Children’s Clinics is a welcoming, integrated medical facility for Southern Arizona children.  At Children’s Clinics, families receive coordinated, comprehensive and compassionate out-patient care in one convenient location.  Services include Specialty Care, Primary Care, Rehabilitative Therapy Services, and a variety of Support Services.

Our Benefits package:

Children’s Clinics offers a rich benefit package to eligible employees. In addition to offering generous Paid Time Off (PTO) and Holidays, we are committed to employee wellness and contribute a considerable portion of the insurance premiums in order to make health care coverage accessible to our employees. Medical and Dental benefits become effective the first of the month following date of hire upon election.  401(k) or 403(b) are effective as of date of hire.  All other benefits are effective 1st of the month after completing 90 days of full-time or part-time employment. The following employee benefits are available:

  • Medical Insurance                                                                      Dental Insurance
  • 401(k) Company Match                                                               PTO (Paid Time Off)
  • Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts                            Paid Holidays
  • Basic Term Life & AD&D Insurance and Long Term Disability (LTD)  United Pet Care Program
  • Corporate Care Solutions-Sick child/family services
  • Supplemental/Voluntary Benefits – Colonial

This is an overview of the current benefits. Please contact Human Resources at (520) 324-3224 or email CCRS-HR@childrensclinics.org for further information and eligibility. This overview should not be construed as a Summary Plan Description.

Current Job Openings:

Business Services Supervisor

Children’s Clinics is currently looking for an enthusiastic and energetic hands on Business Services Supervisor.  This individual will oversee the operations of key business processes billing that include coding, billing, and collecting of accounts, claims adjudication and processing.  Possess strong leadership and supervisory skills, decision making skills, problem-solving skills, excellent communication skills, and attention to detail.  Responsible for monitoring/analyzing daily workflows and staff resources, suggesting alternative approaches to increase efficiency and effectiveness.  Acts as primary program liaison for communication with state ADHS/CRS staff regarding reporting requirements and grievances.  Working experience of CPT-4, ICD-10 and HCPCS coding is essential.  A thorough knowledge of AHCCCS and CRS contract requirements is necessary.  Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Management, or Business Administration is highly preferred.  Possess at least 5 years’ experience in all aspects of medical office, such as billing, coding and collections functions preferred.

Systems Analyst

We are currently seeking a dynamic, collaborative NextGen Systems Analyst for our I.S. team.  We are looking for someone experienced with NextGen PM and EHR; someone with Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services experience and analytical skills.  If you have strong NextGen expertise, excellent communication skills, and are a self-starter, this may be the right career move for you.  If you enjoy solving problems, flexing to meet organization needs and using creativity to develop new solutions, and working on a small but agile I.S. team, you will enjoy working at Children’s Clinics.  Please contact us today to learn more.

Rehab Technician

Assist in removal of casts to children with special health care needs during busy orthopedic clinics.  Support Rehab providers with patient care tasks.  Cleans and organizes toys and equipment daily.  Maintain environment of care in the therapy department.  Must be bilingual (English/Spanish), fluent in Spanish to provide verbal translation services to patients and families.  Experience working with children in medical or educational setting preferred.  Strong preference for person with experience/demonstrated skills in casting and assisting with patient treatment.  High school or general education diploma required.  Minimum of one year related experience with pediatric population preferred.

Registered Dietitian

Responsible for the nutritional care of pediatric to adult patients with special health care needs.  Assesses, plans, and implements diet recommendations.  At least two years clinical experience preferred.  Experience with Electronic Health Records preferred.  Bachelor’s degree (BS) in dietetics or related field.  Registered Dietitian-American Dietetic Association.  Willing to consider registered dietitian eligible applicants.

Medical Assistant – Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Bilingual (English/Spanish) required. Experienced providing verbal Medical translation services for providers.  Takes patient vital signs, performs routine clinical tests, and maintains electronic medical record in a clinic setting. Experience working with electronic health records helpful. Related experience, preferably working with pediatric population or an equivalent combination of experience and training.  At least one year front and back office experience. High School or General Equivalent Diploma.  Medical Assistant Certificate and CPR BLS required.

 

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Complete and submit your application at the following link; Children’s Clinics Employment Application. You may also submit your resume and email it to CCRS-HR@childrensclinics.org.   Or mail your employment application and resume to Human Resources, 2600 N. Wyatt Dr., Tucson, AZ  85712 or fax it to (520) 324-3016.

Human Resources Contact Information:

  • Office Number: (520) 324-3224
  • Fax Number:    (520) 324-3016
  • Address:          Children’s Clinics
  •                        Attn: Human Resources
  •                        2600 N. Wyatt Dr
  •                        Tucson, AZ 85712
  • Major cross streets are Craycroft Rd & Grant Rd

Children’s Clinics is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer