Primary Care - Internal Medicine or Family Medicine

Nottingham, MD

full-time
Outpatient

Summary:

The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group (MAPMG) proudly provides the highest quality integrated care for over 800,000 members in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. We invite applications for a full-time specialist in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine at our White Marsh Medical Center.

Now offering a $150,000 forgivable loan as a new hire incentive!

In collaboration with the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States we provide high-quality, patient centered health care. Through this partnership, our physicians are part of an industry-leading health care delivery model, having access to advanced technological tools and receiving comprehensive practice support.

MAPMG physicians are salaried, without the pressures of alternative payment models or fee-for-services. Our members have easy access to specialists and medical records, thus allowing you to treat the whole patient.

Responsibilities:

  • Staff between 7 and 10 clinical sessions per week, with approximately 4 to 4 ½ working hours per clinical session

  • Provide primary care for a panel of approximately 2000 patients per 10 clinical sessions, adjusted for age, gender and medical acuity

  • Document visit notes and post-visit summaries in EPIC EMR

  • Treat patients in clinic and via video/phone

Minimum Requirements:

  • MD or DO

  • Board Certified or Eligible

  • Currently licensed or able to obtain licenses in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia

Our physicians also:

  • Practice patient-centered, culturally competent medical care

  • Communicate thoughtfully (listen, educate, advocate)

  • Lead with integrity

  • Value teamwork

  • Are transparent and honest

  • Go “above and beyond” for their patients

In return we provide:

Candidates for this location are offered a $250,000 forgivable loan

  • Competitive compensation

  • Pathway for physicians to become shareholders of MAPMG


Posted August 10, 2022