Assistant Clinic Manager Position Available
Key Responsibilities of this Position:
Assist in the recruitment, training, scheduling, and communication with providers regarding shifts and clinic procedure
Assist in the recruitment, training, scheduling and management of intake volunteers
Be present at the clinic to field questions from intake and providers and ensure the clinic runs smoothly
Be a resource for Athenanet EMR usage for all volunteers
Assist in the report to the Board of Directors monthly (red flags, status of clinic, etc.)
Assist in developing policy, protocol, and tools to fit the evolving needs of our patients, organization, and volunteers
How to apply:
Watch this video about what it's like to be an ACHC intake volunteer:
Interested in applying for the Spring 2017 Intake Team?
Emilie Stojak, Avicenna Clinic Manager, BSN, RN
Emilie started as an Avicenna Pharmacy Director Summer 2015. She graduated with her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from University of Illinois at Chicago in 2015 and is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Nursing Practice- Family Nurse Practitioner. She additionally works as on a Medical-Surgical unit at Presence Covenant Medical Center. Emilie has been acting Clinic Manager since May 2016 and is very passionate about bettering the clinic, thus bettering the lives of patients we serve. She is grateful for both the patients and volunteers she has had the opportunity to work with in order to better understand the complex and unique needs of patients and the challenges in accessing quality healthcare and living healthy lifestyles.
Amogh Kambalyal, Avicenna Clinic Manager, MD Scholar
Amogh started as an intake volunteer in 2015 and is currently serving as one of the clinic managers. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2015 and is now a 2nd year medical student at the UIC College of Medicine at the Urbana campus. Initially volunteering at Avicenna to earn valuable clinical experience early in his medical career, he has become passionate in helping the undeserved population in his community.