Non-Clinical Positions

DIRECTOR of PHARMACY: The successful individual is responsible for all activities within the pharmacy, including pharmacy staff oversight, budget, formulary management (as approved by medical staff), medication purchasing and dispensing, and compliance with state and federal regulation and with our accreditation agency, DNV. Will collaborate with hospital and medical staff, intra/inter departmentally, to promote a culture of safe, reliable and fiscally responsible medication management throughout the organization. Participates in and, where applicable, implements hospital initiatives that promote patient-centered, safe and high quality care.

Requires: BS in Pharmacy(advanced degree MS, MBA, Pharm.D preferred); current/valid NYS Pharmacist license; 3 -5 yrs of management experience in a hospital setting, knowledge of pharmacy regulatory requirements; exp with accreditation surveys, DNV or TJC; strong computer skills; exp with MEDITECH platform; and strong clinical, financial, operational, interpersonal, communication, and teamwork skills.

Status: FT salary



Description: Responsible for assisting in maintaining relationships with locally contracted pharmacies, managing contracts and payments,  auditing and reconciling reports from the pharmacy and the wholesaler on what is ordered, paid and dispense to patients. Duties include regulatory compliance for purchasing and 340 regulations.  Ensure pharmaceutical pricing validation and provide data for billing. Responsible for providing pharmaceutical supply expense related information and support by establishing and maintaining internal controls that provide accurate and timely expense and use histories to management for decision making.

Requires: AAS in Business Administration or equivalent education.  Possess one year of prior experience in the pharmacy industry and experience with pharmacy wholesaler software and ordering procedures.  Ability to understand Medical Terminology and use a computer to order pharmaceuticals and to generate reports for the 340B program using Word & Excel.

Status: PT 20~varies


OFFICE COORDINATOR Primary Specialty Care Centers

Description: Coordinates daily activities of the site by performing administrative clerical duties and assist the Provider with patient care.

Requires: HSD/GED; One (1) year experience in a physician’s office or patient care setting ~ Pediatrics, Woman’s Health, Family Practice. Experience using MEDENT, MEDITECH, EMR systems. Ability/experience in vital signs, phlebotomy, & BLS certified. Ability/experience in HMO referrals, knowledgeable of insurances, and processing eligibility verifications. Experience using multi-phone lines. Position requires walking, standing for long periods, & sitting.

Prefers: Two (2) years experience in a physician’s office or patient care setting.

Status: ~PT 20 Every Saturday & Sunday with varied working hours as well as a FT 40 ~ days/hours vary~



Description:  Performs all aspects of patient intake.  Duties include but not limited to scheduling appointments, insurance verifications, pre-registrations, pre-certifications, and medical necessity verifications.

Requires: HSD/GED. Previous experience in health care delivery systems with exposure to patient registration.  Working knowledge of office operations and computer skills.  Good organizational and interpersonal skills, with ability to work with and communicate well with all levels of the organization and the public.  MUST posses a high degree of confidentiality.

Prefers:  College and a completion of an approved program in medical terminology.  Prior experience with patient scheduling or unit coordination and/or registration.  Knowledge of third party payers.

Status:  FT 40 ~ 10:00am – 6:30pm



Description: Participates in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of community outreach activities and grant administration, including, but not limited to the Vitality Plus Senior Membership Program, community education initiatives, health screenings and worksite wellness initiatives.

Requires: Associated degree in Nursing or Bachelor’s degree in medical Social Work or Health Education. Minimum of two (2) years professional & clinical experience working in a community setting. Excellent organizational and people skills. Valid driver’s license.

Prefers: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or Master’s degree in Medical Social Work or Health Education. Experience with Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel.

Status: HealthLink~PT 16 8:30am – 5:00pm varies



Description: Oversees coding staff, code and abstract inpatient/outpatient records utilizing the proper assignment or ICD-10-CM and CPT-4 coding. Monitors unbilled reports and quality of documentation.  Trains coders and implements new procedures. Trains and works with physicians and others as needed.

Required: HSD plus RHIA, RHIT or CCS professional designation.  Strong computer skills, a minimum of 2 yrs. exp ICD-10-CM and CPT-4  hospital coding. Must have 1yr of supervisory exp.

Preferred:  A minimum of 5 years experience years  ICD-10-CM and CPT-4  hospital coding.  5 years supervisory experience

Status: FT40, 8am -4:30pm, Monday- Friday.



Description:  Responsible for processing of surgical instruments/equipment, for processing Endoscopes with the steris Processor, for cleaning and sterilizing reusable supplies used throughout the hospital.

Requires: HSD/GED.  Ability to be accurate, follow set rules for cleaning, sterilizing and assembling supplies.  Good organizational skills and attention to detail.  Ability to work well with others.

Prefers: Prior experience in Central Supply Sterilization or Operating Room.  Knowledge of Surgical equipment.  Certification in Central Sterilization.

Status:  Casual/As needed



Description: Operates the switchboard/telephone/paging system for hospital and nursing home; maintains information files on patients, controls issuance of keys; handles patient mail; provides typing and clerical support for Business Office; relieves cashier.

Requires: HSD/GED

Status:  Casual/As needed