Physician - Physiatry - Cone Health Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

ID 2022-10744
Location
Cone Health Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Work Location
US-NC-Greensboro
Division : Name
Cone Health Medical Group
Department : Name
HSD-40322 Phys Med Rehab Physc
Category
PHYSICIAN
Position Sub-Category
PHYS MED REHAB
Position Type
Full Time
Employment Type
Employee
Exempt/NonExempt
Exempt
FTE
1.00
Provider Schedule (specific schedule)
full time
On call Required
Yes
Sub Category
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Overview

 

Cone Health Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is recruiting team-oriented Physiatrists. This is an excellent opportunity to join our collaborative, quality-driven PM&R team. Must have the ability and desire to thrive in a patient experience culture with attention to value of care to help patients get back to a productive, independent lifestyle.

 

Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital
• CARF Accredited since 1992, established over 30 years ago
• 49 Beds and a 4.54 overall STARS Patient Satisfaction
• Collaborative Interdisciplinary Team Approach
• 45 Therapist Consist of: Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Recreational
• On-Site Support: 65-Nurses, 2 Physician Assistants, 3-Social Workers, Dieticians, Neuropsychologist, Case Managers, Referral Specialists
• Support Groups: Stroke, Brian Injury, and Amputees
• Real World Settings: Complete Apartment, Car and various Outdoor Grades
• Hospitalists Provide Night Coverage

 

Outpatient Rehabilitation Programs
• 12 Outpatient Rehabilitation Centers located in 3 Counties
• Pediatric, Adult and Geriatric Specialist Teams
• Multi-Disciplinary Neurological Rehab
• Extensive range of Services and Programs

 

Outpatient Practice
• 5 Physicians, 1 Nurse Practitioner, Neuropsychologist, Psychometricians
• C-Arm On-Site utilizing a Radiation Room in a Sterile Field
• 11 Exam and 2 Procedure Rooms
• Therapies: Acupuncture, Botox, Cold, Heat, Injections, Radiofrequency Ablation
• Support Staff: 3 CMAs, 1 RN, 4 Administrative Staff


Cone Health, established in 1953, is a 501c(3), not-for-profit hospital system serving people in Guilford, Forsyth, Rockingham, Alamance, Randolph, Caswell and surrounding counties with (6) Hospitals, (5) Ambulatory Care Centers, (3) Outpatient Surgery Centers, (7) Urgent Care Centers, a Retirement Community, more than 140 physician practice sites and multiple Centers of Excellence.


Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital of Greensboro tied for top honors in this year’s annual ranking of North Carolina’s best hospitals. Business North Carolina’s annual list is calculated using more than 25 health care metrics, including information collected by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The report includes patient-satisfaction surveys, as well as infection, readmission and mortality rates for common procedures. Other factors include safety report cards by the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit The Leapfrog Group, distinction awards from insurer Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and national performance ratings from U.S. News & World Report.


Greensboro is centrally located in North Carolina’s picturesque heartland and was ranked as the 14th “Best Big City” in the US for having high salaries, affordable cost of living and a great job market for physicians. Our growing community has more than 530,000 people with a referral base of greater than a million.

 

If you are interested in practicing with one of the region’s largest and most innovative healthcare organizations, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Donna Talbert
Cone Health | Medical Group Development

Talent Pool: Physicians

Responsibilities


Education/Training: Utilizes literature and attends regional and national meetings to remain current and professionally competent. Participates inpatient, staff, and professional education programs. Participates in educational and research programs including didactic material , formal teaching conferences, clinical teaching, staff education conferences, and clinical research.

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Liaison: Participates in liaison duties with the other professional staff, and in development of patient referral sources. Keeps referring physicians informed of care and outcomes.

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Patient Care; Provides direct and indirect patient care to the assigned areas. Provides medical supervision of the interdisciplinary team and supervises residents and medical students in all aspects of their assigned duties. Participates in clinical research projects of interest. Provides accurate and timely documentation and sign off of care to establish up-to-date medical records for billing purposes.

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Professional Standards: Models and upholds the professional standards of MCHS including the Medical Staff By-Laws, Service Excellence commitments, practice standards, physician expectations and professional image standards. Acts in concert with MCHS Mission, Visio, and Values. Demonstrates collegial and respectful relationships with colleagues, patients, associates, family, and visitors. Upholds Socratic Oath, honors patient confidentiality, and acts with integrity at all times. Works in alignment and contributes towards achieving the goals and standards of MCHS.

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Quality and Safety: Participates, as needed, in medical audits, quality improvement programs, investigations, peer review, and other inquiries relating to the standards of professional care. Provides medical supervision and leadership to the interdisciplinary team to achieve the maximum benefit for each patient. Ensures safe practice standards and regulatory compliance.

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Quality Improvement: Engages in continuous improvements and use of evidence based practices working towards preeminent healthcare and service (with outcomes moving into the 90th percentile or above). Maintain records in accordance with the policies of MCHS, applicable laws and regulations. participates in development of clinical guidelines, procedures, programs, and makes recommendations to improve quality and efficiency of care. Shares specifically designated on-call responsibilities with other physician members of the assigned areas.

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Qualifications


EDUCATION:
Required: Doctor of Medicine (MD), Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) from a Medical School recognized by the North Carolina Medical Board. Also medical degrees from other countries that are equivalent to the United States MD or DO degrees from a Medical School recognized by the North Carolina Medical Board.

EXPERIENCE:
Required: Completed appropriate residency training (and fellowship training as required).

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRY/LISTING:
REQUIRED

Required: Practitioner must have completed the number of years in a residency program approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and met all other requirements for eligibility to receive board certification recognized by either the American Board of Medical Specialties or the American Osteopathic Association in the primary medical specialty (or subspecialty) for which the Practitioner is applying for Clinical Privileges. If five (5) or more years have elapsed since the Practitioner completed such residency program, the Practitioner currently must have board-certification recognized by either the American Board of Medical Specialties or the American Osteopathic Association in such specialty (or subspecialty).

Fully licensed to practice Medicine in the state of NC.

Meets requirements of the Moses Cone Health System Medical Staff by-laws and obtains the appropriate level of medical staff privileges.

The Practitioner must have a current, and valid DEA registration number, with no involuntary limitations on prescriptive authority (schedule limitations) resulting from DEA disciplinary actions.

Each Practitioner shall maintain in force professional liability insurance as determined by the Moses Cone Health System Medical Executive Committee and Board of Trustees; currently $1 million each incident and each occurrence, and $3 million aggregate. The Practitioner must provide proof of professional liability insurance coverage, with a current certificate of insurance or a current copy of the policy. The professional liability insurance coverage shall be with a company approved by the North Carolina Insurance Commission and otherwise satisfactory to the Board of Trustees.

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