**Women's Health opening in California**
Located in San Rafael, CA - 28 miles to San Francisco, CA
Full-time, permanent position.
Proficiency in medical Spanish highly preferred but not required.
Must have at least one year of experience practicing Gynecology/Primary Care post-licensure.
Womens Health primary care practitioner is responsible for providing reproductive and specialty Womens Health Care to Community Clinic patients. The provider will also work collaboratively with the primary care team, with a flexible schedule based on clinic needs. The provider ideally has prior experience and the ability to add clinical skills and expand scope of practice as required by the clinic. The practitioner must be interested in learning from the Gynecologic physicians and providers and work closely with them. The provider will participate in disseminating new knowledge, guidelines, or information to non-Womens Health providers in conjunction with the clinic Gynecology physicians.
Provide direct patient care for reproductive and Womens Health patients.
Performs mix of both Womens Health and Primary Care across a womans lifespan.
Appropriately refer patients to MCC Gynecology physicians and/or other outside specialists.
Collaborate with non-Womens Health providers in a consultation and educational capacity.
Communicate with patients PCP providers if non-reproductive health concerns are identified.
Communicate and coordinate with the Behavioral Health Team for patients requiring BH services.
Communicate with staff RNs in the dissemination and follow up of abnormal patient results and any required reporting to the county.
Properly input relevant medical history and follow up plans into EHR as it pertains to reproductive health.
Participate in Quality Improvement projects as it pertains to Womens Health, such as cervical cancer, breast cancer, STI screening requirements.
Participate in audits and other required functions as assigned by the Gynecology Lead Physician in regards to Title X grant, Essential Access, CDP and Every Woman Counts programs.
Participate in the bi-monthly Womens Health meetings.
Attend continuing medical education activities within the field to stay abreast of new treatment options, guidelines, and current practice.
Board Certified/Eligible in Gynecology, Internal Medicine, or Family Practice OR Active Physicians Assistant or Advanced Practice Nurse certification.
A valid and unrestricted license issued by the Nursing Board of California or Physicians Assistant Board of California to practice medicine.
One year of experience practicing Gynecology/Primary Care post-licensure.
Bilingual Spanish desired but not required
Willingness and ability to follow clinic policies, objectives and mission established by regulations, grants, management or the Board of Directors.
Proficiency in medical Spanish preferred.
A valid and unrestricted license issued by the Medical Board of California to practice medicine OR a current registration issued by the DEA allowing the prescription of drugs.
Current BLS certification.