Physician Assistant
OH, Cincinnati
Posted on 11/9/2023
Cityblock Health

501-1,000 employees

Tech-driven healthcare provider
Company Overview
Cityblock's mission is to improve the health of underserved communities by creating solutions that are designed specifically for Medicaid and lower-income Medicare beneficiaries. The company delivers better care to where it’s needed most, investing upstream in highly personalized, prevention-oriented health and social care to ultimately drive down costs and improve outcomes.

Company Stage

Series D

Total Funding





Brooklyn, New York

Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth

Cincinnati, OH, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Medical, Clinical & Veterinary
  • Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant with an unrestricted, active license to practice in the state of Ohio
  • AANC or AANP certification for Nurse Practitioners
  • Active DEA Controlled Substance Registration or eligible for application
  • Certified in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
  • Maintenance of professional credentialing and CME standards
  • Experience providing clinical services to individuals with chronic medical and behavioral health conditions
  • Proficiency in clinical nursing skills such as wound assessment and care, blood drawing, assessment and care plan reinforcement for common chronic conditions
  • Adaptable, organized, efficient, independent self-starter and problem-solver
  • Excitement about technology and its role in improving care
  • Proficient experience using and navigating an EMR
  • Co-manage a panel of members to improve their health holistically through longitudinal primary care, care management, and care coordination
  • Provide comprehensive care management, chronic disease management, urgent home-based and community-based primary care visits, preventative care and wellness, liaison with relevant other providers around behavioral health and long term service and support needs, and the provision of palliative care
  • Perform episodic urgent medical/behavioral health visits and/or telephone calls for members on your panel
  • Conduct home visits, including scheduled and unscheduled urgent member needs
  • Perform post-discharge visits for your panel within 48 hours of discharge from either an acute care facility or skilled nursing facility
  • Assess cases presented by your Care team and prioritize member needs
  • Interface with specialists, hospitals, and community-based organizations to facilitate collaboration
  • Monitor and address clinical quality gaps in care
  • Utilize care facilitation platform and EMR to collect data, document member interactions, track tasks, and communicate with team and community resources
  • Assist with the development, refinement, and enhancement of clinical programs, initiatives, processes, policies, workflows, and projects
  • Attend team huddles and case conferences to advise on physical health needs and establish health goals