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Location: Bend, Oregon
Internal Number: R1015725
ST. CHARLES MEDICAL GROUP
ADVANCE PRACTICE PROVIDER-Trauma & Acute Care
TITLE: SCMG Advanced Practice Provider - Acute Care and Trauma Surgery
REPORTS TO POSITION: SCMG Chief Medical Officer
DEPARTMENT: SCMG Trauma & Acute Care Surgical Specialists
DATE LAST REVIEWED: October 12, 2020
OUR VISION: Creating America's healthiest community, together
OUR MISSION: In the spirit of love and compassion, better health, better care, better value
OUR VALUES: Accountability, Caring and Teamwork
DEPARTMENT SUMMARY: St. Charles Trauma & Acute Care Surgical Services currently employs 5 Advanced Practice Providers with varying levels of experience as well as 8 surgeons board certified in surgical critical care. There are community general surgeons and occasionally locum surgeons doing contracted work with the team as well. Advanced practice providers are expected to comply with all Oregon State Trauma program requirements and expected to actively participate in quality improvement projects and community outreach education.
POSITION OVERVIEW: Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) are directly responsible for all aspects of caring for emergency general surgery and critically ill/injured trauma patients throughout their hospital stay in a collaborative team-based approach. The Advanced Practice Provider is supervised by board certified Trauma/Critical Care Surgeons. APPs routinely assist surgeons by providing first assistant surgical services. They meet regularly with diverse healthcare professionals to provide multidisciplinary care to the complex, critically ill, and injured hospitalized surgical patient. APPs continue to provide care for patients in weekly general surgery/trauma follow up clinic.
Work schedule: Provider shall be a full time shift based exempt provider. Shift requirement will be 164 clinical shifts. Shifts may vary; Sunday-Wednesday, 10:00am-10:00pm/ Thursday-Saturday, 12:00pm-12:00am.
Call expectation: Call will be shared equally by all APP's on the service.
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ADDITIONAL POSITION INFORMATION
**Nothing in this job description is intended, nor shall be interpreted, as a grant or approval of medical staff membership or clinical privileges. By law and applicable accreditation standards, medical staff membership and clinical privileges can be granted or approved only by a hospital's medical staff and governing body. Employment processes and requirements, which are governed primarily by the human resources policies of St. Charles, are separate and distinct from medical staff membership and clinical privileging processes and requirements, which are governed primarily by the bylaws and policies of the hospital medical staff. Accordingly, employed physicians and providers of St. Charles are required at all relevant times not only to satisfy the requirements and perform the duties set forth in this job description, but, also, to satisfy the requirements and perform the duties for obtaining and maintain appropriate medical staff membership and clinical privileges.
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