Practice Administrator

The Role

Reporting to the care center’s Shareholders, the Administrator role encompasses all of the responsibilities traditionally associated with a medical group administrator.

  • Monitor and manage all aspects of the practice’s operations as a means of continuously improving the patient experience and ensuring every patient encounter is a positive one.
  • Lead and direct all activities related to administration, facilities, marketing, medical records, patient satisfaction, personnel management and regulatory compliance.
  • Develop annual budgets and manage the variables that contribute to strong financial performance. Analyze the practice’s financial performance and champion opportunities for improvement.
  • Develop smart, cost effective approaches for marketing the practice and enhancing its relationships with hospitals, practices and providers.
  • Lead a productive, team-oriented work environment. Be a reliable presence in the office and conduct regular staff meetings to provide information and solicit feedback. Coach and mentor staff by example and through use of clearly communicated expectations, progress meetings and performance reviews.
  • Manage physician and staff recruitment, onboarding and compensation administration.
  • Ensure that company core values are modeled and policies and procedures are followed.
  • Leverage the resources in the Proliance Central Office to help meet the needs of the practice.

Candidate Qualifications


  • Bachelor’s degree, ideally in health care administration or a business discipline; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Experience in health care administration positions (or equivalent) of increasing responsibility, ideally in an independent medical group environment and involving the management of clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and ancillaries.
  • Demonstrated skills in finance, human resources, marketing, operations and strategy.
  • Strong Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word skills; NextGen EPM and Epic EHR experience a plus.


Professional and Personal Qualities

Ability to serve as both a hands-on manager and a high performing individual contributor.

  • Excellent judgment, understands what s/he does not know and what questions to ask to reach well informed decisions that minimize risk.
  • Self-effacing, humble yet confident person who is self-motivated, flexible, deals well with ambiguity and does not require positional authority to get things done.
  • Capable communicator who is able to articulate ideas, thoughts and questions clearly and appropriately.
  • Skilled manager with a collaborative style who influences change and builds consensus for ideas and recommendations that move teams forward.
  • Passionate and proactive about solving problems, adding value and delivering superior results.
  • Compassion for colleagues and subordinates and able to sustain collegiality and team orientation in a high performance culture.
  • Process oriented.
  • Absolute and unquestionable integrity.