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Permanent Family Practice Job Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles
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Job Description

A nonprofit health and wellness network seeks a Post-Acute Care Physician to work in the Los Angeles, California area!

Come make a difference within a growing team of providers that focus to enhance the lives they serve and value learning and growth!



  • Committed to providing the best and safest care, while creating a warm, inviting environment for their patients, family members, and caregivers.

  • Innovative staff and treatment modalities and wonderful teamwork that is focused on patient safety

  • A leading employer in the areas of High-Risk OB; L&D/Postpartum, Level III NICU; Level II ER; Telemetry, Med/Surg; ICU; and Oncology

  • Has a world-class medical environment known for its state-of-the-art technology, collaborative culture, and excellent growth opportunities in sought-after specialties

  • Has 700+ beds at two acute care hospitals and a multi-specialty medical group, Family Medicine and DO residency programs, hospice, home health and a wide range of other services

  • Equal opportunity employer

  • Has a multi-cultural staff of more than 1,000+ employees and 600+ physicians


Benefits and Features:

  • Top salary, depending on experience

  • Comprehensive benefits package - medical, dental, life, 401k

  • Excellent PTO


Job Description:

  • Responsible for the medical integrity, quality, and execution of the Post-Acute Care Services Program. 

  • Collaborate with the clinical leadership team in the development and implementation of the Program 

  • Provides input with capital budget preparation 

  • Advises the management of issues related to the Program. 

  • Provides professional medical direction, education to peers and staff, as well as acts as a resource to the Hospital's Administration, Medical Staff, and community as it relates to the Program.

  • Reports directly to the Vice President of Medical Group Operations


Professional Background:

  • Current unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of California and in good standing with the Medical Board of California.

  • Achieve and maintain Hospital medical staff membership and clinical privileges.

  • Graduate from an accredited Medical School.

  • Current Board Certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine is highly desirable.

  • At least five (5) years of clinical practice in hospice, palliative care, chronic care management.

  • At least five (5) years of clinical practice as a family/internal medicine physician.

  • Organizational skills and personal leadership qualities including tact and diplomacy, necessary to coordinate all aspects of the program and to integrate the efforts of the hospital and medical staff.



Brad McCullough

Director of Physician Recruitment-West


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