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Positions Available

  • Clínica Tepeyac located in beautiful Denver, Colorado is seeking an Advanced Practice Provider who would provide patient services; performs diagnostic and therapeutic procedures under the supervision of a licensed physician.

    The Outreach and Enrollment Specialist conducts outreach activities to engage with community residents who lack access to healthcare and health insurance for the purpose of increasing health insurance coverage and access to quality primary care, dental, and behavioral health services; provides education on health care coverage options, application and enrollment assistance, and follow-up on submitted applications. The O&E Specialist works closely with clinic-based enrollment staff to ensure coordination of efforts; builds outreach and enrollment collaborations with local partner organizations; and tracks outcome of outreach and enrollment activities to continually improve program approach.
    The O&E specialist works with all members of the Health Promotion team to achieve program goals and ensure coordination of departmental strategies and activities.

  • Clínica Tepeyac is engaged in several important initiatives and practice transformation efforts including the implementation of a team-based care model, pursuit of Patient Centered Medical Home certification through the National Committee for Quality Assurance, implementation of a fully integrated evidence-based pediatric model, and deployment of evidence informed health promotion initiatives. The Quality Improvement and Project Manager (QIPM) manages the development and implementation of the organizational QI plan and of cross-departmental projects central to Clínica Tepeyac’s organizational and growth priorities. The QIPM works closely with leadership, clinic and program staff to achieve quality and program goals. The QIPM participates in clinical and administrative decision-making, and works with development and project teams to ensure capture and accurate reporting of required data to funders and internally.
    The ideal candidate is highly organized and flexible, enjoys leading project teams and working on multiple projects simultaneously, and is motivated to ensure high quality care and access to services for underserved populations in an integrated care model. S/he is a self-starter, and enjoys working in both clinical and community settings.