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Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services

A small community Medical Center in Central Washington is actively seeking a Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services to join their 50-Bed facility. This community hospital believes in providing their community with the latest medical technology and dedicated healthcare professionals.


The Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services will work closely with a team of healthcare professionals to assist the medical staff credentialing and privileging process for the Medical Center's medical staff. The Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services will communicate effectively with the medical staff and executive leadership.


The Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services will be responsible for assisting the department in the verification process of all medical staff new hires. This is a key position in ensuring the hospital is maintaining strong healthcare professionals to maintain high quality care and reach hospital goals.


This community hospital is looking for a Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services with experience in Medical Staff Services, effective communication skills and ability to work well in a team environment. The Coordinator of Hospital Medical Staff Services will be responsible for evaluating staff performance and ensuring continual education and credentialing is being completed. The Medical Staff Hospital Coordinator must have Association Medical Staff Services certification (NAMSS), Certified Professional Medical Services Management or Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) and at least 5 years in Physician Services.


This community Medical Center is located in gorgeous Central Washington. The region offer plenty of sunshine, outdoor activities, affordable housing, family friendly neighborhoods and great school systems. The Medical Center is offering a qualified candidate an excellent salary and impressive benefits. Join the team now!



 


 




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