Open Positions

Please submit résumé and cover letter, along with the KHP Employment Application to:

hr@kodfp.org

or deliver in person to:

Human Resources Office – KHP Administration
2000 S. 6th St.
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
(Google Map)

Medical Director

Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Medical Director is the lead clinician in charge of all aspects of medical patient care services provided by KHP, Inc. including ancillary services such as perinatal, laboratory and radiology services.  The Medical Director will monitor clinical performance to ensure medical services and operations are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing agencies in partnership with the Clinical Services Manager and Quality Assurance Committee. As a member of the Leadership team, the Medical Director is responsible for reviewing and developing Clinical protocols, compliance measures, provider workflow planning and assisting with provider scheduling. The position serves as coach/mentor/trainer to staff providers, giving guidance in best practices, troubleshooting of medical services and operations issues in priority of urgency according to KHP policy and FQHC standards.
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Family Medicine Physician

The Family Medicine Physician under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer, will perform full scope family practice in the medical clinic. The Physician will provide quality and cost effective primary care services to the KHP patient population, meeting their diverse health and social needs. The Physician will perform complete examinations of patients and screen all patients for health maintenance needs, in a relationship based model of care with a team of health providers. The Physician will document clinical observations, adhere to industry standards and conduct chart reviews to ensure compliance. The ideal Physician for this position will have the ability to connect respectfully with patients and carry out responsibilities within the mission of KHP. The Physician will ensure all functions of assessments and referrals are done in accordance with all governing regulations and KHP policies, practices, and procedures.
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Family Nurse Practitioner

The Family Nurse Practitioner performs primary care and health promotion services—including school physicals, immunization and well-child clinics, well-woman clinics, adult focus clinics, blood pressure screening clinics, nutritional counseling, and family planning counseling—for patients under the direction of professional medical providers.
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Dentist

The Doctor of Dental Surgery or Doctor of Medical Dentistry under the direction of the Chief Dental Officer, will perform full scope dentistry in the dental clinic. The Dentist will provide quality and cost effective dental services to the KHP patient population, meeting their diverse health and social needs. The Dentist will perform complete examinations of patients and screen all patients for health maintenance needs, in a relationship based model of care with a team of health providers. The Dentist will document clinical observations, adhere to industry standards and conduct chart reviews to ensure compliance. The ideal Dentist for this position will have the ability to connect respectfully with patients and carry out responsibilities within the mission of KHP.
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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner works as part of an integrated interdisciplinary team serving individuals with behavioral health problems within a primary health care setting. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner handles crisis intervention needs, and maintains a daily schedule of individual and/or group therapeutic treatments. In addition to treating severe and persistent mental health issues (SPMI,) they assess and diagnose patients, provide psychotherapy and prescribe medication. This may include substance abuse and social skills interventions such as areas of domestic violence. In all cases, they work closely with primary care providers and other team members to develop specific behavioral change plans for patients that often experience complicated medical needs.
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Mental Health Therapist

The Mental Health Therapist works as part of an integrated interdisciplinary team serving individuals with behavioral health problems within a primary health care setting. The Mental Health Therapist handles crisis intervention needs, and maintains a daily schedule of individual and/or group therapeutic treatments. In addition to treating severe and persistent mental health issues (SPMI), they provide counseling and skill training for pain management, diabetic control, and other areas of patient education needs. This may include substance abuse and social skills interventions such as areas of domestic violence. In all cases they work closely with primary care providers and other team members to develop specific behavioral change plans for patients that often experience complicated medical needs.
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Registered Nurse

The Registered Nurse, under the direction of the Clinical Services Manager and in conjunction with directives and standing orders set by the Medical Director, provides walk-in and phone triage services, nurse visit services, and clinical case management, all aimed at enhancing patient-centered care and maximizing outcomes across the patient care continuum.  In conjunction with the Clinical Services Manager, the Registered Nurse provides oversight to the daily operations of the Medical Assistants assigned to their care team.
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Accounting Specialist

The Accounting Specialist will support the Chief Financial Officer and coordinate with the Finance Manager in maintaining, recording, processing, updating, and reconciling various financial documents.  The Accounting Specialist will also keep records of financial transactions and be responsible for ensuring financial documents’ accuracy and performing clerical accounting and/or bookkeeping duties.
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Pharmacy Technician

The pharmacy technician is responsible for providing excellent customer service, answering phones, receiving prescriptions, collect patient information, stocking medication, fill new and refill prescriptions, fill prescriptions, billing patients prescription insurance, maintain clean workspace, use the cash register and pharmacy software and clinic EHR.
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Radiologic Technologist

The Radiologic Technologist is responsible for administering x-ray examinations to patients at the request of the physician assistant or nurse practitioner in consultation with a physician or at the request of a physician. The Radiologic Technologist makes sure a requisition is received from a provider before performing any radiology services. The requisition includes a clinical history.
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Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant, under the joint direction of the Clinical Services Manager, Medical Assistant Lead, and Provider staff, supports an individual Provider or Provider group in the day-to-day administration of quality patient care.
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Dental Intake Specialist (9 AM to 6 PM, M-F, bilingual a plus)

The Dental Intake Specialist is responsible for interviewing incoming patients or representatives. The Dental Intake Specialist must enter information required for patient admission into the electronic health record on time to be consistent with clinic registration procedures.
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Phlebotomist (Pine Street)

The Phlebotomist, under the joint direction of the Clinical Services Manager, Medical Assistant Lead and Provider staff, performs venipuncture on patients for obtaining blood specimens and collects/ prepares these and other specimens for laboratory testing. The Phlebotomist is responsible for in–house lab tests.
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Billing Specialist

The Billing Specialist is responsible for accounts receivable, posting payments, claims processing, scheduling and collection of patient and insurance payments. The Billing Specialist performs account audits whenever necessary to ascertain the correctness of account balances.
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Human Resources Assistant

The Human Resources Assistant is responsible for assisting the HR Generalist with recruitment, procession of all applications, and maintaining professional filing systems, as well as establishing and maintaining positive and collaborative relationships with key community and strategic partners, and creating standardized marketing practices and procedures that support the Mission and Vision of Klamath Health Partnership. In addition, the Human Resource Assistant will support community development through outreach events.
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