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Medical Director

Posted: 05/02/2024

Medical Director 
Southcentral Alaska 
$DOE and excellent benefits
 
Incredible opportunity to live and work in one of the most stunning locations in Alaska!
 
This role provides direct acute primary health care services including diagnosis, treatment, referral, and follow-up. The position will provide supervision and direction to medical staff. Other important contributions in this role include presenting to staff and community, to educate and inform. A robust position in a thriving community, for an exceptional individual. If this is you, we’d like to meet you soon! 
 
If you’re interested, apply here or send your resume to jobs@peopleak.com today!
 
Some of the perks: 
  • Health Insurance
  • Vision/Dental/Life insurance, 100% paid for by employer
  • 401K with 7% employer contribution
  • 13 paid holidays
  • PTO
  • Onsite 24 gym access 
 
Would you like to: 
  • Provide consistent personnel management and financial oversight
  • Provide patient care services via ambulatory clinic/long-term care facility, telehealth, or home visit
  • Educate patients in the nature of their health conditions, recommend therapies, promote good health and disease prevention
  • Establish patient care goals; counsel/educate patient, friends/family reinforcing understanding of disease, medications, and self-care skills.  Provide emotional and psychological support throughout the process
  • Audit patient/department records; monitor workloads, identify peak/slack periods, make adjustments as necessary 
  • Write and update policies and procedures
  • Be available for staff consultation 
  • Maintain partnerships with medical organizations at local, state and national levels 
  • Recognize, identify, and resolve issues without direct supervision
  • Take a systems approach to problem-solving and process improvement
  • Provide instruction to employees
  • Provide monthly report to supervisor
You need:  
  • Medical Doctor (MD), Doctor of Medicine of Osteopathy (DO) from a school in the United States by a recognized accredited body in the year of the applicant’s graduation
  • Progressively responsible administrative/management work in an ambulatory health facility which indicates ability to acquire knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of this position
  • Minimum five years of supervisory experience
PeopleAK is here for you! 
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