Build your career in healthcare
Support and build meaningful patient relationships
Healthcare is complicated, and you’re a patient’s guide and advocate through their journey. From orienting them to our practice to helping them find the perfect provider to resolving complicated insurance issues, we obsess about patient experience. We use proven communication models based on psychology, behavioral economics, and design thinking to build trust in every interaction with our members.
Be an important part of a clinical support team
You’ll collaborate with fellow operations team members, clinicians, and your manager to improve the patient experience at your office. You’ll partner with a range of teams to improve existing processes for both clinicians and fellow team members.
Use your brain and your heart
You’ll own your tasks and consistently follow through to make sure they’re completed with the utmost care. Our technology takes care of the mindless work so you can focus on solving challenging issues for your patients. You’ll learn the “behind the scenes” administration — from scheduling appointments to obtaining insurance authorizations for testing or prescriptions to finding a specialist outside of our network to working on a billing issue.
Rhema Limon, Admin
"If you're looking for a place to flourish, be challenged, watch yourself grow, and be rewarded when you see patients succeed in their health goals and get the medical attention they deserve — while being inclusive — One Medical can offer that."
Kip Kipperman, Office Manager
"I really appreciate the plethora of opportunities that we have for personal and professional growth, learning, and development. One Medical is a place where if you want to, you can very effectively develop your career and move upward in the company to find the perfect fit."
James Reilly III, Director of Operations
"I've never worked with a more authentic and genuinely interesting group of people, each of whom has a different story but is united in their desire to change healthcare for the better."