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  • 04/29/2023 4:56 PM | Anonymous


    Highly respected plastic surgery practice in Savannah, GA seeks an individual to join us as our team visionary and business leader.


    This position is ideal for you if you desire to be in a growth environment with the goal of enhancing your career while leading our practice vision, day-to-day operations, financial, personnel, compliance, and EMR/computer network oversight.

    You’ll be given the responsibility for advancing the practice mission and cultivating a culture of excellence and excitement in daily practice operations, while engaging routinely with the physician-owners for constructive feedback and ongoing opportunities to define, articulate, and drive comprehensive goals for practice success and growth.

    You will have the opportunity to work with four surgeons and oversee ~45 team members that includes surgical and non-surgical services, and state-of-the-art aesthetic services in our Skin Institute & Laser Center.


    Business degree and some prior plastic practice management experience highly preferred though leadership experience in other practice specialties or progressive business environments will be considered. Additionally, you must have excellent organizational, interpersonal and teambuilding skills. Revenue cycle knowledge including coding and billing is required.

    Every team member is on an ongoing improvement journey; the joy is not just the end-result but improving each day and seeing tangible positive impacts with our patients and practice along the way.      

    We’ve built a company culture that is centered on Exceptional Performance delivering excellent patient care. We offer challenging work and an environment where you can take ownership of your career—and get out as much as you put in. Join a team of great people working towards an opportunity where patient, employee, and doctor benefit!

    This is a full-time position in a pleasant work environment with competitive compensation and benefits. Expenses will be considered for relocating to this thriving area. Savannah is the county seat of Chatham, Georgia. It is a historical waterfront city offering growing performing arts and cultural events. Savannah hosts four colleges and universities. As of the 2020 census, the metropolitan area had a population of approximately 405K, making for a vibrant and growing coastal area.  

    To begin the recruitment process, please submit your resume and cover letter via email to: Savannah Administrator at

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  • 04/24/2023 9:50 AM | Anonymous

    (Can live in TN, TX, or OK. Requires 6-8 days of travel per month)

    The Sr. Administrator of Physician Practices will provide overall direction and professional business management to the physician practice offices within Texas and Oklahoma.  The Sr. Administrator will be responsible (along with leadership for the region and corporate) to create, define, execute, and hold their teams accountable to the overall strategy and goals for their market/region as well as the organization.  They will also be responsible for the administration, direction and coordination of all activities including non-clinical workflow processes and clinical oversight.   This includes but is not limited to the creation of budgets (with leadership) and managing the details of revenues/expenditures within budgeted plans, developing strategies for growth, ensuring positive interactions with third parties (payers, outside agencies, patients, etc.) leading staff and managing personnel issues, completing timely reports, and maintaining high standards of quality and compliance.  The Sr. Administrator communicates with the hospital Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Regional President, corporate leaders/partners, and other senior management leaders regarding all clinic information (financial and non-financial), employee issues, physician issues, marketing, new business ideas etc.  The Sr. Administrator will comply with the mandates of required accrediting and regulatory agencies and communicate pertinent information to the members of senior management (both local and corporate).  The Sr. Administrator reports directly to the Regional Administrator – Clinics.

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    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    (List in order of importance or percentage of time spent on the particular responsibility – High to Low


    Directly involved with the local leadership team/corporate leadership team in the creation of strategic goal development/initiatives for physician practice operations; ensures goals are clearly defined and communicated to clinic teams; ensures execution; and develops/maintains an accountability plan to ensure goal achievement.



    Provides directions, reviews, evaluates; and ensures accountability for the performance of all physician practice operations; ensures all operational activities including key metrics, capital/non-labor are within budget / goal. 



    Directly supervises Administrators and/or Sr. Directors.  Indirectly supervises all physician office staff in assigned practices, both clinical and non-clinical (Receptionists, LPNs, RNs CMAs, etc.); and Providers (Physicians, NPs, PAs).



    Responsible for the staffing levels of all clinic operations to include staffing ratio, labor budget and productivity standards/compliance. 



    Coordinates with appropriate resources the procedures for administration in support of accounts payable, liability insurance requirements and like functions within physician practices as required.



    Works with CFO and leadership (Market and Corporate) to develop physician practice operations budget; communicates budget goals; and holds team accountable to ensure all operational activities are within defined budget / goal.  Actively participates in MORs.



    Responsible for working with leadership on physician recruitment, physician salary resets, quarterly bonuses, and compensation plans; responsible for the coordination and oversight of all provider contracts.



    Responsible for listening to customer service complaints, investigates, and follows-up to ensure satisfaction of customers, elevating to next level if needed.



    Travel Requirements:  6 - 8 days per month




    Required Education:

    Master’s Degree in Business Management, Healthcare Administration, Public Health, or a closely related field


    Preferred Education:

    Same as Required



    Required Experience:

    Minimum of 5 (five) years progressive management experience in a large physician practice setting managing multiple locations


    Demonstrated success in managing a multi-site, multi-specialty physician practice operations.


    Demonstrated success in change management and driving accountability.


    Strong experience developing and implementing operating plans and analyzing financial accounts.


    Demonstrates a high level of interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, in order to establish, promote and maintain positive working relationships with administration, the medical staff, clinic staff, the community, third party payors, and all other internal and external customers, as needed.




    Preferred Experience:

    Same as Required




    Required License/Registration/Certification:



    Preferred License/Registration/Certification:



    Travel Requirments:

    6 – 8 days per month

  • 04/10/2023 3:57 PM | Anonymous

    Rainbow Kids Clinic (RKC), our caring, innovative, fast-paced ten-provider pediatric practice in Clarksville (45-minutes outside Nashville) seeks a proven leader to replace its departing administrator.

    The right candidate will bring demonstrated business strategy and financial management expertise to the job. Our new administrator must be a seasoned team leader with excellent communication skills. They will oversee a strong management team that includes several department managers who have been with the practice more than a decade and been instrumental in RKC’s rapid growth in recent years.

    In response to patient needs and market opportunity, RKC was one of the first pediatric practices in Tennessee to achieve NCQA medical home accreditation. In the years since, we’ve continuously sought ways to improve our processes to serve patients; foster a productive, positive workplace; and respond to market changes. For example, we’ve recently implemented patient communication hub to connect with patients. We’re also proud of our uniquely provider-supportive office and workflow. Our clinical team approach enables high productivity and the opportunity to earn more compensation without sacrificing home time.

    It's our goal to continue to improve on all these dimensions and find new ways for our practice to advance. Analyzing our organization and developing and implementing future improvements (in partnership with our practice owner/medical director) will be an important part of the administrator job.

    Our location in Clarksville, a fast-growing, family-oriented community in Middle Tennessee, is a wonderful place to call home. With its mix of outdoor activities, economic growth, and world-class urban amenities nearby in Nashville, Clarksville has been spotlighted by national media as one of the best places to live in the United States.

    We are seeking the following qualities in a new administrator:

    • Demonstrated leadership skills to head a talented team of 45 that includes managers, staff, and clinical and administrative professionals;
    • Excellent financial planning and cash management skills;
    • Proven ability to lead change initiatives inside a mid-sized practice;
    • Familiarity with modern workflow and quality ideas and payment programs (experience with government and commercial quality/accreditation programs (PCMH experience a plus);
    • Experience overseeing outsourced revenue cycle management and contracting with payers;
    • Superior analytical skills and a data-driven decision-making philosophy;
    • Human resource skills for compensation planning and design, hiring, performance evaluation, and training/professional development;
    • Thorough knowledge of compliance needs of an independent practice business (HIPAA, OSHA, ADA, etc.);
    • Bachelor’s degree and track record of personal professional development (MBA, MHA, other advanced management degree and/or certifications like ACMPE) are strongly preferred;
    • Ongoing participation in professional organizations like MGMA, AAPC, PAHCOM also a plus;
    • Minimum of seven (7) years management experience in an ambulatory practice setting, ideally in pediatrics.

    Capko & Morgan is helping Rainbow Kids Clinic with the search for a qualified, energetic, strategic administrator to take on this critical position. Candidates should contact Capko & Morgan (Laurie Morgan) for more information and to apply.


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