Family Medicine Phys W/Out OB- Burnsville Clinic

Allina Health Systems Saint Paul , MN 55102

Posted 2 months ago


  • This position exists to provide direct medical care within the outpatient clinic

  • Works collaboratively with patients to meet and improve their health and well-being

  • Delivers evidenced based care that supports the Triple Aim of improved health outcomes, an exceptional patient experience and efficient use of resources

  • Practices in outpatient setting with call rotation for phone triage

  • 100% outpatient based practice, and OB is not required

  • Functions appropriately as part of care delivery team through efficient use of resources and skills, both their own and those of other provider and staff

  • Chart in electronic format in accordance with licensure, scope and Allina standards

  • Actively participates in multidisciplinary team approach to case management

  • Quality improvement - utilizes quality improvement tools to develop processes that promote continuous improvement in delivery of patient care, patient outcomes and/or workflows


  • This position requires a Medical Doctorate degree (M.D.), Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) or foreign equivalent from an approved school of medicine.
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Family Medicine Phys W/Out OB- Burnsville Clinic

Allina Health Systems