Our Primary Care Practitioners provide high quality, comprehensive medical care and treatment to a diverse safety-net patient population in a patient-centered, team-based model with an emphasis on the prevention of disease, promotion of health, and management of chronic disease. The clinical team includes certified medical assistants, RN care coordinators, clinical pharmacists, health navigators, and behavioral health consultants.
To allow the time to deliver high quality care to patients with complex needs, our practitioners manage panels between 700 and 1,200 patients and see about 14 patients per day. After-hours call is shared among the full primary care group and supported by a nurse triage line that manages the vast majority of after-hours requests. Our providers have the option of teaching medical residents from several organizations as well as medical students from the local medical school.
MD/DO annual salary range of $162,000 - $198,000.
PA annual salary range of $95,281 - $129,568.
FNP annual salary range of $93,597 - $135,364.
Paid vacation, holiday, and sick leave; and a great work-life balance with no weekend clinic hours.
Continuing Medical Education funds available, along with employer funding for professional licensure and board certification fees. DEA is free for our practitioners due to our funding sources as an FQHC.
Generous medical, dental and vision benefits.
Deferred Compensation 457b retirement plan with employer contribution and optional employee contribution.
Part-time and Full-time positions may be available depending on the site. The cost of some benefits may be higher for part-time employees.
MD/DO/PA: unrestricted Oregon Medical License (license to practice in the State of Oregon or licensed in a different state with the ability to obtain an Oregon license).
FNP: unrestricted Oregon Nursing License (license to practice in the State of Oregon or licensed in a different state with the ability to obtain an Oregon license).
Valid Oregon driver's license.
Physician providers are board eligible/certified in a primary care specialty (FP or IM).
Nurse Practitioners holds FNP specialty certification.
Hiring is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
Benton County requires all Health Services and Clinic employees to complete their primary COVID-19 vaccination series or have an approved exception to the requirement due to a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief. Successful candidates for this position must submit vaccination documentation or be approved for an exception prior to their first day of employment. Failure to provide proof of full documentation or receipt of an approved exception will lead to withdrawal of the job offer.
Please ensure you have provided a thorough and updated application as it pertains to the position for which you are applying. Your application materials will be used to determine salary based on a pay equity assessment. For further information, please click on the link: Oregon Pay Equity Law
The Ideal Candidate:
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Passionate about primary care, perhaps with additional interests which align with the specialty needs of our population (i.e. SUD, Transgender, Veterans, agricultural workers, houseless).
Approaches chronic pain in a manner that follows the latest clinical guidelines.
Manages patient’s preventive care needs, including USPSTF guidelines and CDC vaccine recommendations.
Enjoys working with diverse patients, including those living with mental illness, English as a second language, and other social influences on health.