Did you know? DNA has over 90 specialized physicians and over 25 conveniently located office practices across the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.

At Dallas Nephrology Associates, we believe the success of our medical group is dependent on the dedication and extraordinary quality of our physicians and employees.  For this reason, we are looking for individuals who possess these same characteristics, who treat patients with the respect they deserve and help patients and their families face treatment with dignity by providing compassionate care.

We believe in training and offering opportunities that contribute to the satisfaction and happiness that come from an excellent work environment and the feeling of a job well done.

If you are interested in joining our TEAM, click on the Employment Opportunities below.

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS – as of March 13, 2019

Administrative Opportunities



The Coding Integrity Supervisor directs the Coding and Documentation Integrity Section of the Revenue Cycle Department. The incumbent manages the coding integrity auditing and clinical documentation improvement activities for the organization. Develops or contributes to the development of and provides coding and documentation education for Medical and other staffs. Supports the fiscal goals of the organization by providing for timely and accurate coding, working with other revenue cycle and non-revenue departments to achieve entitled reimbursement, resolves denied and addresses causes for failed claims. Ensures revenue integrity through compliant coding and documentation capture approaches. Manages a team of coding and charge entry staff and auditor(s), clinical documentation improvement specialists, and PFS coding analyst. Is responsible for the effective administration and management of the outsourced coding contract and outsourced coding quality. Reports to and in collaboration with the Director of Billing to ensure the integrity of reported and claim data.

  • 3-5 years of experience as a team lead or 1-3 years of experience as a Supervisor.
  • Strong computer skills with demonstrated proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, database and email applications.
  • Detail oriented with strong analytical and organizational skills.
  • Strong time management skills with the ability to multitask concurrent priorities in an organized manner.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively communicate with all levels of management.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology, ICD-10 and CPT-4 codes
  • Must be detail oriented and have the ability to work independently
  • Computer knowledge of MS Office
  • Must display excellent interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of disease pathophysiology and drug utilization
  • Knowledge of MSDRG classification and reimbursement structures
  • Knowledge of APC, OCE, NCCI classification and reimbursement structures


MEDICAL COLLECTOR (Corporate Office/Viceroy)

Immediate opening for an experienced Accounts Receivable specialist. Must be detail-oriented and possess excellent organizational, written, and verbal communication skills and have the ability to work well under pressure, achieve and exceed productivity goals, and function as a team player.  Requirements include 5+ years current experience of government, commercial and managed care insurance, and personal collections. Must have experience in determining corrective action including, utilizing carrier website/portal for claim status and resolution, appeals, obtaining documentation, make appropriate adjustments, and processing in a timely manner.



Immediate opening for an individual to provide direct and effective supervision of all activities associated with gathering, analyzing, applying, and maintenance of accurate patient master demographic and insurance information. Duties include management of activities associated with patient information and financial rep functions for DNA while assisting with the development of future patient information policies and strategies. Qualifications include 5+ years of professional medical billing experience with an Associate’s Degree preferred.  Critical thinking skills required to significantly contribute to the development of processes and policies.  Familiarity with the use of Medicare bulletins, provider manuals,  AMA CPT codes and common rejection codes and common medical terminology is required.  A minimum of 3 years supervisory experience is required with the ability to provide positive instruction and coaching. Good computer skills with the ability to type 35 wpm or greater, with 95% accuracy and strong written and verbal communication skills are a must.



Clinical Opportunities


CERTIFIED NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECH (Fort Worth/Dallas Transplant Institute)

Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist with a CNMT certification is needed to split time between our Dallas and Fort Worth locations and will be responsible for injecting radiopharmaceutical which is used in a procedure to determine kidney function (Glofil testing).  Current CMRT and CNMT is required. Experience in Glofil testing desirable.



This position requires an individual with current clinical back office (e.g. MA, LVN etc) and research experience inclusive, knowledge of FDA regulatory requirements, ability to travel to numerous facilities in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area, and travel out of town to attend investigator meetings when necessary.  Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) is preferred for this position. Good computer skills required as well as the ability to work with database programs such as CTMS, IWRS, and EDC.



Immediate opening for a service-oriented individual to provide front office support in our  McKinney office. Front office duties include greeting patients, scheduling, filing, and providing clerical support as needed.  Requirements include a minimum of 1-2 yrs front office/admin experience in a physician’s office or hospital setting. Excellent customer service skills required. Bilingual a plus.


PATIENT RESOURCE COORDINATOR (Dallas Transplant Institute)  

Immediate opening for an LVN or Medical Assistant to provide assistance to post-transplant patients in obtaining medications through Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs, grants, Kidney Health Care enrollment, and assist in the referral of DTI patients to specialty pharmacies. Electronic health record experience and strong computer skills are required. A background in nephrology/transplant is desirable. Bilingual strongly preferred.




Physician Job Opportunities

Physicians interested in exploring opportunities with Dallas Nephrology Associates may forward their CV and contact information to:

If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact our Human Resources Department.

Contact Information

J. David Knop, SPHR
Director of Human Resources

Dallas Nephrology Associates
1420 Viceroy Drive
Dallas, Texas 75235

Phone: 214-366-6129
Fax: 214-366-6174