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Full-time, Part-time
About this job


Alameda Health System offers outstanding benefits that include:

  • 100% employer health plan for employees and their eligible dependents

  • Unique benefit offerings that are partially or 100% employer paid

  • Rich and varied retirement plans and the ability to participate in multiple plans.

  • Generous paid time off plans

Role Overview:

Alameda Health System is hiring! The Practice Manager will be responsible for managing the Orthopedics Clinic.  We care for injuries and diseases of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. We use tools like X-ray and MRI for diagnosis. We then work with patients on a treatment plan to help with health and function. Our foot and ankle experts help patients recover after an accident or cope with ongoing conditions. If patients need surgery, physical therapy, or diabetic care for your feet, we can help.  This unit has a strong educational component for developing providers.  The position holds 2 workspaces, one at Highland Hospital and the other at Marina Wellness and Surgical Associates. 

DUTIES & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: NOTE: The following are the duties performed by employees in this classification, however, employees may perform other related duties at an equivalent level.  Not all duties listed are necessarily performed by everyone in the classification.

Plans, organizes and manages the operations and activities of one or more health clinics or health programs, ensuring a strategy for future grown in alignment with the AHS vision, mission and strategic plan; provides financial and management expertise to ensure that all patients receive high quality, affordable and efficient care; responsible for the day to day activities related to access, efficiency, productivity, service experience, scheduling, billing, provider communication and quality

  • Monitors expenditures and service revenues; assists in maintaining budgetary control and meet budgeted productivity targets; develops data collection systems and prepares regular statistical and progress reports.

  • Manages the flow of the operations to ensure compliance, efficiency, and patient satisfaction.

  • Makes regular rounds to units to evaluate status of patient care, operation and environment of the units and staff needs; evaluates progress of assigned areas and plans, implements, and evaluates programs to meet current and anticipated needs.

  • Manages revenue cycle components related to clinic operations to include charge reconciliation for providers and facility to meet budget targets; presents monthly revenue reports to key staff.

  • Addresses issues raised by providers, staff, patients, and other internal/external customers using LEAN and performance improvement principles; builds a culture of trust and collective problem-solving.

  • Gathers and analyzes information to determine new and ongoing resource needs; determines objectives and formulates procedures and protocols; monitors progress toward objectives; participates in the development and implementation of policies, and priorities; monitors availability and use of reference manual content.

  • Directs, supervises, and coaches staff daily; ensures that all staff are operating to the top of their license and providing high-value care to patients; develops, implements, and audits standard work throughout all units.

  • Regularly evaluates staff performance and maintains a culture of accountability; addresses any performance issues as needed.

  • Meets with the medical director (dyad partner) to review clinic performance and develop action plans to improve performance.

  • Promotes patient and staff satisfaction; regularly evaluates satisfaction survey results and addresses areas of improvement

  • Responsible for hiring, ensuring adequate staffing and ongoing timely performance evaluations and employees’ professional growth; ensures that staff understands roles and responsibilities and maintain high performance standards.


Required Education: High School diploma or equivalent.

Preferred Education: Bachelor's degree in Health Administration, Public Health, Business, or related field.

Required Experience: Five years of general supervisory experience with increasing responsibility in healthcare operations.


Highland General Hospital
FQHC HGH Ortho Pad
Full Time
FTE: 1