Family Health Centers Of San Diego, Inc. San Diego , CA 92140
Posted 2 months ago
For over 50 years, Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) has provided affordable, high-quality health care and supportive services to all San Diegans. With more than 2,500 employees spread throughout more than 50 sites around the county, FHCSD is proud of the diversity of its staff as a reflection of the communities it serves.
The reward of working at FHCSD is more than a paycheck and excellent benefits; it is the impact and contribution to the San Diego community that employees value most. If you are passionate about improving the overall health and livelihood of your community, FHCSD is looking for people like you.
Complete all required documentation accurately, timely and thoroughly in accordance with department standards and to comply with electronic medical record requirements, including medication reconciliation, finalizing notes, clearing out personal pool, and participating in clinic pool.
Follow FHCSD policies and procedures, including (but not limited to), cooperating with the timely submission of credentialing and licensing paperwork; maintaining CME units based on the requirements of the specifying Board; attending all mandatory meetings; minimizing incident reports; using resources efficiently and practicing medicine in a cost-effective manner.
Maintain FHCSD behavioral standards, including (but not limited to), effective listening and communication skills and respectful interactions with colleagues and patients.
Maintain a productivity expectation and minimum productivity as established by medical leadership.
Maintain satisfactory peer reviews: able to assess medical information including pathophysiology, patient presentation, differential diagnosis, etc., in order to facilitate health promotion and disease prevention.
Meet clinic site and organization needs in a reliable and flexible manner; prioritize work and make an effort to adhere to schedule.
Participate in Clinical Outcomes Program and work towards meeting organizational targets for all metrics.
Participate in administrative duties, including lab reports, charts, and medication refills reviewed and managed appropriately.
Participate in on-call schedule in a responsive and timely manner.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Graduate from an accredited school of medicine.
Must possess current unrestricted license to practice in the State of California if applicable.
Board certified in Neurology.
Ability and means to travel as needed in a timely manner within San Diego County, to locations that may have limited access to public transportation; proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required. DRIVER REQUIREMENTS: Licensed for a minimum of 3 years; No more than 2 violations and/or accidents within 3 years; No vehicle related suspensions/reinstatements; No DUI, reckless or felony Driving within 7 years.
Experience/Specialized skills (including Language)
1 year experience working in Neurology required; experience with underserved, low-income persons, or homeless persons preferred.
Ability to work effectively with patients from diverse social, cultural and economic groups.
Basic computer literacy ability to comply with department needs and expectations (i.e., electronic medical record documentation).
Bilingual (English/Spanish) capabilities strongly desired. Cultural and linguistic sensitivity to populations served required.
Knowledge of and ability to take a detailed medical history.
Must possess a demonstrated commitment to community medicine.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Bending (neck): FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Bending (waist): OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Carrying 0 - 10 lbs: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Carrying 11 - 25 lbs: NEVER
Carrying 25 - 50 lbs: NEVER
Carrying 51 - 75 lbs: NEVER
Carrying 75 lbs: NEVER
Climbing (ladder): NEVER
Climbing (stairs): RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Driving: To drive from one clinic or another, or in the community: INCIDENTAL DRIVING (LESS THAN 3 DAYS/WEEK)
Exposure to blood borne pathogens and biohazards: YES
Exposure risk to aerosol-transmitted diseases-YES
Exposure to dust, gas, fumes, or chemicals: Office and medical supplies.
Fine manipulation: OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Kneeling: RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Lifting 0 - 10 lbs: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Lifting 11 - 25 lbs: NEVER
Lifting 25 - 50 lbs: NEVER
Lifting 51 - 75 lbs: NEVER
Lifting over 75 lbs: NEVER
Power Grasping: RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Pulling 0 - 10 lbs: NEVER
Pulling 11 - 25 lbs: NEVER
Pulling 25 - 50 lbs: NEVER
Pulling 51 - 75 lbs: NEVER
Pulling over 75 lbs: NEVER
Pushing 0 - 10 lbs: NEVER
Pushing 11 - 25 lbs: NEVER
Pushing 25 - 50 lbs: NEVER
Pushing 51 - 75 lbs: NEVER
Pushing over 75 lbs: NEVER
Reaching (above shoulder level): RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Reaching (below shoulder level): OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Repetitive use of hand: OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Simple Grasping: OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Sitting: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Standing: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Twisting: RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Use of Personal Protective Equipment: Face Shield, goggles, masks, gloves, lab coats, and safety needles.
Walking: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Working around equipment and machinery: Office equipment; clinic equipment; laboratory equipment.
Ages of Patients Served: ALL
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