- Render quality medical services normally expected of a pediatrician in primary care practice: gather historical information, examine, diagnose and treat illnesses, evaluate health status, initiate preventive and therapeutic measures.
- Carry a patient caseload consistent with Center goals and external mandates for quality of care and productivity.
- Complete all necessary documentation, including adequate and legible progress notes in the medical record; complete forms in a timely manner as required by schools, agencies, insurances, or regulatory bodies in the Center’s data collection system (e.g. encounters).
- Take responsibility for reports of the patient's laboratory, radiology and other studies, providing appropriate and timely management and continuity of care.
- Refer patients, as indicated, to other primary care and specialty services within Ryan Health (including ancillary and social services), and to appropriate outside facilities for tests, procedures, and. specialty consultations.
- Communicate on an ongoing basis with other health care providers and staff all aspects of the patient’s health needs, always respecting the importance of patient confidentiality.
- Participate in twenty-four hour on-call telephone coverage on a rotating basis as assigned by the Medical Director.
- Assist in peer review chart audits and other appropriate quality improvement activities.
- Maintain professional competence through participation in conferences, CPR and ACLS/PALS training, and continuing medical education activities.
- Seek and maintain credentials in affiliated managed care organizations.
- Participate in the on-the-job teaching of non-physician staff by imparting understanding of the rationale and methods of diagnostic and therapeutic activities on an ongoing basis, and, when requested, in a more formal manner.
- Work hours as necessary to maintain the patient care needs of the Pediatric Department.
- Participate in collaborative practice agreements with mid-levels providers, as requested.
- Practice accepted infection control measures in accordance with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standards, and Center Policies and Procedures.
- Attend all meeting and/or training sessions as required.
- Immediately report any problems or unusual occurrences to supervisor.
- Other special projects/assignments as needed.
Minimum Experience and Skills Required:
· Clinical experience acquired during approved residency program.
· Strong interpersonal skills.
Education, Licenses and/or Certifications Required:
- Graduate of an approved Medical School.
- Completion of an approved Pediatric Residency Program.
- Current New York State license and current registration.
- Evidence of Board eligibility.
- Board certification.
- Bilingual: English and Spanish.
- Experience in community-based medicine.
*** Must be able to work three (3) weeknights per week (11:30a-7:30p) and the rest of the week 9a-5p or 8:30a-4:30p ***
How To Apply
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