Physician - Geriatric Medicine

New Philadelphia, PA 17959

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Our client is an MSP working with a facility/clinic in Woodlyn, PA.


  • ANY of the following valid licenses/certifications:
    • Board Certified in Pennsylvania (PA)
    • Medical Doctor (MD) in Pennsylvania (PA)
    • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) in Pennsylvania (PA)
    • CDS in Pennsylvania (PA)
    • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Pennsylvania (PA)
    • American Heart Association Basic Life Support (AHA BLS) in Pennsylvania (PA)
  • Doctorate degree
  • 1+ years of experience in ANY of the following:
    • EMR TruChart
    • Geriatric Care
    • Family Medicine
    • Internal Medicine
  • Have you spoken with a Relode recruiter on the phone about this opportunity?
  • Are you a US Citizen?
  • Are you able to commit to working the full time schedule listed in the job description?
  • Are you looking for a full time/permanent position?


Physician - Geriatric Medicine (Perm) LOCATION Philadelphia PA SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIRED AT NAME CLEAR UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. Board Certified in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine - REQUIRED Board Certified in Geriatric Medicine - PREFERRED Active PA license - REQUIRED CDS Certification - REQUIRED DEA Registration - REQUIRED Availability to begin working and state interest in Perm - REQUIRED Minimum 1 year working with the frail or elderly population - REQUIRED BLS - REQUIRED Clean/Clear malpractice - HIGHLY PREFERRED EMR TruChart experience - HIGHLY PREFERRED *Please note: •Minimum of 1 year experience working with the frail or elderly population is required (no new grads) •Not accepting visa candidates •Provider must be interested in Perm (not accepting Locums) Job Description: •Shift is Monday - Friday 8:00a - 4:30p with on call requirements.  Call is evenly distributed among all providers, approximately 5 to 7 days per month as is chosen by the provider. •Provide primary medical care to participants, including assessment, development of a plan of care in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team, provision of direct participant medical care, and evaluation of effectiveness of the plan of care •Function in a collegial relationship with the other health care professionals, making independent decisions regarding medical needs and health regimens, while carrying out medical procedures as indicated. •Refer participants to medical specialist as indicated.  •Manages all care of participants in the nursing home: Provides regular visits to manage the care of participants in the nursing home in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Team; maintains communication with nursing home staff for continuous monitoring of PACE participants on a case-by-case basis; admits nursing home participants to hospital when necessary.  Oversees and manages participant’s use of medical specialist and inpatient care.  Communicates and follows up with specialist regarding outcome of visit. •Complete documentation and uses appropriate diagnostic coding. Compensation and Benefits: •Warm and supportive environment •Learn the industry's best, easy-to-use, advanced technology •Career paths and professional development •Flexibility •Excel with supportive, motivated colleagues in an inspiring environment •Enjoy a truly patient-centered focus •Health, dental and vision insurance •Short and long-term disability •403b •Generous paid time off •Mileage reimbursement •Comprehensive orientation


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