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Plastic Surgery Physician
Sanford Federal Inc Portland, OR

Plastic Surgery Physician

Sanford Federal Inc
Portland, OR
  • Full-Time
Job Description

About Us:


Sanford Federal Inc. (SANFORD) headquartered in Stafford, VA., is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
that provides federal professional services, primarily engaged in providing advanced information technology, cyber
security, management systems support, as well as business and infrastructure management services. We are among the
most innovative, respected, and ethical providers of technology solutions to the United States government. Our mission
is to provide superior quality, innovative, information technology solutions that help federal agencies best aid, serve,
and protect the American people.


General:


The candidate shall provide Board Certified /Board Eligible Plastic Surgery Physician Services on site in
accordance with the specifications contained herein to beneficiaries of the Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA) and the Veteran Affairs Portland Health Care System (VAPORHCS).
Place of Performance: VAPORHCS 3710 SWUS Veterans Hospital Rd. Portland, OR 97239.
Schedule: On-Call 17:00-08:00 Monday-Thursday and weekend 08:00- 17:00 Friday - Monday.
As needed Monday-Friday 08:00-17:00 for Physician contractor services.
*Patients must be seen by physician(s) on-site at VAPORHCS in a timely manner in accordance
with VA Rules and Regulations on clinic wait times and consult completion*


QUALIFICATIONS:
1. License -The physician(s) is to perform the services covered by this contract shall have a current license
to practice medicine in any State, Territory, or Commonwealth of the United States or the District of
Columbia) when services are performed onsite on VA property.
2. Board Certification - All physician(s) shall be Board Certified /Board Eligible by the American Board of
Plastic Surgery http://www.abderm.org/, and be currently certified in Basic Life Support (BLS)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or equivalency.
3. Technical Proficiency - shall be technically proficient in the skills necessary to fulfill the government's
requirements, including the ability to speak, understand, read and write English fluently.
4. Continuing Medical Education (CME)/ Certified Education Unit (CEU) Requirements:.- Physician(s)
registered or certified by national/medical associations shall continue to meet the minimum standards
for CME to remain current.
5. National Provider Identifier (NPI): NPI is a standard, unique 10-digit numeric identifier required by
HIPAA. The Veterans Health Administration must use NPIs in all HIPAA-standard electronic transactions
for individual (health care practitioners) and organizational entities (medical centers). The Contractor
shall have or obtain appropriate NPI and if pertinent the Taxonomy Code confirmation notice issued by
the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) National Plan and Provider Enumeration System
(NPPES) be provided to the Contracting Officer with the proposal.
6. training (ACLS, BLS, EHR and VA MANDATORY): Physician(s) shall meet all VA educational requirements
and mandatory course requirements defined herein; all training must be completed by the contractor's
physician(s) as required by the VA.
Training (The following training is
mandatory per VHACO for
Contracted Physicians
Frequency (once
a year, etc. Annual Hours:
VA Privacy and Information
Security Awareness and Rules
of Behavior
Annually 1 hour
Mandatory Training for
Transient Clinical Staff
(condensed version of
multiple mandatory
training): Active Threat
Training, Military Sexual
Trauma (MST) for Medical
Providers, VHA MRI Safety
Training Level 1 Training (all
who enter MRI suites), VA Core
Values Training (ICARE
Recommitment), VHA Privacy
and HIPAA Focused Training,
Patient Safety, Patient Rights,
Patient
Abuse, Prevention/Management
of Disruptive Behavior/Violence
Prevention Level I, Suicide
Prevention: Suicide Risk
Management Training for
Clinicians, SUX Infection
Control and Blood Borne
Pathogens.
Annually 2 hours
Moderate Sedation In-Service
Training Annually 1 hour (required for only
privileged users)
Blood Administration:
Complications Annually 1 hour (required if administering
blood components)
Blood Administration:
Administration Annually 1 hour (required if administering
blood components)
Government Ethics Annually 1 hour
Prevention of Workplace
Harassment/No Fear Act Annually 1 hour
ACLS/BLS Every 2 years
4 hours every other year for BLS
(VAPORHCS accepts OHSU
certified if issued by the
American Heart Association)
EHR/Vista Imaging
(condensed version of
multiple mandatory training)
1-time, initial
training 0.5 hours one time only
RESPONSIBILITIES
Direct Patient Care: An estimated 95% of the time is involved in direct patient care.
Scope of Care: Physician(s) (as appropriate and within scope of practice/privileging) shall be
responsible for providing Plastic Surgery care, including, but not limited to:
Clinic and Surgical Care: Physician(s) shall provide clinical Plastic Surgery services. The
physician(s) shall be present on time for any scheduled clinics/surgeries as documented
by physical presence in the clinic or operating room at the scheduled start time.
- Operative Services: Physician(s) shall provide comprehensive clinical Plastic Surgery
services.
- Intraoperative Follow-up: Physician(s) shall be present in the operating suite for all
Plastic Surgery procedures.
- Postoperative Follow-Up. physician(s) rounds shall be conducted on postoperative
patients in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) and on the wards. All cases will be
discussed in morbidity and mortality conferences, and the contractor's physician(s) will
provide appropriate information to the COR for inclusion in departmental reports.
- Physician(s) shall provide consultative services at the patient's bedside if the patient is
not ambulatory and, in the clinic, setting if the patient is able to report to the outpatient
clinic. Procedures shall be scheduled for completion within 30 days of the date of the
consultation.
- Medications: Physician(s) shall follow all established medication policies and procedures.
No sample medications shall be provided to patients.
- Discharge education: Physician(s) shall provide discharge education and follow up
instructions that are coordinated with the next care setting for all Plastic Surgery clinical
or surgical patients.
Administrative: An estimated 5% of time not involved in direct patient care.
- QA/QI documentation: Physician(s) shall complete the appropriate QM/PI
documentation pertaining to all procedures, complications, and outcome of
examinations.

Address

Sanford Federal Inc

Portland, OR
97239 USA

Industry

Healthcare

Posted date

Over a month ago

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