Information provided below is a general description of responsibilities; it is not intended to provide an all-inclusive list of responsibilities and may change depending on the needs of CUSM.
Provide physician services for one of the four clinics of the Department of Public Health. The current clinic assignment is Hesperia, however, CUSM has the right to change the clinic to any of the other sites or any other clinical site of similar nature.
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine Attending
Advances the education, research, and clinical missions of the academic medical center in all areas of Internal Medicine/ Family Medicine.
Provide medical supervision and clinical oversight to all mid-level staff, as requested/assigned
Follow and adhere to a monthly provider schedule
Work with associated local hospitals for coordination of care of health center patients and activities.
comply with the policies and procedures applicable to the FQHC locations, and all relevant Federal and State laws and regulations, and in addition to all County of San Bernardino policies, procedures, and standard practices
Maintain records of medical care using the Electronic Health Record (EHR) and completion of documentation (e.g. off work orders, disability forms, etc.) as required by the Public Health
Director or designee
Engage in service-level practice to ensure appropriate supervision of mid-levels in accordance with all regulatory requirements, local, state and federal. This includes supervision and clinical oversight of all mid-level practitioners.
Provide and adhere to current evidence-based clinical guidelines, standards of care, standard of practice in the provision of health center services
Assist in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and practice guidelines for primary care mid-level practitioners
Participate in continuous quality improvement, peer reviews, and chart audit activities based on identified HRSA performance measures
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