Full-Time Clinical Practice Manager – Al Bad’
The Practice Manager plays a vital role in the hospital’s administration as a leader and manager. The Practice Manager works in tandem with the attending physician to ensure a smooth and profitable operation through the generation of revenue and the control of expenses, as well as the development of a service-oriented and compassionate hospital culture. Management, planning, and coordination of the entire hospital, as well as the promotion of a positive and productive working atmosphere, are under the purview of the hospital administrator. The capacity to multitask, along with great people skills, positivity, compassion, initiative, problem solving, and common sense, are all necessary for this role. As important as technical proficiency is, the ability to empathize with and effectively communicate with customers is crucial. You will also be accountable for delivering HR support to external customers and suppliers. It’s possible that you’ll have to teach veterans new tricks, and you might even have to mediate disputes between staff and customers.
Job Title : Clinical Practice Manager
Location : Al Bad’, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 31.8 per hour.
Company : The Brooklyn Hospital Center
Job Type : Full-Time
- To gather, store, and retrieve data for managerial reporting, you should have sophisticated expertise of software systems.
- Develop and implement office budgets and manage the procurement of general office supplies and equipment.
- Work with HR to review, investigate into, and address employee issues during the hiring, keeping, and firing of employees.
- Review and organize the office’s processes, such as bookkeeping, invoicing, cash management, payroll, and more.
- Keep your workplace in a setting that promotes the best possible patient and client care.
- The Practice Manager, in collaboration with the chief of staff, oversees daily operations at the facility.
- Manage staff and maintain tabs on how the clinical, administrative, and billing departments are faring in their daily operations.
- managing the need for vacation time, assigning work shifts, and keeping an eye on mandatory training.
- Obey all applicable local, state, and federal health and safety requirements, as well as all office and company policies, to provide a safe workplace and to comply with all applicable state dental laws.
- In coordination with Clinical and Practice Management Leadership, liaise with the hospital to facilitate problem resolution and goal setting.
- Human resource law, record keeping, and confidentiality are all fundamentals that need to be grasped.
- Experience in a similar role, preferably in an office setting, is acceptable (2 years or more).
- Required skills include the ability to manage daily operations, communicate effectively (orally and in writing), and collaborate with other departments.
- Experience in a related field (such as healthcare, veterinary medicine, or the service industry) for at least three years is required, as is direct experience in supervising others (includes hiring, associate development, etc.).
- Ability to effectively communicate and solve problems, as well as the guts to face and address issues within the team.