Internal Medicine Physician
Full Job Description
General Job Description
- The Physician offers and provides complete medical services to patients. As a provider for San Diego Internal Medicine Associates, you embrace delivering the highest quality care to patients. You thrive on the challenge of working in a fast-paced environment with many chronically ill patients. You enjoy partnering with the provider team to provide excellence in medical services.
- Completes all required documentation accurately, timely and thoroughly in accordance with department standards and to comply with electronic medical record requirements, including medication reconciliation, finalizing notes, clearing out personal tasks, and participating in clinic tasks.
- Follows SDIMA policies and procedures, including (but not limited to), cooperating with the timely submission of credentialing and licensing paperwork; maintaining BLS certification; maintaining CME units based on the requirements of the specifying Board; attending all mandatory meetings.
- Maintain SDIMA behavioral standards, including (but not limited to), effective listening and communication skills and respectful interactions with colleagues and patients.
- Participate in Clinical Outcomes Program and work towards meeting organizational targets for all metrics.
- Participates in administrative duties, including lab reports, charts, and medication refills reviewed and managed appropriately.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Bending (neck): FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Bending (waist): OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Carrying 0 - 10 lbs: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Carrying 11 + lbs: NEVER
Climbing (ladder): NEVER
Climbing (stairs): RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Exposure to blood borne pathogens and biohazards: YES
Exposure to dust, gas, fumes, or chemicals: Office and medical supplies.
Fine manipulation: OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Kneeling: RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Lifting 0 - 10 lbs: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Lifting 11 + lbs: NEVER
Power Grasping: RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Pulling 0 + lbs: NEVER
Pushing 0 + lbs: NEVER
Reaching (above shoulder level): RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Reaching (below shoulder level): OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Repetitive use of hand: OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Simple Grasping: OCCASIONALLY (1 - 3 HRS)
Sitting: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Standing: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Twisting: RARELY (0-1 HRS)
Use of Personal Protective Equipment: Face Shield, goggles, masks, gloves, lab coats, and safety needles.
Walking: FREQUENTLY (3 - 6 HRS)
Working around equipment and machinery: Office equipment
Ages of Patients Served: Adult (18-64), Geriatric (65+)
Must be board certified & have a valid CA medical license and DEA license.