Join Our Team

Adagio Health is looking for skilled professionals and volunteers to join its healthcare team. Adagio Health commits that employment opportunities shall be open to qualified candidates. Employment shall be based solely upon the qualifications and competence of the individual and the needs of the Adagio Health, without restriction or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, financial ability, marital status, disability, political affiliation, veteran’s status, ethnic background, citizenship, national origin, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

Current Openings

To apply for any of the open positions, please email a resume and cover letter to Yolanda Belli at

  • Initiates, assigns, and leads hands-on nutrition education to all Tracks in the Power Up program.
  • Works in coordination with the Supervisor for the management of day-to-day operations of the Power Up Nutrition Education Program.
  • Completes reports and documentation as required by the SNAP-Ed grant.
  • Ensures nutrition education delivery is following AND standards, program guidance, and USDA guidelines.
  • Works in coordination with Supervisor to ensure effective communication.
  • Develops interactive nutrition education materials for the Power Up program.
  • Ensures preparation and distribution of all nutrition education and other program materials is completed in a timely manner.
  • Works with Tracks staff in all program events.
  • Works in coordination with Supervisor to monitor quality assurance parameters for SNAP and the office.
  • Assists in the planning, development and implementation of future partners, seeks opportunities for PSE activities to build healthy communities.
  • Provides high quality customer service and marketing interventions and coordinates these activities with other Adagio Health initiatives as appropriate
  • Works with other Power Up offices to share ideas monthly for the common goal.
  • Works as a lead team member with the local Tracks staff planning, coordinating, scheduling, and maintaining contact information.
  • Works in any Nutrition Services program as needed.
  • Assists Supervisor to plan, purchase and execute healthy food tastings using proper food safety techniques.
  • Trains teachers and site staff on integration of nutrition education into their classrooms and educational spaces.
  • Performs other duties as assigned
  • Ability to work well in a group.
  • Ability to multi-task.
  • Ability to manage time effectively.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Strong interest and knowledge of nutrition and the Dietary Guidelines.
  • Ability to take the lead and successful lead a class.
  • Ability to coordinate with the Supervisor and partners to schedule programming.
  • Ability to represent the agency in a professional and ethical manner.
  • Strong public speaking skills.
  • Ability to work with the public, education professionals, teachers, principals, and the low-income population.
  • Ability to respond to changing situations in a flexible manner in order to meet the program goals.
  • Willingness to participate in meetings and trainings in order to continually develop skills.
  • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds. Packs and delivers all educational materials to sites on a daily basis.
  • Ability to work afterschool/weekend programs.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Series.

  • BS degree in nutrition/dietetics or BS in a related field
  • 2 years of program experience.
  • Must pass PA criminal background check, FBI clearances, and child abuse clearances.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a desire to: develop, provide and evaluate nutrition education programming.
  • Experience in children’s nutrition education in a school setting and in public health are desirable.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a reliable car.
  • Travel is required on a regular basis.
  • Local travel is required on a regular basis.
  • Evening/after-school and occasional weekend hours as needed
Reports to:


Role Summary/Purpose:

The Medical Director reports to the Chief Financial Operations Officer and is responsible for assuring the clinical effectiveness of Adagio Health Inc. As Medical Director, you will work closely with the Director of Practice Operations, Nurse Practitioner Clinical Manager, Directors of other Adagio Programs, Clinical Operations staff and our Senior Leadership team.   The Medical Director will also participate in policy development, strategic planning and will serve as a resource to colleagues across the organization.  The Medical Director will have a strong commitment to Adagio Health’s mission statement and you will serve as an example of leadership, integrity and character to all staff maintaining a commitment to servant leadership

This role does not supervise/manage other employees. 

Essential Responsibilities:
  • Serve as Lab Director for Adagio Health DAS sites demonstrating an understanding of CLIA-waived tests, surveilling lab licenses, certificates and requirements, patient care implications, general lab management.
  • Regularly and periodically, review policy and procedures manual and update annually to maintain compliance with regulatory agencies and institutional bodies such as (CDC, MED, ACOG, ASCCP, AIUM and AWHONN).
  • Thorough understanding of Quality Family Planning (QFP) tool and the Family Planning National Training Center (FPNTC) training and education modules to understand how this care is delivered at AH sites.
  • Understand complexity of prenatal sites and surveille routine prenatal care labs and screening tests, educate staff on risk factors and initiate preventive care measures.
  • Develop an audit process for Adagio Health prenatal sites to include laboratory tests, history and physical, management of diagnostic testing and care.
  • Understanding of use and scope of practice for nurse practitioners, their collaborating physicians and supporting them in that role to include the hiring process, regular clinical support, introduction of new processes and for continuing education.
  • Demonstrates a mastery of health utilization standards using a creative and calculated pre-analytic, analytic and post-analytic mindset:
    • Provide an independent, unbiased determination of medical necessity beginning with an initial clinical review, then moving to a peer clinical review if needed,
    • Uses evidence-based treatment guidelines to enhance the quality and effectiveness of patient care while eliminating excessive treatment and expense,
    • Adheres to time frames outlined in the standards for urgent and non-urgent review determinations,
    • Understands and adheres to applicable state and federal regulations,
    • Employs drug utilization management mechanisms to address therapeutic appropriateness, over and underutilization, dosage, duration of treatment, duplication, drug allergies, and more,
    • Is prepared to address any risk to patient safety, such as contraindicated treatments, adverse drug interactions, or inappropriate treatment, during the review process,
  • Well versed with the priority of the utilization contract and be available for troubleshooting and oversight of any complicated cases, questions, required forms or problem solving with the NP Clinical Manager, providers and member services assistant, who are well-versed on program requirements.
Required Qualifications:
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in active clinical practice.
  • Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy from an accredited school.
  • Unrestricted License in Pennsylvania.
  • Post residency clinical experience.
  • Ability to implement medical policies, and to enforce those policies through appropriate action.
  • Ability to maintain effective professional liaison with all levels of executive and medical staff, including professional and institutional providers of care.
  • Ability to implement programs of quality care analysis, peer review, and professional education
  • Travel is required for role (regional travel). 

Licensure, Certification, and Clearances:
  • Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal.
  • Medical Doctor.


Seneca, PA

Nurse Practitioner Clinical Manager

  • Obtains and records complete health history for female and male clients, including gynecological/ genitourinary, contraceptive, medical, surgical, pregnancy/pregnancies fathered, sexual, social, and family health histories.
  • Performs appropriate screening physical examination for both men and women with special emphasis on the reproductive system, including female breast and pelvic examination, male genital exam, obtaining specimens for STD screening, cytology, vaginal smears and other types of specimens as indicated.
  • Performs, orders and interprets results of routine laboratory tests, and consults with collaborating physician as needed.
  • Develops and implements treatment plans, taking into consideration the patient’s goals of care and current conditions.
  • Provides education and counseling in areas of health maintenance and reproductive health care, such as nutrition, exercise, genetics, sexuality, adolescent health, childbearing, menopause, and tobacco, alcohol and substance use for both men and women.
  • Provides assessment, education and management for comprehensive family planning care, including contraception, preconception health, basic infertility, achieving pregnancy, pregnancy testing and counseling, and sexually transmitted diseases consistent with quality family planning standards.
  • Provides assessment and clinical management of men with genital concerns and women having minor gynecological and contraceptive problems as per Adagio Health clinical policies and standards.
  • Performs procedures such as IUD insertion and removal and implant insertion and removal, and others as trained. 
  • Perform colposcopy if a certified colposcopist.
  • Provides ambulatory prenatal and postpartum care for women with uncomplicated pregnancies (at certain locations); provide postpartum visits, post pregnancy termination or post miscarriage visits at all locations.
  • Collaborates with other health care professionals in providing comprehensive care.
  • Provides referrals as needed to other health and social services in the community, especially to connect patients with primary care providers.
  • Collaborates with Office Manager in the training and evaluation of the office staff.
  • Provides input into the development and review of clinical policies and standards for family planning and prenatal care as needed or requested.
  • Precepts nurse practitioner, physician assistant and medical students and medical residents as needed.
  • Maintains patient medical records and medical documentation consistent with federal and state regulations and Adagio Health standards and policy through our EMR system.
  • Prescribes medications as credentialed by the State Board of Nursing.
  • Meets regularly with the collaborating physician to review cases and documents such reviews.
  • Participates in community outreach and education events.
  • Travels to other offices as needed to fill in for nurse practitioners.
  • Participates in Adagio Health work groups, committees and meetings.
  • Other related duties as deemed necessary.

  • Successful completion of an accredited nurse practitioner. 
  • Pennsylvania RN and NP licensure, and certification in relevant specialty required.
  • Ability to travel.

  • Master’s Degree or DNP preferred. 
  • Family Planning experience preferred. 
  • Provides pre-examination education and counseling as trained and in accordance with medical standards.
  • Provides post examination counseling, fee collection, and/or reinforce counseling in accordance with medical standards.
  • Provides specialized counseling/education as needed.
  • Collaborates with clinician and coordinates referrals to other health and social services in the community.
  • Performs tasks that are necessary at the medical office level to support third party billing and accounts receivable.
  • Maintains clinical inventory, equipment and facilities.
  • Answering phone, greeting patients, scheduling appointments and organizing patient flow.
  • Maintains patient charts and other filing systems both electronically and on paper.
  • Perform clinic procedures and laboratory tests according to policy and procedure. Assist physicians with procedures. Document accurate information into patients’ medical records.
  • Properly prepare lab specimens for pickup by courier or for shipping.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality related to medical records and all patient-related data, in compliance with HIPAA and Title X regulations.
  • Verify insurance coverage and patient demographics.
  • Prepare patient rooms, set up instruments and equipment according to department protocol. Clean exam/procedure rooms, instruments and equipment between patient visits to maintain infection control.
  • Send/receive patient medical records in accordance with Health Insurance. Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other state and federal regulations.
  • Obtain lab/x-ray reports, hospital notes, referral information, etc.
  • Give injections, perform phlebotomy and finger sticks.
  • Follow all Adagio Health policies and procedures.Communicating issues and suggesting resolutions appropriately to management
  • Other duties as assigned, including traveling to other offices and participating in outreach activities.

  • 1 year minimum Medical Assistant experience in a medical practice setting
  • Successful completion of an accredited Medical Assistant training program
  • Certified Medical Assistant.
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast paced work environment
  • Knowledge in front & back office procedures
  • Display excellent customer service skills
  • Need to work as a team member or independently
  • Experience with EMR systems
  • Local travel required.

  • 2 year degree, Medical Assisting is highly preferred
  • 2 years Medical Assistant experience in a medical practice setting