Family Physician (Mens Health)

Locums, Inc. San Diego , CA 92101

Posted 7 days ago

Exceptional Locum Tenens Physician Opportunity

Our latest Locum Tenens assignment in San Diego This is an exciting innovative Men's Health clinic for E.D. and is looking for a physician for part time hours. Client will train physician and all procedures are non-invasive. NO experience needed.

You will receive

· hourly compensation

· malpractice coverage at 1mil/3mil

Duration

August 2019 start time

Hours

Tuesdays from 9a-5p (can be flexible on days)

Patient volume

· 3-4 patients per hour

· 100% Adult-All Male patients 50's and older

· Scheduled and Walk-Ins

· No calls and all non invasive procedure

· Complete support staff for patient processing and training, no experience require

Patient Cases

Client is searching for a patient, caring physician to assist in the health and well-being of men who suffer from E.D.

Job Summary
Are you searching for a job that allows you to coordinate health care for patients and manage health problems according to federal and state rules and regulations? We would love for you to become a respected member of our team! You will use compassion, dedication, and your expertise to foster treatment team unity, build trust, and nurture rapport with our patients. As a valued provider, you will have the opportunity to meet all aspects of patient care challenges with enthusiasm to develop positive patient relationships, because one of the primary goals of our company is keeping our patients happy and healthy. If you are flexible, dedicated, enjoy working in high-energy environments, and want to enhance your already top-notch skills, then consider working for us.
Job Responsibilities

  • Function autonomously to conduct patient histories and physicals for complex critical, chronically ill, and acute patients.
  • Order, perform, and analyze diagnostic and therapeutic tests concerning the needs of the patient, and follow up on a regular basis to ensure their needs are being adequately met.
  • Prescribe appropriate pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment modalities to ensure the health and comfort of all patients.
  • Implement measures to assist patients in regaining and sustaining physiologic endurance to include serving in the first assisting role.
  • Develop treatment plans based on scientific rationale, standards of care, and professional practice guidelines.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary team members by making appropriate referrals and monitoring the effectiveness of all interventions.
  • Facilitate the staff and the patient as well as the family decision-making process by providing educational tools for self-management of acute or chronic illnesses.

Job Skills & Qualifications
Required

  • Experienced and comfortable working on your own
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Outstanding observational and analytical skills to diagnose and treat patients effectively
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills
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