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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.

Staff Accountant
Experienced mid-level Staff Accountant needed to provide professional accounting work in preparation, review, maintenance and control of financial records and fiscal expenditures. Prior experience in AR/AP, general ledger activity, journal entries, invoice audits, 1099 processes, and budget activity. Bachelor's degree with emphasis in Accounting or Finance with 3-5 years' related experience required. Prior Microsoft Office and accounting software experience required. Experience in health care setting preferred. High organizational, prioritization and communication skills required; able to implement and close activities required.

Health Informatics Specialist (EMR)
Full-time mid-level Health Informatics Specialist needed to support providers and staff with electronics medical records software. Must have EMR specific knowledge, strong verbal and written communication and customer service skills. Background in medical terminology, workflow, EMR customization and maintenance knowledge a plus. Experience with Microsoft Office, ability to learn customizable practice management software, proven ability to train users in software applications, knowledge of security processes, HIPAA and PHI preferred. Bachelor's degree preferred with 2-4 years' experience in related field. (IT background will be considered.)

Triage LPN (Center for Health Care - Internal Medicine)
Experience full-time Triage Licensed Practical Nurse needed to support adult internal medicine/Resident outpatient clinic. Prior experience handling medical nature phone calls including triage; review test results; patient education; medication refills, obtain insurance authorizations, EMR and attention to detail required. Associate's degree with 1-2 years' related experience. State of Kansas IV certification a plus.

Scheduler / Document Manager (Center for Health Care - Gastro and Internal Medicine)
Full-time experienced front desk receptionist needed for appointment scheduling and perform incoming correspondence document management for busy adult internal medicine and Gastroenterology outpatient clinics. Prior experience with outpatient/hospital scheduling, insurance verification and referrals, EMR, scanning and indexing of documents. Minimum of 1-2 years' clinic reception experience required. Attention to detail with the ability to multitask in fast-paced environment.

KU Psychiatry - Summer Treatment Program - Available Positions:
The following positions are for an evidence-based therapeutic summer day camp on June 1 - July 17, 2020, for children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The goal of the Summer Treatment Program is to improve child ADHD related impairments (e.g. social, academic and behavioral).

  • Program Director - Camp director needed for KU STP to oversee duties of teachers and counselors. Prior medical terminology, strong interpersonal and communication skills, ability to work independently, exercise initiative, strong organizational skills, prior supervisory and management skill experience, motivational skills, assessments of camper behavior, safety regulations and emergency procedures. Ph.D. with 3-5 years' clinical experience in child and adolescent psychology, leadership and supervisory experience preferred.
  • Special Education Teacher - Special Ed Teacher needed to provide quality academic support to ADHD campers. Prior experience to instruct campers within classroom and computer lab settings on an individual basis. Act as liaison between campers, parents and treatment program for children to remain current with their regular classroom education. Develop necessary academic accommodations for children as needed. Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 1-year teaching experience working with special education students preferred. Valid Kansas teaching license/certification, required. Special Education licensure preferred. Certification for teaching grades K-12 preferred. Current CEUs per requirements.
  • Art Teacher/Classroom Aide - The Teacher/Aide needed to provide quality art curriculum and academic support to ADHD campers. Develop and conduct daily art lessons for children ages 6-10. Assist special education teacher with behavior management and implementation of lesson plans in classroom and computer lab settings. May work with students on an individual basis as needed. High School graduate with 1-year college coursework in a social science or education field required. Volunteer or work experience with youth ages 6-10. Experience with a variety of art media. Ability to work with a diverse population handling all situations with professionalism, tact and diplomacy.
  • Counselors - Ten Counselors to provide a fun and engaging summer camp experience for children and implement behavioral treatment protocols in accordance with the STP manual. Prior experience with basic rules of softball, soccer and basketball; time management and communication skills; maintain working relationships and high degree of professionalism and confidentiality. High School graduate with 1-year of college coursework in a social science or education field required. Volunteer or work experience with youth. Coaching youth sports experience preferred.

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: Feb 19, 2020