Career Opportunities

Please send inquiries on open positions to info@sunshinefamilycares.com

Physician

Family Medicine or Internal Medicine

Provides comprehensive medical services, regardless of age or sex within scope of training. Services include preventative care, immunizations, primary care and treatment, health education, prescribing of medications, ordering and interpreting lab testing, physical examinations, health maintenance screenings, vision/hearing, women’s health, family planning, and nutrition education. Occasional evening and Saturday shifts. Outpatient only. No hospital call or rounds. May be asked to supervise and collaborate with APCs. May be asked to provide training to resident physicians or physician extender students. Interest in treating and working with persons living with HIV and underserved populations in a Ryan White funded clinic.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Education:
  • Medical Degree (MD, DO)
  • Family Practice or Internal Medicine Residency training
Experience:
  • Within scope of training
  • Familiar with Electronic Health Records (EHR), basic computer skills expected
Licensure/Certification: as appropriate
  • MI Medical License, DEA Certificate
  • BLS certified
  • Board certified or Board eligible within three years of residency training
  • Interest in becoming HIV certified with AAHIVM within 3 years of hire date
  • Employees are responsible for maintaining individual certifications as required by job function or by law and provide verification and recertification when requested by management.

Please send inquiries on this open position to info@sunshinefamilycares.com

Patient Service Representative

Float Staff, Weekend and FT Staff Coverage

Acts as the first point of contact for patients by providing outpatient department and/or clinic reception. Greets and registers patients, completes all necessary forms, obtains demographic and insurance information, collects co-payment, posts payments, and adds or updates basic patient account information. Schedules new and follow-up patient appointments. Greets patients and visitors and responds to routine requests for information. Answers telephone, screens calls, and takes messages. Schedules patient appointments and coordinates cancellations, reschedules, and additions to schedules. Updates insurance, financial responsibility and other data when changes or additions occur, and communicates to patients professionally and as appropriate. Ensures insurance and patient information obtained is complete and accurate, applying acquired knowledge of government and third party payer requirements. Identifies, reports, and resolves problems regarding registration to appropriate individuals and departments. Monitors patient flow to ensure they are cared for in the most efficient and courteous manner. Offers various assistance to patients to include: arranging transportation needs, providing directions, locating wheelchair, etc. Performs visit closure including checking out patients after visit, scheduling follow-up appointments, and providing patients with a visit summary. May file, retrieve, and/or deliver patient information and/or records, and completes required forms/documentation. Experience with HIV and underserved populations a plus, but not required.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Education:

High school graduate, Associates degree preferred

Experience:
  • 1 year experience in clinical setting preferred
  • If no experience, willing to learn or obtain medical assistant/nursing assistant certification.
Expectations:

Excellent customer service skills and communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills; ability to effectively communicate with a variety of patients, staff and physicians and accept constructive criticism. Intermediate computer skills including experience in using personal computers; including Microsoft Office or similar applications, and electronic mail. Training or experience in keyboarding/data entry with an emphasis on speed and accuracy. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to read and understand verbal and written instructions, and to sort and file information alphabetically and numerically. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a strong attention to detail and accuracy. May need to flex daytime hours to stretch to 6pm M-F and work occasional Saturday to help cover full time staff. Will be expected to attend training and continued education credits.

Please send inquiries on this open position to info@sunshinefamilycares.com

Phlebotomist

Float Staff, Weekend and FT Staff Coverage

Obtains specimens from patients for laboratory analysis and performs limited testing and/or result entry. Performs specimen processing and computer data entry. Functions as a liaison between the laboratory and patients. Verifies positive patient identification to ensure patient safety. Assesses patient reactions to specimen procurement. Performs venipuncture and collects other specimens from newborn, pediatric, and adult patients according to established protocol. Obtains medical assistance when judged necessary. Obtains specimens according to priority and scheduled draw times. Ensures completion of specimen collection functions according to protocol. Ensures that specimens are properly labeled and suitable for testing. Resolves specimen identification and/or requisition problems and clarifies requests. Performs limited testing under Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA). Answers and screens telephone calls. Assists with inventory and maintains supplies and/or equipment. Provides assistance in support of Billing and other business functions. Accepts specimens from a variety of internal and external customers. Receives and sorts specimens. Packages and tracks specimens for transport. Processes specimens for testing, including aliquoting, pre-analytical steps, and loading instruments, while maintaining proper specimen identification. Documents appropriate information for quality assurance/improvement according to established protocol. Experience with HIV and underserved populations a plus, but not required.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Education:

High school graduate, Bachelor’s preferred.

Experience:
  • 2 years’ experience in clinical outpatient setting, will consider less experience if willing to train under current phlebotomist.
  • Phlebotomy certification required.
Expectations:

Demonstrates knowledge and experience in phlebotomy or related laboratory function. Basic computer skills including experience using computer software applications. Keyboarding and typing skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good listening skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Demonstrated customer service skills to interface effectively with physicians, patients, visitors, and other healthcare employees. May need to flex daytime hours to stretch to 6pm M-F and work occasional Saturday if needed for covering full time staff. Will be expected to attend training and continued education credits.

Please send inquiries on this open position to info@sunshinefamilycares.com

Sunshine Family Care

3169 Beecher Road, Suite 100
Flint, MI 48532

810-620-0250 | Fax: 810-620-0255
Monday to Saturday 9am - 5pm

SERVING PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV