Senior Services Physician - OutpatientJob ID 193144BR Date posted 05/02/2023
- Austin, MN
- Full Time
- Senior Care
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The Division of Community Internal Medicine, Section of Senior Services is seeking a general internist or family medicine physician to provide clinical/outpatient services for high-risk older adults in subacute and long-term skilled nursing facilities. The physician will join a primary care team consisting of physicians and advanced practice providers who specialize in this care.
The full-time positions are located in the primary care clinics on our Austin and Albert Lea Campuses. Care is provided in skilled nursing facilities in and around the Austin and Albert Lea communities. The physician will work collaboratively with advanced practice providers to provide holistic care including acute, chronic, preventive and palliative care services. The provision of care includes but is not limited to comprehensive evaluation, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests, prescription of pharmacologic agents and treatments and non-pharmacologic therapies, and counseling patients including advanced care planning. Ideal candidates have experience in Primary care, Geriatrics and Palliative Care. Travel will be required throughout the Southeast Minnesota region, and may include shared time in Rochester. The physician working in the facilities may have the opportunity to be the medical director of the facility as well.
This opportunity also includes:
- Access to collaborative consults from health system specialty physicians, in addition to onsite pharmacy and social work
- Good balance of subacute and long-term care patients, with medical directorship opportunities available
- Opportunity for a blended practice of primary outpatient internal medicine or family medicine, and senior services care delivery
- Mentorship and coaching support are available
- Opportunity for education and research
Board Eligible or Board Certified (BE/BC) in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Fellowship is highly desirable
Must have or be able to obtain a Minnesota Medical License
Must have M.D., D.O., or equivalent degree
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