Premier Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Medical Office Manager Denison, TX · Full time




Bachelors degree

Preferably BS degree in Healthcare Administration, Business or relevant field

2 years of proven work experience as a Medical Office Manager

Proficiency in Electronic Health Records

Experience in ECW is highly recommended

Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Word)

Must be able to accommodate a flexible schedule, with the ability to work on weekends when necessary

Ability to learn new procedures and adapt quickly to change

Innovative, motivated, organized, and team player

Ability to establish working relationships, resolve interpersonal conflicts, apply basic staff etiquette in dealing with others

Ability to handle medical records discretely

Knowledge of medical issues and terminology

Excellent organizational and time-management skills

Communication skills and a customer service orientation

Plano, TX 75093, Mckinney, TX 75070 and Denison, TX 75020: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)


You will be responsible for day-to-day operation, budgeting, and maintaining medical and staff records

Ultimately, you should be able to ensure steady workflows and uninterrupted service in our medical facility

Assist patients with their concerns and report any unresolved concerns to Management

Help identify issues with organizational structure and processes and contribute to overall improvements across all centers

Lead process of recruiting, interviewing, selecting, evaluating, coaching, and training new team members

Manage Provider scheduling and cancellations, ensuring optimal services are rendered to all patients

Maintain effective communication with team members on changes and updates to Provider schedules

Coordinate activities such as patient recruitment events, holiday events, and other miscellaneous activities with the Activity Wellness Manager

Supervise the patient registration process for accuracy including verification of insurance, waivers, assigned providers, etc

Supervise onboarding of new patients, including initial outreach, new patient forms, the orientation of healthcare facility, requests for medical records, and patient feedback

Manage patient flow along with the Medical Assistant Lead

Oversee and maintain employee timecards, PTO requests, etc

Ensure compliance with all licensing including local, State, and Federal regulatory agencies related to clinical services

Oversee morning clinical huddles and daily communications regarding patient care

Complete daily, weekly, and monthly reports on clinic key performance indicators

Conduct daily inspections of the facility

Supervise inventory of medical and office supplies and place orders as needed

Ensure that phones are answered in a professional and timely manner

Review patient experience surveys and develop corrective action plans as needed

Pull daily task reports (e.g., labs, referrals, documents, refill requests, telephonic encounters, answering service notifications, etc.) and follow up with team members on any open or unresolved tasks

Maintain a clean, organized, and safe environment

Report accidents, injuries, and illnesses within 24 hours of occurrence

Follow and enforce company policies and procedures

Lead by setting an example for all team members

Protect the organization’s values and principles by keeping information confidential and current


Pay: From $55,000.00 per year

401(k) matching

Dental insurance

Health insurance

Health savings account

Paid time off

Monday to Friday but must be available to answer provider messages and office related issues after work and on weekends as needed.


$50,000 - $55,000 per year