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FM - Lead Physician Special Populations

  • Outpatient opportunity in San Francisco serving a diverse patient population
  • Evenings and weekends off plus no call
  • Excellent compensation packages plus federal loan repayment
165 Capp Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

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Job Description

  • Hours: 4-5 Days per Week | Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome to Apply
  • Languages Required: Spanish - Medical
  • Average patients seen: Clinical and Administrative Time
  • Call Schedule: Rotated
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Salary up to $180,000
  • Benefits:
    - Kaiser Medical- MNHC Pays up to 92.5% of Premium for Employee and Dependents
    - Vision- MNHC pays 100%
    - Dental- MNHC Pays 100%
    - 11 Holidays Annually
    - 120 Hours Vacation Years 1-4, 160 Hours Vacation After Year 5
    - 96 Hours Paid Sick Leave
    - 1 Birthday Holiday and 1 Floating Holiday
    - 401k- MNHC May Contribute up to 4% of an Employee's Annual salary to the 401k
    - FSA
    - Life Insurance, $30,000 Benefit for Employee Only- MNHC Pays 100%
    - 40 Paid Hours of Educational Leave
    - DEA License- MNHC Pays 100%
    - CME Allowance
    - Incentive Program
    - Relocation Assistance Negotiable
  • Additional Information:
    - Spanish needed, but willing to work with marginal Spanish speakers who want to improve
    - Must possess or be in the process of obtaining a California License
    - DEA License required
    - 2 years of practice experience preferred
    - Knowledge of and sensitivity to working with diverse cultures/communities.
    - Sensitivity to HIV/AIDS, homelessness and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues.

    - Option to be mentored to become a Medical Leader as well as training and guidance to take care of the homeless and HIV populations
    - Provider will supervise nurse practitioners and indirectly supervise the HIV and MNRC charge nurses.

    - The Lead Physician will be responsible for providing medical services and the health supervision and maintenance of the patients receiving services at the MNRC Homeless.
    - During Administrative time, the Lead Physician of Special Populations acts as the point person for staff regarding medical services all medical issues.