Medical Doctor – Locum Tenens

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Medical Doctor – Locum Tenens Trusted Medical About Us Trusted Medical LLC ( is the clinical care delivery affiliate of Edera LC3 ( We specialize in serving Veterans by reducing wait times for them to gain access to disability screens required to be evaluated for VA benefits. Help serve those who have served us by joining our growing team! This role will directly support the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in conducting assessments for the determination of disability benefits for Veterans applying for benefits from the VA. The Physician will perform face-to-face clinical assessments of the Veteran and provide assessment documentation on findings. These assessments will be conducted in a variety of assigned and agreed-upon locations with set schedules. About the Position The General Medicine Physician will perform an in-person visit with the Veterans to perform evaluations to complete the required Disability Benefits Questionnaire (DBQ) for submission to VA for eligibility determination. In addition, the position will provide direct employee health and simple urgent care services. DBQs include questions that require a direct clinical exam of the Veteran in the office (e.g., testing the range of motion of joints, documentation of crepitus, etc.) which cannot be done via virtual encounter. This effort will decrease a backlog of overdue assessments and to assist VA with adequately determining Veteran benefits. The Provider will coordinate with other assigned project teams and internal corporate divisions to ensure all aspects of assigned project(s) are maintaining continuous quality progress and meeting contractual obligations. This role requires excellent and expeditious assessment skills. In some cases, additional testing will be required which may require local assistance and coordination. Ideal candidates have a proven track record of high reliability working in a very independent atmosphere with little oversight. We value the compassionate care of this unique population. Duties include the following. 1. Prepare for and deliver exceptional patient handling and care during all interactions 2. Complete and submit all required documentation timely and completely, including DBQs in the required format 3. Provide delivery and operational excellence by delivering exceptional service, working collaboratively with multi-disciplinary teams, embracing change with agility and adaptability, and maintaining accountabilities for all assigned commitments 4. Demonstrate leadership qualities by developing and pursuing ongoing career development goals, and providing knowledge transfer of applicable learning to organization team members 5. Apply clinical skills to include data gathering and analysis, communications with an emphasis on relationship development and growth, demonstration and application of knowledge and expertise in specialized areas Education/Experience: Current and uninterrupted licensure: MD-DO Experience with providing care for the Veteran population is preferred Experience working with or for VA or supporting federal healthcare clients/organizations is preferred Technological Skills: Experienced in one or more major Electronic Health Records Experience with electronic healthcare records design and use of patient experience solutions Required Knowledge and Skills: Ability to initiate and follow through on work independently Proven ability to be prompt, punctual, reliable, and detail-oriented Proven problem-solving skills with ability to analyze situations, identify existing or potential problems, and recommend solutions based on our current or potential future capabilities Proven ability to establish and foster significant relationships Excellent written and verbal communications skills Highly developed interpersonal and customer relationship management skills Ability to lead change management initiatives Professional demeanor, strong work ethic, discrete, resourceful, and ability to maintain confidentiality Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment, and work collaboratively in a team environment Ability to meet assigned deadlines and adapt to changing priorities Exercises fiscal responsibilities Strong quantitative and analytical skills Strong ethics and sound judgment All applicants must be US citizens and able to obtain a Public Trust clearance.xe2x80xaf Edera participates in the E-Verify program. Edera is a drug-free workplace. Edera is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Edera prohibits discrimination against individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected by law. Edera takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, national origin, disability, or veteran status. Job Types: Part-time, Contract, Temporary Benefits: Flexible schedule Schedule: 8 hour shift Monday to Friday Experience: providing care for the Veteran population: 1 year (Preferred) VA or supporting federal healthcare clients/organizations: 1 year (Preferred) License/Certification: Current and uninterrupted licensure: MD-DO (Required) Ability to Relocate: Fayetteville, NC: Relocate before starting work (Required) Work Location: In person

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