Andrew M. Cordover, MD, MS
Orthopaedic SurgeonView Bio
Certified Medical Assistant
Our office is looking for a “rock star” medical assistant in our non-surgical physician department. Our ideal candidate would have some clinical experience, preferably in orthopeadics. This staff member will assist with patient care in a clinical setting. Responsibilities include scheduling/pre-certing tests, drawing up injections, answering medically related questions from incoming patients, coaches and other physicians. In addition, they will assist our surgeon with in-office procedures including ultrasound and fitting DME. The hours are Monday-Friday.
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Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)
Our office is currently seeking candidates for an Athletic Trainer position. Ideal candidate will have 1+ years of clinical experience, preferably in a sports medicine/ orthopedic office. This athletic trainer will work in a fast-paced, clinical setting and will be the liaison between the patient, the doctor or their support staffs, and the schools they cover. Strong communication skills are a must as AT will constantly communicate with patients, clinicians and other physicians on a daily basis.Click here to view more info/apply
Patient Service Liaison (Front Desk)
Our Birmingham office is currently seeking candidates for a Patient Service Liaison position. This position is part of our front desk/registration team. Must enjoy working with the public, insurance knowledgeable, computer savvy, mathematically inclined to handle cashier responsibilities and the most important role of being a TEAM PLAYER!!Click here to view more info/apply
Patient Account Representative (PAR)
Our practice is seeking a Patient Account Representative (PAR) in
our business office. This staff member is responsible for the coordination of accurate
patient and insurance billing and follow-up for timely recovery of surgical and
clinical charges for patient services rendered. This includes processing remit denials,
add referring doctors and resubmitting claims to Medicaid, filing claims to
secondary insurance, keying claims for secondaries to Medicaid and BCBS, work
reports (following up on status of claims, calling in corrections to Medicare)
take credit card payments, assist clinical staff by answering questions about
insurance companies to guarantee proper payment for our services, assist
patients with insurance questions, key corrections into system and other duties
R.T. Floyd ASMI Athletic Training Residency Program
About the Residency Program
The R.T. Floyd ASMI Athletic Training Residency Program was founded in 2021 as a pathway for certified athletic trainers to advance their skills, knowledge and experience within the physician practice setting of sports medicine and orthopaedics during a paid 12-month educational opportunity.
The residency program incorporates clinical, surgical and didactic experiences as well as a scholarly curriculum. Residents will rotate with surgical and non-surgical sports medicine physicians at the world-renowned Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center in Birmingham, Alabama. Residents will also work alongside countless allied health professionals including advanced practice providers (PAs/NPs), fellow athletic trainers, certified medical assistants, registered nurses, certified orthopaedic technologists, radiology technologists, physical therapists, licensed orthosis providers, and social workers to deliver world class patient care to all populations.
The residency program will nurture personal and professional development through opportunities involving direct patient care, personalized mentoring, skills lab training, professional conferences and research endeavors. At the completion of the residency program, the athletic trainer will be prepared to comfortably transition to a focused position in the hospital/orthopaedic practice setting or to continue their professional development with advanced certification programs.
- Applications will be accepted from December 1, 2022 through May 15, 2023.
- Interviews for the applicants will begin March 1, 2023 with an initial phone interview followed by a more in-depth virtual interview.
- The applicant selected for the residency will be notified early April 2023 and will be given 7 days to reply to the offer. The residency training will begin in late July or early August 2023
Marketing & PR Internship
Our practice has two (2) Marketing & PR internships available for the 2024 Summer (May-August) and 2024 Fall (August-December) semesters. We are currently accepting resumes for undergraduate and graduate students interesting in gaining experience in a fast-paced, high-volume sports medicine & orthopaedic practice.
If you are interested in applying for an internship, please submit your resume to email@example.com with “Marketing & PR Internship” in the subject line.
Qualifications: Seeking a BA/BS or MBA in communications, healthcare management, marketing, public relations, sport management or equivalent combination of experience and education.
- Passion for Marketing & PR
- Strong interpersonal skills and servant-minded, outgoing personality
- Strong computer skills with Word, Google platforms, Excel, etc...
- Experience in a medical office environment a plus
Our internship will provide hands-on experience in the following areas:
• Advertising (Print, Radio, TV)
• Clinic Operations/ Patient Experience
• Community Events/ Outreach
• Digital Marketing (Google Adwords, Reputation Management)
• E-Mail Marketing (Monthly E-Newsletters)
• Earned Media/ Publicity / Media Relations
• Event Management
• Graphic Design
• Photography & Video Production
• Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
• Strategic Planning
• Website Development/Maintenance
Student Observation Program
PLEASE NOTE: There is a very high demand for this program. We do our best to accommodate as many qualified applicants as possible.
Our practice routinely provides college students (and select high school students in health-related classes) who are interested in sports medicine & orthopaedics the opportunity to observe various departments within our organization. This program provides students with insight on the day-to-day activities of a high-volume sports medicine & orthopaedic practice.
Step #1: If you would like to be considered, the first step is to complete our online student observation request form. CLICK HERE to submit your online Student Observation request form.
Step #2: If you are accepted to participate in the Student Observation Program (SOP), you will be contacted by phone. At that point, you will instructed to download, print and complete the below SOP registration packet. You will need to bring the entire completed and signed registration packet with you on your assigned observation day.
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