ACMPE: The American College of Medical Practice Executives

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ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER

FAMILY PRACTICE PHYSICIAN MD OR DO

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  To provide comprehensive primary medical care services to patients in a primary medical care ambulatory clinic setting.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops and maintains proficiency in delivery of primary care medical services per ANHC Provider Policies and Procedures as outlined in the Practice Management Manual.

  • Communicates the plan of care and all pertinent information to other members of the health care team to provide coordinated patient treatment.

  • Shares in delivery of after-hours medical care by cooperatively participating in the hospital call schedule.

  • Develops and maintains a working knowledge of basic CPR, anaphylaxis treatment, and emergency protocols as determined by the Quality Assurance Committee.

  • Practices ethical conduct at all times during patient contact.

  • Maintains an effective professional and respective relationship with other members of the health care team.

  • Maintains current written collaborative relationship with collaborative midlevel practitioners.

  • Participates in the development and maintenance of triage and advice guidelines for front desk team, staff nurses and nurse team lead.

  • Participates in BPHC audits, case management reviews and quality assurance reviews as necessary.

  • Participates in the yearly evaluation of peers, supervisors, and the provider's nurse.

  • Keeps customer service and the mission of the organization in mind when interacting with all clients, co-workers, and others.

  • As an employee of a federally qualified health center, the Staff Physician will see all scheduled patients regardless of race, ethnicity, social or economic designation and will demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and needs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of an accredited medical school.  Completion of U.S.G.M.E. approved Residency program. Must be able to provide care for all age ranges.

HIRING RANGE: DOE

HOW TO APPLY: Download an application at http://www.anhc.org/applyonline and submit your cover letter, resume and application online or to:

Human Resources
Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
4951 Business Park Boulevard
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(Fax) 907-743-7256
10/20/17

 ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT OR FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER

Full time float position that may include evening clinic hours 2 days per week. Must be able to work a flexible schedule.

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Provides health care services to patients in a primary medical care ambulatory clinic setting under the direction and responsible supervision of a physician.  PA’s and FNP’s are academically and clinically trained to perform many of the routine, but time-consuming, tasks that physicians usually do, and are accountable for their own actions as well as being accountable to their supervising physicians.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Makes initial assessment and diagnosis of the patient's health status: performs physical examination.

  • Obtains appropriate diagnostic tests and x-rays; interprets findings; provides routine medical care and treatment.

  • Prescribes medications to the extent allowable by state guidelines and clinic regulations.

  • Provides general health education regarding matters such as proper diet, family planning, emotional problems of daily living, and health maintenance.

  • Develops and implements patient care plans, instructs and counsels patients, and records progress.

  • Exercises professional judgment regarding consultation with supervising physicians concerning appropriate treatment.  

  • Refers patients to other provider or care staff within the Center for referral to outside specialists for consultative services as may be required for the patient’s well-being.

  • Works a regularly planned clinic schedule and maintains a level of productivity in keeping with Medicare and other guidelines while maintaining the highest quality of care for the patients.

  • As an employee of a federally qualified health center, the Physician Assistant or Family Nurse Practitioner will see all scheduled patients regardless of race, ethnicity, social or economic designation and will demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and needs.

  • Responsible for accurate, timely, and complete documentation in patient records.

  • Keeps customer service and the mission of the organization in mind when interacting with all clients, co-workers, and others.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess licensure in the State of Alaska as either a Physician Assistant or Family Nurse Practitioner, 3 to 5 years’ experience required. Previous experience with a multi-specialty group whose patient population included a homeless and indigent population is preferred.  Interpersonal skills that demonstrate ability to effectively communicate and treat.  Demonstrated competencies in dealing with all age groups.

HIRING RANGE: DOE

HOW TO APPLY: Download an application at http://www.anhc.org/applyonline and submit your cover letter, resume and application online or to:

Human Resources
Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
4951 Business Park Boulevard
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(Fax) 907-743-7256
10/20/17

 VERA WHOLE HEALTH

REGIONAL MANAGER & LEAD PHYSICIAN

Anchorage School District is offering a management opportunity with Vera Whole Health, the ASD contractor for employee and family health clinic.  The clinic will be located at the Kuukpik Office Building on 36th Street. Vera Whole Health is looking for two leadership positions: a Regional Manager and a Lead Physician. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a leadership position in a start up clinic. Please contact John Garrity if you are interested in applying: 

John Garrity

Senior Director, Healthcare Services
Anchorage School District

Independence Park Medical Services

Sonographer

Independence Park Medical Services is seeking a knowledgeable and professional medical sonographer who is able to independently perform all outpatient ultrasound procedures with high quality results.  Special skills required of the sonographer include professional demeanor, be customer service motivated and be able to communicate effectively with patients and healthcare personnel.

Schedule:  Part-time with flexible hours

Salary: Depends on experience

Location:  Alaska – South Anchorage

Send resume to Jessicaf@ipmsak.net and call (907) 522-1341


 Independence Park Medical Services

ANP or PA

Independence Park Medical Services is looking for a full-time ANP or PA with women’s health experience for our growing OB/GYN department. You must be an enthusiastic self-starter willing to grow an existing patient base. We offer a competitive negotiable salary, full benefits and paid CME. I look forward to speaking with you.

Send CV and Reference List to Jessicaf@ipmsak.net and call (907) 522-1341