POSITION SUMMARY This position assists in the planning, coo coordination, provision, and evaluation of the the clinical and operational functions of Mec Mecklenburg County Health Department (MCHD) pub public health clinics. And provides patient car care in public health clinics.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Displays line authority in making decisions on the day-to-day operations of t the clinics. • Provides input into budget development for t the clinics • Provides oversight and direction for i internal operations. • Provision of medical care to all assigned p patients, including appropriate history and p physical exam, progress notes, treatment and p participation in multidisciplinary treatment p planning activities. • Works with the medical director to develop m medical orders/standing orders and a appropriate policies and procedures. • Works with medical director and clinic d director to implement quality improvement a activities in the clinics • Provision of medical consultation for MCHD programs; and works with the medical director to provide clinical/medical and administrative supervision of nurse practitioners and physician assistants as indicated. • This physician may stand in during an absence of the Medical Director as well as provide crucial crisis or medical communications to public.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: Five years of post-residency expe experience in an accredited medical or surgical specialty with demonstrated increasingly responsible medical and administrative positions in a health care setting. Experience in a public health setting preferred. Education: Bachelor's Degree; MD from an accredited college or university school of medicine. Equivalent Experience for Education Accepted? No Licenses and Certifications: Valid NC or SC driver’s license and the ability to obtain and maintain a County Operator Permit. License Licensed to practice medicine in the state of NC
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Clinical experience with Family Planning and STI evaluation and treatment Basic familiarity with management of Tuberculosis (not necessary but would be a plus)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Business and management principles i involved in strategic planning, resource a allocation, human resources modeling, l leadership technique, production methods, a and coordination of people and resources. • Principles and processes for providing c customer services. This includes customer n needs assessment, meeting quality standards f for services, and evaluation of customer s satisfaction. • The structure and content of the English l language including the meaning and spelling o of words, rules of composition, and grammar. • Laws, legal codes, court procedures, p precedents, government regulations, and a agency rules, and the political climate. • Expertise in area of assignment.
Skilled in: • Considering the relative costs and b benefits of potential actions to choose the m most appropriate one. • Identifying complex problems and reviewing r related information to develop and evaluate o options and implement solutions. • Using logic and reasoning to identify the s strengths and weaknesses of alternative s solutions, conclusions or approaches to p problems. • Talking to others to convey information e effectively. • Adjusting actions in relation to others' act actions.
Abilities: • Communication – Clearly conveying i information and ideas through a variety of m media to individuals or groups in a manner t that engages the audience and helps them u understand and retain the message. • Collaboration – Working effectively and c cooperatively with others; establishing and m maintaining good working relationships. • Building Strategic Work Relationships – Developing and using collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals.
Developing and using collaborative r relationships to facilitate the a accomplishment of work goals.
Developing and using collaborative relationships to fa to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals.
Developing and using collaborative r relationships to facilitate the a accomplishment of work goals. • Decision Making – Identifying and u understanding issues, problems, and o opportunities; comparing data from different s sources to draw conclusions; using effective a approaches for choosing a course of action o or developing appropriate solutions; taking a action that is consistent with available f facts, constraints, and probable c consequences. • Formal Presentations – Presenting ideas e effectively to individuals or groups when g given time to prepare; delivering p presentations suited to the characteristics a and needs of the audience. • Building Trust – Interacting with others in way that gives them confidence in one’s intenti intentions and those of the organization.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS STATEMENT To accomplish this job successfully, an i individual must be able to perform, with or w without reasonable accommodation, each e essential function satisfactorily. R Reasonable accommodations may be made to h help enable qualified individuals with d disabilities to perform the essential f functions.