Our client is a local healthcare practice offering physical therapy, diagnostics for chronic pain and pain disorder treatment, pathology, preventative care, acute symptoms, and more. They are hiring an Occupational Medicine Physician to provide support to their physicians so that they can continue to offer their patients an excellent quality of care.
The ideal candidate will perform evaluations, gather clinical data, consult with the team, order appropriate tests, and provide accurate and useful information, patient education, documentation and provide direction for the management and treatment of occupational health cases.
This Role Offers:
Competitive base salary with advancement opportunities.
Fast-paced environment with likeminded self-starters.
Work alongside a team of strong medical professionals offering patient services to people with low incomes and those who don’t have health insurance at discounted rates.
Work to provide the motivation, tools, steps, and community that will produce lasting outcomes.
Culture of integrity, high performance, and quality customer care.
Perform patient evaluations and routine follow up care as appropriate for injured workers.
Provide workers compensation evaluations, post offer screenings, Medical Review Officer reviews, and other employee health evaluations.
Diagnose, treat and write prescriptions for patients with diabetes and high blood pressures medications, STDs, physicals, colds, as well as some pain management.
Facilitate referrals to other healthcare professionals, medical facilities, and additional care such as physical therapy, psychological therapy, and rehabilitation programs.
Communicate with collaborating physician or specialist regarding patient care.
Educate patient and family about diagnosis and treatment options, including risks, benefits, and alternatives.
Monitor patients’ progress and keep records of pain treatments and injections.
Issue appropriate prescriptions and administer medicine.
Comply strictly with medical care regulations and safety standards.
Perform all duties and services in full compliance with internal and external requirements.
Ensure compliance with National Patient Safety Goals, State and Federal regulatory agencies.
2+ years of experience in Physical or Occupational Medicine preferred.
Must be board eligible or certified in Occupational Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Neurology, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics/Sports Medicine, or Family Medicine.
Knowledge of the state and federal laws pertaining to medicine.
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other employees, patients, and the general public.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills.
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