Medical Provider - Medical Provider, NP
Provides healthcare services typically performed by a physician, under the supervision of a physician. Within the scope of the supervising physician, provides general medical care, completes physicals, assessments, evaluation, treatment and some minor surgery for patients. Instructs and educates trainees and/or staff; assists in public relations efforts. Delivers care appropriate for an out-patient, primary care community health center with a multicultural, multilingual patient population.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provides in-service staff training in selected topics as deemed necessary by the Supervising Physician or CMO.
2. Maintains and updates patient charts, records, and information.
3. Codes encounter forms according to time of the visit, procedures performed and pertinent ICD-9 codes.
4. Assists in internal quality control audits.
5. Participates in peer review.
6. Supervises medical assistants and lab personnel in area of specific support services for patient care delivery.
7. Attends internal and external meetings, workshops, and conferences and participates on task forces or committees, as necessary and/or required by the Borrego Health.
8. Performs all duties and services in full compliance with Borrego Health standards of care as well as all policies and procedures.
9. Follows Borrego Health Standards of Customer Service Behavior.
10. Participates in Quality Improvement (QI) Initiatives.
11. Complies with Borrego Health’s Attendance & Punctuality Policy.
12. Other duties or responsibilities as assigned by the Supervising Physician or CMO.
1. Demonstrated ability to practice medicine and surgery in the State of California by evidence of a current valid license.
2. Demonstrated ability to prescribe controlled substances by evidence of a current valid Federal Controlled Substances Registration Certificate.
3. Demonstrated knowledge of gynecologic, preventive care: Pap smears, BSE, contraception, STD prevention and treatment, and ability to perform pelvic examinations and participate in the management of family planning.
4. Demonstrated ability to practice emergency medicine; to perform minor surgery and wound care; to record in a neat, orderly, and logical manner, history, examination, treatment plan, and other information relative to patient care; and to supervise Nurses and other health care providers.
Special Conditions of Employment:
1. Current State of California Nurse Practitioner License.
2. Current valid Federal Controlled Substance registration Certificate.
3. All staff that is presently working within a clinic is required to have a Current and Valid CPR certification on file with the Human Resources Department. This is for clinical and administrative staff. This new license requirement is mandatory for continued employment, CPR certification must be obtained though the American Heart Association. Internet certificates do not comply and for this reason are not valid.
- Pay Type Hourly
- El Cajon, CA, USA