$80K — $100K *
Provides evidence based direct patient care to include comprehensive clinical assessment, diagnosing, planning and treatment of a range of health issues/illness or injuries for patients. Identifies expected outcomes from assessment data and diagnosis and develops a comprehensive individualized plan of care that includes interventions, treatments and follow up recommendations. Communicates patient data to interdisciplinary team as appropriate. Prescribes pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies as appropriate.
2. Consults with and provides collaborative/supervision to inter disciplinary team in assessing, defining and administering patient care interventions and treatment. Provides direction and education to the interdisciplinary support staff as indicated.
3. Facilitates decisions and actions on behalf of patients in an ethical manner by maintaining patient confidentiality, acting as a patient advocate and assisting patients so they can advocate for themselves. Communicates plan of care to patient and family regularly. Assists patient and family in becoming informed consumers about risk and benefits of treatment and care as well as health promotion and preventative care. Provides follow-up recommendations as appropriate.
4. Follows established documentation practices to ensure that the medical record accurately reflects the intensity of service, severity of illness, and contains all required diagnostic and treatment information for the episode of illness or injury.
5. Collaborate and consults with other physicians as needed on patient care evaluation and management.
6. Collaborates with NCH Medical Group administrative leadership in areas of resource utilization, practice efficiency and quality protocols and practice goals.
7. Collaboratively aligns with NCH Medical Staff in accordance with established by-laws.
8. Adheres to all Northwest Community Hospital standards, policies, and procedures.
1. Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine with current license to practice medicine in the state of Illinois.
2. Board certification or Board eligible in specialty area.
3. Active DEA and Illinois Controlled Substance License
4. Current CPR certification or specialty specific advanced life support (ACLS, ATLS, PALS) certification obtained through American Heart Association.
5. The interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with patients, families, medical personnel, and other members of the health care team in a compassionate and customer oriented manner.
6. Current knowledge of evidence-based standards of medical care for specialty area.
7. The ability to perform effectively and efficiently under the pressure of stressful emergency situations.
8. Ability to prioritize patient care to support efficient patient flow in in NCH facilities or NCH Medical Group offices.
9. Ability to work a flexible schedule and to assist in covering vacancies when necessary.
Valid through: 8/14/2020