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Family Practice

Integrity Healthcare

North Carolina

Full Time

Family Practice or Internal Medicine Physician

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited medical school with a degree of Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy. Satisfactory professional references.

  • Completion of an approved 4-year residency program.

  • Board certified or Board eligible

  • Must have an active license to practice in the State of North Carolina.

  • Experience: A minimum of 4 years medical experience; ability to work with and provide healthcare to individuals of varied economic and social backgrounds.

  • No Visa Applicants

Duties:

•Provides primary medical care by caring for all patients in accordance with the nurse practitioners medical specialty and Practice Act.

•Practitioner shall follow the correct OSHA and HIPAA guidelines and take measures to ensure that these guidelines are followed in the clinical work areas.

•Provides in–patient care to the Center patients and hospitalizes patients as required.

•Stresses the importance of preventative health care measures.

•Provides after hour call coverage as assigned.

•Meets productivity and billing goals set by the organization.

•Appropriately confers with supervising physician in the care of patients. Appropriately confers with patients and/or patient’s family members by providing

timely information regarding lab results and other findings relative to the proper care of patients.

•Makes appropriate referrals to those that require specialist services and conducts proper follow up to assure that continuity of care is provided.

•Actively participates in the development and implementation of a Quality Assurance plan or Performance Improvement for the Center.

•Attends all medical staff meetings.

•Conducts clinical encounters in accordance with the Electronic Health Record (EHR) procedures to include accurate completion of templates that address both

preventive and chronic care measures as required.

•Demonstrates proficiency in the utilization of the Electronic Health Record and provide timely completion and maintenance of patient charts as per Center policy.

•Maintain a professional personal appearance and demeanor while on Center premises or representing the Center with patients and/or staff.

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