What you will do:
Under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer, the Medical Director oversees clinical quality and operational outcomes for the medical service line. This role is responsible for provider oversight, advancing programming, contributing to budget discussions, focusing on service and improving quality/disparities. The Medical Director is also an active clinician responsible for providing and ensuring the provision of preventative and chronic disease services.
- Provides direct patient care
- Oversees clinical quality by ensuring excellent person-centered care, achievement of clinical outcomes, and high ratings of patient satisfaction
- Assures collaboration within the department as well as across all service areas to meet the needs of the patient
- Develops strategies and protocol to ensure successful implementation and performance related to patient care and coordination
- Recruits, interviews and prepares recommendations for hiring the provider staff
- Supervises and maintains excellent provider relationships.
- Manages and resolves clinical personnel issues, including coaching, counseling and disciplining of providers
- Performs annual performance evaluations for provider staff; recommends and participates in final determination of disciplinary actions and terminations as appropriate
- Leads and motivates a high-performance team
- Furthers a culture of continuous improvement through ongoing training and development of all staff
- Actively directs medical provider meetings and supports the Clinic Nurse Manager and Supervisor as needed
- Develops and implements programs and/or services that integrate Progressive's medical practice with the dental practice or other offered specialties
- Reviews and approves time off; manages TimeForce requests and payroll acknowledgement
- Assists in the development of the budget and adheres to approved budget.
- Actively participates in internal and external committees as appropriate.
- Supports, communicates, and works within the scope of PCHC's Mission, Vision and Values.
- Helps others and personally responds well to change.
- Sets and meets well articulated individual and team expectations of high performance.
- Assists with the development of grants or reports and meets deadlines accordingly.
- Assists in the development of and adheres to policies and procedures.
- Positively represents PCHC in community.
- Completes special projects/duties as assigned
- Doctoral degree (MD or DO) from an accredited university with completion of residency programming
- Board certified in a Medical Specialty
- Current Wisconsin licensure and DEA license
- Prior experience with program development and creation of clinical pathways to promote whole person health within the primary care environment
- Five to ten years of clinical experience including ambulatory care
- Three to five years of leadership experience
- Prior work experience in a Federally Qualified Health Center with a diverse patient population