Family Medicine Physician with OB
Seeking full-time Family Medicine Physician with OB who believes in health and well-being for all. Must have or be able to secure a Montana license, DEA, board eligible and board certified within one year. Hospital work and call schedule is required.
Southwest Montana Community Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center with Level III NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home recognition. We’re a National Health Service Corps (NHSC) site for Loan Repayment and Scholarships with a HPSA Score of 18.
Salary $150,000-$200,000 DOE; new graduates encouraged to apply; relocation assistance available
SWMTCHC Core Competencies, Mission, and Vision
Integrity and Trust
Is widely trusted; is seen as a direct and truthful individual; can present the unvarnished truth in an appropriate and helpful manner; keeps confidences; admits mistakes; doesn’t misrepresent him/her self for personal gain.
Maintains confidentiality of others’ personal information; can be trusted to represent the SWMTCHC outside the organization; meets and complies with all medical, regulatory, and licensing standards; takes ownership of their own actions and is accountable for their own mistakes; follows through on what they say they will do.
Mission and Vision Integration
Adheres to the Mission and Vision of the SWMTCHC during both good and bad times; is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of the SWMTCHC mission and vision; acts in line with the values of the mission.
To inspire hope and empower wellness by providing access to comprehensive healthcare
A stronger Montana through community and wellness
Articulates and sincerely demonstrates the mission consistently through examples such as: treating all people (patients/staff/other agencies, etc.) equally; non-judgmentally; listens to others without making assumptions, uses eye contact and acknowledges others; makes decisions that are focused on the patient/staff. Demonstrates strong emotional intelligence attributes.
Understands and supports the team approach; is seen as team player and is cooperative; easily gains the trust and support of peers; encourages collaboration; can be candid with peers; fosters dialogue; creates a feeling of belonging to the team; communicates openly and clearly.
Effectively able to communicate (can give and receive both positive and constructive feedback) with peer group and other staff to get the message across; knows appropriate team members to consult relative to the issue or situation; willingly shares knowledge and information with appropriate team members; actively seeks opportunities to help the team.
Minimum Position Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Performs comprehensive health assessments and physical examinations of patients
- Provides preventative health measures and chronic disease management
- Initiates and interprets diagnostic tests
- Documents clinical findings and formulates plan and prognosis based on patient’s condition
- Consults with other health care professionals to insure quality, evidence based care
- Performs follow-up care when indicated
- Coordinates care between specialty providers as needed
- Knowledge and understanding of electronic health record system(s) and how to operate a computer
- Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally
- Other duties as required or assigned
Practices with the scope of education, training, and personal capabilities
Follows federal, state and local legal guidelines; follows license criteria when licensure applies
Maintains HIPAA compliance
Maintains OSHA compliance
Reports any evidence of abuse or neglect to provider or appropriate official
Supervision: This position has no supervisory responsibilities
Immediate Supervisor: Medical Director; in their absence, designee
Physical Demands/Working Conditions:
General office/clinic conditions are pleasant; good, clean working conditions where accident and hazards are negligible; requires short periods of moderate lifting, pushing or pulling objects up to twenty-five pounds. Clear diction and acute hearing are necessary for effective communication with the staff and public. Requires the ability to stand for extended periods; perform functions requiring hand and finger dexterity, close vision and depth perception; requires the ability to reach and extend arms and hands. Work is performed during clinic hours of M-F 8am-7pm and Sa-Su 8am-5pm with some on-call duties. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Southwest Montana is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Benefits include: medical, dental and vision plans; paid vacation, sick, and holiday time; company-paid life and AD&D policy; stipend for continuing education; between 4 and 7 days annually of continuing education paid time; yearly stipend to cover licensing and professional membership fees; retirement plan 403(b) with employer match contribution after one year.
The Southwest Montana Community Health Center carries the mission to Inspire hope and empower wellness by providing access to comprehensive healthcare. We live this mission every day by carrying out our vision of “A stronger Montana through community and wellness”.
The Southwest Montana Community Health Center offers primary medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services to everyone. The private nonprofit clinic is always taking new patients and accepts every type of insurance, including Medicaid, Medicare and all private insurance.
The clinic is a mission-driven clinic guided by volunteer community members. For more than 30 years, its mission has been to provide care to people regardless of their ability to pay for that care. It receives a grant from the federal government which allows it to offer discounts to patients who meet income and eligibility guidelines.
The community health center offers high-quality team care and has received recognition for its patient-centered care efforts in which a team of professionals care for a patient so they have the opportunity to live their healthiest life. The organization employs more than 150 people including doctors, nurses, mid-level providers, pharmacists, dentists, care managers, insurance specialists and support staff. All staff are committed to our guiding values that are: quality, access, and accountability.
The SWMTCHC has multiple sites, including the main site in Butte, clinics in Dillon and Anaconda and pharmacies in Butte, Dillon, and Sheridan.
Nestled in the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains of Southwest Montana, between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks is Montana’s most unique city offering; small-town charm with a big city feel. Within minutes of city-center are miles of non-motorized and motorized trails, ski areas, waterways offering fishing and floating opportunities and wildlife watching. Butte is where the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDNST) offers 13 trail heads to pristine vistas and open areas. Home to one of the nation’s largest National Historic Landmark Districts is a wealth of turn of the 20th century architecture most listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We celebrate the history of our mining industrialization with; stories and culture of the men and women who immigrated to Butte America from western European countries. Please visit BUTTE ELEVATED or VISIT SOUTHWEST MONTANA for more information about the community of Butte and the area of Southwestern Montana.