Erie Family Health Center

Position: Chief Clinical Officer

Location: Chicago, Illinois

Organization:

Recognized as one of the country's premier Federally Qualified Health Centers, Erie's commitment to providing accessible, affordable health care of the highest quality to Chicago's most disadvantaged populations has not wavered for 60 years. Following years of significant growth and expansion, Erie serves patients in 153 different zip codes at 13 sites of care, which include seven large primary care centers, four of which have integrated oral health services (while all centers deploy behavioral health counseling services), as well as five school-based health centers and Chicago's oldest and largest comprehensive teen health center. With more than 200 health professionals and a staff of over 500, Erie serves nearly 70,000 medical patients and 12,000 dental patients every year.


Job Description:

Reports to: President and CEO

Supervises: Medical Director of Pediatrics and Adolescent medicine, Medical Director of Family and Adult Medicine, Medical Director of Women's Health, Clinical Director of Oral Health, Clinical Director of Behavioral Health, and an executive assistant

The CCO is Erie's senior physician executive responsible for leading the design and execution of clinical service delivery, with specific oversight of clinical quality, risk management, value-based care (managed care), and medical education programs. In addition, he/she provides leadership to a large, high-performing, community-based medical staff. The CCO also dedicates 20-25% of his or her time to maintaining an active clinical practice at the health center.


Search Team:

Courtney Lada
Managing Partner

Joe Johnston
Principal

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