ERP International is seeking a full time Physician, Invasive Cardiologist in support of David Grant Medical Center at Travis AFB, CA.
Be the Best! Join our team of exceptional health care talent at Travis AFB. Come discover the immense job satisfaction and pride ERP Employees have in caring for our Military Members, their Families and Retired Military Veterans!
* Excellent Compensation!
* Full Time Position Day Shift, 0730 - 1630 Monday – Friday!
* Rotating On-Call, with Minimal Overage/Call-Back On-Call, required: 1 week every 2-4 weeks
* Call-Back: 1-2 Times per one week of call, with possibility of working 4-6 hours.
* Malpractice Insurance Provided!
Apply online today and discover more about this exceptional practice opportunity at Travis AFB! www.erpinternational.com
About ERP International, LLC:
ERP is a nationally respected provider of health, science, and technology solutions supporting clients in the government and commercial sectors. We provide comprehensive enterprise information technology, strategic sourcing, and management solutions to DoD and federal civilian agencies in 40 states. Founded in 2006, ERP is headquartered in Laurel, MD and maintains satellite offices in Montgomery, AL and San Antonio, TX - plus project locations nationwide. ERP is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Disability and Veteran.
Practice Specific Details and Tasks: The duties include, but are not limited to the following:
• In-depth knowledge of the care of medically complex Cardiology patients is mandatory. Use of military and civilian guidelines that govern procedure is mandatory. Must possess in-depth knowledge of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Critical Care, Air Force regulations/standards and hospital policies relating to Cardiology patient care. Core knowledge of primary, secondary, tertiary prevention concepts and patient-family health education/counseling principle are fundamental to job performance. An understanding of care management, condition management, customer advocacy, continuous quality improvement and outcome management is desirable. An understanding of organizational functions and procedures specific to cardiovascular care and principles and methods involved in education/training of personnel required. Must possess in-depth knowledge of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Critical Care, cardiac catheterization and reperusion procedures including PCI for STEMI and NSTEMI, A working knowledge of Quality Assurance and Risk Management principles is highly desirable.
• Provides outpatient consultation for the diagnosis and management of diseases and disorders of the cardiovascular system considering the medical history, physical exam and ancillary studies including but not limited to imaging technologies. Provides primary care and consultation to hospitalized patients with medical illnesses including but not limited to cardiac failure and shock. Provides oversight and management of all policies, procedures and performance improvement initiatives. Develops and directs daily and long term management strategies. Provides clinical expertise. Possesses knowledge of current TRICARE standards and medically oriented computer systems.
• Implements, coaches, mentors and trains staff in the Air Force Medical Service in regards to Cardiology priorities and customer service basics. Assists in the orientation, training and rating of newly assigned personnel. Provides input into executive level decisions.
• Performs patient and family teaching as appropriate. Performs additional duties as needed.
• Actively participates in Medical Readiness activities.
• Complies with ambulatory and clinical practice standards.
• Demonstrates sound clinical skills in the areas of assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
• Participates in quality improvement and outcome management to ensure cost- effective, quality health care delivery
• Demonstrates sound assessment and clinical decision-making skills.
• Familiar with the applicable practice standards.
• Demonstrates knowledge of legal issues specific to practicing medicine.
• Familiar with concepts of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention.
• Possesses knowledge of health assessment tools and relevancy to assigned patient population. Demonstrates ability to interpret results and implement interventions IAW protocols.
• Possesses knowledge of patient-family health education/counseling principles and effectively applies them in patient interactions.
• Familiar with reliable patient-family educational resources (e.g. HAWC, Center for Excellence in Multi Media-CEMM(http://www.cemm.org).
• Familiar with basic concepts of customer advocacy and continuous quality
• Possesses clinical knowledge of select ambulatory care procedures to include pre- procedure preparations, post-procedure care and disposition planning/follow-up.
• Develops and maintains proficiency in Comprehensive Health Care System (CHCS), AHLTA and other patient health care data management systems.
• Understands technical issues regarding telecommunications in use at local MTF.
• Delegate tasks to appropriate team member based on scope of practice and level of competency.
• Utilizes leadership and delegation skills to ensure a collaborative team effort and a smooth flow of clinic activities.
• Participates in quality improvement initiatives designed to enhance the quality of care, clinical outcomes, and maximize resources.
• Facilitates leadership inquiry and research utilization to support evidence-based medical practice.
• Evaluates peers through peer review process.
• Collaborates with peers, subordinates, superiors and personnel from multiple disciplines to improve organizational performance.
* Degree/Education: Be a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Osteopathy (D.O.). A Doctor of Medicine or equivalent degree from a foreign medical school that provided education and medical knowledge substantially equivalent to accredited schools in the United States may be demonstrated by permanent certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) (or a fifth pathway certificate for Americans who completed premedical education in the United States and graduate education in a foreign country).
* Residency: Successful completion of a Residency in Cardiology.
* Experience: Minimum of two (2) years’ experience (may include residency/training).
* Licensure/Registration: Shall have and maintain an active, valid unrestricted, current State of CA physician license (with no limitations, stipulations or pending adverse actions). License must correspond to Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) registration number.
* Clinical Certification: Board Certified Board Certified in Cardiology
* Life Support Certifications: Possess and maintain a current American Heart Association BLS Healthcare Provider and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certifications.
* Must be a U.S citizen and possess ability to pass a background check/security clearance.
Staffing and Scheduling:
* Duty Hours: Work schedule shall be between the hours of 0730 - 1630 Monday-Friday, to include a one-hour uncompensated meal break as determined by the clinical department.
* On-Call/Call Back Hours: 1) Rotating On-Call, with minimal Overage/Call-Back On-Call, required: 1 week every 2-4 weeks. 2) Call-Back: 1-2 Times per one week of call, with possibility of working 4-6 hours.
* Place of Performance: The work to be performed will be at David Grant Medical Center at Travis AFB, CA.