Responsible for basic administrative task; such as, greeting patients and visitors, answering the phone, registering patients, verifying insurance, and scheduling appointments. This is a full-time/part-time position.
The Medical Assistant I is responsible for performing a variety of complex patient care and administrative activities to assist providers, patients and staff. This position also assists in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management and provides clinical training to other staff. This position is located at our Family Health and Birth Center. This is a full-time position.
The Patient Account Receivables Specialist is accountable directly to the Director of Patient Billing. This position is responsible for performing accurate, timely and compliant follow up and billing of assigned CMS 1500 claims. This position will handle billing related correspondence and coordinates with others on responses as needed. The Specialist position also supports Provider credentialing processes. This is a full-time position.
This position supervises the Employment Services team working with families in Community of Hope’s (COH) housing programs. This position supervises the employment specialists; provides information, guidance, and coordination for all housing program staff to strengthen employment opportunities and placements; represents COH at community meetings regarding employment and workforce development; and provides leadership in implementation of program changes and growth. In addition, this position provides direct services to help families prepare, identify, obtain, and retain employment and education. This is a full-time position.
The Homelessness Prevention Program Director provides leadership, vision, and direction to the new Homelessness Prevention program and all elements of its goals, which include identifying those families most likely to become homeless, providing necessary assistance to prevent families from becoming homeless, and coordinating resources with partner agencies to ensure appropriate referrals are made. The Program Director is responsible for the development, general oversight, and day-to-day management of program activities related to assessment, evaluation, administering rental assistance and other housing-related financial assistance, as well as supportive services, including case management, mediation and family counseling, housing search and placement, and coordination with TANF employment services. This position is also responsible for the direct supervision of Homelessness Prevention Case Managers and Program Associate. This is a full-time position.
The Dental Receptionist is an integral part of the Community of Hope’s health services team. As the Dental Receptionist, you will be the first point of contact for our patients and a key part of ensuring that they receive exceptional service. You will be responsible for creating a smooth patient flow at the front desk by promptly checking patients in, ensuring all forms are completed and, and collecting payment. In addition, you will facilitate communication with patients by answering phones, routing messages to appropriate staff for assistance, and scheduling appointments. This is a full-time position.
Community of Hope is currently seeking a dedicated, full-time Quality Management Coordinator to join our team in providing project management, data collection and analysis, and oversight of performance improvement activities. In this position you will work closely with clinical leadership teams to ensure the highest quality of evidenced-based care is implemented, recognizing the relevance of the social determinants of health that impact the community we serve. This is a full-time position.
The Communications and Events Specialist constructs compelling stories, generates social and print media, and plans events to increase the visibility and funding of Community of Hope. We are looking for a candidate who can be proficient in communication and design, honed interpersonal skills, and knowledge of the creative development process.
The Family Case Management Coordinator is responsible for providing advocacy, home visiting and support services to families participating in the Healthy Start program. The goal of Healthy Start is to promote maternal and child and strong parent/child relationships using the Healthy Families America (HFA) and Growing Great Kids(GGK) evidence based models for home visiting.
Activities will also include developing Family Goal Plans, supporting families in achieving health and stability, coordinating appropriate referrals. This position will also supervise Family Case Managers within the home visiting program. This is a full time position.
Community of Hope’s Conway Health and Resource Center is currently seeking a dedicated, full-time primary care Family Nurse Practitioner to join our team in providing excellent, quality focused patient care to our DC community. This position provides a patient panel that is about 25% pediatrics and 75% adult preventive and chronic disease care. Community of Hope has integrated dental and behavioral health care into our medical clinics to provide team-based care for the whole patient. As a member of the healthcare team, you will be able to partner with other providers to develop and support patient goals that will positively impact their health outcomes. This is an outpatient only position.The practice utilizes the eClincal Works EMR. This is a full-time position.