Education: Successful completion of an approved Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathy program. Board Certified is required.
License: Maintain an active physician license with the State of Alaska. Maintain board certification including continuing education requirements.
Experience: Two years’ experience in a clinic setting preferred. Any experience with pediatrics or OB/GYN would be a plus.
• Maintain hospital privileges at the local hospital.
• Working knowledge of health care facility.
• Maintain contacts in the community to enhance public relations with area providers and community groups.
• Promote facility programs at every possibility.
• Assist in development of educational programs to enhance patient care.
• Assist in developing staff education.
• Maintain CME criteria as defined by license requirements.
• Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with a diverse set of employees / patients with multiple disciplines in both clinic and administrative settings.
• Demonstrate initiative and responsibility.
• Travel as needed for training and educational opportunities.
• Assist in establishing policy and procedures.
• Record statistics and conducts research as deemed necessary.
• Perform role as project participant or leader as assigned.
Provider may travel to homes of PCHS patients in special circumstances to deliver medical care as needed on an infrequent basis. This may also include assisted living centers which are now considered the home of the patient.
• Provider shall apply for and obtain, if deemed qualified in accordance with existing standard procedures, appointment to the Medical Staff of Central Peninsula Hospital pursuant to the Bylaws of the Hospital's Medical Staff with clinical privileges appropriate to the family medicine services to be performed for Provider's patients admitted to the Hospital.
VISA candidates and new grads considered
Interested and qualified candidates contact Brynn Williams at email@example.com or call 843-302-6065 or 972-215-8674