Job Description The Center Physician works within the scope of the medical protocols established by MedPost and provides prompt, comprehensive and competent medical care. Essential Responsibilities 1. Maintains Customer Loyalty score at or above company benchmark 2. Complies with necessary regulatory standards and licensure requirements mandated by Federal and State Agencies (i.e. HIPAA, OSHA, medical license, and CPR certification) 3. Provides direction and assistance in solving patient issues 4. Performs medical assessment and determines treatment recommendations of center patients 5. Appropriately documents all pertinent information, legibly, on designated MedPost forms 6. Performs daily Urgent Care Patient follow-up callbacks to review treatment and see how they are doing. 7. Directs and reviews all laboratory and radiology results and develops appropriate treatment plan. 8. Directs and supports on site laboratory, dispensing of on-site RX, x-rays, injections, and collections for wellness services. 9. Works with Center Manager and other staff to ensure operations are consistent with medical policy and professional standards. 10. Cooperates and participates in the development, implementation and revision of policies affecting medical practice, quality of care and patient satisfaction. 11. Participates in and assists with in-service and continuing education programs for physicians, nursing staff and medical assistants employed by or associated with MedPost. 12. Meets with Center Manager and Clinical Staff to discuss quality of patient care, review policies, procedures and records. 13. Promotes, supports and engages in projects and activities which will develop or improve services delivered at the Center. 14. Participates in and assists with routine and episodic quality assurance processes. 15. Assures compliance with licensing, certification and accrediting bodies. 16. Participates in development and presentation of education programs for staff. 17. Represents MedPost and Center as reasonably required at internal and external meetings or events. 18. Provides guidance to other medical staff (e.g. physician assistants, nurse practitioners and medical assistants) to ensure quality professional services and patient satisfaction. 19. Performs other duties as assigned. 20. Acts with honesty and integrity in all business transactions, including, but not limited to, employment applications/resumes, patient records, time records, and financial transactions. Required Skills Minimum Qualifications: Education: Valid medical license (within state working) Valid DEA License CPR Certification Inclusion on (or within 30 days of hire) the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Experience: Minimum 1 year experience in acute/urgent care, family practice or emergency department setting Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Functional level of computer literacy Job Location La Quinta, California, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular 1632-685
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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