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Family Medicine Opening in Roseburg, OR

Summit Recruiting Group

Last Updated: 7/15/22

Job Description

**Primary Care Job Opening in Roseburg, OR** Located 70 miles from Eugene **Summary:** - Lead medical home teams by providing the highest quality, best practice-based health care to eligible Clinic users. - Full-time, permanent position - FLSA Designation: Exempt - Work Schedule: 4 weeks on with 1 week off - Expectations to see 16-18 patients per day with virtual scribe - Work M-F 8-hour days with goal of charting to be completed by end of each day - No On-Call - Outpatient only - Base salary starting at: $250k - 10K Sign-on bonus paid out as follows: $5000 paid on first pay check, $5000 paid at completion of 6 months of employment. - 10K moving expense reimbursement with receipts (meals, lodging, mileage, and moving vehicle rental fees). If they should resign their position before 1 year then they would be required to repay this expense. - For each 5 years of employment they would receive a 5K bonus - Average patients per day: 15-18 - Current staff includes: 1 Internal Medicine Primary Care; 1 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner; 3 Family Nurse Practitioners; and 3 Registered Nurses **Benefits:** - Medical, Dental, Vision: Eligible the first of the month following 60 days of employment - Short Term/Long Term Disability: Company paid - 401K: 7% Tribal Contribution - Housing allowance: $1500/month - 15K Life Insurance policy: Company paid - Flexible Spending Account: Up to $2850.00 - WellVia (Telemedicine): Company paid - EAP - Fuel Card: allowed 100 gallons per pay period, up to .20 cents off a gallon/payroll deducted - Costco Reimbursement: up to $60.00 - PTO: Front loaded upon start date at a pro-rated amount, then at the beginning of each year the full amount is uploaded based on years of service. PTO is used for Holiday, Vacation, Sick, personal time. **Duties:** - Provide primary health care services to all eligible clinic users. Obtain health history and physical assessment of patients, ordering pertinent diagnostics and implement appropriate therapy according to standard medical practice. - Provide referrals to outside providers when appropriate; obtaining appropriate consults when problems presented are outside scope of practice or when unfamiliar with a particular aspect of the patients care. - Screen and assess patients who are not physically present following telephone triage protocols. Determine the need to be seen and/or the urgency of the condition. - Provide newest education to patients and families regarding the management of medications, treatments, home care or discharge instructions, etc. - Function under the established routines and medical protocols of the clinic. Promote continuity of care by establishing follow-up care or referrals to other healthcare providers. - Enforce clinic policies and procedures to ensure that the high standard of business is upheld. - Participate in quality improvement activities. - Utilize Electronic Health Record (EHR) medical records system through RPMS patient management system, in a competent manner, and provide team support for efficient functionality. - Consult with contract health service in matters of case management; participant in Resource Management Committee meetings as primary team member. - Maintain professional credentials by keeping all required licenses current, including but not limited to Oregon Medical License, DEA License and ACLS certification. - Provide medical guidance to tribally owned businesses as the need arises. - Foster an environment that promotes trust and cooperation among all staff. - Maintain confidentiality of all patients and employee information. **Qualifications:** - At least five years experience in a clinical setting and/or appropriated residency program. - Unrestricted Oregon Medical License. - Special training/experience in general medicine. - Experience working with Tribes and/or Indian Health Service is preferred. - Knowledge of professional medical standards, theories, abilities, procedures and techniques used in acute and chronic disease care and education and have the ability to implement these within a clinical setting. - Candidate must have the ability to maintain strict confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA and Privacy Act regulations. - Proven ability to read, understand and apply program rules and regulations for State, Federal and Tribal assistance programs. - Have good typing skills and be familiar with basic office procedures. - Must demonstrate proven effective interpersonal communication skills

Company Details

Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Our Background Summit Recruiting Group is committed to being the premier provider of high quality physician placement services in the healthcare industry. We are dedicated to having a highly motivated and skilled team of professionals who perform the highest level of quality work each and every day. By setting these high standards for our organization, and by drawing from all available know...