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Please apply below for any of the above mentioned positions. INHSS continues to grow & we are always looking for qualified team members.

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Traveling Audiologist

In-House Senior Services is a leading provider of mobile, on-site healthcare services at Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Currently contracted for audiology services at over 175 facilities across Minnesota. Our exceptional growth has created a need for a full-time or part-time traveling audiologist (CF-A. or minimum of 2 years audiology experience is preferred).

Think of this as an exceptional opportunity to deliver community-based care directly to those who need it the most all over Minnesota. You will provide the personalized care, In-House will provide everything else, including:

  • Immediate patient base

  • Patient scheduling

  • Audiological equipment

  • Patient medical records

  • Medical billing and collections

  • Company car or vehicle allowance

** Patients are seen in a designated treatment room located within the facilities

We recently opened our first multi-specialty practice in Richfield, MN, on December 20th, 2018, which includes Audiology, Optometry, and Podiatry. With the opening of the Woodlake Specialty Clinic, each Audiologist will also have 1-2 days in clinic to see patients.

 Responsibilities

  • Providing on-site diagnostic testing, hearing aid services, and cerumen management.

  • Maintaining clinical records as specified by the company using state-of-the-art EMR system.

  • Performing all services and duties in a manner consistent with company policies, procedures, processes, and quality standards.

  • Recognizing and responding to needs and age-specific parameters of older adults.

  • For full-time audiologists, provide on-site services four days a week with one day for office work at the clinic; including, but not limited to, hearing aid repairs, hearing aid orders, medical referrals, patient/family follow-calls, and sales calls.

  • Overnight travel to visit more remote facilities once per month.

  • Perform other duties as assigned per company needs.

Requirements

  • Audiology background with proficiency in diagnostic evaluation of hearing, rehabilitation services for auditory problems, and dispensing hearing aids.

  • Appropriate state licensure in Audiology. MA-Audiology at a minimum.

  • Entrepreneurial, self-starter attitude.

  • Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills.

  • Basic computer skills.

  • Valid driver’s license.

** No evenings or weekends required.

Traveling Optometrist

In-House Senior Services is a leading provider of mobile, on-site healthcare services at long-term and skilled nursing facilities. Our exceptional growth has created an immediate need for more traveling, independent contractors of optometry services.

Think of this as an exceptional opportunity to launch a new practice or expand a current one. You will provide the personalized care, In-House will provide everything else, including:

  • Patient scheduling.

  • Medical records and patient files maintenance.

  • Medical coding, billing and collections.

  • Company car or a mileage allowance.

  • Portable equipment and supplies, including scrubs, GPS unit, cell phone, etc.

  • Trained medical assistant.

In short, In-House offers you a turnkey optometry practice with NO investment and none of the challenges of running a business. There are NO offices to lease, NO equipment to purchase, NO inventory costs and NO personnel issues to deal with. Without all the trappings of running an optometry practice, your net income will be high above the level for the standard in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.

Responsibilities

You will spend your time caring for patients, not managing a practice. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Providing off-site testing, diagnostic services and recommendations.

  • Administering patient’s optical healthcare and patient education.

  • Maintaining clinical records and charts as specified by the company.

  • Performing all services and duties in a manner consistent with company policies, procedures, processes, and quality standards.

  • Recognizing and responding to needs and age-specific parameters of older adults. 

Requirements

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Licensure in Optometry for appropriate state– we can assist with the process if necessary.

  • Entrepreneurial, self-starter attitude.

  • Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills.

  • Basic computer skills.

  • Valid driver’s license.

Traveling Podiatrist

In-House Senior Services is a leading provider of mobile, on-site healthcare services at long-term and skilled nursing facilities. Our exceptional growth has created a need for a traveling, independent contractor of podiatry services.

Think of this as an exceptional opportunity to launch a new practice or expand a current one. You will provide the personalized care, In-House will provide everything else, including:

  • Patient scheduling.

  • Medical records and patient files maintenance.

  • Medical coding, billing and collections.

  • Company car or a mileage allowance.

  • Portable equipment and supplies, including scrubs, GPS unit, cell phone, etc.

  • Trained medical assistant. 

In short, In-House offers you a turnkey podiatry practice with NO investment and none of the challenges of running a business. There are NO offices to lease, NO equipment to purchase, NO inventory costs and NO personnel issues to deal with. Without all the trappings of running a podiatry practice, your net income will be high above the level for the standard in Indiana and Ohio. 

Responsibilities

You will spend your time caring for patients, not managing a practice. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Providing off-site testing, diagnostic services and recommendations.

  • Administering patient’s podiatric healthcare and patient education.

  • Maintaining clinical records and charts as specified by the company.

  • Performing all services and duties in a manner consistent with company policies, procedures, processes, and quality standards.

  • Recognizing and responding to needs and age-specific parameters of older adults.

Requirements

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Licensure in Podiatry for appropriate state– we can assist with process if necessary.

  • Entrepreneurial, self-starter attitude.

  • Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills.

  • Basic computer skills.

  • Valid driver’s license.