Join Dallas Nephrology Associates’ kidney care professionals.

At Dallas Nephrology Associates, we believe our success in the care of kidney disorders depends on the extraordinary quality and dedication of our physicians and support personnel. For this reason, we are looking for individuals who possess these characteristics, who treat everyone with the respect they deserve and help patients and their families face treatment with dignity by providing compassionate care.

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

If you are interested in joining our kidney care team, click on the employment opportunities below.

 

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS – as of July 12, 2021:

 

 

ADMINISTRATIVE OPPORTUNITIES

 

COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST (Viceroy/Corporate)

Immediate opening for a Compliance Specialist who will provide compliance and privacy program support to management and who will support our ongoing interest to continually enhance the effectiveness of the compliance program and overall culture of compliance.

Qualifications include 5+ years in a healthcare compliance role, Bachelor’s Degree, Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel and HCCA Certification in Healthcare Compliance (preferred).   

 

CREDIT POSTING/REFUND SPECIALIST (Viceroy/Corporate) 

DNA has an immediate opening for a Credit Posting/Refund Specialist to join our billing department. This individual will monitor credits and issue refunds to the appropriate parties in a timely manner. They will perform responsibilities at a satisfactory level of productivity with minimal supervision. This team member’s day to day will include managing credit balances and refund requests while requesting funds productively and accurately and clearly documenting the actions they have taken. As well, this individual will research recoupments for accuracy and verify if prior refund requests have been received. On occasion, they will also assist with payment posting.

Qualifications include a High School Diploma (or equivalent); 2 years clerical experience in a physician office setting; Prior insurance refund experience required; Familiar with CPT codes; Knowledge of medical terminology; Detail oriented.

 

DIALYSIS PLACEMENT COORDINATOR (Viceroy)

We have an immediate opening for a dedicated Dialysis Placement Coordinator to join our team. This team member will be responsible for the activities associated with placement of patients into dialysis facilities, in an efficient manner, maximizing patients’ preference to location, provider and shift. In addition, the Dialysis Placement Coordinator will assist with taking incoming calls from physicians and office personnel collecting demographic information for dialysis patients. They will assess patient information and determine the best location and time for them to complete their dialysis treatments. The coordinator will collect and enter strategic data as necessary and confirm the placement with the initiator. The requirements for this position include High School Diploma (or equivalent) and 3 years of patient scheduling in a physician office setting, dialysis facility, or similar healthcare facility.

 

 

CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

FRONT OFFICE REP (Irving Office Practice)

Immediate opening for a service oriented individual to provide front office support in our Irving office practice. 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.

 

LVN (Float)

Immediate opening for a service oriented individual to provide clinical back office support as a float amongst our office practices. Clinical duties include charting, blood pressures, EKGs etc. Requirements include a minimum of 1-2 yrs. clinical experience in a physician’s office or hospital setting. Good venipuncture and injection experience preferred. Excellent customer service skills required. Dialysis experience desired. Bilingual preferred.

 

MA/LVN (McKinney Office Practice) 

Immediate opening for a service oriented individual to provide clinical back office support at our McKinney office practice. Clinical duties include charting, blood pressures, EKGs, etc. Requirements include a minimum of 1-2 yrs. clinical experience in a physician’s office or hospital setting. Good venipuncture and injection experience preferred. Excellent customer service skills required. Dialysis experience desired. Bilingual preferred.

 

MEDICAL RECORDS SPECIALIST (Dallas Transplant Institute)

We have an immediate opening for a detail oriented Medical Records Specialist to maintain the Medical Records Department at our Dallas Transplant Institute. This team member will be essential in maintaining the Records Department in such a way that records are complete and available to provide continuity of care to patients, including scanning, audits and reviews, special projects and requests for release of patient information, and data entry. The Medical Records Specialist assist with alphabetizing and routing medical reports, ensuring scanning is performed and completed in a timely manner, and maintain the new and inactive patient log. The requirements for this position are: High School Diploma (or equivalent), 1-2 years of general physician office experience, 1 – 2 years in a similar role, Bilingual (English/Spanish), Superior organization skills, Attention to detail.

 

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT COORDINATOR/INFECTION PREVENTIONIST RN (Dallas ASC)

The Quality Improvement Coordinator/Infection Preventionist RN is responsible for managing the development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of quality improvement, analytics, patient safety and process improvement. Responsible for the identification and implementation of infection prevention goals and objectives throughout the Ambulatory Surgery Centers with strategic planning, leadership and surveillance under the direction of the administrator.

Qualifications include Graduate from an accredited Registered Nurse program; Must be licensed by the State of Texas, with license in good standing (CIC preferred but not required); 2-3 recent years of experience in healthcare quality improvement programs (preferably Ambulatory Surgery) including outcome reporting and infection prevention; Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations regarding infection prevention, quality programs including quality improvement and process improvement in a health care setting; Understanding of patient safety issues, QI/QA project management knowledge of recognized QI/QA standards, data analysis and reporting, and quality improvement skills; Excellent communication and presentation skills; Statistical analysis, data display, trending using Excel or similar program; and the ability to lead inter-disciplinary workgroups.

 

REGISTERED DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (Part-Time)

Immediate opening for a part time Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) working 8 hours, location is to be determined. The RDN will be responsible for providing Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) and other projects as assigned. Must have excellent communication skills and be able to work independently. BS in nutrition with focus in dietetics required, MS preferred. Current registration and TX license required. CSR, CDCES preferred. Minimum of 1-2 years clinical experience with at least 1 year in renal nutrition required. Bilingual preferred. For additional information, click here.

 

TRIAGE LVN (Dallas North Office Practice)

Immediate opening for a service oriented LVN to provide clinical back office support in our Dallas North office. Clinical duties include charting, blood pressures, EKGs etc. Requirements include a minimum of 1-2 years clinical experience in a physician’s office or hospital setting and triage experience. Good venipuncture and injection experience preferred. Excellent customer service skills required. Triage experience desired. Bilingual preferred.

 

ULTRASOUND TECH (Dallas Transplant Institute)

DNA has an immediate opening for a dedicated Ultrasound Technician to join our team at Dallas Transplant Institute. The Ultrasound Tech will be responsible for performing procedures on patients as ordered by the DNA staff of physicians and/or patients’ private physicians. This team member will assist with sonography studies, scheduling procedures according to the established appointment times, and participating in the development of policies and protocols for ultrasound studies performed at our DNA office practices. This candidate needs to be outgoing and personable to ensure the highest quality of care. 

Requirements include an Associate of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography; Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) or Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS); Credential awarded by ARDMS (RVT) or CCI (RVS); 2 years ultrasound experience, preferred.

 

VALUE BASED POPULATION HEALTH MANAGER (Viceroy/Corporate)

Manager is responsible for overseeing core management responsibilities in support of DNA Value Based Care/Population Health strategy to provide Coordination, planning, organizing of day to day oversight activities.  This includes determining needs, timelines, tracking and measuring quality and care.  Works closely with Director in strategy planning, evaluation of Value Based Care contracts to participate in achieving key milestones and goals for the practice.

Qualifications for this position: Licensed RN with preferable background in Nephrology, prior case Management or Project Management experience working within MSSP, ACO or Population Health Management Program a plus, and knowledge of Population Health Management Concepts. Team Management Facilitation Skills, High Degree Professionalism and competency in dealing with a variety of individuals within the practice (Providers, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Navigators, Clinical Operations Director and Supervisors), excellent organization skills with ability to independently organize and prioritize work, ability to identify data needed for both assessment and decision making purposes using various technology platforms, participate in Learning Collaborative with CMS, Payor Groups and Clinical Partners.

 

 

PHYSICIAN JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Physicians interested in exploring opportunities with Dallas Nephrology Associates may forward their CV and contact information to: moodyc@dneph.com.

 

 

 

HOW TO APPLY

If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact our Human Resources Department.   Candidates may submit a resume to Taylor Parker via e-mail (parkert@dneph.com) or via fax to 214-579-6925.

 

Contact Information

J. David Knop, SPHR
Director of Human Resources

Dallas Nephrology Associates
1420 Viceroy Drive
Dallas, TX 75235

Phone: 214-366-6129
Fax: 214-366-6174
Email: knopd@dneph.com