Careers at NHA

Neighborhood Health Association welcomes inquiries for employment with us.

Support Staff and Managers

Email


Professionals seeking employment as support staff and managers with Neighborhood Health Association, please email your interest and attach resume to resume@nhainc.org.

USPS Mail


If you would like to mail us your resume with our NHA Application, please download the application, Employment Application for review and completion - please send along with your resume to:

NHA
Attn: Human Resources
313 Jefferson Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43604

Telephone

You may contact Human Resources at 419.720.7883 ext. 212 and speak to our Human Resource Specialist.

Physicians-Mid-Levels (Primary and Specialty)

Email


Providers seeking employment in Medical or Dental Positions with Neighborhood Health Association please email your interest and attach resume to resume@nhainc.org and/or wforney@nhainc.org 

USPS Mail

If you would like to mail us your resume with our NHA Application, please download the application,

Contract Employment Application for review and completion - please send along with your resume to:

NHA
Attn: Provider Recruitment
313 Jefferson Avenue
Toledo, Ohio 43604

Telephone

You may contact Provider Recruitment at 
419.720.7883 ext. 204 and speak to our Provider Recruitment Specialist.

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Current Vacancies

Billing Specialist Reports to Revenue Manager
General Function

Responsible for collecting, posting and managing account payments, submitting claims and following up with insurance companies. Responsible for inputting all charges incurred during on-site office visits and entering all payments received on-site. This requires that the employee remains current with specifics of all payer types. Will work with medical staff to assure that all necessary information is provided on the encounter form and must reconcile all printed forms. Will be responsible for entering all new private insurance data that is collected. On assigned days will assist the Scheduling Coordinator acting as the "Out-take Clerk”.

 Skills/Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED; knowledge of medical billing/collection practices and computer programs.  Knowledge of basic medical coding and third party operating procedures and practices

Position works at Admin Bldg.  Salary $14.00 - $15.00 per hour based on experience.  Position is Full-Time.

Medical Director Reports to Chief Medical Officer
General Function

Under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer (CMO), provides direction and over sight for the nurse practitioners, the development and oversight of all clinically related programs (i.e., Centering, Health education, but not the daily operation of the clinics) the overall operation of NHA’s medical services. Responsible for the execution of those measures necessary, as determined by Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance findings, to ensure the provision of quality medical care to NHA patients and ensure HRSA compliance. Will have direct patient care responsibilities as required by the organization (anticipated to be approximately 60%) on a part-time basis and administration (anticipated to be approximately 40%). Represents the organization at local, state and national meetings.  Performs as CMO in the absence of the CMO.

Skills and Qualifications:

Board certified practitioner, preferably in family practice in the State of Ohio.  Should have demonstrated ability in the management of clinical providers and ancillary services. Knowledge of QI/QA and or Total Quality Management theory and practices. Knowledge of and a desire to work within a public/community medicine model of service delivery.  Ability to work with non-profit boards, committees, and task forces.  Ability to work with people of various economic, social, racial and ethnic backgrounds.  Familiarity with program planning and monitoring.  Knowledge of Quality Assurance and/or Total Quality Management theory and practice.

 

Manager, Care Coordinators Reports to CEO
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), a Federally Qualified Health Center, is seeking a full time Manager to oversee the Care Coordinator Program. It is the mission of the Neighborhood Health Association to put health within reach of all community members, regardless of the ability to pay, through equal access to quality medical care and educational and support services essential for well-being of body and mind.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • ​This position oversees all ongoing activities related to coordinating and providing direct social services and care coordination for clients of the Neighborhood Health Association, which includes liaison and referral services to appropriate medical, social service and community resources.
  • Personnel management responsibilities include: training, hiring/firing, evaluating and advocating for Social Service staff development and implementation, as needed.
  • Develop and update department forms, policies and procedures, and any appropriate assessment tools required to facilitate the functions of the Social Work Department Supervision of United Way grant requirements ensuring compliance of all objectives. In addition, helps in preparation of this grant
  • Develop and coordinate community resource contacts regarding conferences, workshops, meetings, etc., and to promote public relations within the community for the Neighborhood Health Association, via health fairs, etc.
  • Provide back-up support for staff and clients at NHA's sites
  • Reports and summarizes progress and activities to CEO at regular intervals
  • Prepares and conducts in-service to clinic staff and social service staff, as needed

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired
  • A valid Ohio driver's license and auto insurance with an acceptable driving record.
  • Two (2) years of experience in a management role are required Two (2) years of experience in Public Health, Community Health Center, Clinic or hospital management, preferred
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft applications with EMR experience a plus
  • Strong leadership and planning skills required
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally, in writing, face-to-face, and over the phone; and professionally with people from diverse backgrounds and at all levels of the organization.
  • Ability to work independently toward predetermined outcomes
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work load in order to meet established schedules, timelines, or deadlines
Family Practice Physician Reports to Chief of Medicine
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), an FQHC located in Toledo, Ohio, is currently looking for a Family Practice Physician who thrives in an outpatient environment working with other physicians and advanced practice registered nurses. Twenty (20) hours will be spent seeing patients and twenty (20) hours collaborating with our advanced practice registered nurses.

The Family Practice Physician is a member of the PCMH Care Team.   All members of the PCMH Care Team work cooperatively and interact with the patients and other team members to coordinate patient care. PCMH goals and objectives include increased access to patient care, high quality patient care, and patient self-management of care. 

It is the mission of the Neighborhood Health Association through our exceptional health care services, we empower and educate, aggressively working to eliminate health care inequities, supporting personal responsibility for one’s own health regardless of the ability to pay.

You must have an active license to practice medicine from the Ohio state medical board.

A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in an outpatient setting is required for this opportunity.

Send Resume/CV and Salary Requirements via Email

Wilson Forney
Recruiting Specialist
Neighborhood Health Association
313 Jefferson Avenue
Toledo, Ohio  43604
wforney@nhainc.org
(419) 720-7883  x204  Office

Addiction Medicine Provider Reports to Chief Medical Officer
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), an FQHC located in Toledo, Ohio, has an exciting opportunity for an Addiction Medicine Provider in a part-time capacity within our Medically Assisted Treatment program.

This role will be part of our addictions team which specializes in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) through counseling and medical treatment for those suffering from opioid addiction.

Ideal candidates will be flexible, team-oriented and have a passion for addiction medicine/MAT. Suboxone certification is required.    

You will be responsible for providing quality care to NHA patients in an out-patient setting, in collaboration with counselors and general medicine care providers.  

NHA adheres to a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care, and is recognized through the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).  As a PCMH recognized organization, our focus is to provide quality care for our patients through improved access to services, patient-centered approaches and patient self-management of care.

Send CV and Salary Requirements via E-mail or Fax

Neighborhood Health Association
Attn: Wilson Forney
Recruiting Specialist
313 Jefferson Avenue
Toledo, OH 43604
Phone: 419-720-7883 x204
Fax: 419-720-7896 or Email wforney@nhainc.org

Full-time providers also encouraged to apply.

Chief Medical Officer Reports to Chief Executive Officer
General Function

General Function:

Oversees and manages the medical clinics, pharmacy, patient records, medical support staff (nurses and medical assistants) and medical providers. Responsible for the execution of those measures necessary, as determined by Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance findings, to ensure the provision of quality medical care to NHA patients. Will have both direct patient care responsibilities and administration responsibilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Provides direct patient/clinical care in ambulatory setting.

Organizes the provider recruitment and retention program. Seeks, screens, and interviews medical provider candidates and recommends employment to the CEO.

Develops qualification standards for physician and mid-level provider credentialing for NHA personnel committee, job descriptions and evaluation standards.

Conducts medical staff performance and quality improvement/quality assurance evaluations. Directly evaluates providers and direct reports and signs off on medical support staff evaluations. Supervises medical outreach efforts.

Develops and maintains physician and nurse practitioner clinic and call schedule to maintain adequate and optimal clinic coverage.

Develops and oversees the implementation of NHA's health care plan, and participates in long-range strategic planning process. Develops clinical objectives for the agency, makes recommendations on priorities to the CEO.

Updates medical Principals of Practice in accordance with changing service needs and professional standards.

Actively participates on the center’s Quality Management Team, representing and providing input from medical, pharmacy, and lab in Quality Management team meetings.

Member of the Provider Advisory Committee. Attends all Board of Trustee meetings and reports progress on goals.

Serves as management liaison to the Board’s Quality Improvement Committee and is responsible for performing and or delegating and presenting findings of QI/QA audits and other measures to the QI Committee. Serves as Chairperson of NHA’s staff QI Committee.

Develops linkages and acts as primary preceptor with Mercy Family Practice residency program, and to other medical students and residents, delegating direct responsibility to other providers as indicated.

Develops and supervises in-service presentations to clinical staff.

Participates in the development of the primary care budget and develops the medical department budget, including the compensation plan and supply budget.

Represents the agency in the community on medical issues.

Demonstrated ability in management of clinical provider and ancillary service.

Strong oral and written communication skills and interactive personal and management skills.

Knowledge of and desire to work within a public/community medicine model of service delivery.

Ability to work with non-profit boards, committees and task forces.

Familiarity with program planning and monitoring.

Knowledge of Quality Assurance and/or Total Quality Management theory and practice.

Ability to work with people of various economic, social, racial and ethnic backgrounds.

Advises CEO on information system needs, develops, recommends and conducts special studies of operations.

Interprets clinical data, formulates and recommends changes in clinical programming which are seen to be needed due to changes in health behavior epidemiology or problems in the community.

Lead the periodic review of practice management functions, e.g., receptor, telephone triage, patient flow, outreach service, laboratory, pharmacy, follow-up on missed appointments, referral tracking and transcription. Review patient satisfaction surveys; resolves patient complaints as referred by Administrative Assistant.

Conducts regular departmental meetings with clinic providers and support personnel.

Position Requirements:

Board certified practitioner, preferably in family practice in the State of Ohio.

·         Should have demonstrated ability in the management of clinical providers and ancillary services.

·         Knowledge of QI/QA and or Total Quality Management theory and practices.

·         Knowledge of and a desire to work within a public/community medicine model of service delivery.

·         Ability to work with non-profit boards, committees, and task forces.

·         Ability to work with people of various economic, social, racial and ethnic backgrounds.

Job Type: Full-time

Manager, Womens Community Care Service Reports to CEO
General Function

The Manager, Women’s Community Care Service, through the patient centering and other programs, will ensure direct access to well woman, maternity and associated women's health care services designed to reduce barriers and help address health disparities among high-risk and under-served services. This role is responsible for the overall supervision, design and implementation of these programs.

Full Time:  M-F (8AM to 5PM)

Annual Salary: $90,000

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Will supervise and when appropriate, provide medical care for underserved and at risk women
  • Manages and provides care and education in the organization's Centering and other assigned women's health programs
  • Develops, implements and evaluates community based educational programs, including the Doula and Centering training program
  • Along with the organization's Community Health Workers, will conduct training on the identification of maternal early warning signs of at risk pregnancies in community based locations to prevent obstetric emergencies
  • Provides comprehensive nursing assessment of obstetrical patients including planning, implementation, coordinating, monitoring and evaluation of care plans
  • Serves as a resource for the education of high risk obstetrical patients across the continuum of care
  • Functions as a practitioner consultant, role model, and educator, ensuring quality patient care and
  • Coordinates and optimizes resources within the NHA health care team of physicians, certified nurse practitioner, clinical specialists, patients and
  • Participates in continuous quality improvement activities and educational experience in support of identified departmental outcomes and objectives. Training course for the practice of advanced
  • Supervises, develops and implements programing for the Huron St. Women's Resource Center
  •  Provides one on one support to clients throughout the program.
  • Monitor the improvements of the clients and providing coaching when necessary.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
Director of Medical Support Services Reports to CEO
General Function

This position functions as executive/administrative to ensure all medical clinical objectives are met with regards to medical services provided. Responsible for development and implementation of new programs for NHA services. Ensures federal requirements are met for Health Care Plan.

 

Family Practice Physician - Contingent Reports to Chief Medical Officer
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), an FQHC located in Toledo, Ohio, has an exciting opportunity for a Family Practice Physician who is looking to work as needed to cover for vacations and the unexpected. 
Contact Wilson Forney, Recruiting Specialist, via email wforney@nhainc.org or call (419) 720-7883 for more information.

The Family Practice Physician is a member of the (Patient Centered Medical Home) PCMH Care Team.  
All members of the PCMH Care Team will work cooperatively with and interact with the patients and other team members
to coordinate patient care and achieve the stated patient and PCMH Team goals and objectives.  PCMH goals and objectives include increased access to patient care, high quality patient care, and patient self-management of care. 

Family Practice Physician Reports to Chief Medical Officer
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), an FQHC located in Toledo, Ohio, has an exciting opportunity for a Family Practice Physician who is looking to work in an outpatient environment. 
Contact Wilson Forney, Recruiting Specialist, for additional information.

The Family Practice Physician is a member of the (Patient Centered Medical Home) PCMH Care Team.   All members of the PCMH Care Team will work cooperatively with and interact with the patients and other team members to coordinate patient care and achieve the stated patient and PCMH Team goals and objectives.  PCMH goals and objectives include increased access to patient care, high quality patient care, and patient self-management of care. 

Certified Nurse Practitioner Reports to Chief Medical Officer
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association, an FQHC, has an Exciting opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner.  You will be responsible for providing quality primary care, specific to your specialty, to NHA patients on an out-patient basis.
Additionally, you are responsible for providing primary care to NHA patients on an out-patient status as part of a treatment team. 
General duties include conducting physicals, ordering tests, educating patients about preventive care and prescribed treatments,
prescribing medications within prescriptive authority and may act as the patient’s primary healthcare provider. 

The Certified Nurse Practitioner is a member of the (Patient Centered Medical Home) PCMH Care Team. 
All members of the PCMH Care Team will work cooperatively with and interact with the patients and other
team members to coordinate patient care and achieve the stated patient and PCMH Team goals and objectives. 
PCMH goals and objectives include increased access to patient care, high quality patient care, and patient self-management of care. 

 

Addiction Medicine Provider Reports to Chief Medical Officer
General Function

Neighborhood Health Association (NHA), an FQHC located in Toledo, Ohio, has an exciting opportunity for a Part-Time Addiction Medicine Provider within our Medically Assisted Treatment program.
This role will be part of our addictions team which specializes in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) through counseling and medical treatment for those suffering from opioid addiction.

Ideal candidates will be flexible, team-oriented and have a passion for addiction medicine/MAT. Suboxone certification is required.You will be responsible for providing quality care to NHA patients in an out-patient setting, in collaboration with counselors and general medicine care providers.  NHA adheres to a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model of care, and is recognized through the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).  
As a PCMH recognized organization, our focus is to provide quality care for our patients through improved access to services, patient-centered approaches ​and patient self-management of care.

Manager, Medical Records & HIPAA Compliance Reports to CEO
General Function

This position is responsible for maintaining and securing all written and electronic medical records within NHA's medical records department/systems.

Care Coordinator Reports to Care Coordination Manager
General Function

Must have CHW certification or have an associate or bachelor degree in Social Work. Will utilize the established PCMH Patient Flow Chart in the provision of patient care. Implements and manages client plan based on individual needs. Serves as a resource for patients providing referrals to community resources. Provides accurate and timely documentation. Full-time position, Salary: $30,000 - $32,000/yr.
 

Perinatal Outreach Worker Reports to Manager, Women's Health Outreach
General Function

Seeking a full-time Perinatal Outreach Worker to work throughout Lucas County with expectant mothers.  The Perinatal Outreach Program provides services to mothers to encourage healthy decisions during and after pregnancy regarding themselves and their child.  The Outreach Worker serves as a trained advocate who empowers mothers to access community resources through education, outreach, home visits and referrals.  This is a full-time grant funded position.

Work Schedule:  Monday-Friday (8:00am to 4:30pm)

Benefits:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and 403B 

Medical Assistant (RMA/CMA) Reports to Director, Medical Support Services
General Function

Currently look to fill 4 Medical Assistant positions.  Under immedate supervision, the Medical Assistant performs administrative and clinical functions to assist and support providers and medical staff in the provision of medical care which includes patient triage, and maintaining patient records in an accurate, organizefd and readily retrieveable manner.  Current Certified or Registered Assistant with a minimum of one year experience working as a MA in an office/clinical setting.  Currently CPR certification.  Working knowledge of medical terminology.

Scheduling Coordinator Reports to Patient Access Manager
General Function

To ensure all patients and general public are greeted and treated with courtesy and respect. Ensure patient confidentiality when receiving and entering patient information accurately into the system. Supply current demographics needed for medical staff, referrals, billing and UDS.

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