The Senior Medical Director of Primary Care holds the accountability in a partnership dyad with the Senior Director of Primary Care Operations and Clinics for the delivery of all primary care services provided at Central City Concern. The Senior Medical Director of Primary Care leads and mentors the organization’s primary care clinical staff, and sets strategic direction in partnership relating to all aspects of primary care services with the Senior Director of Primary Care Operations and Clinics, the Chief Medical Officer, the Executive Health Services Operations Leader, the Office of Integration and Innovation, and the Department of Quality.
The Senior Medical Director of Primary Care also establishes clinical culture and promotes the professional, clinical, and ethical values and standards to which all Primary Care Clinical staff are expected to adhere. The Senior Medical Director of Primary Care promotes the quality and safety of care, establishes and maintains the organization’s standards of clinical care, and has the responsibility for the clinical culture of service excellence, patient safety and continuous improvement.
Generous paid time off plan beginning at 4 weeks per year at the time of hire. Accrual increases with longevity.
Amazing 403(b) Retirement Savings plan with an employer match of 6.25% in your 1st year, 8% in the 2nd year, and 10% in your 3rd year! Fully vested with your first contribution!
10 paid Holidays PLUS 2 Personal Holidays to be used at the employee’s discretion.
Comprehensive Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance coverage.
Employer Paid Life, Short Term Disability, AND Long Term Disability Insurance!
License to practice medicine as a medical doctor or osteopathic physician, in Oregon.
Required: Minimum Four years’ experience providing care or consultation in integrated primary care/behavioral health setting.
Required: Minimum Four years’ experience in established leadership capacity within a healthcare setting
Preferred: Minimum Seven years’ experience in providing medical care as a medical provider for individuals in a Primary Care, Public Health.
Preferred: Clinical experience providing services and/or leadership within an FQHC and/or an HCH homeless clinic setting.
Preferred: Experience providing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) in a primary care setting with Buprenorphine/Naloxone or Buprenorphine.
Current BLS certification or must obtain before start date if not current.
Must have full prescriptive powers in Oregon with a DEA number at the time of start and a DATA X-Waiver within 45 days of start.
Must have admitting privileges at a local hospital or obtain within 90 days of start date.
Must meet CCC privileging requirements as required by FTCA.
If a recovering chemically dependent person, a minimum of two years sobriety is required.
Physical ability to bend, stoop, kneel, squat, twist, reach, pull and lift heavy objects.
Able to climb stairs several times a day.
Must pass a pre-employment drug screen, TB test, and background check.
Must adhere to agency’s non-discrimination policies.
Ability to effectively interact with co-workers and clients with diverse ethnic backgrounds, religious views, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual orientations, and treat each individual with respect and dignity.