MD/DO - Geriatrics - Wilmington, NC - Perm

Location: North Carolina-Wilmington
Duration: Not Specified
Job ID: 1022 (22397045)
Category: Geriatric Physician Job
Company: TinkBird Healthcare Staffing
Contact: Courtney Driver    Call: 9193264112
Job Updated: 08/05/20

MD/DO - Geriatrics - Wilmington, NC - Perm - 1022 (22397045)

*Tweet Tweet* TinkBird Healthcare Staffing is actively seeking a Board Certified Physician for a Geriatric PACE facility in Wilmington, North Carolina. If you would like to hear more details on this opportunity, please contact us at 919-326-4112.

The heart of Wilmington is concentrated in its lively, walkable river district, which showcases the city’s progressive culture and historic setting. Defined by its rich past and a bright future, Wilmington, NC, is a vibrant riverfront city with timeless character that has preserved its historic places, while fostering an ever-evolving independent spirit. Just minutes and ten miles east, Wrightsville Beach offers a totally different experience - five miles of pristine beach and marshland, perfect for mild-to-wild water-sports adventures. South of Wilmington is Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, known as Pleasure Island.

Job Type: Locum to Permanent

Degree: Physician

Specialty: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Geriatrics

Provider Requirements/Preferences:

  • 3 years in medical practice for the Chronic Care population
  • At least 3 years working with a skilled nursing facility, PACE, or hospice
  • Experience working with an interdisciplinary team
  • BC in Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Geriatrics
  • Geriatric certification preferred
  • Knowledge of chronic care/geriatric issues
  • DEA registration

Facility/Job Details:

  • Supervises all medical/paramedical services
  • 25% Supervisory, 75% Direct Patient Care
  • Day to Day Primary Care
  • Oversee 2 Nurse Practitioners
  • Limited On Call consultation
  • Accurate and timely documentation of all services using best practice methods provided through use of a PACE Specific EMR
  • Conducts assessments and reassessments for plans of care as necessary and presents information on participants and interventions to the team appropriately. 
  • Positive interpersonal relationships and clear, consistent communication with staff and clients
  • Attends all scheduled Team, Care Plan meetings, and staff meetings in person or teleconferencing

Start Date: November 30th, 2020

Don't be a loon and let this awesome opportunity fly the coop! Call Lindsay today at 919-473-6998 for more information!