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Sr Clinical Manager Ambulatory - OB/GYN in Philadelphia, PA

Pennsylvania Medicine

Philadelphia, PA 19102
6w ago


$100K - $150K*


Nursing, Healthcare Management


8 - 10 years

Job Description

Position Description:

The Clinical Manager is responsible for the consistent and comprehensive patient care delivery in the ambulatory practice setting. The Clinical Manager is responsible for maintaining the highest level of patient/customer satisfaction, education and patient confidentiality. The Clinical Manager demonstrates that employee and partner satisfaction is a precursor to patient satisfaction.

The Clinical Manager is responsible for continually assessing the clinical care team to ensure quality, compliance with governmental agencies and patient access.

Typical scope for this role is:

15+ staff reports directly and indirectly managed

20,000+ budgeted annual visits

Complexity Factors (may involve a few of the following factors of practice complexity):

Multiple practice locations

High practice/facility square footage

Service line oversight

Coordination of inpatient services

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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Pennsylvania Medicine

Pennsylvania Hospital is a private, non-profit, 534-bed teaching hospital located in Center City Philadelphia and affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Founded on May 11, 1751, by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond, Pennsylvania Hospital was the first hospital in the American colonies and is the oldest hospital in the United States. It is also home to Americas first surgical amphitheatre and its first medical library. Pennsylvania Hospital was originally conceived in 1751 by Dr. Thomas Bond as an institution "for the reception and cure of the sick poor ... free of charge" and was funded grace to donations of the people of Philadelphia. On September 2, 1751, Mathias Koplin donated the first plot of ground for the new hospital. The first (temporary) building was opened on February 6, 1752, on High Street (now Market Street). Elizabeth Gardner, a Quaker widow, was appointed Matron of the hospital. As the hospital received support of the leading families in Philadelphia, its permanence was secured, and Samuel Rhoads was appointed architect of the new building. Thomas Stretch was among the leading citizens of Philadelphia and one of the founders of Pennsylvania Hospital. He was a member of the Union Fire Company, also known as Benjamin Franklins Bucket Brigade and a founder of the social club known as Schuylkill Fishing Company, and the Club’s first governor in 1732, re-elected annually until his death in 1765. Stretch was a director of the Philadelphia Contributionship (Hand-in-Hand fire mark) from 1758 to 1761.
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