Specialty: Medical Director/Administrative
Job Number: 19624
Our organization is the oldest community health center, providing continuous health care since its incorporation in 1957. We began by providing medical care to migratory farm workers and other locals in southern Arizona.
We have grown to a network of 14 Health Centers, employs almost 400 staff, and serves over 40, 000 patients. Our commitment and dedication to removing barriers towards healthcare services has allowed us to achieve and grow.
We want you to be part of a dynamic, innovative team that utilizes your medical skills and passion to truly make a difference in the lives of your patients and the community. We are the medical home for professionals committed to excellence. We want people who are focused on community service and making a difference in the lives of their patients. We want to recruit practitioners from the best medical schools in the nation to work in state-of-the art facilities, delivering patient-focused, exceptional care through innovative programs. We offer accessible and affordable healthcare to all who need it.
- 5+ years in previous leadership role
- Preferably in government, reservation, undeserved or FQHC setting.
- Must have experience and want to work in FQHC setting
- Board Certification in Internal Medicine or Family Practice
- Experience with Patient Center Medical Home (PCMH)
- Position will be 95-100% administrative
Compensations and Benefits:
- Health Insurance
- VSP vision plan
- 403(b)retirement plan
- Employer paid life, long-term disability and AD&D benefits
- Short-term disability
- Paid Time Off (PTO) from work
- Sick Time
- Life Insurance
- Salary range 230-235K + lucrative incentive bonus structure.
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