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Clínica Tepeyac in Denver is dedicated to helping the people who utilize our services. If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our job openings or upload your resume and tell us your interests. We’ll consider you for future job opportunities.

Positions Available

    The qualified Family Physician will provide high quality care in the full scope of
    primary care services, including prenatal care, including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment,
    coordination of care, preventive care and health maintenance to patients. The family medicine
    physician would be an integral part of the care team and work collaboratively with all patients
    and staff.

    Makes the patient the primary focus of their actions; develops and sustains productive and compassionate patient relationships. Leads the health care team by influence, innovation, and by modeling integrated effective patient care and exemplary service. Promotes and maintains a physically safe and confidential environment for care. Collaborates with all members of the health care team.

    The Executive Administrative is independently responsible for managing the day-to-day functions of the Administration office. Arranges the monthly Board of Directors meetings, prepares monthly Board reports, and prepares minutes of Board meetings in compliance with technical audit requirements. Coordinates travel arrangements as well as the scheduling of maintenance for the clinic and administration buildings. Provides support for special projects (i.e., events, donor engagement, compliance). Assesses and anticipates administrative needs while acting in a professional manner to reflect the core values of the organization. Requires excellent time management, technical writing and interpersonal communication skills. Works in a fast paced and mission driven environment. Requires the use of good judgment in performing duties that are confidential in nature while prioritizing competing tasks. Demonstrates a high level of verbal and written communication skills while collaborating with staff, Board members, and outside vendors. Works under pressure and tight time frames to handle a wide variety of activities and interactions with members of the community.


    The Human Resource Manager is responsible for supporting and advancing the organization's human resources by planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices. The Human Resource Manager is responsible for managing the various human resource functions, which include recruitment, credentialing, staffing, training and development, performance evaluation and employee relations. The Human Resource Manager also collaborates and assists supervisors/managers and staff, with training needs and creation of job descriptions.

    Responsible for organizing, coordinating, and providing triage/care coordination services to patients within Clínica Tepeyac in close coordination with care teams. This position is also responsible for all telephone and patient triage. The Bilingual Clinic Nurse position at Clinica Tepeyac works within a progressive, team-based care model to manage patient care. As a Clinic Nurse, you will utilize the analytical skills learned in your nursing program to provide more than take vital signs. In this unique clinic position, you will be responsible for triaging patients to determine the best way to manage that patient’s care within the Clinica Tepeyac care team; you will facilitate patient care throughout the entire patient visit; as well as, manage patient flow on the care team while contributing to continuity of care.

    To direct and oversee all the Organization’s financial activities to ensure integrity of all financial transactions, build financial sustainability, and safeguard the assets of the Organization. This includes overseeing the finance department, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, and medical billing, preparing the financial statements and presenting them to the Board each month, preparing the annual budget and approving procurement requests accordingly, , and preparing forecasts for business growth and general economic outlook. The leadership of Tepeyac seeks a candidate who is interested in and able to grow with the Organization. Knowledge of FQHC reimbursements is a plus.

    Provide behavioral health consultation, brief assessment, prevention and education, and therapeutic interventions to children, adolescence, adults, families and couples within their medical home in order to improve psycho social functioning. Oversee internship program and provide weekly supervision to behavioral health student interns. Work closely with Manager of Behavioral Health to develop, implement and refine Behavioral Health Program initiatives.

  • JOB SUMMARY: Medical Assistants are cross-trained to perform administrative and clinical duties.
    Medical assistants are instrumental in helping patients feel at ease in the clinic and often explain the
    physician’s instructions. Medical Assistants are an essential member of the Patient-Centered Medical

    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 initiatives. The Quality Improvement and Compliance Coordinator (QICC) coordinates the development and implementation of the organizational QI plan and of a corporate compliance program central to Clinica Tepeyac’s core functions and organizational and growth priorities. The QICC works closely with leadership, clinic and program staff to achieve quality and program goals. The QICC facilitates clinical and administrative decision-making with regard to quality and compliance requirements and works with development and project teams to ensure accurate reporting of required data internally and to funders.
    The ideal candidate is: highly organized and flexible; enjoys coordinating project teams and working on multiple projects simultaneously; is motivated to ensure high quality care and access to services for underserved populations in an integrated care model; is a self-starter and takes initiative; is passionate about the role of quality improvement and the importance of corporate compliance in the delivery of high-quality care; has demonstrated the ability to engage a wide range of staff in those efforts.