La Comunidad Hispana (LCH), Kennett Square, offers a comprehensive scope of healthcare, social services, outreach, and education programs for Latinos and other low-income, underserved families living and working in Southern Chester County. As a Federally Qualified Health Center and Level 2 Patient-Centered Medical Home, LCH provides holistic, nurse-managed care that integrates healthcare with supportive services and education to empower immigrants and low income families to stay healthy, build strong families and lead productive fulfilling lives.
If you would like to apply, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to La Comunidad Hispana Search Committee, 731 West Cypress Street, Kennett Square, PA 19348 or E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Equal Opportunity Employer.
CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATOR
The primary function of the Diabetes Educator is to provide assistance to those who have and are at risk for diabetes and related conditions to achieve behavior change goals which, in turn, lead to better clinical outcomes and improved health status.
HEALTH WINDOW COORDINATOR
The Health Window (Ventanilla de Salud) Coordinator is a part-time position (20 hours per week) that assists clients to determine needs and connects them to appropriate services for health care. The position is grant funded through the government of Mexico/Mexican Consulate. The Health Window Coordinator is supervised by the Mexican Consulate staff and is located within the Mexican Consulate in Philadelphia. This position requires occasional weekend hours to participate in community events and health fairs.
MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING SPECIALIST
The primary function of the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist is to review medical documentation for appropriate coding according to ICD-9 and CPT-4 coding principles, submit claims, review claim denials and re-submit claims, as needed. The position requires competence in ICD-9 coding, CPT coding, modifiers and medical terminology.
The primary function of the staff physician is to provide high quality primary care commensurate with training and expectations including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment, coordination of care, preventive care and health maintenance to patients across the lifespan. The physician is a member of the practice care team, which includes nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, registered nurses, behavioral health consultants and medical assistants. In that capacity they are expected to be familiar with the mission, goals and objectives of LCH and work collaboratively to achieve them. They must be cognizant of, and comply with, all LCH policies and procedures, as well as pertinent state and federal regulations.