Tennessee Orthopedic Clinics offers competitive pay as well as many other benefits:

  • Paid Time Off (which increases with years of service)
  • 401k with Company Match
  • Profit sharing
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Paid Holidays
  • Employee and Dependent Life Insurance
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • And more!
Our mission is to provide quality orthopedic care, with a focus on individual needs, positive outcomes and superior patient satisfaction.

Below is a list of common job opportunities within our practice. For current listings, please check our Facebook page for resume submission.

Central Business Office

Patient Care Liaison

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This is a full time position scheduling for our very busy sub specialty orthopedic practice. Great communication and customer service skills are a must! Previous NextGen and Radix programs a plus.


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This position assists patients with insurance questions as well as collects co pays and set up of payment plans.

Patient Account Representative

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This position is responsible for filling insurance claims, working accounts receivable and corresponding with private and federal insurance payers.


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Our Pre Cert department is responsible for authorizing diagnostic testing outpatient/in-house MRIs, office injections and other procedures as required. Some scheduling required.


Front Office Coordinator

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TOC Coordinators welcome all of our patients upon entering our clinics. They are also responsible for checking in and out patients for physician appointments. Our front desk team also verifies patients demographics, insurance and co-pay amounts at time of visit.

Medical Assistant

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Medical assistants work closely with our orthopedic physicians to offer the best experience for the patient. They will room the patient, assist the physician with procedures, schedule patient labs and other diagnostic testing, draw up injections, apply and remove casts and prepare rooms for other patients.

Radiology Tech

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This position must be licensed and have an ARRT certification. Rad techs prepare patients for radiological procedures, ensure all equipment is working and reports malfunctions to a supervisor, assists with surgical packet completion and completes medical records requests.

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