Physician (3447)

CHSi has full time and per diem Physician openings in Fort Bragg, NC!


Under the supervision, direction, and responsibility of CHSi, Inc., the Physician performs physical examinations and provides medical care to the employees of a client employer onsite at their place of work; may supervise clinic staff. The healthcare providers (HCPs) will be used to backfill government medical staff that are deployed or unavailable at a clinic or other location as designated. Reports to the Program Manager.

Board Certified or Board Eligible in either Family Medicine or Internal Medicine.
Health Care Provider shall be a Doctor or Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), must have completed an ACGME accredited residency in family medicine, or be American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) board-eligible or certified in family medicine. Foreign medical graduates shall possess a valid certificate from the Educational Council for Foreign Medical Graduates.
Have been continuously employed in the practice of medicine or in training for the one year prior to commencement of services under this contract. Clinical experience diagnosing and treating primary care conditions and knowledge of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and related conditions.
Must maintain Continuing Education credit sufficient to maintain both their clinical license and certification and to meet MTF specific Quality Assurance standards for credentialing as a Physician.

DUTIES AND Responsibilities:
The HCPs shall work under general supervision of the physician in-charge of a primary care group within the NRMC. The HCPs shall independently provide medical care within the accepted standards of the medical profession. Quality assurance and scheduling supervision are shared by the senior military family physician within the Primary Care Clinic.
The Board Certified Family Medicine Physicians shall provide a full range of medical care to patients of all ages in the primary care clinics as well as on the inpatient wards to include Nursery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Surgery, Medical and Intensive Care. The HCPs shall provide additional duties in the Emergency Department.
HCPs shall also augment NRMC MTF with HCPs to conduct medical care, medical readiness processing and IDES screenings for all eligible Soldiers and/or their dependents.
Board Certified Internal Medicine physicians will perform duties in the Department of Medicine. The HCPs shall performs duties as a practitioner and as a consultant in Internal Medicine with emphasis on problems of moderate complexity. The HCPs shall examine, diagnose, treat and follow patients with medical problems of all complexities. Patients arrive at Internal Medicine Clinic/Internal Medicine Service referred from other MTFs, clinics within the region, physicians, and also arrive on a self-referred, non-appointed (acute illness) basis. Based on post-graduate training in Internal Medicine, the HCPs shall examine and conduct thorough evaluation of presenting patients; utilizing laboratory and clinical findings to appropriately treat or refer the patient to the appropriate specialty clinic.
The HCPs, as part of a multidisciplinary health care team, provide health screening and appropriate referrals for Soldiers who have redeployed from a combat zone.
The screening activities assess soldiers' general and specific health status prior to deployment and post deployment; document health status using appropriate Military Health System (MHS) forms and automated information systems; make referrals to appropriate health care specialists for additional screening or treatment, and to provide appropriate medical services as directed.
The HCPs shall be responsible for assigned panel of patients when they are admitted to this hospital. The HCPs shall be responsible for several panels of patients, as well as the admission of patients from the panels for which he/she is providing coverage. Responsibility for patients from other than the physician's personal panel shall be transferred to the primary physician on the first duty day following morning briefings.
The HCP shall perform specific duties that range from the performance of routine physical examinations to the management of moderately complex acute and chronic illnesses; both in the outpatient arena as well as with inpatients. The HCPs shall provide care to in-house patients to include obstetric care on a regular rotation with other family physicians in the primary care clinic. The HCPs shall perform a variety of pre- and post- deployment screening activities, to include but not limited to; PDHA and PDHRA duties. The HCPs shall complete narrative summaries and participate in the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) consults. Appropriate and prudent utilization of ancillary services and consultants is expected. The HCPs shall complete all necessary outpatient record entries and admission/discharge paperwork, as well as, progress notes as required by hospital regulations and standards of practice.
The HCP shall function as a preceptor for PAs and FNPs. Occasionally; HCPs shall exchange knowledge for candidate physician extenders, Special Forces medic students, medical students and residents.

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