We Offer a Variety ofCareers at Foremost Family Health Centers

Our team is relentless in their pursuit of compassionate care and innovative treatments. Every team member, clinical and non-clinical, makes a difference in the lives of patients, families, and the community. With unlimited growth potential, both professionally and personally, now is the time to start your future with Foremost.

Why Choose Foremost Family Health Centers?

Foremost Family Health Centers commits to setting employees up for success and creating a world-class inclusive workplace. Our team's growth, health and happiness are vital to supporting patients, families, and communities. At Foremost, we put our passion with our purpose.

Foremost Family Health Centers strive to create a learning culture where all employees and leaders have the opportunity to advance in knowledge, skills, and abilities within their profession for the betterment of patients, visitors, guests, and the community we serve.

Professional development empowers employees and leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to solve the strategic problems Foremost faces. By enhancing the knowledge and understanding of various business concepts at all staffing levels, Foremost’s Talent Management team helps foster a better environment for our employees and our patients. Each Foremost employee has a professional development plan that maps out a path based on their desired career course and personal learning goals.


We want you to Join Our Team

Here are a few open positions:
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Bi-Lingual)

Role Description

The LCSW shall have primary responsibility for coordinating all psychosocial community services under the general direction of the Associate Medical Director. Operate in accordance with policies, procedures and protocols, standards of practice and licensing and certificate and other regulatory agencies requirements. The LCSW is responsible for implementing community educational programs, assessing problems and determining appropriate types and methods of treatment, and implementing intervention methodologies; acts as Program Consultant to staff members with or without professional training; functions in such areas as counseling, protective services, and family services.

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Patient Access Coordinator (Bi-Lingual)

Role Description    

The Patient Access Coordinator (PAC) is responsible for handling incoming phone calls, scheduling appointments, assessing patient needs and relaying patient messages to care teams, patient registration, outgoing patient communication, and other related tasks.  While each PAC will be assigned regular daily tasks, each person functioning in this role will be cross-trained to serve in any of the roles in Patient Access.




Phone Calls

  • Promptly, accurately, professionally, and courteously receive 100% of all telephone calls.
  • Promptly, accurately, professionally, and courteously assess 100% of received calls/inquiries and direct and/or record and relay messages. Answer telephones, screen, document, and route calls to appropriate destination.
  • Adept at using all features of the telephone system and voice mail.

Scheduling Appointments

  • Schedule appointments according to scheduling protocols.
  • Coordinate patient appointments in an effort to maximize visits per day and optimize patient flow.
  • Schedule appointments per provider request through the Athena tickler.
  • Contact patients to remind of and confirm appointments, complete pre-registration tasks, and gather updated insurance information.
  • Notify patients of the sliding fee discount program and other available patient assistance programs.


Access to Care, Patient Experience

  • Greet callers in a prompt, courteous, and helpful manner.
  • Contact referred patients and/or patients due for services and schedule appointments. Manage assigned referral inboxes in the electronic health record.
  • Assist patients and providers with telemedicine and digital check-in logistics.
  • Contact no-shows and reschedule.


General Duties

  • Participate in a team-based model of care that promotes coordination of care for our patients. Care is patient-centered and follows evidence-based guidelines.


Patient Flow

  • Identify patients with acute needs and immediately notify Nurse Triage and/or Patient Access Supervisor of the concern.
  • Monitor and optimize provider schedules. Maintain awareness of patient wait times and provider schedules to ensure excellent patient experience.
  • Problem solve, as much in advance as possible, rescheduling needs.
  • Respond to requests for information regarding services available in the organization.

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RN Care Manager

Role Description    

The RN Care Manager must be committed to Foremost Family Health Center’s Mission, Vision and Values of caring for and providing high quality comprehensive services to the community while driving a culture of engagement and collaboration. The Care Manager is responsible for direction of patient care in the ambulatory care setting. Manages site nursing staff (LVN Care Coordinator, LVNs, and MAs.) Consults with staff, physicians and Chief Nursing Officer-on-nursing problems and interpretation of Foremost Family Health Center (FFHC) policies to ensure patient needs are met. Maintains performance improvement activities within the department and participates in CQI activities. Oversees care team and the coordination of patient care at the appointed site. Responsibilities include the management of high-risk populations as determined by the Chief Medical Officer. The care manager is responsible for the identification of hospital admissions, hospital re-admissions, Emergency Room visits and ensuring proper follow-up of the FFHC patient.


Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, college or university with care management/ambulatory care experience. Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred. Must hold a current and active Texas RN license with no restrictions. Minimum three (3) years of experience as a RN in a clinical practice field in a hospital, community health center, or an ambulatory care position. Must be qualified in BLS techniques. Must have a working knowledge of OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standards and Risk Management. Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products and familiarity with network systems.

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Billing and Credentialing Specialist

Role Description    

The Billing/Credentialing Specialist is a member of the revenue cycle team who has two primary responsibilities. The first is the processing of insurance and other third- party payor claims including Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and special contract agreements. The second is taking the lead on credentialing of providers, maintaining credentialing information, and responding to needs relevant to credentialing. This position works collaboratively with the Revenue Cycle Manager and other team members to ensure timely and accurate submission of patient remittance claims and management of accounts receivable. This position is a hybrid position (remote and onsite).


  • Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration or related field, preferred
  • Coding/Billing Certification or completed within 6 months of employment
  • Three to Five years’ experience in planning and management of revenue billing and collection, preferably in a community health center setting.
  • 1 year of credentialing experience, preferred
  • Moderate level Microsoft Excel experience

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