Clinician Manager, Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner

Houston, TX /
Clinicians – Clinician Management /
Full-Time
WHAT IS CARBON ALL ABOUT?

Our mission is making world-class care accessible to everyone. Carbon Health is a modern healthcare provider that combines smart technology with inviting clinics. We deliver a uniquely seamless experience for both medical professionals and patients through our mobile, virtual and in-person services.



THE JOB AT A GLANCE

We are looking for clinician leaders excited about delivering a world-class urgent care and primary care experience to patients of all ages. You are a licensed health professional, who maintains and restores human health through the practice of evidence-based medicine. You will review medical histories, conduct physical exams, diagnose illnesses/injuries, perform basic procedures, collaborate on treatment plans and counsel patients on health and well being.   

As the Clinician Manager, you will build processes to drive consistent clinical and financial performance; lead your team through growth and change; recruit, onboard, and mentor clinicians for up to 3 clinics.  You will work closely with a team of other Clinician Managers, the Regional Medical Director, and Chief Medical Officer to review cases, identify educational opportunities, and implement evidence-based care pathways and patient experience best practices.

What We Offer

    • Full-time and part-time positions 
    • Your input and contributions are valued and recognized 
    • Excellent clinical, administrative and management support 
    • Forward-thinking, tight-knit transparent, collaborative and inclusive company culture
    • The opportunity to grow and scale with a dynamic startup who is changing the way people think about healthcare
    • Competitive pay, advancement opportunities, and comprehensive benefits for full-time employees 
    • Limited benefits for part-time employees 

What You'll Do

    • Conduct patient-centric and thorough history taking and physical examinations
    • Craft patient-centric, evidence-based workups and treatment plans
    • Treat adult and pediatric patientsInterpret x-rays, lab results and EKG's 
    • Triage and manage patient flow efficiently to minimize wait times 
    • Perform digital blocks and regional anesthesia
    • Perform bedside procedures, including but not limited to laceration repairs, suture/staple removal, incision & drainage, foreign body removal, large joint aspirations, nail removal, joint reductions, splinting, venipuncture, intravenous fluid administration
    • Review and manage daily tasks, including patient callbacks regarding lab results
    • Provide oversight and lead day-to-day operations for your team of medical assistants and support staff 
    • Consult supervising physician based on scope of practice and patient needs 

    • Leadership Work
    • Interview, onboard and mentor clinicians
    • Identify clinical and patient experience educational opportunities for your team
    • Respond to patient and staff complaints regarding clinicians
    • Perform chart audits and one-to-one evaluations of clinicians on a monthly basis
    • Manage payroll targets and complete incentive reports monthly 
    • Create and maintain clinician schedule for your sites
    • Attend all administrative meetings
    • Participate in special projects related to clinical quality improvement and innovation
    • Send out regular communications to staff with updates
    • Implement new clinical and operational process and lead the team through change 

About You

    • Medical/Master’s degree and certification
    • PA - Valid Texas license to practice as a Physician Assistant and current national certification
    •   - OR -
    • Valid Texas license to practice as a Nurse Practitioner and current national certification
    • Current, unrestricted medical license to practice in the state of Texas
    • Maintain a controlled substance license along with an unrestricted Texas DEA license 
    • Ability to consult and treat patients of all ages 
    • Experience in ER, urgent care or similar setting (minimum 2 years experience)
    • Ability to work two full weekends per month (required for full-time clinicians) 
    • Maintain confidentiality and impartiality at all times
    • Availability to work in other clinic locations and some holidays as needed (preferred)

Perks

    • Forward-thinking, transparent, and inclusive company culture
    • Collaborative environment within and across our clinic sites, virtual care teams and at HQ in San Francisco
    • 401K with matching contribution and Pre-tax benefits including Commuter (transit & parking)
    • Competitive compensation with medical, dental, vision, 401K (with match), FSA Medical, FSA Dependent Care and other great benefits for full time & part time employees who work 20+ hours a week
    • Ongoing medical education and professional development
A BRIEF HISTORY

Carbon Health is the technology-enabled healthcare provider designed from the ground up to put patient care first. By combining technology with modern clinics, it delivers a uniquely seamless experience from virtual care to in-person care to meet patients where they are. Carbon Health removes the boundaries to high-quality, transparent and personal care and envisions making patient-centric, world-class care accessible and a reality for everyone. Carbon Health is headquartered in San Francisco with clinics across California, Washington, New York and virtual care in 16 states across the U.S.

To learn more about Carbon Health, and to stay up to date on what we're doing visit https://blog.carbonhealth.com/

We here at Carbon Health recognize that the key to success lies in valuing the minds, experiences and perspectives of people from all walks of life. Carbon Health is proud to value diversity and be an equal employment opportunity employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.