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Employment Overview

The MPA employs over 80 people who provide care to our patients, assist with research, and provide administrative, clerical and accounting support.

Every job in our organization is important and each employee plays a key role in achieving the mission of the MPA. The success of the MPA is based on our outstanding physicians, other providers and staff who provide excellent patient care and unsurpassed customer service. How do we do it? By working very hard, thinking about our patients' needs and doing whatever it takes. We do it by treating each other and our patients with respect. We do it by working as a team.

The MPA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

We offer challenging, rewarding work with excellent benefits.

Housing Case Manager/Specialist
Full-time housing case manager to work with HIV/AIDs low income and disabled clients statewide to perform intakes, assessments and qualifications to access Kansas Care Through Housing/HOPWA funding. Prior experience/knowledge of HUD compliance and regulations, conducting housing inspections and follow-up client visits, maintaining housing resources and community contacts required. Prior knowledge of Ryan White program funding a plus. Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills a must. Prior case management experience and knowledge of HIV community resources preferred. Ability to travel 50% statewide with possible overnight stays. Valid State of Kansas driver's license, automobile insurance and personal vehicle required. Bachelor's degree in business, social work or related field preferred with a minimum of three years' housing and housing related program experience preferred.

HIV Medical Case Manager
Full-time position providing support to HIV clients linking them to care and services. Knowledge of HIV or case management experience preferred. Bachelor's degree in social work, counseling or health-related area required with 1-2 years' related experience.

Medical Assistant (Adult Internal Medicine)
Need two experienced, full-time certified or registered medical assistant to support busy outpatient adult internal medicine clinics. Current national agency certification in medical assisting is a mandatory requirement. Attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and thrive in a fast-paced environment necessary. Minimum two years' experience in a health care clinic setting required. Prior EMR and Microsoft Office required.

Collections Specialist
Full-time collection specialist needed for follow up on outstanding account balances, including but not limited to: setting up payment plans, accepting payments over the phone and sending/processing to collection agency. CPT, ICD-10, insurance claims, medical terminology, billing systems, EMR experience required. Minimum of two to three years' experience required. Spanish or bilingual a plus.

New Patient Coordinator Part-time (Neuropsychology)
Part-time position (M-W; 20-25 hours) to assist patients and caregivers with accurate information regarding their financial obligations and potential assistance options available. Insurance and medical terminology desired. Verification of insurance coverage quotes and reimbursement percentage calculations experience required. In-depth knowledge of financial counseling process, patient assistance programs and charity care qualification required. Some college with greater than two years' related experience in financial counseling and/or insurance-related field.

If you know someone who is qualified or might be interested in any of these positions, please have them contact Barb Horejsi, Human Resources coordinator, at or 316-293-2660. Applicants can also send resumes to or by fax to 316-293-1882.

Last modified: Sep 10, 2020