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Director of Clinical Services

Job Details

Statewide - Ohio
Full Time
4 Year Degree
$135,000.00 - $150,000.00 Salary/year
Up to 25%
Health Care


As a socially responsible health care employer and provider, we require our associates to show proof of annual influenza and COVID-19 vaccinations unless approved exemption is provided. 


Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio is seeking a full-time (37.5 Hours) mission-minded Director of Clinical Services. Must reside in Ohio prior to start date. 


Come make a big impact with a mission driven organization that believes deeply in providing accessible and equitable care for all people!




The Director of Clinical Services acts as an integral part of the clinical services team to suggest, review, and assist with the implementation of innovative service delivery from the clinical perspective with a focus on health equity, improved outcomes, and outstanding experience for PPGOH’s patients.  They will work closely with the VP of Clinical Services, Chief Medical Officer, and Operations leadership to ensure policies and operations comply with regulations and rules of regulating and accrediting bodies.  This role is responsible for driving collaboration and integration, conceptualizing, and managing high-priority strategic initiatives from the clinical perspective and ensuring our In This Together values are used to deliver high quality services.



  • Must have an active Ohio APRN license
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Basic Life Support (BLS) certification that is compliant with American Red Cross or American Heart Association is required
  • Maintenance of board certification and state licensure at all times is required
  • Must obtain and maintain a Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) license
  • Requires education commensurate with Ohio licensure requirements for practice as an APRN
  • Must have current Ohio nursing license, and certificate of authority
  • At least 1 year of previous experience providing patient care as an APRN
  • Willingness and ability to learn new skills appropriate to PPGOH clinical duties
  • Able to work cooperatively as a member of a health care delivery team




  • Plans, implements; monitors and evaluates medical service programs in coordination with Regional Lead Clinician(s), Regional Lead Practice Manager(s), Chief Medical Officer, and other department leaders as appropriate.
  • Provide supervision and guidance to the Lead Clinician(s)
  • Perform periodic site audits to assess standardization, efficiency and adherence to policies and procedures.
  • Facilitates the planning and development of new service offerings and clinical programs to ensure appropriate standards of care, policies, procedures and guidelines, affiliate compliance and PPFA alignment, and educational programming and training practices.
  • Maximizes and leverages resources, collaboration, and efficiency, and communicates in a manner that fosters understanding, commitment and results. Serve as a member of the various council/governance structures as deemed appropriate and attends internal meetings to create cross-departmental engagement with strategic initiatives.
  • Participate with the Leadership Team in strategic planning, goal setting, budgeting processes and coordination of services.
  • Works collaboratively with the strategy and transformation team and other partners to innovate service delivery from the clinical perspective for ensuring outstanding patient experience.
  • Research protocols and creates clinical policies in accordance with accreditation standards, MS&G’s, and best practices regarding new service implementation.
  • Monitors patient satisfaction scores and clinician feedback to determine educational needs that will ensure clinical readiness and confidence in providing new services.
  • Helps to resolve any medical-administrative problems and keeps lines of communication open with staff to ensure high levels of employee morale and a professional clinic atmosphere.
  • Ensures policies and operations comply with regulations and rules of regulating and accrediting bodies.
  • Continue to work in direct patient care 2-4 days monthly to maintain APRN licensure; this may be adjusted to accommodate changes in local, state, or national licensure requirements.
  • Job involves evening and weekend hours, early morning meetings, contact with hazardous materials, frequent interruptions, and may occasionally involve travel to multiple sites.  May require on-call status. Work takes place in a remote or clinic environment.



Responsible for the direct supervision of Regional Lead Clinicians



  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Medical 90% employer-paid base medical plans for single coverage
  • Dental
  • Vision 100% employer paid
  • Life Insurance 100% employer paid
  • Accidental Death & Disability 100% employer paid
  • Long Term/Short Term Disability 100% employer paid
  • 401(k) with matching employer contribution up to 4%
  • Nine (9) paid holidays per year
  • Two (2) paid floating holidays per year  



Planned Parenthood has served Ohioans with safe, accessible, and affordable health care for 100 years and welcomed more than 100,000 patient visits to our health centers in 2020. Every day, we fight to provide this care to everyone, no matter their income level, insurance status, zip code, color, creed, or country of origin.


As a mission-driven health care provider, Planned Parenthood is dedicated to ending health disparities and achieving health equity among all races. We work on all levels through our health centers, educational programming, and public policy to make the greatest impact on the communities we serve.


In order to become the leading organization for high quality reproductive health care, we continuously strive to create a supportive work environment that results in a positive experience for patients and associates alike. We find this support in our In This Together workplace values and service standards that bring associates together and foster an inclusive culture.


Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio (PPGOH) is an equal opportunity employer. We care for our business by ensuring that all of our decisions regarding the employment relationship, including the terms, conditions, and privileges of employment, are in accordance with our principles of equal opportunity.


As a matter of PPGOH policy we affirm that we respect and honor all people and we will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, military and veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.


In addition to the above commitments, PPGOH seeks to have employees that reflect the broad diversity of those that we serve and we encourage all who are ready to be In This Together to apply.