Northwest Permanente, P. C503 positions
Thorough knowledge of Kaiser Permanente (KP) Northwest Region and familiarity with each of the Program's established Regions
At Northwest Permanente, P.C., we want every patient we see to receive the medical care they need to live long and thrive.
Our new nephrologist's home office will be in the Portland metro area, which was voted one of the top 10 best places to live in the United States.
Job Description: Northwest Permanente has a full-time position available for a Documentation and Coding Educator in our Documentation & Coding Department.
Physicians who are Board Certified are also eligible for Senior Physician and Shareholder standing after approximately three years with the group.
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