Job ID: 289294801  |  Last Updated: 3/14/2016

Family Physician or Med/Peds Physician

Fenway: South End
Boston, MA
Applicant Contact
Tashia Graham
HR Generalist
(617) 927-6240
(617) 927-6251

Job Description

Fenway Health is New Englands premiere provider of healthcare to the LGBT community. It is both a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home and a Joint Commission accredited Federally Qualified Health Center. We offer competitive salaries, strong leadership, excellent organizational supports, and a compelling patient mix. Fenway: South End (FSE) is one of our satellite practices with a homey feel and a reputation for being the organizations trend setter when it comes to team work, efficiency and patient-centered care. FSE has its own pharmacy and lab, and provides on-site behavioral health, case management, and nutrition support. Known for its excellence in HIV care and mens health, FSE is evolving into a diverse practice as it expands its service to include trans-identified individuals, women, children of all ages, LGBT families, and underserved members of the surrounding neighborhoods.

As the leader of a multidisciplinary team, the family or med/peds physician will provide full-spectrum patient care with the support of nursing and behavioral health staff. The MD or DO is responsible for leading his/her team and may supervise advanced practice clinicians, residents, and medical students in this capacity. Responsibilities include: providing direct medical services, psychosocial screening and evaluations to patients; performing a variety of medical procedures such as biopsies, incision and drainage, cryotherapy, and minor surgical procedures; maintaining patient records and documentation; and participating in educational conferences, training efforts, and practice improvement initiatives.

Appropriate Massachusetts licensure as well as Board certification
Minimum of 2 years of primary care clinical experience as an MD or DO
An interest in and/or experience working with families with children is preferred
Interest in LGBT health highly desirable
The provider will be expected to maintain controlled substance licensure in MA and a federal DEA license
Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

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