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Full Time Chief Medical Officer Job Kansas City, KS

$220k - $250k yearly


11 months ago

Posted by: UHC Solutions

Employer: UHC Solutions (The FQHC Recruiters)

Job Description

We are looking for a visionary leader who enjoys thinking outside the box. This team works hard but knows how to have fun with each other at work.


  • Compensation of $250,000
  • Competitive PTO and benefits package
  • Student loan forgiveness qualifying healthcare clinic
  • Making a difference in the Mission of FQHCs and the underserved population
  • To start this role would be 50/50 administrative/ Clinical until integrated into the organization; then they can flex to 60/40
  • Seat at the decision-making table! Trusted and valued CMO role! True executive
  • Honest, transparent, collaborative, and respectful work environment
  • Leader in Quality!


The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) leads an integrated team of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, behavioral health consultants, and dental professionals in a patient-centered medical home setting. Working collaboratively with the Chief Executive Officer, the CMO provides vision and oversight for delivering comprehensive, evidence-based, and high-quality care.


  • Graduated from an accredited medical school.
  • Board certified in the applicable discipline (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Pediatric Medicine).
  • Active and unrestricted licensure in the state of Kansas. Or eligible to obtain one.
  • At least five years of post-residency experience.
  • A minimum of two years of administrative and/or supervisory experience in a community-based healthcare setting.


  • Maintains a culturally competent, high-quality integrated care program to include preventive care, acute care, chronic disease management, dentistry, behavioral health, and community health.
  • Provides management and oversight for a highly productive and integrated team of medical, dental, and behavioral health providers.
  • Responsible for the HPC's Quality Assurance/Improvement (QI/QA) Program.
  • Implements and monitors annual quality improvement plan.
  • Develops, maintains, and supervises required educational activities of clinical staff.
  • Participates in HPC's strategic planning process and assists with implementing and monitoring the plan.
  • Assists in the preparation and oversight of the annual budget.
  • Oversees the recruitment, support, and retention of HPC clinical staff.

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