Monitor and manage the practice by anticipating needs and serving our members. Maintain a clean, welcoming, and on-brand environment in our practice. In building Small Door, they partnered with the people responsible for beloved consumer experiences like Warby Parker and Sweetgreen, in addition to healthcare innovators such as One Medical, CityMD and Flatiron Health.
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Certified B-Corp General Practice Veterinary Company in the country, meaning we abide by incredibly high standards as an organization. Partner with the Member Experience Manager to support a positive, collaborative approach between the Member Experience and the Medical Team.Apply NowUpdated 14 days ago
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Certification as a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager or Certified Veterinary Technician preferred. Sunray Animal Hospital in Brunswick, ME is looking for a dedicated and passionate Practice Manager to join their team.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 8 days ago
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Practice Manager to lead its full-service cosmetic surgery center located in Portland, OR. The Practice Manager is responsible for the workflow and performance of the clinic to achieve expert care, provide an outstanding patient experience, maximize physician/staff productivity and meet profitability targets.Apply NowUpdated 9 days ago
Athenix Company, is seeking a professional, experienced Practice Manager to lead its full-service cosmetic surgery center located in Portland, OR. The Practice Manager is responsible for the workflow and performance of the clinic to achieve expert care, provide an outstanding patient experience, maximize physician/staff productivity and meet profitability targets.
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We designed and delivered a reimagined veterinary experience via a membership that includes exceptional care, 24/7 telemedicine, and transparent pricing - delivered with modern hospitality in spaces designed by animal experts to be stress-free.$115,000 - $150,000 a yearApply NowUpdated 23 days ago
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To be successful as a veterinary practice manager, you should be patient, detail-oriented, and adept at multitasking. Ultimately, an outstanding veterinary practice manager should be able to communicate effectively with pet owners and veterinary staff members as well as demonstrate exceptional management, organizational, and customer service skills.Full-time
A courteous and efficient veterinary practice manager to coordinate and manage all office administration procedures. Experienced or Certified Veterinary Practice Manager with a minimum of 1-year management experience preferred or 3+ years veterinary experience preferred.Full-time
The veterinary practice manager’s responsibilities include ordering, inventory management, coordinating schedules, resolving conflicts among office staff members, training of staff members, and all other aspects which keeps the practice operating efficiently.Full-time
The Practice Manager, in partnership with the Chief of Staff (COS), ensures good communication with clients, associates, field leadership, Central Team Support, and PetSmart, and partners with the PetSmart Store Director, Salon Manager, Training Manager and PetsHotel Manager (if applicable) to optimize growth of both businesses.Part-time
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Key partners to this role will also include - Sr. Manager, Health Centers, Revenue Cycle Director and other HCM's. Ensure, in collaboration with the CCO and/or designee that all patient services' manuals (protocols of practice, policies and procedures, lab, OSHA, CLIA, etc) are current and all regulations are implemented and followed in an effort to maintain quality assurance standards in the center.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 18 days ago
Make informal recommendations to the veterinary regional manager concerning such personnel matters as staffing needs, advancement, re-assignments, hours of work or other status changes affecting the receptionists.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 2 days ago
Title: practice manager Company: Small Door Veterinary
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