Health Care Administrator/M.D.
Job Family: Professional
Series: Health Care Professional
Job Code: 3571
This job standard may be part of one or more career progressions within the Health Care Professional Series.
Administer and provide clinical services; develop, coordinate, and provide medical oversight to academic medical rotations; and actively participate and provide leadership in strategic planning within the Center for Health & Wellbeing (CHWB) Medical, Women's, and Laboratory clinics in support of University health services.
The duties listed are not all-inclusive. Duties assigned to individual employees may vary.
Administer and provide clinical services, develop, coordinate and provide medical oversight to academic medical rotations, and actively participate and provide leadership in strategic planning within the Center for Health & Wellbeing (CHWB) Medical, Women's and Laboratory clinics in support of University health services; participate in and initiate organizational processes and strategies within the framework of recognized and established University and medical best practice standards to ensure compliance with regulatory and accreditation guidelines.
Oversee Medical, Women's and Laboratory clinic operations and academic medical and nursing rotations; coordinate and participate in chart and peer review, monitor standards of care, and respond to University medical emergencies; oversee and ensure client care guidelines/standards and regulatory and accreditation compliance.
Provide clinical and consultation services; assess, determine diagnosis, evaluate, and prescribe treatment options to clinic patients; educate and counsel both clinic and call-in patients; maintain and ensure compliance of highly confidential records and documentation.
Provide leadership and participate in long-range and strategic planning, operations coordination, budget negotiations, policy and procedure development for CHWB; participate in senior leadership meetings and represent CHWB on committees and work groups.
Serve as resource for internal and external constituents; consult with other providers and medical consultants regarding cases management and referrals to specialists; provide consultation to CHWB staff and participate in on-site clinical instruction/precepting of nursing, medical students, and residents.
Provide administrative supervision to more than two University staff and functional supervision to designated employees and affiliates.
Minimum QualificationsEducation and experience equivalent to:
MD degree, five to seven years' physician practice and administrative and/or leadership experience, Vermont Licensure or eligibility to obtain, and Board eligibility in primary care specialty (pediatrics, adult, family, or internal medicine) required. CPR certification and DEA certification or eligibility required.
Last modified June 14 2013 09:02 AM