First-class neurology care begins with first-class people. Our mission at Neurology Consultants of Dallas is to elevate the quality and delivery of care to our community. Our unwavering commitment to the health of our community cannot be done without the support of a diverse and cultured team. If you seek a workplace environment that promotes excellence, leadership and personal growth, while also focusing on the importance of family, then a career with NCD may be right for you. We have many opportunities open to join the team at NCD. We invite you to apply today!
While our practice is continuously looking for motivated professionals who seek the challenge and stimulation of working in a fast-paced, growing neurological organization, we are currently seeking some specific specialists to add to our team.
The Advanced Practice Provider (APP)- Clinic Based, will be a Nurse Practitioner (N.P.) or Physicians Assistant (P.A.-C) that will assist the supervising physician to plan, direct, and evaluate patients; examine and treat chronic and acute episodic illnesses, and other illnesses; performs selected laboratory testing; offer referrals to physicians, write prescriptions, and perform office procedures within the scope of expertise, protocols, and available equipment.
Call Center Representative (CCR) is responsible for general clerical, receptionist, referrals, patient registration and customer service for the operation of the office. The CCR handles a high volume of sensitive medical, financial and personal information on a daily basis. The CCR is responsible for daily scheduling, incoming calls, patient registration, and other duties as assigned.
The Certified Medical Assistant, under the direction of a physician, assists in the delivery of health care for patients. This position performs a wide variety of patient care activities including, but not limited to, maintenance of clinical record/documentation, taking vital signs, and scheduling.
A technologist assistant is an entry level neurophysiology position which primarily works under the direction of a neurophysiology technologist to setup exam rooms, apply electrodes to patients, disconnect patients, and other duties related to neurophysiological testing.
The Human Resource Manager will lead and direct the routine functions of the Human Resources (HR) department including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, and enforcing company policies and practices. Also, processes bi-weekly and semi-monthly payrolls and manages hospital credentialing requirements with affiliated hospitals under the direction of the CEO and Director of Research. Some remote days are available, or 4- day work week or reduced hours is possible.
Works under the direction of the Supervisor of Clinical Neurophysiology in performing neurodiagnostic, neurophysiology and other related diagnostic tests in the clinic. Works directly with patients daily and corresponds with medical providers, clinical leadership team and other leaders to achieve the best outcomes for our patients.
The Prior Authorization Representative is responsible for obtaining pre-certifications and pre-authorizations for procedures and medications. Previous experience in a clinic and hospital setting preferred.
Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Requires effective customer relation skills, ability to organize and interpret data. Requires good judgment, tact, diplomacy, and ability to problem solve. Able to work effectively in a team environment. Able to use a personal computer and related software.