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Acadiana Management Group is looking for a Corporate Healthcare Paralegal. The primary responsibilities will be to support and provide paralegal services to the company’s Corporate Legal Department. Will work under the direction of the In-House Counsel as part of a cross-function team of legal department, contractual, litigation, compliance, licensure teams and departments. Performs all paralegal duties assigned and supervised by In-House Counsel in connection with healthcare-related issues. Assists and supports attorneys on health care matters. Under the supervision of In-House Counsel, drafts and prepares agreements, amendments, termination letters, correspondence and memos as necessary/applicable to Hospital contracts. Consults with other departments and hospitals. Manages and updates files in an electronic database, performs on-line database searches, interacts with corporate and hospital staff, as necessary.

For Full-Time employees, a comprehensive package is offered including competitive pay, direct deposit, medical insurance, dental insurance, long term disability insurance, life insurance, AD&D insurance, vision insurance, multiple voluntary insurance options, paid holidays, paid vacation time, paid sick time, optional credit union membership, cellular discount options, and 401(k) retirement plan with company contribution.

Job Duties/Responsibilities

  • Will assist in the Legal and Contract departments
  • Prepare contractual documents such as contracts, letters, opinions and modifications under attorney supervision
  • Perform Contract filing and administer electronic filing and system organization
  • Assist in the contract review and drafting processes
  • Maintaining oversight in the contracting process
  • Some experience and exposure to malpractice litigation
  • Assist in Secretary of state filings
  • Contact licensing agencies, internal & external personnel, and any/all other parties necessary to complete licensing applications & renewals in accordance with licensing agency requirements. Document licensing updates; report status updates to management; provide recommendations to resolve or correct any issues identified by the licensing/renewal process.
  • Must have good organizational skills and strong multi-tasking ability
  • Coordinate with cross-functional teams for the completion of contracting activities
  • Update and maintain status reporting tools on various contracting projects in process


  1. At least 2 years of experience in health care law, commercial transactions, healthcare licensure and medical malpractice litigation or related fields
  2. Must hold a current Paralegal certification from an ABA-approved paralegal program and a minimum four years of experience in a law firm or corporate law department (OR a Bachelor or Associate level degree and five years of paralegal or comparable experience in a law firm or corporate law department)
  3. Notary Public a plus
  4. Required: Knowledge of healthcare/Hospital contracts and transactional legal work, licensure processes, ability to conduct legal research, some experience with medical malpractice litigation.
    • Excellent drafting, editing, and proof-reading skills, including legal writing, grammar, spelling and composition.
    • Excellent analytical, research, and written and verbal advocacy skills with experience executing in time-sensitive conditions
    • Proficiency in computer and word processing skills in recent and current versions of Microsoft Office Programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat and Windows.
    • Ability to learn and actively use the Legal Department’s matter management system software.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including communication in a clear, concise and practical manner.
    • Excellent drafting, editing, and proof-reading skills, including legal writing, grammar, spelling and composition.
    • Manage, organize and perform a variety of activities simultaneously (i.e., multi-task), while maintaining accurate and complete records and files.
    • To demonstrate the judgment and maturity required to handle a crisis or difficult situations ensuring that appropriate decisions are made and essential people are contacted in a timely manner to manage the crisis or situation.
    • To strictly maintain the confidentiality of all privileged and other confidential, proprietary or non-public information that the Paralegal may come across in the course of performing his/her duties.

About Us

Acadiana Management Group (AMG) was founded in 1999 and is a privately-owned provider of post-acute health care services, with 9 post-acute care hospitals, 2 rehab hospitals, and over 1,000 employees. Accounting, billing, credentialing, IT, operational support, human resources, and payroll services are provided to our hospital facilities by AMG. Learn more about the quality services we provide by visiting our website at

Acadiana Management Group (AMG) is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Category: Legal
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Location: LA-Lafayette
Facility Type: Corporate

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