Coordinator of Clinic Services
Muscular Dystrophy Association - Tucson, AZ

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Job Description

As a member of the Health Care Services Department team at MDA’s national headquarters, this position works to advance and administer all components of the Association’s national outpatient clinic network. The position also works as part of a team to advance MDA’s efforts as they relate to the Association’s transitions, equipment assistance, and outreach programs.


Assist MDA district teams in understanding and applying the Association’s clinic program policies and procedure

Help advance quality improvement efforts relating to the Association’s clinic program

Work with MDA district teams and supervisor to process proposals for newly-established clinics and MDA/ALS Centers, as well as funding increases to existing clinic grants

Manage clinic databases and coordinate quarterly clinic grant payments

Implement annual clinic grant application renewal process

Assist MDA district teams in preparing for and reviewing annual budgets relating to clinic programs

Monitor clinic expenses through analysis of annual Clinic Program Summaries

Participation in MDA Clinical Advisory Committee monthly calls and annual meetings

Assist Director of Clinical Services as needed on matters relating to the Association’s national neuromuscular disease registry

Create and maintain clinic resources on MDA intranet, and assist with development of staff training materials relating to the Association’s clinic program

Work with internal public relations team to advance promotion of MDA’s clinic program

Assist with coordination of bi-annual MDA national clinical conference

Produce monthly Clinic Connect e-newsletter for MDA clinic team members

Review, process and distribute data from “Tell Us About Your MDA Clinic” online survey tool

Coordinate educational webinars

Assist with development and updating of clinic-related materials on

Develop systems and materials to acknowledge MDA clinic team members and clinic anniversaries


Assist with implementation of the Association’s Transitions Program, with an emphasis on health care transitions

Assist with implementation of MDA’s national medical equipment inventory program

Assist with responding to inquiries from the general public about MDA and its programs

Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements

Proficient in Microsoft Office, with accurate data entry skills and knowledge of Access and Power Point

Proficient written and oral communication skills

Ability to work independently as well as within a collaborative team culture

Ability to work in fast-paced environment and juggle multiple responsibilities/assignments simultaneously

Exemplary time management and organization skills; ability to meet deadlines and, when necessary, work within tight time frames

Experience working in medical facilities and/or healthcare delivery systems preferred's Advice

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The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is a not-for-profit health agency that supports research into more than 40 neuromuscular diseases,...