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Full Time Primary Care Job New York, NY

Full Time
New York, NY
alarm 12 months ago
Employer Medical Search International

Job Description

         Location: greater Orange County, NY (35 mins west of Newburgh, NY

         Specialty: Family Medicine / Internal Medicine

         Requirements: Active NY license, Active DEA, Board Certification REQUIRED


1.       3 (10-hr shifts) and 1 (12-hr shift) per week

2.       (Total = 42 hrs/week)

3.       **Family Practitioners are expected to work in Urgent Care clinic for their 12-hr shift per week**

         Census: 25-30 pts per day

         Duration:  permanent w/ salary + benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401K, PTO, CME's, etc.)

         Compensation: $225,000/year - $250,000/year (negotiable) 

Client Description:


Our client manages one of the fastest growing multi-specialty group practices in the country. They employ over 400 physicians in nearly 50 medical specialties in the greater Hudson Valley/Orange County, NY area. As of right now, they are currently taking immediate considerations for qualified Primary Care physicians to join one their affiliated outpatient clinics. A standard schedule is 3 (10-hr shifts) and 1 (12-hr shift) per week. For Family Practitioners specifically, they are expected to work in the Urgent Care clinic for their 12-hr shift per week. There is no hospital call, yet a 'team call,' which is 1:4. That would consist of 1 weeknight and 1 weekend in some capacity of office setting, urgent care, nursing home, or telephone call. This is a busy practice seeing 25-30 patients a day. Because they start physicians off slow to get used to the EMR, they can expect approx. 15 patients per day the first month and ramp up after 1 month. Physicians are expected to work at the 50% wRVUs by year one and 75% wRVUS by year two. This amounts to approx. 25-28 patients per day. Busy partners often see 30 per day (some more). 

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