Michigan Pain Consultants (ProCare Pain Solutions) is seeking a full-time Clinic Coordinator for their Muskegon clinic. We offer employees competitive wages, paid holidays, and paid time off. Employees can expect no night, weekend, or holiday shifts. In addition, full-time employees are also eligible for a free high deductible health plan after 90 days and a generous 401k profit sharing plan after one year of service.

The Manager provides day to day onsite management of the Pain Management Center. S/he has the responsibility to create and maintain an environment that promotes exceptional patient care and a first class working environment for our providers and our support team. S/he develops staff to meet the corporate mission and goals, ensuring that the corporate culture is upheld.

The nature of this position does not lend itself to a defined list of performance tasks and the following lists are only examples of the primary requirements. They are not intended to serve as a comprehensive list of job duties. Significant local and corporate resources are available to support many of the specific requirements.

Minimum: Bachelors Degree, or RN License.

1. Management

  • Create value by working together with mutual respect and trust within and across our network at every level appreciating individual differences
  • Understand and articulate corporate mission, culture, and goals
  • Take “ownership” and accountability for sustained growth of the practice and for the outstanding clinic environment
  • Take “ownership” and accountability for financial performance of the practice
  • Facilitate effective working relationships/communications with all members of health team
  • Staff recruitment, orientation and continued development
  • Compliance with all administrative policies and procedures
  • Implement all Human Resources policies: internal and external
  • Ensure excellent customer service
  • Support recruiting efforts
  • Manage resources: labor cost and other variable expense management
  • Knowledge and ability to implement disaster recovery plans and major conflict resolution
  • Manage schedule

2. Quality Patient Care

  • Conduct self in every area, personal and professional, with adherence to the highest ethical standards.
  • Functions as a Safety Officer for respective practice site.
  • Pursue new opportunities enthusiastically that improve processes and ultimately the organization.
  • Serve on committees and task forces on a voluntary and appointed basis
  • Comply with all internal and external protocols, health and safety regulations, and other standards of care
  • Serve as a patient advocate as well as physician advocate
  • Oversee complex case management
  • Perform critical chart review: conflict and complaint resolution
  • Provide feedback on development and modification of clinical protocols
  • Educate physicians, staff, community, and patients

3. Client Relations

  • Participate in referral development activities as assigned
  • Participate in professional organizations and seminars / workshops within the community as assigned
  • Develop community relations with public and referral sources
  • Participate in practice marketing programs


  • Reports to Executive Director or Practice Administrator
  • Communication will frequently be via phone and e-mail with regular meetings to establish priorities and to monitor progress


  • Independently mobile to perform job tasks
  • Approximately 30% of time spent walking and standing
  • Moderate to heavy computer use
  • Periodic heavy physical exertion
  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds
  • Moderate bending, kneeling, overhead lifting, pushing and pulling
  • Ability to wear a lead apron
  • Auditory and visual skills


  • none


  • Fast paced, demanding clinical environment
  • Exposure to a variety of attitudes and personalities from patients, staff, and visitor to the practice