Health Care Partners of South Carolina is always looking for skilled and dedicated individuals to join us in our mission of providing exceptional experiences.

Current Career Opportunities :

Chief Medical Officer
Location: Conway, South Carolina

Description & Details: Health Care Partners of South Carolina Inc. (HCPSC) is currently searching for a Chief Medical Officer. The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) will report to the CEO and be a key member of the senior leadership team. The selected candidate must have a strong medical clinic and administrative background. Knowledge and experience in a FQHC is a plus.

The CMO is responsible for the clinical effectiveness of all primary medical care, the corporate CQI Program, and performance of all service lines, the Patient Safety Program, Credentialing, and Laboratory and Pharmacy operations. This position is responsible for developing clinical leadership and engagement of physician and non-physician practitioners to drive the success of the clinical practice. The CMO also serves as the medical representative of HCPSC to the broader community and works collaboratively with CEO and Executive Team to achieve strategic organizational goals, providing ultimate oversight of clinical services such as cost management, utilization review, quality assurance, and development of medical practice recommendations.

Qualifications: The position of Chief Medical Officer requires the successful completion of training at an accredited medical school with a Medical Degree and a current license to practice medicine in the state that you are working in and ultimately in the state of South Carolina. Further educational qualifications include specialty practices certifications. At least 10 years of experience with a record of accomplishments in Public Health. Business acumen and an MBA preferred.

Behavioral Health Counselor
Location: Conway, South Carolina (Some travel to other sites required)
Qualifications Required: Must be a Licensed Independent Social Worker – Clinical Practice (LISW-CP); Master degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Behavioral Science, or related field; one to two (1-2) years experience working with clients who have suffered from drug abuse and/or who have a mental illness

LPN
Location: Conway, South Carolina
Qualifications Required: Minimum 3 Years Experience Preferred

Certified Medical Assistant
Location: Conway, South Carolina
Qualifications Required: 2 Years Experience Preferred

Governing Board Member
Location: Conway, South Carolina

Introduction: Our Board of Directors comprises leaders from the nonprofit and for-profit sector who are dedicated to the organization’s mission. Serving as a Board Member is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about fostering a community where all individuals reach their highest potential by reducing healthcare disparities, empowering individuals to make healthy choices and advocating for services that improve the quality of life.

Requirements: Members of the health center governing board must be residents and/or work in the service area of the health center, and the majority [at least 51 percent] of the health center board members must be patients served by the health center. These health center patient board members must, as a group, represent the individuals who are served by the health center in terms of demographic factors, such as race, ethnicity, and gender. Non-patient health center board members must be representative of the community served by the health center and must be selected for their expertise in relevant subject areas, such as community affairs, local government, finance and banking, legal affairs, trade unions, and other commercial and industrial concerns, or social service agencies within the community. A health center board member may not be an employee of the center, or spouse or child, parent, brother or sister by blood, adoption or marriage of such an employee.

The health center must establish a governing board that has specific responsibility for oversight of the Health Center Program project. The health center governing board must assure that the center is operated in compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. The health center governing board must also hold monthly meetings and record in meeting minutes the board’s attendance, key actions, and decisions. The health center governing board must read board materials in advance of board meetings and come prepared to ask questions and participate in discussions. The health center governing board establishes or adopts policies for the conduct of the Health Center Program project and for updating these policies when needed.

Board members are expected to play an active role in securing the financial resources necessary for Health Care Partners of South Carolina achieve its mission. Additionally, Board members are expected to responsibly represent HCPSC to their respective communities and to advocate for HCPSC’s mission, programs, and services as appropriate.