, spiritual health, dental care and pharmacy at that site.
3. Supervises providers at the site, confirming proficiency in clinical care, EMR usage, and professionalism, ensuring that advanced practitioners have appropriate supervision.
4. Facilitates new provider onboarding, including orienting new providers to site-specific components of their positions, coordinating with Provider training team, and serving as a liaison to the Credentialing Specialist for completion of credentialing.
5. Ensures appropriate provider clinic scheduling and approves provider PTO requests four to six weeks in advance.
6. Meets regularly with the Vice President of Operations, to discuss clinic operations, quality initiatives, productivity, financial reports, staffing needs, staff morale, social activities, prayer times and spiritual vision.
7. Along with the Vice President of Operations, sets the agenda and leads the monthly site staff meeting. Provides input and feedback to the Vice President of Operations regarding training, coaching and discipline of support staff at the site.
8. Serves as liaison between site providers and CCHS, attending site leads and operations team meetings and communicating organizational changes to the providers under his/her leadership.
9. Reviews site-specific and individual providers’ quality improvement measure outcomes, and collaborates with the Vice President of Operations and CCHS Quality teams to develop and implement strategies for improvement.
10. Performs annual reviews of all medical providers at the site. With input from the Chair of Dentistry and Chair of Behavioral Health, performs annual reviews of dental and behavioral health providers at the site.
JOBS THIS POSITION DIRECTLY SUPERVISES
Nurse Practitioners or Physician Assistants: 1-2
Behavioral health consultant (Psychologist or LCSW): 1
Dentist (in the future): 1
Board certification, or Board eligible, in a major primary care specialty field of practice with a minimum of two years experience.
Experience providing services in underserved primary care setting, such as a community health center, is preferred.
Healthcare team leadership experience is desired.
Education: Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy.
Licenses or Certifications: Current, valid license to practice medicine in the State of Tennessee, including DEA license and CPR, required.
Level 3 – Requires a high level of concentration and high level of attention intermittently. Generally, the approach to tasks may be consistent, but the number of steps required and/or the number of variables involved creates the possibility of errors unless the incumbent pays close attention.
Approximate percentage of time spent lifting, pulling and/or pushing: 10%
Maximum number of pounds required (with or without assistance): 25 lbs.
Types of objects the incumbent is required to lift/pull/push:
Machines and Equipment Used:
Machines, Equipment, Tools - Approximate % of Time
1. Computer/Laptop - 90%
2. Copier - 20%
3. Clinical Equipment - 50%
Approximate percentage of time incumbent spends in “on-the-job” travel, excluding commuting to regular work location: 15%
Office environment and clinic setting with some exposure to individuals with potentially contagious infections; low-moderate risk of injury