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Practice Administrator

03/23/2021 2:55 PM | Kristina Romero (Administrator)

Location:        Denver, Colorado Metro Area.  4 Offices in Westminster, Arvada and Lakewood

Reports to:     President, Board of Directors

Supervises:    All Site and Department Managers

Education:     Bachelor’s degree required.  Master’s in healthcare management or business is preferred.  Advanced skill in Microsoft Excel is necessary

Compensation:    $125,000+ per education and experience

Job Summary:     This is a full-time, regular, exempt position with broad responsibility for overall management and development of the organization.  This includes all administrative and business affairs of the practice. 

The Organization:     Rocky Mountain Primary Care is an independent primary care medical practice with 4 clinic locations, 120 employees and 24 Family Practice, Internal Medicine and Pediatric providers.  The group has been locally owned and operated since 1996 and is a recognized leader in primary care in the area.  The group has a professional services affiliation with SCL Health, which is a valuable partnership for both entities.

Qualified Candidates will Possess the Following Knowledge and Skill:


  • 5+ years of successful experience leading the operations of a medical group practice. 
  • Proven knowledge of and skills in physician practice management, financial management, marketing, billing and information systems, human resources, risk management and compliance.
  • Sets the standard for others as a representative for the organization.
  •  A natural leader who brings consistent and recognizable value to each encounter.
  • Is able to create action within the organization based upon their personal impact and initiative. 
  • Possesses demonstrated and practical ability in conflict resolution. 
  • Weighs all sides and considers “cause and effect” before offering an opinion or decision. 
  • Sets the tone for the group culture through the manner in which they handle themselves and others.

Communication Skills:

  • Seen as direct and truthful. 
  • Can respond and execute swiftly with sound reasoning when making decisions that impact the group
  • Visible; gets out among the employees and physicians at all levels in the organization. 
  • Gets firsthand feedback from being an active participant throughout the organization.
Organization Skills:
  •  Able to manage multiple activities simultaneously without missing commitments. 
  • Values the importance of planning, follow up, detail and accuracy. 
  • Can set agendas, meet timelines and move things forward. 
  • Delegates effectively and clearly and holds team members accountable for assignment results.
    Team building:
  • Exemplifies the essence of a team player. 
  • Demonstrates a collaborative method of decision making. 
  • Constantly looks for ways to contribute to the success of the organization and recognizes others for their contribution by openly sharing wins and successes.
  • Creates a feeling of belonging and becomes a mentor to others.
Strategic vision:
  • Can make important contributions to the organization’s business strategy or methodology.
  • Offers original ideas and perspectives that are valuable, innovative, and achievable.

Primary Areas of Responsibility:

Financial Management:

  • Annual budget development and management.
  • Financial performance analysis and monitoring.
  • Develop and oversee of all AR / AP / Payroll functions.
  • Establish and maintain banking and other financial relationships.

Human Resources Management:

  • Supervise all site and department managers.
  • Develop and oversee staff recruitment, orientation, training, retention, and termination processes.
  • Develop staff and provider compensation and benefits plans.
  • Develop and oversee company HR policies and procedures.

Operations Management:

  • Develop, implement and monitor business operations plans, policies and procedures.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with outside vendors and other business partners.
  • Oversee purchase of supplies and equipment.
  • Along with IT vendor, oversee IT network systems and processes.

Compliance and Risk Management:

  •  Develop and maintain a compliance program for federal and state laws and regulations (HIPAA, OSHA, HHS, OIG, Stark, CLIA, employment laws, etc.)
  • Establish a plan for disaster response and recovery.
  • Develop and oversee equipment, staff and provider credentialing and licensure processes.

Transformative Healthcare Delivery:

  • Design and implement quality management systems that lead to improved healthcare delivery.
  • Develop and oversee patient satisfaction and customer service programs.
  • Identify and support opportunities to participate in value-based (pay-for-performance) programs which will enhance healthcare quality.

Organizational Governance:

  • Create board meeting agendas, provide supplemental information and prepare minutes.
  • Maintain and be knowledgeable of corporate documents (bylaws, shareholder’s agreements, provider contracts, etc.)


Rocky Mountain Primary Care offers a full range of competitive benefits.  Benefits include health and dental insurance, voluntary life and short-term disability insurance, medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, as well as AFLAC accident, critical illness and identity theft protection plans.  The 401K plan offers a safe harbor employer contribution as well as profit sharing.

To Apply:

Send your cover letter and resume to Janice Hilsabeck, Human Resources Manager, at jhilsabeck@rockymountainprimarycare.com   Be sure to visit our website at www.rmpc.info for further information about our practice.


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