Career Opportunities at Georgia Regents Medical Center
As the region’s only academic medical center, Georgia Regents Medical Center offers top medical professionals the opportunity to be involved in the latest research and to have access to the latest technology.
Our team members are leaders in their field who share our vision and commitment and are dedicated to fostering the three parts of our mission -- exceptional patient care, education and research.
Georgia Regents Medical Associates has the following position available:
Chief Operating Officer
The Vice President-Operations/COO (COO) serves as the primary executive officer of the Medical College of Georgia Physicians Practice Group Foundation, d/b/a Georgia Regents Medical Associates (GRMA). The COO will be responsible for the administration of the practice and for the business operations of the practice under the direct oversight of the CEO and the Chair of the Foundation, subject to the powers reserved to GRHS under the Joint Operating Agreement. The COO will be responsible to the GRMA membership through the Chair of the Foundation and will report regularly to the membership. The COO will represent GRMA in its dealings with other entities internal to GRU and the GRHS, and other entities as the CEO may designate from time to time. The COO will assist the CEO, the Executive Committee and the Board of Trustees in developing a long-term vision, strategic plans, and the policies of GRMA. The COO will be responsible for implementing GRHS and GRMA strategic plans and policies. The COO will assist the Board of Trustees, the Executive Committee, the Officers, and the Foundation's committees in carrying out their functions.
For a complete description and to submit your candidate materials, please see:
Chief Operating Officer Job Description
Practice Administrator, Multi-specialty Practice Site
Professional leader providing guidance and direction to clinical and clerical staff within a multi-specialty clinic(s) in terms of patient care, patient satisfaction and staff development. Responsible for assuring that patient care is provided in accordance with Health System policies and procedures and regulatory agencies. This leader is knowledgeable of the budgetary process providing input and assistance to the Administrative Director in its management. This includes cost containment, overseeing efficient use of resources and optimizing revenue. Responsible for providing clinic statistics and ongoing tracking of data for appropriate benchmarking as required. Oversee the daily practice site operations. Responsible for clinic staffing and optimization of patient flow. Responsible for the recruitment, development and evaluation of clinic staff. Serve as a liaison with the Administrative Director, staff and physicians. Other responsibilities include maintenance of a safe work environment, support of medical office and administrative policies.
- Bachelor’s degree in health or business administration required.
- A minimum of 5 years in a clinic office setting (at least 2 in private practice) or equivalent.
- Qualified applicants may submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 706-722-6920.
Below are a few of our titles that we have created “Advance” requisitions for current and future needs.
- Staff Nurse
- Patient Care Technicians
- Student Patient Care Techicians
- Environmental Services Technicians
In addition to the “Advance” titles, you will find opportunities in a wide variety
of other disciplines.
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