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Emergency Medicine Physicians (WOMACK Army Medical Center, Ft. Bragg)

Posterity Group, LLC
Fort Bragg, NC
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

 

Shift/Schedule:

Total clinical hours shall not be less than four (4) shifts per month. Clinical shifts tour of duty includes the following shifts 0700-1600, 0700-1900, 1000-2200, 1100-2300, 1400-0200, 1500-2400, 1900-0700, and 2200-0700 in order to meet the need and mission for the Emergency Department. Shift tour hours are 9 and 12 hours Sunday through Saturday to include days, evenings, nights, weekends and federal holidays. In addition to the four shifts a month the contractor HCP shall work at least one shift every 30 days in order to keep the CAC(Computer Access Card) active.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK.

Medical Officer/Physician shall perform and provide medical examination and treatment as required by the MTF and Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine. The Medical Officer/Physician shall be responsible for providing immediate evaluation and management of routine, urgent and emergent illness as they occur.

Medical Officer/Physician shall have sufficient specific training in Emergency Medicine and shall be able to adequately assess, diagnose, stabilize and treat diseases and injuries to include, but not limited to the following:

  • Skin, Head, Ears, Eyes, Nose, Throat, Mouth, Teeth, Neck, Cardiovascular System, Pulmonary System, Gastrointestinal System, Lymphatic System, Musculoskeletal System, Genitourinary System, Reproductive System, Psychiatric Disease, Central Nervous System, Endocrine System, and Peripheral Nervous System. The Medical Officer/Physician shall be able to recognize those conditions beyond his/her level of training and/or experience and treat and/or consult a physician in an appropriate and timely manner.
  • Medical Officer/Physician performing services under this contract shall have sufficient training and experience to be able to adequately perform credentialed medical procedures to include, but not limited to the following: Administer intravenous, intramuscular and subcutaneous medications; Anoscopy; Arthrocentesis (excludes hip); Burn management; Cultures (throat/wound); Ear irrigation; Eye irrigation; Foreign Body Removal (rectal, extremity and uncomplicated ear/nose); Incision and drainage of abscesses & thrombosed hemorrhoids; Ingrown toenail removal initial interpretation of radiographs; Initial management of, envenomations and exposure to hazardous materials; Initial management of orthopedic extremity injuries, uncomplicated (splints); Interpret laboratory results; Laceration repair, complex (excludes flexor tendon repair and repair of neurovascular damage), Laceration repair (simple); Local Anesthesia (topical/ infiltration) and Regional Anesthesia (digits); Nebulizer treatment; Ocular tonometry, fluorescein and slip lamp examination; Perform venous puncture for laboratory studies; Secure and maintain an adequate airway; Secure and maintain adequate intravenous access by peripheral routes; Suture Removal; Wound care (evaluate and direct management).
  • Collect and record, in proper format, medical and social historical data appropriate to the patient’s condition.
  • Perform a general physical examination. Record the findings in proper format and determine medical qualification for various purposes.
  • Become familiar with the hospital formulary and prescribe pharmaceuticals according to the drugs listed. The Pharmacy Service will provide instruction to all prescribing providers on substitutions of generic drugs.
  • Generate and maintain proper medical records on beneficiaries to whom treatment is provided IAW AR 40-66, Medical Records and Quality Assurance Administration. All records generated in-the performance of this contract remains the property of the government.
  • Follow the established operating procedures of the MTF and clinics where services are provided. Providers shall participate in the quality control activities of the MTF to include the quality control activities established for each department or clinic the provider works
  • PERFORM OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED.

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES and SPECIFIC TASKS. Shall meet the qualifications for the specialty of emergency medicine and perform essentially the same functions, within the scope of acceptable for their technical professional discipline and standard, as those required by Army and government service technical professionals of similar experience and in similar duty assignments. Practices and productivity will be compared to that of other Contractor HCP assigned to the same medical center.

a. Must be a U.S citizen.

b. Possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted license in one of the 50 states in the United States, and the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

c. Must be a Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy trained in the practice of Emergency Medicine.

d. Board Certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

e. Have and maintain current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) as certified by the American Heart Association. Documentation (front and back) of such training shall be provided to the Credentialing Office, the department and COR. The contractor shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining re-certification. Certifications must be renewed every year at no additional cost to the Government.

f. Ability to read, write, and speak English well enough to effectively communicate with patients, other Health Care Providers and employees of the MTF.

g. Required to meet Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirements. The Government will not reimburse for these costs. The Department Chief may approve contractor HCP to attend MTF CME classes on a space available basis provided it does not interfere with department clinical work schedule. Attending MTF CME classes shall be done on the contract HCPs own time.

h. Have sufficient experience and expertise to participate in graduate medical education (GME) programs in the role of the attending physician to include administrative duties related to quality assurance/process review and improvement. Administrative duties/time will be assigned by Department Chief as the needs of the department require. Administrative duties will include mandatory MEDCEN/NARMC trainings, departmental provider staff meetings/MEDCEN meetings and provider peer. Key elements include expertise in the full scope of emergency medicine to include common outpatient and emergency procedures and demonstrate the ability to teach.

Company Description
Posterity is a Service Disabled Veteran’s Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The company was formed in 2007 and our mission is to provide our Warriors and their family members with exceptional Healthcare Professionals to assist with their medical needs. Organizationally, we listen to our customers, then exceed their expectations by doing what is right, acting with integrity, and holding ourselves, and our team members accountable.

Posterity Group, LLC

Why Work Here?
Great opportunity to work with Veterans, Awesome CEO, great benefits, lots of room for growth

Posterity is a Service Disabled Veteran’s Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The company was formed in 2007 and our mission is to provide our Warriors and their family members with exceptional Healthcare Professionals to assist with their medical needs. Organizationally, we listen to our customers, then exceed their expectations by doing what is right, acting with integrity, and holding ourselves, and our team members accountable.

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