A non-profit Community Health Center in South Central Kansas is seeking a Family Physician. This is a great opportunity to serve others, provide leadership to mid-level staff and have an accommodating 8:00-5:00 schedule.
The physician will be providing primary medical care specific, but not limited to, diagnosis, treatment, patient management, and referral of patients. The physician would also be responsible for the following:
Maintains healthcare needs in accordance with COPC and requirements therein.
Bring all concerns and/or deficiencies to the immediate attention of the Chief Medical Officer.
Documents all patient care information/treatment according to the SOAP format in the patient's chart.
Consult and coordinate care with the practitioners, mid-level providers, RN's, pharmacy, laboratory and nutritionists.
Assist in program development, maintenance, and quality assurance as outlined by HRSA, IHS and policies and procedures.
Responsible for Assurance of Quality Improvement.
Must meet requirements in accordance with the UCRR and UDS.
Have a thorough working knowledge of COPC and requirements therein.
Maintain minimal CME as required per year and submit verifications to Administration in a timely manner.
Maintain privileges at hospitals and membership on the active medical staff of these area hospitals. The scope of privileges shall include all professional services rendered.
Responsible for adhering to all policies and procedures.
Continued training on Cultural Competency, Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in healthcare.
Assist and provide orientation to new providers.
Provide input to Chief Medical Officer as requested pertaining to grants.
Salary is negotiable and benefits include health, dental, life, AD&D, Aflac products, generous amount of paid time off, CME allowance, and loan repayment options.
You may forward a copy of your resume/CV to Andrea Whitlow, Candidate Relations Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call 316-293-2649 or 888-503-4221.
The city is right in the heart of the United States and right at the point where the Big and Little Arkansas Rivers join together. The arts have always prospered here. A dozen museums are scattered throughout the city, each with a distinctive or historic cast. The city is home to corporate headquarters for leading producers of aircraft, aviation components and all-American consumer products. In the heart of downtown, Douglas Avenue has been transformed into an open-air gallery of 12 bronze sculptures, including a lone guitar player, to a child playing hopscotch, to a cow, and a pony.
More than 136 municipal parks and playgrounds cover nearly 3,000 acres in the city and county. The Park Board offers a bike system of more than 100 miles and landscaped picnic areas. The River Festival, a ten-day extravaganza of some 80 events, draws a quarter of a million visitors and citizens together every June. The Mexican Cinco de Mayo, German Oktoberfest, the Asian Festival, the Black Arts Festival, and Native American Pow Wows create cross-cultural opportunities for the enjoyment of good food, good music, and new friends. Shopping opportunities include two of the state's largest shopping malls, antique shops and a host of specialty stores. First-rate restaurants in every sector of the city offer an abundant choice of cuisine, ranging from Oriental, Mexican, French, and Continental to various American fares.
Internal Number: KRC.0418.0816.08C
About Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center
Kansas Recruitment and Retention (KRRC) services are designed to assist health care professionals in finding the right practice opportunity and ensuring they receive the support and assistance needed throughout the entire job search process. Services include assistance in finding a desired position in a rural or underserved Kansas community, providing compensation trends and comparisons, interview prep and resume/CV building, loan forgiveness and repayment information, and temporary coverage opportunities.
KRRC is a program run by Rural Health Education and Services, University of Kansas Medical Center. To sign up for KRRCs free services, please visit ruralhealth.kumc.edu and complete the candidate application found under the Kansas Recruitment and Retention Center tab on the home page. You may forward a copy of your resume/CV to Andrea Whitlow, Candidate Relations Coordinator, at email@example.com. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call 316-293-2649 or 888-503-4221.