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Chief Medical Officer


Indianapolis, IN

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Overview: The Jane Pauley Community Health Center, Inc. (JPCHC) - a thriving, growth-oriented Federally Qualified Healthcare Center with 14 facilities across central Indiana – is seeking progressive, mission-driven physician leaders to compete to become their next Chief Medical Officer. The new CMO will join a team that is a leader in compassionate, integrated care. JPCHC’s mission is to promote a healthy community through the provision of accessible, respectful, and integrated healthcare with local partners to serve all individuals and families, regardless of insurance status. Come join their mission!

Home-based in Indianapolis, Indiana, The Jane Pauley Community Health Center ( ) is a $34M non-profit system of primary care clinics currently providing treatment in family medicine, pediatric medicine, OB/GYN, dentistry and behavioral healthcare. Patients and their families are supported by trained and certified staff though JPCHC’s Health and Outreach Advocates. Continued expansion of telehealth is part of their future. Optometry and other service lines that meet community needs and the highest standards of quality while being financially sustainable are being explored, as well. The Center’s staff of 240 delivers over 100,000 visits to about 26,000 patients per year.

JPCHC is an industry leader in providing educational and training opportunities for emerging medical professionals including a specialty track in under-served populations for family medicine residents in collaboration with Community Health Network. Limited opportunities are also offered for Nurse Practitioner students in both Psychiatric Mental Health and Family Medicine disciplines through affiliations with the University of Indianapolis, Ball State University, and Indiana Wesleyan University.


Location: Adding to the allure of this professional opportunity is its location in the Indianapolis, Indiana metro area. The 12th largest city in the nation and the capital of Indiana, the Circle City is the center of America’s heartland. The Hoosier capital consistently ranks as one of the cleanest and safest cities of the nation and offers a delightful mix of lifestyles and amenities. From arts and entertainment to sports and recreation, “Indy” and the surrounding region offer limitless options.


Families have many housing choices - from established neighborhoods to new construction developments. Whether you prefer the urban energy of downtown life; have animals and love the country; or want to live next to a golf course, on the river, or near shopping and business, there is a home waiting for you. A diverse economic base and a competitive cost of living make this area a stable and affordable family environment. And, for families with children, the area offers a wide range of world class education alternatives. An appealing blend of big-city amenities, cosmopolitan style, and communities boasting top notch school systems, the Indianapolis area is consistently ranked nationally among the best places to live. Indiana also maintains its place as one of the top 5 provider friendly states.


The Opportunity: The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) provides medical leadership and administrative oversight of all JPCHC service lines. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the CMO is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and contributes to the organization’s strategic development. The CMO supervises the medical provider staff and collaborates with the COO on clinical operations. In support of JPCHC’s nurse practitioner model, the CMO maintains or assures formal collaboration agreements with the organization’s Advance Practice Nurses and is actively involved in the recruitment, selection, and review of credentials of qualified physicians, APRNs and other clinical staff as needed. The Chief Medical Officer is integrally involved in ensuring quality patient care and participates in quality improvement initiatives.


Education and/or Experience:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university accredited by the American Medical Association with a Doctor of Medicine (DO/MD).

  • Successful completion of an approved program of residency training in family practice, internal medicine or pediatrics is preferred.

  • 3-5 years of Primary Care practice experience is required, Family Practice preferred

  • 2-5 years of administrative or supervisory experience in ambulatory or public health preferred.

  • Board Certification is preferred

  • Strongly preferred experience and knowledge in Population Health Practice.

  • EPIC experience preferred.


Compensation:  We offer competitive salaries, no after-hours/on-call responsibilities, sign-on bonus, loan repayment through the National Health Service Corps, and excellent benefits with paid continuing medical education.

To join an organization that cares, please contact:

Dr. Stuart I. Meyers, MBA, EdD

President, The Meyers Group

Executive Search Consultants

(301) 625-5600 X 1

Ronald W. Morton, MPA, CBHE

Vice President, The Meyers Group

Executive Search Consultants

(301) 625-5600 X 2

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