Full-Time Primary Care Physician - 8 - 14 patients per day

Phoenix, AZ


Job Highlights

  • Low Patient Volume
  • Everside Health is growing in the Phoenix area! We are looking for a physician to join our innovative direct primary care model. You’ll see 8-14 patients a day and manage a panel of patients who love having more time with their provider.

    How we are different?

    Everside Health partners with Taft-Hartley trust funds to provide primary care to union members and their families. Our model enables more time with patients, a smaller panel size, and a sustainable work-life balance. We seek providers who are passionate about providing full-spectrum primary care resulting in top-notch clinical quality, outstanding service, and reduced overall health costs.

    Why Everside Health?

    We provide high quality, proactive primary care to adults and children as young as 3 years old. We focus on prevention and wellness, acute and chronic disease management, and maximizing provider-patient relationships. We bypass insurance headaches and focus on providing the right patient care without the traditional distractions of RVUs and billing.

    • See an average of 8-14 patients a day
    • More time with your patients—appointments range from 30 to 60 minutes
    • Smaller patient panel—less than half the typical PCP panel size
    • Time to address your patients’ needs proactively and sustainably
    • Fewer administrative and insurance-related tasks
    • Work within a team of professionals who are passionate about improving the U.S. healthcare system


    • Non-production-based compensation package
    • Comprehensive benefits, including CME, medical license, DEA, and malpractice coverage
    • Regular provider meetings, such as journal clubs and grand rounds, for ongoing learning, development, and team collaboration


    • MD or DO
    • Board certified (or eligible) in Family Medicine, or Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
    • Willingness to be on call 24/7 for urgent patient needs so we can optimize care quality and reduce unnecessary ER visits (these calls are infrequent)

    Posted June 28, 2021