Become a part of our growing family! All our current open positions are listed below. We also accept applications from Nurses and Medical Providers on a rolling basis. To apply for any of the following positions, please send us your updated Resume to

We are hiring! Current Openings:

  • Cardiologist

Full Time/ Part Time – Owensboro KY

River city, friendly town in Western KY. We are a busy Cardiology practice with office based Cath Lab and are now seeking a part time or a full time Interventional or General Cardiologist. Attractive compensation package and sign on bonus available plus productivity bonus and guaranteed income. Physician mentorship available for growth & development. 401K match & other competitive benefits. On-site availability for full spectrum of cardiac imaging including CT,PET & SPECT. Multiple experienced nurse practitioners also work with us in the office. J1 Waiver considered.

.  Nurse Practitioner-NP/PA

   Attractive compensation package and sign on bonus available plus productivity bonus, Opening in Primary Care, Cardiology, Multiple clinics, Full time or part time.  

  • Receptionist / Medical Secretary

Summary of Duties:

  1. Books, coordinates and reschedules patient’s appointments. Relays necessary messages to staff.
  2. Greets and registers patients in a prompt, pleasant, and helpful manner. Provides any necessary instructions/directions. Informs appropriate department/person of person’s arrival.
    3. Uses computer system to generate information necessary for billing, ID’s, Medicaid, DOB, Insurance Cards, etc.
    4. Update patient information, collects co pays, provides any necessary forms needing completion, obtains signatures as necessary, HIPPA, and Payments on Accounts Posted.
    5. Verifies necessary information and records in the medical record.
    6. Maintains and updates current information on providers and diagnostic schedules ensuring that patients are scheduled properly and appointments are confirmed.
    7. Answer telephone, screen calls, takes messages, and provides information.  Maintains a pleasant attitude and deals with customer needs expeditiously.
    8. Schedules surgical procedures, outpatient appointments and admissions as requested.
    9. Answers questions regarding patient appointments and testing.
    10. Oversees waiting area, coordinate patient movement, reports problems or irregularities.
    11. Attends meetings as required.


  • Medical Office Assistant

We are needing a full time Medical Office Assistant. Need someone with Cardio/Heart experience. Someone with EKG knowledge and doing manual blood pressures. EHR computer experience would be a plus as well. However, we can also train you if you don’t have the needed experience but we believe you are a good fit for the company. Hours are Monday- Friday with one late night a month.

Duties involve –

  1. Assisting the patient from the lobby to the exam room
  2. Checking all vital signs
  3. Reviewing medication list
  4. Reviewing medical and family history
  5. Giving injections, appointment reminder calls
  6. Refilling medications
  7. Assisting the nurse with some of their daily duties
  8. Answering phone calls, and whatever the provider needs


This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

As mentioned earlier, someone with an MA degree and/ experience is always preferred. But we can also provide on-the-job training for the right candidate.

  • Float Employee


A float is required to be trained to work in all different areas and positions in the Practice. The Practice needs a Float to fill in for positions that are in transition or areas that require extra help. Float duties are usually subject to change. Sometimes, a Float may be required to work until 7 PM or on an occasional weekend. We do expect Floats to be available to work on short notices, especially when someone calls in sick and that position needs to be filled by the Float. Many current MOAs and Receptionists started as floats, and moved to a permanent location after a minimum of 6 months as a float.  

  • Nurse (RN/ LPN)


Responsible for direct and indirect patient care under the directions of the Physicians, Physician’s Assistants, or Nurse Practitioners. Position is also responsible for ensuring efficient patient services by assisting the provider staff, complying with established policies and procedures, OSHA policies and compliance, and CLIA compliance. Assures patient and office confidentiality. Performs other medical duties as assigned. Hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.

Summary of Duties:

  1. Provides general nursing care to patients. Administers prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with nursing standards.
  2. Maintains exam rooms for necessary supplies and materials. Ensures cleanliness. Prepares list of medical supplies needed. Prepares equipment and aids physician during treatment, examination and testing of patients.
  3. Observes, records and reports patient’s condition and reaction to drugs and treatments to physicians. Dispenses medication as directed. Educates patient/family about diagnostic procedures, medications, nutrition and maintenance of health and wellness
  4. Ensures appointment preferences are given to patients in emergency situations. Greets patients and prepares them for physician examination. Screens patients for appropriation information. Instructs patients in collection of samples and tests
  5. Maintains/reviews patient records, charts and other pertinent information. Posts tests and examination results
  6. Responds to/refers incoming patient treatment-related phone calls. Instructs patient and family regarding medications and treatment instructions
  7. Maintains patient confidentiality
  8. Answer phone and field messages from patients regarding patient care
  9. Sorting labs, making sure that all lab work is brought to the provider’s attention and followed up appropriately.
  10. Sorting referrals/consults: Making sure that all old records—Next Gen—and or letters have been properly dealt with
  11. Prescriptions: Making sure that all treatments are filed neatly and chronologically as indicated
  12. Chart forms: Making sure that all chart forms are kept current and well stocked (i.e., progress note sheet or medicine referral sheet)
  13. Pre-authorizing any medicine or diagnostic testing corresponds (i.e., insurance, medicare, drug programs etc.)
  14. Other basic duties such as maintaining patient flow, taking vitals of the patients, guiding and assisting patients etc.


  • Nuclear Medicine Tech – NMTCB ~ RTR(N)


Summary of Duties

  1. Prepare and administer radiopharmaceuticals to patients, maintain records of radioactive material in accordance to specific guidelines. Also ACR guidelinesFollow the safety steps required to perform their duties and be in compliance with medical, state and federal safety standards. They must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriately.
  2. Effectively utilizes all necessary computer systems in compliance with HIPPA guidelines.
  3. Obtains and records all patient data as required by the medical center, state, or other agencies. Ensure proper charging of all procedures, coding, and modifiers are correct.
  4. Technologist will be familiar with and enforce the federal, state, local and facility guidelines for handling of radioactive material.

Qualifications, Education, Credentials, Licenses:

  • Graduate of an AMA approved school of Nuclear Medicine Technology. Registered by one of the following: ARRT-Nuclear or NMTCB or ASCP.
  • Current CPR certification
  • State Licensure: Kentucky
  • KBMIRT Radiation Operators License (Radiography & Nuclear Medicine).


  • Credentialing and Quality Care Specialist


A Credentialing and Quality Care Specialist ensures that the office providers (MDs, Pas, APRNs, etc.) maintain current credentials and licenses to work legally in their field or specialty. Monitor upcoming renewal/revalidation dates and work with providers to advise them of the required steps to maintain their credentials. You’d work within the medical field to improve the operation of the medical facility. You typically do not work with patients directly but focus on improving the overall care and experience that a patient receives while at the facility. You are focused on the health of the facility and its ability to improve the health of the patients. You gather data on care procedures and systems, analyze it for possibilities of improvement, and then make recommendations based on the results.

Summary of Duties:

  1. Maintain accurate provider profiles on CAQH, PECOS, NPPES, and CMS databases, and update in a timely manner
  2. Maintain accurate provider profiles on CAQH, PECOS, NPPES, and CMS databases, and update in a timely manner
  3. Credential new providers and re-credential current providers
  4. Complete credentialing applications to add providers to commercial payers, Medicare, and Medicaid
  5. Apply for and renew annually all provider licenses; Professional, DEA, Controlled Substance
  6. Keep files of each providers information
  7. Keep up-to-date information in credentialing spreadsheets
  8. Work with billing staff to identify and resolve any denials or authorization issues related to provider credentialing
  9. Work close with insurance representatives and providers to improve overall patient care
  10. Work close with insurance representatives and providers to improve overall patient care
  11. Work on quarterly reports with insurance companies
  12. Tracking when patients are due for Annual Wellness Visits and Quality Measures determined by Insurance groups

Requirements and Skills:

  1. Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business Administration or related field
  2. A combination of education, training and experience may be considered in lieu of degree
  3. Must know how to use excel spreadsheets
  4. Must know how to use excel spreadsheets
  5. Able to meet deadlines
  6. Must be organized and detail oriented
  7. Must be able to multi-task
  8. Must be comfortable with speaking to providers and insurance representatives on a regular basis