Type: Full-time


  • Portage Park

Administrative Site:

Post Date: November 1, 2018

Close Date: December 15, 2018


Our medical providers act as a PCP in a family practice setting providing care to a wide range of patients with varying health, mental, language and socioeconomic backgrounds.  PrimeCare seeks to employ medical providers interested in serving the communities in which we are located.

Job duties:

  1. Practice of medicine within the scope of license, training, credentialing and in accordance with the current standards of care and quality criteria adopted by PrimeCare.
  2. See patients in PrimeCare clinics during office hours. This is a broad-spectrum family practice that serves all ages and conditions, including prenatal care.
  3. Prescribe or administer treatment, therapy, medication, vaccination, and other specialized medical care to treat or prevent illness, disease, or injury.
  4. Order, perform, and interpret tests and analyze records, reports, and examination information to diagnose patients’ conditions.
  5. Complete charting on an electronic health record and required paperwork in a timely manner. Maintain confidential patient information.
  6. Inpatient obstetrical care if current competency demonstrated.
  7. Participation in teaching activities with the Saints Mary and Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program including supervising the Family Medicine Teaching Service, precepting residents at West Town & Wicker Park sites, participating in the maternal child call schedule and attending faculty meetings. (optional)
  8. Participate in the development/review of organizational policies and quality improvement initiatives.
  9. Oversee site operations and supervise medical providers at the site.
  10. Work closely with the site Practice Manager to provide consistent staff messaging and the best care for our patients.
  11. Participate in semi-monthly provider meetings.
  12. Communicate appropriately with patients, staff, and colleagues.



  1. Graduate of accredited medical school with degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) and completion of Accredited Residency, with board certification in specialty. If newly graduated, must be obtained within 2 years of graduation, and must be kept current.
  2. Unrestricted license to practice within Illinois.
  3. Current Controlled Substance and DEA certificate without restriction.


Benefits include PTO, CME, Health/Dental/Vision Insurance, Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage, Life/AD&D, 403(b), paid holidays.