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Physician (Family Medicine), Bandon, OR


Organization: Coast Community Health Center
Category: Physician
Location: Bandon, OR
Date Job Posted: December 10, 2019
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Position: Physician (Family Medicine)
Reports To: Chief Medical Officer (Medical Director)
Position Classification: Position is 1.0 FTE-Salary Exempt. Position requires 40 hours per week.

Job Summary: The physician is expected to operate in an integrated healthcare model in which addresses the healthcare needs of patients in our communities in a holistic approach. This position requires 34-­‐38 hours/week on site for patient care. Our healthcare team includes nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and behavioral health specialists and substance use disorder counselors, and wellness coaches.

Primary Duties

  • Provide complete, comprehensive, family-­‐oriented outpatient care for patients throughout the life cycle, including health examinations and treatment of medical conditions, to include follow-­‐up and referral on any health conditions which are appropriate treated by way of referral.
  • To manage acute and chronic illness, develop a plan of care, coordinate care and determine the need for care management.
  • Make appropriate referrals to both internal disciplines of the clinic and/or external agencies for additional services required.
  • Work closely with the Behavioral Health Specialist to provide continuity of care for the mental/behavioral health needs.
  • Provide clinic consultation and education to colleagues as needed.
  • Responsible for accurate, timely documentation in the patient’s medical record of patient contacts, case planning and plan of care. All documentation should occur in the patient’s electronic medical record.
  • Provide clear written and verbal communications to patient and staff, maintaining a culture of dignity and respect.
  • Participate in an on-­‐call system as needed (no hospital call).
  • Participate in various administrative/clinical staff meetings to include, but not be limited to, clinic meeting; general staff meetings, case conference/management, and/or administrative meetings as requested.
  • Participate in evaluation of performance levels, quality of service, productivity and future needs.
  • Communicate with other clinical, administrative, and outreach staff, and partner organization staff involved with each patient’s plan of care within the boundaries of HIPAA.
  • Become familiar with local agencies and build relationships so as to assure good communication and cooperation. Support and promote effective panel management and strategies that encourage continuity of care with patients assigned primary care provider.

Experience

  • Excellent communication skills and strength in exercising initiative, judgment, problem-solving, decision-making to resolve problems effectively. Demonstrated skills in developing and maintaining effective relationships in a team environment, with patients, and the public.
    Ability to anticipate and react calmly in emergency situations. Skill in planning, organizing, prioritizing, and supervising. Ability to analyze and interpret complex data. Excellent and effective written and verbal communication. Knowledge of fiscal management and human resource management techniques. Knowledge of computer systems and applications.
  • Understands the concepts of patient centered primary care home, knows quality improvement/quality assurance processes.

Qualifications

  • Medical Degree (MD or DO)
  • Current Active Oregon license in good standing
  • Board Certification (or eligibility) from the Appropriate Governing body/board
  • Current DEA license, CPR certification, Current CME
  • Clear record with the Board of Medical Examiners.
  • Clear record on the Office of Inspector General debarment list.
  • Proof of insurability required.

Skills

  • Ability to understand and operate necessary computer equipment and software programs. Must be able to receive, interpret and follow verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to speak a foreign language helpful, though not necessary.
  • Must be self-­‐motivated.
  • Interpersonal: frequent contact with employees, the public and patients requiring interviewing, good listening and communication skills.
  • Supervisory: moderate direct and indirect supervision.
  • Understands the mission of CCHC and can represent the values of the organization to patients, staff and the public.

Supervisory Relationships: Position provides oversight to the Physician Assistants, and provided direction to medical assistants, and may, upon request provide some supervision to medical staff, clinical and allied health staff, contracted medical professional services.

Travel Requirements: Position requires infrequent travel within local community, state and outside to attend required continuing education, clinical related conferences, association, state and federal meetings.

Competitive salary depending on experience and skill range.

Benefits

We provide a generous benefit program consisting of:

  • Personal paid time off
  • 7 paid holidays
  • Professional development (CME time off) and generous stipend
  • Multiple health insurance plan options with complimentary care benefits
  • Employer paid short/long term disability (STD/LTD) and life insurance with employee buy-up option
  • Simple IRA with employer match
  • Employee wellness program
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Loan Forgiveness
  • Relocation

To Apply

Send resume and salary requirements to human resources at jondal@coastcommunityhealth.org


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