Clinical Care Coordinator, OB/GYN

Job Description

The Clinical Care Coordinator will serve as departmental support for any clinical or non-clinical need. The position will help leadership track and implement system and departmental initiatives. The Clinical Care coordinator will assist with any patient care needs, clinic flow, and other duties that support the growth of the division.


Maintain Departmental Standards:
  • Establish, maintain, and audit patient satisfaction information and data to improve patient satisfaction initiatives
  • Investigate patient satisfaction discrepancies and make recommendations to resolve and ensure future discrepancy is not repeated
  • Audit and analyze departmental processes and systems to ensure accuracy and all tasks are being carried out appropriately
  • Act as Subject Matter Expert for department within scope of practice
  • Maintain department goals and or tasks to keep them on schedule and help implement them
  • Update departmental policies and procedures, maintain records, and distribute to staff

Training and Development:
  • Assist in development and training of staff as outlined by leadership
  • Monitor training completion and licensure renewals and work with leadership on any necessary training remediation

Administrative Support:
  • Maintain personnel file system
  • Maintain calendars, schedule meetings, send notifications to staff
  • Order supplies within budget and process invoices and check requests
  • Document control
  • Assist with copying, faxing, and mailings
  • Create reports to review and maintain enterprise standards
  • Draft various documents and maintain departmental manuals/rosters/lists

Registration Processing & Front Desk Management:
  • Assist with registration, pre-registration, greeting patients, and sign in of patients

Clinical Coordination:
  • Assist with referral and work ques Assist with pre-visit planning and preparation
  • Help with scheduling and medical record management

Other Duties as Assigned


Education & Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • Associate's Degree, required, Bachelor's Degree, preferred

  • 3 - 5 Years experience required
  • 6 - 10 Years experience preferred
  • Exposure to Women's Health, MA or LPN preferred