Our small Community Health Center located in Northern California is seeking a new Chief Medical Officer. We are looking for a full-time board-certified family medicine/primary care physician to serve as our clinical leader (and sole physician). The position is 60% clinical and 40% administrative. Clinical time can be expected to be in both our Marin and San Francisco County sites. Past experience and/or training in management, experience in collaboration with nurse practitioner/physician assistants, and five or more years’ experience in federally-funded community health centers are all highly desired in our ideal candidate.
The Chief Medical Officer oversees the quality, continuity, and appropriateness of primary health care services, liaising between administration and medical staff, ensuring that Marin City Health and Wellness Center (MCHWC) patients receive the highest standard of medical care. The Chief Medical Officer works closely with the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer to provide clinical and administrative leadership, oversight, and coordination for all provider staff and volunteers, and ensures that patient care is efficient, effective, evidence-based and delivered in a caring, competent and culturally appropriate manner and represents MCHWC to other agencies, medical groups, institutions, and the community. As a member of the Management Team at MCHWC, the Chief Medical Officer works with the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer to meet the goals and objectives of the MCHWC strategic plan and performance measures.
Education, Experience and Skills
M.D. or D.O degree, Current Board Certification in Family Medicine
Current, unrestricted license to practice in the State of California, Valid DEA Certificate, and Current CPR (BLS) certifications.
Experience working in an outpatient health clinic or office setting. Experience in a community health center setting working with underserved populations preferred.
Training and/or experience in management and supervision. MPH, MBA, or MHSA desirable.
Clinical risk management experience.
Demonstrated experience developing and implementing quality improvement programs.
Demonstrated experience with Electronic Medical Records.
Mission-driven, passionate, and knowledgeable about serving the underserved.
Excellent communication (oral and written), critical thinking, and data analysis skills;
Strong sense of organizational dynamics; exhibits problem solving skills and productively manages conflict.
Strong ability to organize, plan, track and report.
Ability to understand and apply guidelines, policies and procedures.
Additional Salary Information: MCHWC bases salaries on state and regional surveys for comparable positions in comparable organizations.
Internal Number: CMO 2020
About Marin City Health & Wellness Center
Founded in 2006 by a grassroots effort to provide accessible primary care for low-income families of Marin City, a historically African American community, we are an FQHC serving patients of all ethnicities. Services including primary care, oral health, behavioral health, and MAT. We also operate a licensed free-standing birth center.
Northern California is a vibrant area with a multitude of recreational and cultural activities. If you are unfamiliar with region, you are encouraged to research the cost of living here as it is among the most expensive places to live in the country: for good reason to those who choose this as our place to work, play, and raise our families! But an important consideration for those from out of the area.
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