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Position: Full-time Dentist
Location: Sunland Park, New Mexico
- Responsible for the direction and coordination of the dental program of the primary care clinic.
- In conjunction with Administrator and Corporate Dental Director, direct and coordinate all dental service activities for the center.
- Responsible for direct rendering of dental services and for managing the overall operation of dental care services provided on a daily basis.
- Supervise all dental clinic personnel.
- Render dental services in compliance with applicable standards for quality clinical care. Inform, advise and offer solutions to Clinical Administrator regarding dental issues and administrative concerns with impact the dental operations.
- Provide for the development and clinical oversight of dental provider staff through regular consultations, assessing performance, reviewing statistical reports, including assurances that appropriate levels of licensure and certification are maintained.
- Maintain complete and updated clinical records.
- Assist in the development and implementation of clinical staff training activities.
- Assure that corporate Quality Improvement Plans and Standards are met and participate as necessary in the oversight of activities to review and assess the operation of the clinic.
- Develop and maintain good communication and working relationships between various departments in the clinic and between departments recognizing that the health center is part of the total LCDF organization and program of services.
- Ensure the maintenance of a work schedule and call schedule that is consistent with operation of the clinic.
- Work with medical, dental, nursing and other professional staff members in the development of programs such as preventative medicine, nutrition, sanitation, rehabilitation, mental health, social services, etc.
- Must have DDS/DMD from an accredited college endorsed by the American Dental Association (ADA).
- Must hold or be eligible to obtain a valid license to practice dentistry in New Mexico, DEA certification, and New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification.
Send resume to Tomasa A. Shanbhag, HR Officer, La Clinica de Familia, Inc., 385 Calle de Alegra, Bldg. A, Las Cruces, NM 88005
Provides direct nursing support to the clinic nurse and medical providers by performing general nursing duties within the scope of nursing assistant education/knowledge while promoting the well-being of all people of S. NM through community health and social services. Provides direct patient care as delegated by the nursing staff and in compliance with the New Mexico Nurse Practice Act. Education/Training; Have a high school diploma or equivalent and must have successfully completed Nursing or Medical Assistant training, Bilingual English/Spanish.
Family Support Specialist II
Provides a broad range of family support (FSS) services to interconception women and families with babies ages zero through three. Services include care coordination, health education, interconception care/education, outreach, and home visiting. FSS is responsible for assessing needs, coordinating/monitoring and delivering a broad range of services. High School Diploma or equivalent with minimum of two years experiences in early childhood (Credit may be given for educational degree, i.e., Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited program), Infant Mental Health Endorsement preferred.
Under the general direction of the Director of Nursing or direct supervisor, and working with the Medical Director and medical Providers, the Registered Nurse is responsible for the performance of job duties including patient flow, statistical information, lab, pharmacy, and medical records.
Required skills include:
- Bilingual English/Spanish
- Demonstrates mastery of computer programs and technology needed to perform job duties/engages in continuous learning to develop related skills and capabilities.
- Demonstrates mastery of computer programs and technology needed to perform job duties/ engages in continuous learning to develop related skills and capabilities.
- Ability to handle patient complaints with tact and diplomacy
- Strong working knowledge of health management and service delivery
- Working knowledge of, and experience with, the culture of LCDF"s patient population
- Strong skills in communication and teambuilding
- Excellent critical thinking and analytical skills
- High degree of organization and attention to detail
- Excellent math skills
- Strong sense of self-initiative and adaptability
- Ability to work in compliance with Nurse Practice Act, State of New Mexico
- Current New Mexico RN License; current CPR certification/training; ongoing maintenance of CEU's.
Certified Family Nurse Practitioner : Provides outpatient primary care health services, follows LCDF clinical policies, procedures, and protocols for patient are by nurse practitioners. This includes an emphasis on health maintenance, patient education, the management of stable chronic illnesses, and care of minor acute illnesses. In instances not explicitly covered by LCDF protocols, follows current standards for quality clinical care. Formulation and implementation of appropriate diagnostic and treatment plans. Must be able to work and problem solve independently. Cultural competence with Hispanic population. Basic office procedures relevant to duties contracted for according to primary care.
Requirements: Graduate from nurse practitioner program. Additional training in primary care preferred but not required. Licensed by the New Mexico Board of Nursing to practice, Board Certification in a primary care specialty. DEA certification. New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification.
Behavioral Health Counselor: (LISW)
Application Process: To be qualified for position one must submit a complete job application at www.lcdfnm.org, or fax to 575-524-4266 or at our office. Resume may also be attached. For further questions, call 575-541-6156
Responsible for counseling and crisis intervention and case management.
Duties and Responsibilities: These tasks may be considered Essential Functions
Perform Psychosocial Assessment for program participants.
Conduct intake interviews with new clients and perform all related intake activities.
Conducts crisis intervention counseling.
Provide short-term counseling for clients and/or their family members individually or in groups.
Develop and monitor a service plan for each assigned client.
Act as an advocate and/or referral agent to clients needing assistance from other agencies/programs.
Prepares correspondence regarding treatment plans and maintains progress notes in clients' charts.
Documents in clients' EMHR timely progress notes.
Comply with all rules, policies, and procedures.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Masters Degree in social work and 2 years experience in similar setting. State of New Mexico certification in Social Work. Independent Licensed Social Worker credentials. NM driver's license and current auto insurance. Must be bilingual English/Spanish
Behavioral Health Program Director
Responsible for overall management and daily operation of the Behavioral Health Department. Under collaborative direction and guidance of the CEO, assists in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the program, projects and grants management. Ensures the program is compliant with licensing regulations, write reports and provide input as it relates to treatment goals and objectives. The director may also communicate with medical staff, federal and state agencies, patients and families. Supervises all program staff. Licensure required; LMSW, or equivalent preferred, Masters from an accredited university in behavioral science, adminstration, or helath related field with 3 to 5 years of experience in health care administration. License to practice social work in New Mexico is required; MISW is preferred. Current NM driver's license and current automobile insurance.
Medical/Dental PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
Responsible for performing front office duties, including greeting & registering patients, and basic clerical duties in overall daily support of clinic functions and staff, while ensuring that the front office environment is respectful and supportive to patients.
Effectively monitors daily schedule of appointments using electronic health records and practice management system, calling patients one day in advance to confirm appointments, and ensuring accurate scheduling. Collects patient payments and posts all patient transactions in accordance with established procedures, auditing records on a regular basis to ensure accuracy. Consistently initiates claim form processing with patients for those who are potentially eligible for third party coverage and verify third party insurance, Migrant, and IHC for eligibility. High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of one year's clerical experience required; healthcare experience preferred. Need to demonstrate proficiency after training on electronic health records and practice management system.
Bilingual English / Spanish
- Exceptionally strong customer service, communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to maintain high degree of confidentiality
- High degree of organization, analytical abilities and attention to detail
- Good basic math skills
- Demonstrated self initiative and adaptability with ability to take direction
- Basic office skills - ability to use windows based software, copier, fax machine, etc
- Demonstrated ability to treat patients with respect, dignity, respect and culturally appropriate
- Familiarity with respective community and knowledge of its resources
Medical Records Clerk
Maintains the medical records at their assigned clinic. Will assist the Medical Office Manager in establishing and improving methods in order to achieve uniformity and operating efficiency withing established company policies and procedures for records. Will provide support for daily overall operation of business office as directed. This position will travel to all LCDF sites. Bilingual English/Spanish required. Must be willing to use personal vehicle in the course of employment.
Dental Assistant (2 positions)
Performs semi-technical dental and routine clerical work. Work involves assisting the dentist during examination and treatment; cleaning; sterilizing; and arranging instrument; assisting dentist with x-rays. Work under the supervision of the dentist and performs routine tasks according to standard procedures and instructions. Education/Training: High School Diploma and six months experience in a dental office and completion of a training course in dental assistance. Bilingual English/Spanish.
User Support Technician
The User Support Technician responds to immedicate user support needs in regard to hardware and software installation and trouble-shooting, basic operatin system and applications training, and network systems administration. The User Support Technician must ahave good verbal and written communication skills to interact directly with users and vendors, and to mantain logs, inventories and other records to insure the smooth functioning of the organization on a day-to-day basis. Associates Degree in Computer Science of related filed and one year related experience. Current drivers license and auto insurance. Must be willing to use personal vehicel in the course of employment.
Network Administrator is primarily responsible for the configuration, maintenance, and development of local and wide area network services. The Network Administratior applies technical expertise to the solution of data integration and automation issues, and insures that data security and integrity is maintained throughout the system. Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in computer science or related computer field or 5 years of relevant and related experience. Cisco and Microsoft certifications required or relevant and related experience. Cisco and Microsoft certifications required or relevant and related experience. Must have current NM dirvers license and current automobile insurance.
Health Information Systems Adminstrator
Responsible for leading the health information management services (Medical/Dental/Behavioral Health) across the organization; promoting compliance and best practices in all areas. Develops statistical and financial reports for senior management and provides interpretation of data. Provides leadership and guidance to departmental staff. Bachelor's Degree in Health Information Technology or related field with 5 years' experience. Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and management systems (CPHIMS) preferred. Registered Health Information Adminstrator preferred Valid NM driver's license and current auto insurance.
Responsible for performing a variety of tasks, facilitating internal and external communications, effectively maintaining and tracking schedules, minutes, clinics licenses and other functions which provide support for the daily overall operation of the COO functions. Associate Degree in Secretarial Science with 1 year of experience in related field or 4 years of experience in related field is preferred. Healthcare background is strongly preferred.