Physician – Emergency Medicine

Prairie Band, LLC & Subsidiaries View Company Profile

Description:Seeking LOCAL LOCUMs Higher than usual pay, 4 shifts per month required minimum, nights and holidays are needed as well, apply now! PIMC only serves the Native American population, we offer a great work environment. This is an Independent Contractor assignment that is ongoing, we are hired by the Government to staff this ED.Emergency Physician: Shift options include – Variable, day or night, 12-hour shift, seven days a week (holidays and weekends)12-hour shifts: 0600 xe2x80x93 1800 0700 xe2x80x93 1900 1000 xe2x80x93 2200 1800 xe2x80x93 0600 1900 xe2x80x93 0700 STATEMENT OF WORK – Emergency Physician: Medical Officer (Emergency Medicine) who provides direct care and services in the specialty area of Emergency Medicine.Provide comprehensive and continuing health and medical care services for adult and pediatric patients. Handle the full range of cases and problems in specialty, including the very difficult and complex. Cases are sometimes critical and require immediate decisions. Functions as consultant specialist to PIMC medical personnel and to physicians at Indian Health Service field hospitals. Participates in teaching activities as needed.Provide emergency care as required, by interviewing (if possible) and examining any and all patients seeking emergency care. Contract physician(s) review past medical history, and immediately requests and/or performs diagnostic tests and examinations deemed necessary to obtain all possible information related to each case. Make preliminary diagnosis, directs, prescribes or provides treatment, or arranges for specialized care or patient referral as required. Physician(s) base medical decisions upon information obtained and professional medical knowledge and skills. Makes notes of observations and incorporates these into clinical records. Provide definitive management, in all medical categories, for cases that do not require a referral. The provider gives total patient care including prevention, developing patient care plans, health maintenance, early diagnosis, providing instruction/counsel, treatment, and follow-up services to patients under his/her care. Respond to all xe2x80x98Code Bluexe2x80x9d pages throughout the PIMC campus. Comply with all PIMC policies and procedures. Prepare and complete, in a timely fashion, the medical and other required records for all parties he/she admits or in any way provides care for the hospital or health care facility (Service Unit Medical By-Laws).Provide for the consistent performance of patient care processes in accordance with the CMS Conditions of Participation and EMTALA, and the Joint Commission. The physician(s) shall also adhere to the Comprehensive Accreditation Manuals for Hospitals, The Laboratory Standards and Ambulatory Care Standards as they represent the scope of services of this contract. The Indian Health Service is moving toward a 100% use of the electronic health record (EHR). Once the emergency department is converted over to this electronic health record the contract provider(s) shall use the system for documentation. At that time, PIMC will provide training to all E.D. providers on the use of the EHR. Provider(s) conducts urgent/emergent services, making observations appropriate to the patientxe2x80x99s underlying disease and treatment plan.Physician(s) review the patientxe2x80x99s medications, diet therapy course, and management plan. The provider modifies regimen as indicated. Physician instructs and counsels patients and family members as required. Refer patients to appropriate contracted medical (or other) facilities, providing full clinical information for care and diagnostic procedures that cannot be adequately provided at local IHS facilities. Coordinates and integrates information obtained into the ongoing Health Care Program at the Service Unit and assures timely follow-up care as required. Complete all necessary paperwork for Contract Health Services for all patients referred. Work closely with allied health professionals (i.e., nursing, Community Health Nurse, Social Workers, Health Educator, etc.) to utilize and coordinate the services of Health Care Professionals in the management of the patientxe2x80x99s medical, psychological and social problems. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or status as a protected veteran.Prairie Band Health Services is subject to Title 22: Employment Code of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation. In accordance with Title 22, this position is designated as a TIER 1 position. Preference will be given to individuals to the extent required pursuant to Section 22-2-4(B). To be considered for employment with Indian Preference, documentation is required to be provided at time of application. PM21Requirements:1) Must have completed an Emergency Medicine residency.2) American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) or American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine (AOBEM) Board Certified/Board Eligible Emergency Medicine Physicians.3) Must have an active and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the state of Arizona or one of the other 49 states in the USA, or the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.In addition to Board Certification the Indian Health Services requires current active Life Certifications listed below: 4) BLS (Basic Life Support)5) ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)6) PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)7) ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support)

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