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Medical Provider - Endocrinologist

Job Details


Position Summary:
The Endocrinologist is a member of the interdisciplinary health care team which functions to meet the objectives of the programs in Northeast Community Clinic. The Endocrinologist will be responsible for providing complete clinical care for all patients under the direction of the Medical Director and by written protocols. Endocrinologist works in conjunction with the Medical Director in implementing and maintaining quality care programs.

Flexible, may require some evening and weekends

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Diagnose and medically manage all endocrine disorders.
Conduct thorough assessments through medical, social, and developmental histories, appropriate tests, and physical examinations.
Perform all appropriate endocrinology diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
Provide consultory guidance and appropriate reports to authorized requesting healthcare providers Complete documentation and billing in a timely fashion.
Triage all emergent and urgent patients with endocrine disorders.
Consult with and refer patients to a specialist when appropriate.
Comply with NECC’s P&Ps, local, state, and federal regulations as well as program guidelines and regulation such as CHDP, Managed Care organizations, health plans, and other programs.
Provide mid-level supervision to Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners with an authorized scope of services in Endocrinology.
Participation in Northeast Community Clinic’s Continuing Quality Improvement (CQI) program.
Provide case management with other health care team members.
Provide consultations to other Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and other members of the NECC healthcare team.
Maintain a positive working relationship with staff.
Other duties as designated by the Medical Director or Executive Director.


Minimum Requirements
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Excellent Communication Skills
Excellent Customer Service (Bedside Manners)
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
Ability to work as a team player and work independently
Reliable transportation
Must be able to travel from facility to facility
This position requires 10 % travel outside the local area.

Required Education/Experience and/or Licensure/Certifications
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree from an accredited university (if foreign medical graduate, must pass all required USMLE exams and/or completed an accredited residency program in the
Active California Medical License (M.D. or D.O.)
Must have a Nat'l Provider Identifier (NPI), or obtain an NPI, prior to employment start date.
Have approved credentials with Health Plans
Board Eligible/Board Certified in Endocrinology
Active DEA License
Current CPR and/or BLS Certification
Valid State Identification

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
OSHA Category 1 Involves exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues.
The work is majority of the time non-sedentary in nature.
The employee is regularly required to communicate, frequently required to use repetitive motions, move, remain stationary, regularly push, pull and lift up to 20 pounds and occasionally push, pull and lift up to 40 pounds.
Must possess mobility to work in a standard office/clinic setting (in some cases both settings) and to use standard office/clinic equipment, including a computer, stamina to maintain attention to detail despite interruptions, read printed materials and use a computer, and communicate in person and over the telephone.