Chief Medial Officer of Georgia - Reshape Geriatric Healthcare in a Growing Market | Progressive Start-Up

Near Atlanta, GA

full-time
Inpatient and outpatient

Job Highlights

  • Low Patient Volume
  • High Earning Potential
  • Opportunity to Give Back to an Underserved Community
  • Our Senior Medical Officer oversee the clinical teams in the Market. Senior Medical Officer will be expected to manage, mentor, and guide the clinical “Community Medical Directors” as well as deliver primary, urgent and acute medical care to an assigned population of patients. A successful candidate will collaborate with various clinicians along with administrative/operational team(s) to deliver exceptional clinical, operational outcomes to WellBe patients and their families. The Senior Medical Officer will be a WellBe Ambassador responsible for working with community physicians, hospitals, and other medical facilities including SNF's as well as Health Plan clinical and administrative leaders. Senior Medical Officer at WellBe will be expected to contribute to our culture of collaboration, innovation, significant impact to the lives of our patients while experiencing personal growth The WellBe care model is a Physician Led Advanced Practice clinician driven geriatric care (care of older adults) team focused on the care of the frail, poly-chronic, elderly Medicare Advantage patients. This population is typically underserved and very challenged with access to care. To address these problems, we have elected to bring the care to the patient, instead of trying to bring the patient to the care. Care is provided throughout the entire continuum of care – from chronic care and urgent care in the home, to hospital, to skilled nursing facility, to assisted living, to palliative care, to end of life care. WellBe's physician/advanced practicing clinician led geriatric care teams’ partner with the patient’s primary care physician to provide concierge level geriatric medical care and social support in the home as well as delivering and coordinating across the entire care continuum.


    Posted May 16, 2022