Collaborative medical leaders needed for a highly-regarded, multi-site FQHC serving the Baltimore community; offering full range of comprehensive services...
This is a tremendous opportunity for a physician leader with a passion for community health to focus on clinical strategy and develop innovative models which will continue to deliver outstanding patient care in a medically complex environment.
Chase Brexton Health Care (CBHC) is a non-profit federally qualified health center (FQHC) that includes five outpatient health center locations in the Baltimore, Maryland area. CBHC employs more than 400 staff, including 36 physicians and mid-level providers, 43 behavioral health providers and 10 dental providers, all of whom support CBHC’s commitment to providing high-quality care to the LGBT community, as well as to the general population. CBHC treats more than 120,000 patient visits annually through a comprehensive range of services, including medical and dental care, behavior health, specialty care, pharmacy services, case management and walk-in services.
-The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is the ultimate decision maker on clinical policy, and as a member of the Senior Leadership Team, is engaged in defining the overall business strategy of the organization. This executive will work with and through the site medical directors and clinical division chiefs to provide the overall clinical vision, and will additionally be responsible for quality, accreditation, and compliance activities. The CMO will be closely involved in population health initiatives and is responsible for managing all site medical directors.
-The Site Medical Director will serve as the clinical operations leader and the spokesperson for the site, and will provide strategic direction for the center’s growth and success, as well as provide direct supervision to the medical providers, nurses and mid-level providers. Additionally, the Medical Director will provide direct clinical care to patients (part time) based upon his/her specialty training, through an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach that takes into consideration the psychosocial aspects of both health and disease.
The Chief Medical Officer candidate will be a visible, communicative and strategic leader who has physician leadership experience within a non-profit or community health center setting. This leader will work collaboratively with a dynamic leadership team and board of directors, and must have experience managing multiple sites. The candidate must be an MD or DO, with successful completion of an accredited residency program and current Board Certification in Family or Internal Medicine. A minimum of five years of clinical practice experience is required; must hold or be eligible to obtain a Maryland unrestricted medical license.
The Site Medical Director candidate will be a community-oriented primary care physician, with a minimum of three years of clinical and leadership experience. She/he will possess the ability to utilize quality, operational and financial data in order to provide clinical, operational and financial oversight to the assigned center. She/he will be passionate about community health and enjoy working in a diverse environment. Board certification in family practice or internal medicine is required; must hold or be eligible to obtain a Maryland unrestricted medical license.
Baltimore, Maryland, is known for its attractive and interesting blend of neighborhoods and historic sites; professional sports teams; and famous steamed crabs. The region has one of the nation’s most educated and productive workforce and a low unemployment rate. The area offers 10,000 acres of parkland, 175 miles of Chesapeake Bay shoreline, rolling horse country, and concerts by the world-renowned Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Baltimore is near the Atlantic Ocean resorts, including Ocean City, Maryland; and the Appalachian Mountains for hiking, camping and skiing.
~ An attractive base salary, incentive plan, relocation and executive benefits package is offered ~
Charlotte Tinsley, Senior Consultant, Tyler & Company
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