Vista Community Clinic

  • Assistant Medical Director

    Req No.
    Regular Full-Time
    40 hrs/wk (M-F 8am - 5pm)
  • Overview


    Vista Community Clinic is a primary care, multiple-site, outpatient clinic located in North San Diego, Riverside and Orange Counties, that invites resumes from highly qualified medical executives in application for our Assistant Medical Director position.  This is an ideal practice setting near the ocean and mountains.


    As an administrator, the Assistant Medical Director will be responsible for maintenance of medical standards, patient services and overall Clinic functions; direct and supervise medical staff and services. 

    Responsible for overall maintenance of medical standards and patient services.  Direct and supervise medical staff and services.

    • Coordinate and prepare clinician training as needed
    • Communicate new ideas and current changes in evidence-based medical practices
    • Develop, in cooperation with clinical and quality improvement staff, quality benchmarks to measure outcomes and clinical quality
    • Assist site directors with strategies to maintain productivity at their respective sites
    • Assist with developing leadership skills of site directors and future clinician leaders
    • Assist to establish, review, and maintain medical policies, procedures, standards and protocols
    • Participate in planning, directing, implementing and coordinating various clinical functions
    • Formulate and implement policy and procedure; monitor CQI, credentialing and utilization review practices; and evaluate existing services, identify needs and develop and implement clinical program plans
    • Participate as an active member of the EHR team





    • Licensed General Practitioner, preferably with family practice background
    • Valid license to practice medicine in the State of California at the time of application
    • Master’s Degree in medical field from accredited scool
    • Completion of 3 year residency
    • Minimum of 3 years' manager experience
    • Board Certified in Family Practice, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics 
    • Current CPR certification
    • Valid California driver’s license, current vehicle insurance, and reliable transportation

    Required Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

    • Knowledge of community health centers, public assistance programs, state and federal regulations 
    • Strong supervisory skills
    • Ability to provide leadership to the medical staff 
    • Ability to engender trust and respect from the medical staff and professional community
    • Proficient in MS Office programs, and Internet use 


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