John George Psychiatric Pavilion Board Certified Physician - Urgent Care, Highland Hospital in Oakland, California
Highland Hospital, located in Oakland, California, is the largest facility of Alameda Health System which serves a diverse patient population in California’s East Bay Area. As part of Alameda County's safety net, we provide quality, accessible care to our community's most vulnerable patients. The Urgent Care clinic located at Highland Hospital offer a wide range of Urgent Care services. It is designed to off-load lower acuity cases from our busy ER and also to offer urgent evaluation to patients who could not otherwise be seen by their primary care providers. Urgent Care often also serves as an entry point for patients who are new to our system. Our patient population is diverse and we are currently open during business hours six days a week. Patients can either schedule same day appointments or walk in. As a hospital based clinic, we have a host of resources not available to most Urgent Care centers. This includes access to in-person consults from specialists, strong ER backup for high acuity cases, and good integration with our primary care clinics. Our providers and staff are dedicated to our patients and would love to welcome others who share our mission!
We are currently recruiting for a Services As Needed (per diem) Board Certified Physician (Adult or Family Medicine) to join our team. SANs support our providers with coverage and same-day needs. If you are interested in this opportunity, we encourage you to apply!
*This position is eligible for a one time Sign-On Bonus!
DUTIES & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: NOTE: The following are the duties performed by employees in this classification. However, employees may perform other related duties at an equivalent level. Not all duties listed are necessarily performed by each individual in the classification.
Cares for patients in a compassionate, culturally competent, and patient centered manner.
Participates in the supervision of Mid-level Practitioners/Certified Nurse Midwives in assigned clinical area.
Practices evidence based medicine and is up to date with current standards of care.
Provides cost effective care; manages time and patient flow well when providing direct care to patients and following up on patient related work.
Stays current with patient care responsibilities. (e.g. lab results, medication refills, and radiology reports, relevant to his/her patients).
Takes initiative to work well with the clinical team (including Medical Assistants, Clerks, Health Educators, Panel Managers, Nurses and Pharmacy staff, Leaders, etc.) to improve quality of care and service delivery.
Teaches patients, families and staff; provides counseling services related to promoting good health practices.
Minimum Experience : Completion of an approved residency in an appropriate specialty
Required Licenses/Certifications : Possession of a current valid license to practice medicine in the state of California, AND, Board Certification in area of specialty.