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OBGYN Physician

Blackfoot, ID 83221

Job Type: Physician Job Number: CMM5122017

Job Description

Seeking experienced OBGYN candidates for a community health clinic in Idaho

Hiring during COVID-19

The ideal candidate will be Bilingual in English and Spanish. Must be board certified OBGYN with experience working independently.

 

Job Summary:

Provides high-quality, patient-centered health care to women requiring obstetrical and/or gynecological services. Provides leadership that promotes a culture of safety, quality, cooperation, advocacy and collaboration helping to implement programs, workflows and quality measures. Acts as a champion for programs such as Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and other programs required in a successful community health center. Provides clinical supervision for nurse practitioners and/or physician assistants performing GYN care. Provides supervision for medical residents and/or other healthcare students who may be rotating in the clinic. 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Provides high quality patient care. Care must be provided within the FTCA scope of services. Utilizes sound clinical judgement and problem-solving skills to address patient care problems
  • Promotes a culture of safety and quality within worksites including promoting cooperation, problem-solving, and maintaining standards of practice as described in the center's policies
  • Fosters a spirit of collaboration, education and cooperation amongst the medical staff including direct supervision of nurse practitioners and physician assistants (in accord with State Boards of Nursing and Medicine regulations) as needed, consultation with medical colleagues as requested, including other clinicians and maintains flexibility to meet schedule and patient needs
  • Strives to meet the health care needs of our community and advocating for high-quality health care for all, with particular focus on care for the underserved
  • Maintains a work schedule as assigned by the Chief Medical Officer including on-call coverage (for physicians with hospital duties) as assigned and participates in education sessions or medical staff meetings as required
  • Maintains hospital privileges in good standing at the local hospital
  • Maintains ALSO certification
  • Works closely with the Clinic Administrator and Team Leads of the clinic(s) to assist in establishing proper clinical activities and quality measurements. Clinical activities include, but are not limited to, Patient Centered Medical Home, Meaningful Use requirements, and activities required for reporting to the federal government
  • Supports the Director of Quality, the Director of Behavioral Health, the Chief Operations Officer, and other personnel as they implement workflows and other processes aimed at improving nursing, reception, behavioral health, prescription assistance, and outreach care
  • Notes areas of medical deficiency within the clinic(s) and suggests ways to make improvements
  • Is a positive team player, helping to maximize the good of the team
  • Provides supervision to medical residents in the clinic as needed

 

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