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Clinical Instructor, Clinic Chief, Primary Care Physician - Internal Medicine or Family Medicine - Federal Way


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School / Campus / College: School of Medicine

Organization: UW Neighborhood Clinic

Title: Clinical Instructor, Clinic Chief, Primary Care Physician - Internal Medicine or Family Medicine - Federal Way


Position Details


Position Description

University of Washington Primary Care and Population Health, in conjunction with the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and the Department of Family Medicine, is seeking a Clinic Chief for its Federal Way Clinic.

The ideal candidate should have leadership and clinical experience, be Board Certified/Board Eligible, and possess strong communication and team building skills. UWNC is committed to supporting clinician leaders in their professional growth, and the position would offer ongoing training and opportunities to collaborate with Medical Directors in a wide range of clinical leadership activities.

The Clinic Chief is a UWNC provider and meets all the requirements thereof.

Responsibilities will include: 

  • Collaboration with the Clinic Manager to provide leadership for the clinic providers and staff.
  • Effective communication with clinic providers and network leadership.
  • Support of a positive work environment for all providers and staff, modeling the highest level of professionalism.
  • Support and implementation of quality improvement efforts, process improvement and NCQA Medical Home activities.
  • Participation in the annual budget process.

We offer:

  • Teaching opportunities
  • Competitive compensation and benefits
  • A culture supportive of work/life balance
  • UWSOM & UW Medicine affiliation
  • Strong network of specialists

Job requirements:

  • Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree and completion of internship and residency requirements, Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant degree.
  • Board Certified/Board Eligible with ability to be recertified when necessary.
  • Current Washington State medical license and current unrestricted DEA Certificate.
  • UW Faculty Appointment and an active medical staff appointment at UWMC or HMC.
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License.

UW Neighborhood Clinics is a network of primary and urgent care clinics that offer exceptional career opportunities. Our clinics have received Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition from the National Committee for Quality​ Assurance (NCQA). This highlights the unique and comprehensive care delivery that we have in place to serve the needs of our patients, including behavioral health, care management, lab and radiology, and a fully integrated electronic medical record. Through our affiliation with the world-class University of Washington School of Medicine and the top ranked primary care training program in the United States, our employees have the distinct advantage to provide our patients with an exceptionally high level of innovative care.

 

Qualifications

Candidates must have earned an MD or DO, or foreign equivalent, completed residency, and should be board certified or board eligible in Internal Medicine.  Candidates will need to possess or obtain a valid Washington State medical license and DEA cert.

Instructions

Apply here by uploading your CV and cover letter.
If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact:
Deirdre Kayne Mimura, Physician Recruiter for UW Neighborhood Clinics
dkayne@uw.edu

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