Care Coordinator in the

Integrated Clinical Consortium

Reporting to the Clinical Director in the local management team


  • Registered Nurse or other appropriate healthcare qualification
  • 5 years industry experience with a minimum of 2 or more of the following:
  • 3 or more years of clinical experience
  • Care Management or similar experience
  • Multidisciplinary team experience
  • BEE candidate may be an advantage


  • Windows literacy essential: Basic Excel, Word, Outlook


The Coordinator would play a key role in the integrated clinical consortium  which is designed to  be a structured, multidisciplinary group of clinicians taking joint responsibility for a funded, local population, by providing coordination services to the consortium.  The Coordinator would actively identifying and onboard patients into the consortium and other specialised projects.  They would facilitate the ongoing care of these patients in an appropriate care setting, in collaboration with the consortium multidisciplinary team, patient, family, local community services and medical schemes. This requires the building and maintaining of excellent relationship with providers and patients.

The successful candidate will be responsible for but not limited to

  • Perform health assessments on patients in order to identify individual patient risk factors
  • Perform interventions as pre-defined to influence individual patient risk
  • Monitor patient progress through ongoing patient interaction
  • Promote behavior change to ensure greater treatment compliance and condition management
  • Coordinate the integration of care including social services
  • Assist in navigating additional medical scheme benefits
  • Regular liaising and communication with the care team (Including physicians, hospital, family members, counselors and admin staff)
  • Assistance in the documentation of clinical information
  • Maintain relationships between external treating providers, the consortium’s multidisciplinary team and the local management team


  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to work closely within a multidisciplinary team
  • Balanced consistent decision making
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships
  • Passion for patient management
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently (self driver)
  • Drive to improve patient care
  • Ability to recognize boundaries and limitations


  • Valid drivers license and own transport
  • Should you be interested in applying or know someone who meet these minimum requirements, please submit our standard application form or a detailed C.V. to

Closing date for applications: Open until positions filled

Good luck!