Academic Adolescent Medicine Physician – Full Time or Part Time (Westchester County, New York)

The Division of Adolescent Medicine of Boston Children’s Health Physicians (formerly Children’s & Women’s Physicians of Westchester) is seeking an academic Adolescent Medicine physician for a part-time (0.6 FTE) or full-time position in Westchester County, New York. This is a varied, stimulating position, including time in a busy suburban practice, teaching pediatric and psychiatric residents at the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, and other locations on a rotating basis. Our academic affiliation is with New York Medical College, a member of the Touro College and University System, Valhalla, NY, with teaching responsibilities for third and fourth year medical students.

Candidates must be Board Certified in General Pediatrics and Board Certified or Eligible in Adolescent Medicine. There is opportunity for clinical research.

Please send c.v. and cover letter to, or call 914-304-5288 for more information.

REF# Adol Med
Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job type: Full-time or Part-time (0.6 FTE)
Required experience include:
Board Certified in General Pediatrics
Board Certified or Eligible in Adolescent Medicine

Clinical Coordinator & Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Neuro-Oncology – Full Time (Valhalla, NY)

Professional: Neuro-Oncology
Consumers: Brain Tumor

Reports to: Chief, Pediatric Hematology, Oncology & Stem Cell Transplantation in BCHP

Liases with: Neuro-Oncology, Neurosurgery, Radiation Oncology, Neuro Radiology, Neuro Psychology. Neuro Pathology

Primary Responsibilities: Coordination of the pediatric and adult neuro-oncology, programs providing comprehensive, multidisciplinary and integrated patient care and management of its associated clinical research

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Serves as Nurse Practitioner for the pediatric neuro-oncology population
  • Coordinates clinical care services between and among the following disciplines: pediatric oncology, medical oncology & stem cell transplantation, neurosurgery, neuro-oncology, radiation oncology, neuro-imaging and neuro-pathology
  • Facilitates compliance with policies set forth by regulations and standards of federal, state and/or medical regulatory agencies, providing prompt notification to the appropriate Division Director as necessary
  • Establishes and facilitates compliance with standard operating procedures for activities related to the neuro-oncology program including, but not limited to: training, continuing education, staff competency, quality assurance, records, data management, safety and customer satisfaction
  • Develops nursing research studies related to neuro-oncology


  • Graduate of an approved school of nursing with current registration in New York State
  • Masters degree in Nursing and Nurse Practitioner credentials required
  • Neuro-oncology experience preferable
  • Knowledge of clinical trials management preferable

REF# Neuro/Oncology
Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job type: Full-time

Medical Office Manager – Full Time (Tarrytown, NY)

A busy pediatric office in Tarrytown, NY is currently recruiting for an Office Manager. Working closely with the physician leadership, the candidate will be responsible for managing 10 + employees consisting of nurses, and receptionist. He/She will be responsible for coordinating multiple schedules, helping with outreach and development of relationships with other referring practices, and interacting with physicians to build the practice and improve the quality of care. This high-level position requires a professional individual with leadership qualities who can motivate and manage employees while overseeing the daily office operations. A focus on high-quality customer service is a must. The candidate should have at least 2 years of medical office management experience and also have familiarity with medical coding and billing processes. Experience with EHR is a plus. The practice is offering a competitive salary with benefits.

Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job type: Full-time
Required experience include: Bachelor’s Degree

Quality Improvement Practice Consultant – Full Time (Valhalla, NY)

Seeking a FT Quality Improvement Practice Consultant in Valhalla, NY to work in the Central Quality department of Boston Children’s Health Physicians to improve the overall quality of care within the affiliate practices and the organization. This position requires availability Monday-Friday as well as the willingness to travel offsite. Candidate must have an understanding of lean, six sigma and PDSA process improvement tools, as well as experience with physician quality programs. Candidate must be detail oriented and handle multiple tasks efficiently. Candidate must be able to provide practice education to staff and have the ability to motivate staff to make meaningful changes to their processes in order to improve care delivery in the practice. Candidate will develop graphical representations of data for practices and CQO so competence with PC, Windows and Microsoft Office is necessary.

Required experience includes:

  • Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree in Health Care Administration or a related field preferred
  • Experience in primary care healthcare
  • Experience with physician quality programs and Patient Centered Medical Home is strongly desired
  • Ability to travel to multiple locations in the tri state area
    Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
    Job type: Full-time

Pediatric Care Manager – Full Time (Valhalla, NY)

Seeking a FT RN Care Manager in Valhalla, NY to work with the Quality Department and affiliate practices of Boston Children’s Health Physicians. This position requires availability Monday-Friday as well as the willingness to travel offsite. Candidate must be detail oriented and able to handle multiple tasks efficiently. Candidate will work with the sites who are transforming to Patient-Centered Medical Homes to provide care management services to their high-risk patients.

Essential Roles and Responsibilities include:

  • Identify patients for Care Management
  • Coordinates healthcare services for patient through risk assessment of their chronic conditions and/or healthcare needs
  • Utilizes care management process to guide service delivery thought the health continuum to ensure quality care is delivered in the most efficient, safe, and effective manner
  • Develops patient-centered, individualized care plans that include outcomes and goals coaching and aligning with community services (teaching, apply, utilize)
  • Supports primary care provider to implement the integrated plan to achieve the desired outcomes
  • Utilizes protocols set with evidence-based guidelines, in collaboration with the physicians, to guide their care management methodology
  • Provides disease specific educational support to patients and families
  • Establishes patient engagement, effective communication and nursing interventions to minimize avoidable acute care situations, such as admissions, readmissions and ED visits
  • Collaborates with practice physicians and administration to utilize outcome data in patient educations programs and clinical applications
  • Manages assigned panel of high risk chronic care patients – longitudinal care management
  • Collaborates with patients, families and physicians to assess patient’s progress toward their goals and assess barriers when patients have not met their goals or have not kept appointments
  • Follows up with patients who have been discharged from the ED and hospital to complete medication reconciliation and compliance with medical recommendations – episodic care management
  • Develops relationships with community agencies and other healthcare organizations and agencies to ensure smooth transition of care for patients

Required experience includes:

  • Current NYS RN license required
  • BSN degree preferred
  • Care Management or home health experience required
  • Experience in pediatric primary care healthcare strongly preferred
  • Experience with Patient Centered Medical Home is strongly desired
  • Ability to travel to multiple locations in the tri state area

Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job type: Full-time

Physician Liaison – Full Time (Valhalla, NY)

Seeking a full time Physician Liaison who will function as the primary contact for physicians within an assigned geographic territory. The Physician Liaison will work closely with the physicians and their staff to improve communication and operations between the parties to increase understanding of the referring physicians’ needs and expectations. The Physician Liaison will report directly to the CEO.

Principal duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Developing programs and opportunities to establish/strengthen inter-professional relationships between BCHP specialists and referring physicians/clinicians. Creates and provides monthly reports to Reporting Relationships identifying inter-professional relationship building activities. Establishes and adheres to an ongoing schedule of visits to physicians and medical practices in identified target areas based on a sound market strategy.

Serve as key administrative contact and maintain positive relationship with all referring physicians and their respective office staff. Routinely visit (in person) as well as via phone to identify challenges, to educate, and to help resolve dissatisfies. Identify issues and concerns by referring physicians/practices/organizations and communicates back to the appropriate individual, department or area. Facilitate issue resolution between the physician(s) and BCHP, working toward improved processes and communications. Ensures management and accountability of all functions related to problem resolution. Create and provides monthly reports to the BCHP CEO and the Director of Physician Relations & Outreach at BCH identifying learned problems/opportunities, their status, and overall trends.

Develop an in-depth knowledge of BCHP specialty services and programs, and the appropriate processes for referrals and authorizations. Develop a comprehensive understanding of the health care marketplace and the market factors that operate in assigned geographic territories. Ensures that BCHP leadership is kept updated on opportunities for service improvement and changing market trends.

Interested candidates please fax your resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job Type: Full time

Minimum education and skills:

  • bachelor’s degree in a clinical discipline, Marketing, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, or related healthcare field is required
  • requires 3+ years working with community based PCPs and subspecialists, with a track record of successful customer service, communication effectiveness, and relationship building
  • requires 5+ years’ experience in business development, sales, marketing or marketing communications
  • exceptional verbal and written communications; persuasive presenter, strong business acumen; interpersonal skills; team player; and consensus builder
  • knowledge of the healthcare industry, particularly on evolving environmental trends
  • capacity to inspire confidence of his/her community physicians and his/her BCHP colleagues
  • demonstrated ability to manage multiple, complex responsibilities, perform business and market analyses, strategic planning and program management with documented outcomes
  • computer proficiency, database management experience, as well as Microsoft Office Products: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
  • must have a valid driver’s license, personal transportation (automobile in good working condition), and auto insurance

Required experience:

  • sales and business development: 5 years
  • working with community based PCPs and sub-specialists: 3 years
  • marketing: 5 years

LPN – Full Time (Sleepy Hollow, NY)

Seeking a full time LPN for a busy Pediatric office located in Sleepy Hollow, NY. Full time hours will include Tuesday & Thursday evenings and every other Saturday mornings. Responsibilities include but are not limited to triaging telephone calls, taking patient vital signs, administering vaccines, hearing & vision tests and in-office procedures. Must be computer literate and have excellent interpersonal skills. Current NY LPN license is required. A minimum of 1 year Pediatric experience is preferred.

Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job type: Full-time

Required licenses or certifications:
Current NY LPN license
A minimum of 1 year Pediatric experience is preferred

Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner – Full time (Carmel, NY)

PA and/or a NP needed for a busy General Pediatric office located in Carmel, NY. The candidate must be able to act independently and within the scope of practice along with working collaboratively through consultation with the other health care team providers, and have excellent critical analysis and problem solving skills. New graduates welcome. Next Gen experience preferred, but will train. Licensed in NY is required.

Requirements include: Candidate must be a licensed PA or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in the state of NY. Incumbent must have a DEA registration number and meet and other credentialing requirement of Boston Children’s Health Physicians.

Ref# Putnam
Fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job type: Full-time
Required education: Master’s

Required licenses or certifications:
NYS Physician Assistant
NYS Registered Nurse
NYS Nurse Practitioner

Medical Receptionist — Full Time (Valhalla, NY)

Seeking a Full Time Medical Receptionist for a busy Pediatric Specialty office located in Valhalla, NY. Responsibilities include but are not limited to answering phone lines, scheduling appointments, checking patients in/out, insurance verification, obtain referrals/prior authorizations, procedural scheduling, and collecting copays, etc. Ideal candidates will have at least 1 year of Pediatric medical office experience. Candidate must be organized, detail oriented, extremely reliable, proactive, self-motivated with a positive attitude, and pleasant customer service. EMR experience is a plus but not a requirement.

Please fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job Type: Full-time

1 year of Pediatric medical office experience
EMR experience is a plus but not a requirement

Medical Assistant – Part Time (Bronx, NY)

Seeking a Part Time Medical Assistant for a busy Pediatric Multi-Specialty office located in Bronx, NY. Responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting the Physicians with routine clinical exams and procedures, taking vital signs, answering multiple phone lines, greeting patients, filing, scanning, faxing, keeping patient charts updated, preparing the exam room, etc. Willing to train.

Please fax resumes to: 914-594-2336
Job Type: Part-time