Primary Care Physician Opportunity in Atlanta, GA
Partners in Primary Care (PIPC) is growing in the Atlanta, GA area and are seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Geriatric, Family or Internal Medicine Physician for our brand new centers.
What we are looking for As a Physician with PIPC, you have the opportunity take a hands-on approach to population addressing patient needs inside the exam room and look beyond to understand how social determinates of health are impacting health outcomes. We have a unique care model that sets us apart for patients and providers. We are experts in senior-focused primary care with a multidisciplinary approach.
A day in the life of a Partners in Primary Care physician
- See 14-16 patients per day. Opportunity to spend more time with patients
- Thrive in a value-base care model and improve patient’s quality of life
- See a variety in your caseload, from preventative care to chronic conditions
- Assists in the coordination of patient services, including but not limited to specialty referrals, hospital and SNF coordination, durable medical equipment and home health care
- Acts as a lead and active participant and key source of medical expertise with the care team through daily huddles
- Follows policy and protocol defined by Clinical Leadership
- Assures personal compliance with licensing, certification, and accrediting bodies
- Spend 100% of your time clinically focused on direct patient care, inclusive of patient facing time and general administrative time as it relates to direct patient care
Who we are PIPC is one of the fastest growing value-based, senior-focused primary care platforms in the country. Operating as a payor-agnostic, wholly owned subsidiary of Humana, Inc., our centers put the needs of seniors at the forefront of everything we do. Our multidisciplinary team is committed to improving patients’ quality of life and achieve their best health. We are seeking innovative individuals who have a passion for primary care and want to make positive changes in the lives of our patients.
Posted January 14, 2021