Family Medicine Physician (MD or DO)
- Participates in the development of policies and procedures relating to the provision of clinical and related services. Provides supervision to midlevel practitioner staff.
- Performs complete physical exams, obtains medical history; interprets and records findings.
- Orders/obtains appropriate laboratory and diagnostic studies/tests to assist with patient evaluations, as needed.
- Interprets and integrates data to determine preliminary diagnosis and appropriate therapeutic plan.
- Administers medications, immunizations, and injections in compliance with state law and clinic guidelines.
- Performs direct patient care services, which may include instruction, education, counseling, recommendation of medications and treatments, health and illness prevention, and/or community resources to meet specific needs to patient and family.
- Coordinates and schedules laboratory studies and diagnostic procedures. Explains the necessity, preparation, nature and anticipated effects of scheduled diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to patients.
- Reviews, writes, and renews medication prescriptions, which corresponds to the written standing orders, and/or, to the consultation advice of the supervising physician.
- Documents, updates, and maintains patient records.
- Summarizes records and prepares referral letters.
- Performs administrative duties as may be request by the Medical Director
- Communicates/confers with various outside agencies and resources regarding medical advice/information of clinic patients, such as dentist, social services, speech and hearing, etc., as needed.
- Refers patients to specialist, such as ENT, Pediatric Surgeon, Dermatologist, Neurologist, Asthma, etc., as needed.
- Participates in clinical research projects and prepares analyses/consensus report, when requested.
- Confers with other health professionals regarding patient condition, if necessary.
- Attends monthly staff meetings at the respective Practice designated.
- Attends continuing education meetings, as required.
- Promotes team, system, and organizational goals; maintains patient confidentiality and provides superior customer service.
Supervisory Physician Responsibilities*
- Provides continuous, comprehensive primary care for infants, children, youth, and adults according to current standards of care and the patient centered medical home model of care
- Provides direct supervision for Family Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Teaches and provides consultation to other health care providers as assigned by Medical Director
- Lead Multi-disciplinary teams, coordinate and integrate care across all TAPM sites(e.g., subspecialty clinics)
- Participate in Continuing Medical Education (CME) and TAPM’s quality assurance program
Preparation and Training
Doctor of Medicine with completion of residency training in a primary care practice. Must have a working knowledge of office equipment including computers, telephones, and such typical office machines. Must maintain effective written and oral communication and English skills. Must maintain current medical license with the North Carolina Board of Medical Examiner. Must be Board certified, eligible, or straight out of residency program eligible. All eligible candidates must be Board certified within 2 years of their contract date. Current DEA registration and CPR certification. Current ACLS or PALS required (depending on Practice of employment). Valid NC driver’s license for travel.
Experience with provision of medical care to low income and indigent care patients preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience considered; it would take approximately 3-5 years to become proficient with the policies, procedures, and protocol utilized by Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine.
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Triad Adult & Pediatric Medicine, Inc