Medical Site Director- Family Medicine or Internal Medicine
The Site Medical Director provides clinical administrative leadership to Howard Brown Health Center. In this role, the Site Medical Director is responsible for the quality of care provided to participants in Primary Care at the assigned site, and for the clinical productivity of the medical provider clinical site staff. The Site Medical Director is a licensed professional prepared in a specialty residency program who manages actual and potential health problems based on the area of specialty. The health conditions include common, complex and/or advanced diseases needing intensive medical supervision of the prescribed treatment plan. The Site Medical Director practices independently and interdependently by collaborating with the advanced practice clinicians, community health nurses and other health care providers.
Graduation from a college or university accredited by the American Medical Association with a Doctor of Medicine degree or accredited by the American Osteopathic Association with a doctor of Osteopathy degree. If medical education occurred at a foreign medical school, the applicant must possess a current Educational Council Foreign Medical Graduate (ECFMG) certificate. Successful completion of an approved program of residency training in family practice. Board certification in Family Practice preferred.
- Three years of clinical experience in one or more areas of medicine, three years of administrative or supervisory experience, preferably in an ambulatory setting.
- Active Illinois Physician licensure, plus current DEA registration, Board certification in a specialty area (must be completed within two years of employment), documentation of a Medical Degree from an accredited school of Medicine, documentation of residency completion in a specialty area from an accredited residency program and Physician National Data Bank verification of legal claims history.
Posted June 8, 2020