Careers: Chief Medical Officer

Community HealthNet Health Centers is currently looking for patient-focused, high-energy, and well-rounded Associates to join our team. This page contains a list of current job opportunities.

*Community HealthNet is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.


Chief Medical Officer (Full-time)

Spots Open: 1

Locations: 5th Avenue


Graduate of Medical School. 5 years of Professional experience in the Medical Field. 3 years of Medical Administration. Valid IN Physician License. Assist in the recruitment, selection, and evaluation process of physician and midlevel provider staff. Assist in defining the quality-of-care standards in alignment with key partners/payers for equitable comparisons and pay for performance benchmarks including HEDIS and Meaningful Use measures, as well as other recognized quality care standards. Provide care to CHN’s patients, within the scope and practice guidelines of their specialty, board- certification, (Family Medicine Preferred), training, state and federal licensure, and certification; while utilizing the patient care team approach to health care. Ensure peer review processes are consistently followed by all CHN providers. Advise and assist the COO in meeting medical staffing requirements, and with the scheduling of medical providers at all CHN health center locations. Review quality of care provided by CHN medical personnel through periodic chart reviews, the review of meaningful use reports, and provider evaluation processes. Meet with the Executive and Management team of Community HealthNet periodically to help define quality, operational, and financial goals. Track Physician supervisory review processes of all mid-level providers on an ongoing basis. Provide oversight, guidance, and direction to clinical staff to ensure that QI/QA issues, studies, and workgroups are focused on key strategies designed to sustain CHN as a recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home Model. Provide oversight, guidance, leadership, and direction to staff to ensure that workflow, personnel concerns, and other organizational issues are tended to and followed up on. Assist the COO and CHN Board of Directors in the development and implementation of clinical policies, procedures, and protocols. Work with the COO and Executive staff to guide CHN’s Board of Directors on relevant quality care endeavors, PCMH triple aim principals, and actively work to promote adoption and change where appropriate. As a leader of the QI/QA Committee, oversee the completion of Patient Experience Survey processes and report final results to the COO, CEO, and Board of Directors.

Benefits Eligible: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, EAP, Paid Time Off

Qualified candidates who wish to apply for the position should submit a resume and cover letter to