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ADA: Full-time position. Job duties may require holding/lifting patients to or onto the exam table. Ability to sit and/or stand periodically during the workday.
OSHA: Must adhere to universal precautions, to include bloodborne pathogen protection, at all times.
Location: Grace Women's Health Center

Primary Duties:
1. Evaluate patient’s chronic problems thoroughly and manages appropriately, as demonstrated by performance on the Physician OB dashboard, Meaningful Use measures, and other applicable reports.
2. Evaluates patient’s acute problems thoroughly and manages appropriately (including medications, imaging, and labs).
3. Provides health maintenance services at prescribed levels as reflected by Physician O.B. dashboard performance.
4. Generates Master IM consistently.
5. Uses consultants appropriately and cost-effectively as evidenced by referral frequency and appropriateness reflected in referral department and other available reports.
6. Demonstrates sound judgment and decision-making skills in day-to-day practice activities (e.g., triage appropriately, patient flow management, etc., etc.).
7. Updates Problem Lists appropriately.
8.Preventive Health and/or Anticipatory Guidelines complete.
9. Adheres to accepted evidence-based, Standards of Care, as applicable.
10. Encounters are completed in a timely manner and accurately.
11. Charges are submitted by the end of the day (or end of hospitalization, if applicable).
12. Leads daily team huddles.
13. Medication Lists are updated and reconciled per policy.
14. Physician O.B. Dashboard demonstrates performance within acceptable ranges.
15. Physician O.B. Utilization Review demonstrates performance is within acceptable ranges.

Secondary Duties:
1. Responds professionally to change (i.e., schedule, work assignments).
2. Attends continuing education events and shares a summary with peers.
3. Appropriately uses auxiliary departments (HBN, Care Coordination).
4. Is flexible in meeting center needs outside regular working hours, (i.e., health fair, community lectures, etc.).
5. Responds appropriately to adversity or stress.
6. Renews license, privileging, credentialing and DEA number (if applicable) in a timely fashion.
7.Coordinates and leads team activities consistent with the function of PCMH.

Duties for Obstetrical/Gynecological Physicians Only. (Document under “Additional Duties”)
1. Reads and interprets obstetrical ultrasounds and biophysical profiles.

Minimum Qualifications:
1.Current and active State of Florida, Department of Health license (MD, DO, DDS, DMD, RDH).
2.Current DEA certification.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive, and the employee will also perform other reasonable related business duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.

*This organization reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.

Location Grace Women's Health Center
Status Buyer
Time Full Time
Date Added 22 February 2020
Start Date 23 February 2020
Contract Employment Contract
Category: Physician
Company name Florida Community Health Centers
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Since 1976, Florida Community Health Centers Inc. has been a leader in providing health care services in Florida. Comprehensive primary health care services are provided through a network of health centers surrounding Lake Okeechobee and throughout Florida’s Treasure Coast.  

FCHC has health center locations in Clewiston, Fort Pierce, Indiantown, Moore Haven, Okeechobee,  Pahokee, Port St. Lucie, and Stuart with FCHC’s Corporate Office centrally located in West Palm Beach, Florida. There are over 400 employees, in which 100 are clinicians. FCHC has multiple staff members who speak Spanish and Creole, and translation is available for other languages as needed. FCHC has created a “one-stop shop” for patients providing pediatric, adult primary, dental, OB/GYN and pharmacy services, with an option to have prescriptions delivered by mail.Our patients benefit from a “medical home” model, where they may access and benefit from our extensive array of health care clinicians and services at each location. FCHC is starting the process to expand our behavioral health and susbstance use disorder services.

Utilizing a sliding fee scale (SFS), based on annual federal poverty limits (FPL), we are able to determine the amount of financial responsibility each patient carries regarding their health care services. Patients who are at or below 100% of FPL have their health care needs provided by FCHC at a nominal charge.

FCHC is a private, non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)3, consumer directed corporation designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), and accredited by The Joint Commission (JC), as well as recognized as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).


The Mission of Florida Community Health Centers, Inc. (FCHC) is to provide accessible, cost-effective, high-quality, comprehensive health care to all persons in our communities.


Florida Community Health Centers, Inc. (FCHC) will maintain strong leadership in, and advocate for, the provision of health care services.

FCHC will foster and promote collaborative relationships and will develop partnerships with local, state, and federal public health service agencies and the community in general, to enhance the quality of delivery systems for comprehensive health care. FCHC will be an employer of choice and will demonstrate excellence with a highly trained staff and governing board.


FCHC values Integrity, Compassion, Commitment to serving others (external and internal to the organization), Innovation, Effectiveness (cost and outcome), Efficiency, being Mission-driven, and Commitment to excellence.


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