The physician who evaluates, treats, manages sick/well patients, documents medical findings in EPIC, provides support to patients, families and colleagues, collaborates with office administration and nursing staff. Board Certified Pediatrician to work in a community pediatric primary care office. Will see patients from birth to 18 years old. Will diagnose and treat various conditions. Do well and sick appointments. Counsel on vaccines. Order labs, testing, as appropriate. May need to round at Community hospitals to see newborns. Evenings and Saturdays are rotated. On call is also rotated. Be familiar with an electronic medical record. Ensuring compliance with all applicable federal, state, local, legal, regulatory and clinical standards and requirements including (but not limited to): HIPPA, OSHA, Joint Commission, DOH and CLIA. May represent CHOP with external organizations, professional associations upon request.
Direct Clinical Activities
Educational Activities (if indicated)
- Provide direct patient care to a panel of patients in the practice.
- May supervise clinical providers including resident physicians and nurse practitioners and provide performance feedback in all aspects of clinical functions.
- Supervise and ensure high quality of all clinical care services provided in the practice.
- Continually review current pediatric standards of care and work with leadership team to implement new processes as needed. Respond to clinical alerts and updates from public health officials and others.
Research Activities (if indicated)
- May provide support and leadership for resident/medical student education curriculum and program implementation.
Administrative Activities (if indicated)
- May participate in and/or oversee research activities, as needed, at the practice and provide feedback and consultation for studies as they progress. Delegate operational functions to other support staff as needed to accomplish the research goals and objectives.
Other Duties As Assigned.
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations
- May assist with management of the Practice:
- Evaluate and effectively manage patient access, patient flow, quality improvement, staff performance, effective work teams.
- Participate in the development and implementation of departmental standards, policies, guidelines and protocols.
PA Medical License (active)
Current DEA License
Board Certified in subspecialty
Required Education and Experience
Required Education: Graduate of a GMEC-accredited Medical School and Pediatric Residency (and/or Fellowship as indicated) Program. Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO).
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
Additional Technical Requirements
Nearest Major Market:
- Working knowledge of hospital policies, practices and protocols as well as applicable regulations and guidelines. Knowledge of computer systems and applications.
- Skills in exercising initiative, judgment, problem solving, decision-making.
- Skill in developing and maintaining effective relationships with medical and administrative staff, patients and the public.
- Ability to research and prepare comprehensive reports.
- Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, and electronic).
Medical, EMR, Patient Care, Physician, Healthcare, Research