- A supportive atmosphere and collaborative environment
- Organizational emphasis on high-quality practices
- A gratifying personal experience
- Office culture of work/life balance and flexibility
- Amazing employee benefits
Provide reproductive and obstetrical health care services in a personalized, boutique practice in a suburb of Portland, Oregon. Full scope obstetrics and gynecology. Get to know your patients again, instead of just working on the treadmill of healthcare. This is a position you can make your own, within the requirements of the job. Part time to full time position available with flexible hours. Call is minimal. Provide skilled patient care in the clinical setting including gynecological exams, obstetrical care, screening and treatment, counseling, contraceptive advice and prescriptions, detection and treatment of vaginitis, cervicitis and STD’s, follow-up patient consultations and other medical conditions as per patient needs.
Perform medical screening procedures as appropriate
Perform gynecological and STD examinations and screening examinations including thyroid, heart, lungs, abdomen, extremities, breast, genital and pelvic examinations.
Refer patients with abnormal conditions found on examination to Medical Director and/or other physicians or medical facilities as needed per practice and/or patient needs.
Perform, order, and interpret routine laboratory tests.
Participates in the follow-up of abnormal pap smears, positive STD tests or other abnormal lab tests.
Perform medical referrals as indicated and appropriate follow-up.
Maintain productivity expectations and compliance standards of the health center.
Maintain a close working relationship with Medical Director
Initiate problem solving to ensure smooth health center flow.
Serve as a telephone resource person for patient or medical information calls.
Document findings and referrals. Sign records and prescriptions.
Work independently to maintain up-to-date knowledge in the health care field via attending seminars and workshops, and reading relevant material.
Education commensurate with state statute licensure requirements for practice capacity (Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife, Physician- MD) in the state where practicing (Oregon and/or Washington).
Must have National Certification or a current Medicare number.
Must be eligible and able to pursue prescriptive authority with current licensure.
Current CPR/BLS certification.
Professional, positive attitude with proven ability to contribute effectively to highly functioning work teams
Additional Salary Information: Competitive hourly rate negotiable based on part-time vs full-time, call desired, and experience.