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(Archived) Family Medicine Physician, Dayton, OH

Last Updated: 8/27/20

Job Description

The physician provides expert, patient-centered, primary care to a diverse population for a variety of health problems in a health care home model. Serves as collaborating physician for mid-level practitioners including nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

Patient Care:

  • Diagnose/Treat diseases/disorders & make appropriate disposition.
  • Prescribe, dispense, and administer medications.
  • Maintain records of medical history and treatment utilizing the problem-oriented medical record.
  • Refer patients for specialty care as needed
  • Provide information and education to patient and family members regarding diagnosis, treatment, prevention and safety in accordance with HIPAA guidelines.
  • Receive abnormal test results after working hours (during on-call coverage).
  • Provide emergency treatment as needed.
  • Initiate / continue medical regimens.
  • Provide follow-up and treatment as needed.
  1. Contribute professional medical expertise to educational activities in health center.
  2. Provide consultation to nurse practitioners / physician assistants as needed.
  3. Provide Medical Student / Resident education as assigned.
  4. Participate in collaborative treatment with other clinicians and health professionals.
  5. Assist in the development of in-service training and orientation activities regarding patient care.
  6. Contribute professional medical expertise to evaluative activities in health center.
  7. Assist the Medical Director and/or management in the development of policies and procedures.
  8. Provide input on procedures/activities impacting services or schedule.
  9. Adhere to health center policy and procedures.
  10. Participate in quality assurance activities including periodic chart review.
  11. Participate in community outreach activities.
  12. Attend at least 66% of monthly staff conferences.
  13. Work flexible hours to ensure health center coverage for weekend and or evening hours.
  14. Provide on call coverage.


  1. Board Certified or Board Eligible. If Board Eligible, must achieve Board Certification within the allotted time frame of their specialty.
  2. Graduation from an accredited school of medicine.
  3. Completion of a residency program in a primary care area such as Internal Medicine, Family Practice, or Pediatrics.
  4. Current DEA certificate
  5. Current hospital admitting privileges and credentials (as set forth in the Employment Agreement).
  6. Current insurance privileges and credentials
  7. Valid Ohio license
  8. Current BLS Certification.

If you are looking for a new challenge, or simply looking to start your career providing for the underserved and vulnerable population, we want to hear from you. Please inquire for more details.

Company Details

Northeast Healthcare Recruitment, Inc.

Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

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