November 1, 2018
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.
- 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.
- See patients in PrimeCare clinics during office hours. This is a broad-spectrum family practice that serves all ages and conditions, including prenatal care.
- Prescribe or administer treatment, therapy, medication, vaccination, and other specialized medical care to treat or prevent illness, disease, or injury.
- Order, perform, and interpret tests and analyze records, reports, and examination information to diagnose patients’ conditions.
- Complete charting on an electronic health record and required paperwork in a timely manner. Maintain confidential patient information.
- Inpatient obstetrical care if current competency demonstrated.
- 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)
- Participate in the development/review of organizational policies and quality improvement initiatives.
- Oversee site operations and supervise medical providers at the site.
- Work closely with the site Practice Manager to provide consistent staff messaging and the best care for our patients.
- Participate in semi-monthly provider meetings.
- Communicate appropriately with patients, staff, and colleagues.
- 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.
- Unrestricted license to practice within Illinois.
- 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.