Provides clinical pediatric services and associated administrative and on-call services as described in the provider's Employment Agreement to Thompson pediatric patients.
Provides consistent, high quality, evidence-based care, as per accepted national and/or local standards.
Leads office staff in development and performance of efficient office practices.
Liaisons with practice management and hospital administration on behalf of the practice.
Liaisons with staff on behalf of practice management and hospital administration.
Fosters a cohesive Thompson identity.
Assures regulatory compliance.
Provides patient management and practice leadership that unifies Practice goals and health system goals.
Always acts in the patient's best interest.
Assists the health system in meeting strategic goals.
Required Job Specific Competencies:
Recognized competence in outpatient clinical pediatric practice.
Ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with all office staff and providers.
Ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with hospital and health system medical leaders.
Leads a patient centered practice.
Knowledge of recognized best pediatric patient care practices.
Ability to provide timely outpatient telephone call coverage
Ability to provide timely inpatient pediatric call coverage
Maintains current knowledge of and ability to institute programs necessary to comply with evolving regulatory requirements.
Consistent excellence in physician-patient and physician-staff communications.
Exhibits leadership skills and professional behavior consistently.
Actively guards confidential and protected information.
Willing to receive input and feedback from associates and patients/families.
Demonstrates knowledge necessary to ensure care appropriate to the age of the patient.
Lives the CARES values at all times.
Generates legible, meaningful and timely (within two business days of date of service) comprehensive patient care records sufficient for all patient care, regulatory, billing and other uses of the medical record
. Responsible for ensuring all professional licenses, registrations, liability insurance education and renewal requirements and applicable physician certifications are up to date and current as required for employment.
Unrestricted NYS medical license with current registration required.
DEA license required.
Board-certified in Pediatrics required. Board-eligibility within the first three years of graduation from an ACGME-approved Pediatrics residency program acceptable.
Able to gain appropriate FFTH Medical Staff privileges.
Acceptable professional liability insurance experience such that physician is acceptable for malpractice insurance by FFTH's malpractice carrier without surcharge.
MD or DO degree required, or MBBS or other such equivalent.
Completion of ACGME accredited residency in Pediatrics required.
Meets continuing education requirements of the American Board of Pediatricians for maintenance of certification required.
Thompson Health is an EOE encouraging women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply