Looking for a challenging and rewarding practice opportunity? Look no further!
Our employed positions offer a stable work environment, excellent work-life balance, competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package (i.e. loan reimbursement program, relocation assistance, signing bonus and more).
- Must have a current medical license to practice in the State of California or have applied for a California medical license.
- Must provide evidence of current DEA registration and must be CPR certified.
- Must be insurable for liability coverage as an administrative physician through FTCA.
- One year minimum experience in clinic setting is recommended.
- Board Certified or Board Eligible recommended.
Job Summary: (Complete summary upon request)
- Develops trust and teamwork with staff and patients.
- Assists in the Delegation of Services with Mid-Level Practitioners within the similar field of medical training in accordance with the guidelines of the individual agreements between Physician and Mid-Level Practitioner.
- Provides wellness care for children and adults, including screening, immunizations and testing.
- Teaches health promotion, wellness and disease prevention.
- Diagnose and, in partnership with the patient, manage acute and chronic health conditions.
- Orders, conducts and interprets diagnostic studies and laboratory tests.
- Prescribes medication.
- Provide primary health care services to patients emphasizing health promotion and disease prevention.
- Participate in the development of the organizational plan for medical operation addressing efficient use of personnel, staffing patterns, and patient scheduling.
- Participate in provider meetings.
- Adhere to mandated State and Federal regulations as a FQHC provider and monitors that the department also complies.
- Communicates openly and consistently with Supervisor(s) and all staff.
- Maintains strictest confidentiality.
- Work 40 hours per week.
- Working knowledge of the social and cultural factors associated with the community’s social & health care services.
- Ability to understand patient attitudes and needs. Develop and orient program goals and concepts accordingly, and work effectively toward accomplishment with all staff members.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, officials, the public, patients, other private organizational representatives, health care personnel and community groups.
- Ability to work under pressure and high stress, maintain personal composure, evaluate situations and act/react appropriately and use tact when dealing with visitors, patients and difficult situations.
Let’s make a difference together to enrich and make a positive impact in the lives of the people who would otherwise go without care!