Assistant Medical Director
WFH Flexible San Bernardino, CA
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Are you a dynamic Physician-Provider looking to elevate your career to the next level of Leadership? We present to you a unique opportunity to blend top-tier clinical practice with leadership in our innovative healthcare organization, ConcertoCare. As the Assistant Medical Director, you will be at the forefront of shaping the future of healthcare, particularly for patients with complex needs who have been underserved by conventional systems.

The ConcertoCare Assistant Medical Director manages clinical care delivery and performance in performance for a team of Advanced Practice Providers in collaboration with the Medical Director. Key activities include direct patient care, support of clinical care delivered by field-based clinical practitioners, data-driven and KPI-directed clinical performance management, relationship support for key partnerships, and daily personnel management for clinical practitioners. This position reports to the Market Medical Director.

This is an ideal position for a Physician-Provider who seeks an opportunity for “top of license” clinical practice and leadership supporting a team of advanced practice providers, enjoys a collaborative multidisciplinary team-based approach to care, and is excited to engage in developing and nurturing our innovative, value-based clinical model focused on focused on caring for patients with complex needs who are inadequately served by traditional healthcare delivery systems.

Why This Role is Perfect for You:

Leadership Evolution: In your role you will work seamlessly between a clinical role and a leadership position, gaining invaluable experience and making a tangible impact.

Collaborative Environment: Thrive in a multidisciplinary team-based approach, where every voice is valued, and every idea has the potential to revolutionize care.

Innovative Care Model: Be a part of our pioneering, value-based clinical model that is redefining patient care for those who need it most.

What you will do:

  • Engage in meaningful, top-of-license clinical practice, ensuring the best outcomes for our patients. Direct patient care including annual wellness, continuity care, urgent care, and care transitions visit types in home, clinic, congregate living, and/or skilled nursing facility-based settings.
  • Guide and mentor a dedicated team of Advanced Practice Providers, ensuring optimal care delivery and performance. Including but not limited to support of care quality, clinical decision-making, and compliance.
  • Management of local provider teams including hiring, training, coaching, counseling, supporting, and evaluating direct reports.
  • Onboarding support and clinical training for new clinical team members.
  • Participation in care team huddles to provide clinical input, support individualized care plan development, and champion value-based care strategies to drive clinical outcomes and performance.
  • Clinical performance management including ongoing clinical data evaluation and strategic deployment of clinical team resources to achieve KPI targets.
  • Collaborative partnership with market leaders including engagement in strategic design, planning, and implementation of data-driven initiatives, processes, and programs to meet performance targets.
  • Clinical liaison for local clinical community partnerships including providers, SNF, hospital, and other clinical partners to support individual patient care needs and to ensure successful ongoing clinical collaboration, communication, and performance improvement.
  • Engagement in the development and implementation of new clinical initiatives and championing the change with the local team for national operational workflows, technology innovation, and care quality initiatives.
  • Adherence to medical policies, protocols, criteria, and clinical guidelines to ensure best practices are maintained for clinically effective and efficient care delivery.
  • Adherence to compliance policies, procedures, and standards of conduct including all applicable laws and regulations including promotion of compliant communication and behaviors amongst all team members.
  • Participation in the after-hours on-call schedule as required.
  • Other organizational and/or market-specific duties as assigned.


  • MD or DO with graduation from an accredited health professions school and active national board certification.
  • Active licensure in California
  • Active DEA licensure and CA state-specific controlled substance registration, as applicable.
  • Certification in basic life support (BLS) is required.
  • Clinical experience caring for aging adults and adults with complex care needs is required.
  • Average to advanced computer and software skills required.
  • Ability and means to travel as needed in a timely manner to locations that may have limited access to public transportation; proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required. DRIVER REQUIREMENTS: Licensed for a minimum of 3 years; No undisclosed violations and/or accidents within 3 years; No vehicle-related suspensions/reinstatements, DUIs, reckless driving, or felony conviction within the last 7 years.

Special Consideration for:

  • 3+ years of clinical practice experience as a provider preferred.
  • Advanced training in geriatrics and/or palliative medicine preferred.
  • Clinical experience caring for patients in the home setting including private homes and congregate living facilities preferred.
  • Clinical team leadership experience preferred.
  • Public health, business administration, and/or health administration studies preferred.
  • Previous experience with managed care and/or value-based healthcare delivery preferred.

Base Salary/ Wage Range $250,000 to $275,000 plus annual bonus. Compensation for the role is commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications, skills, competencies, and experience and may fall outside of the range shown. ConcertoCare offers a competitive total rewards package, which includes full healthcare coverage, a 401K with match, and a broad range of other health, wellness, and financial benefits.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

ConcertoCare is an Alcohol/Drug/Smoke-Free Workplace

ConcertoCare requires all “frontline workers” to be fully vaccinated and to provide records for validation. Medical or religious exemption will be considered contingent upon the review of appropriate documentation.

Salary Description
$250,000 to $275,000 plus annual bonus