Supervisor of Patient Registration

Work with hundreds of professionals who care about making healthcare better for patients as a Supervisor of Patient Registration in Southern Colorado!

For 50 years this acute care facility has served the community of Southwest Colorado, the center is both a Community Medical Center and Acute Care Facility and Critical Access, as well as a Level IV Trauma care facility in Archuleta County. The hospital board of directors, staff, and physicians work together to provide excellent, personal care to all residents and visitors. This hospital also provides its employees with opportunities for career advancement and personal growth.

The Medical Center includes a hospital, general and orthopedic surgery, 24/7 emergency department, general cardiology, gastroenterology, a cancer care center, first-responder emergency medical service, and a primary care center with walk-in availability 6 days a week. Located in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, the medical center campus also offers lab, pharmacy, radiology, mammography, and telemedicine technology.

The Supervisor of Patient Registration will report to the Quality Improvement and Risk Manager. As a supervisor, you will supervise patient registration specialists and work alongside nursing personnel on Triage and Throughput improvement projects.

As Supervisor of Patient Registration, this individual will manage the inpatient and outpatient registration functions and ensure the quality of that data. This means the Supervisor will work with Patient information, including insurance and financial compliance. Maintaining compliance with Medicaid and Medicare will be essential for managing pre-admissions, managed care and insurance availability. 

The Supervisor of Patient Registration will enjoy acres of surrounding national forest and wilderness areas. Nestled in southwest Colorado at the base of the Continental Divide, the region is one of the state’s last undiscovered gems. Known for its amazing hot springs, abundant sunshine and small-town feel, the region offers plenty of opportunities to soak up the scenery and enliven your spirit. In the summer, the list of outdoor activities is long. Hike, bike or go on a horseback ride along serene mountain trails to local waterfalls and breathtaking vistas. Raft, kayak or tube down the San Juan River, fish in a nearby stream or secluded lake, boat or water ski at the lake in nearby Navajo State Park or stroll around the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park. Lastly, the 27-hole golf course or 18-hole disc golf course will challenge golfers of all skill levels in stunning mountain settings.

In addition to a variety of employee perks, including primary care visit, medical center café, and phone plan discounts, the Supervisor of Patient Registration, will be offered a generous benefit package including Health insurance – medical, dental, vision, prescription, Life insurance, Retirement, and Paid Time Off.