Status: Full-time position
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Deadline Date: Until Filled
Date Available: 8/12/13
Job Summary: STG International is currently accepting resumes for a Medical Director to support a Federal Occupational Health facility in Albuquerque, NM.
Qualifications: Licensed physician (MD or DO) board certified in a primary care speciality.
A minimum of two years experience in an ambulatory care or an occupational clinical setting.
Must have experience working with Federal government agencies in a clinical setting or as a medical consultant.
Must have a broad understanding of Federal safety and health regulations, and knowledge of employer workplace drug testing programs.
Experience in addressing American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requests.
BLS/ACLS/AED certifications required.
Duties: Oversees and supports the on-site medical needs for one or more Federal agencies.
Represents FOHS, US Public Health Service as a surrogate Medical Director working in a clinic setting and handling first-line medical consultation for local managers/employees within the assigned organization.
Takes program direction from the Associate Medical Director for Federal Occupational Health.
Demonstrates a high level of professional conduct, conveys a positive personal image, has legible handwriting, works harmoniously and effectively with others and has strong attention to detail (i.e., maintain accurate medical documentation).
Displays exceptional work habits and organizational skills to successfully support clinic operations and efficiencies.
Works independently with minimal direction.
When needed, works harmoniously as a team member.
Assignments require flexibility and high degree of skill and ability working with a diverse workforce and within a variety of agency organizational climates.
Provides ongoing medical guidance for occupational clinic activities.
Ensuring care/medical direction is of the highest caliber.
Provides acute emergency care, completion of federally-regulated and agency-mandated examinations (medical surveillance, return to work, etc.) health screenings, and employee health consultations.
Conducts hands-on examinations, renders professional opinion as it relates to work clearances or recommendations consistent with examination findings and established physical qualifications.
Performs medical evaluation or short-term treatment (e.g. antibiotics, etc.) when necessary at assigned sites that operate urgent care/sick "call" clinics.
Provides medical consultation in accordance with FOHS' policy and guidelines.
May be required to provide expert witness testimony in support of their medical recommendations regarding employability and reasonable accommodation when requested b the assigned agency.
Development of a quality improvement program.
Assign appropriate responsibilities for quality improvement within the clinic staff.
Lead and assure overall implementation.
Assure thorough understanding of the program throughout the staff by conducting training sessions as necessary.
Participate in all audits of the health program, assuring preparedness in advance, and subsequent completion of all resultant action items.
Regularly review quality program data, and participate in developing, implementing, and assessing impact of interventions to improve quality.
Conduct annual review of entire program, modifying or recommending changes as necessary.
Assure maintenance of all relevant documentation.
Participate in review of all returned patient satisfaction surveys, and follow-up with the patient when necessary.
Prepare, review and participate in agency emergency preparedness and pandemic planning activities.
Specific tasks for the Medical Director-
Must be trained by customer agency in specific security program.
Must have the ability to oversee comprehensive medical program.
Must be willing and able to make determination of position suitability for Federal Agents, Federal Recruits and Staff based on job task analysis and the medical standards provided by customer agency.
Must be willing to assess any current or proposed components of the customer agency medical program.
Must go to agency at least one time weekly for chart review with case manager and attend other requested meetings.
Attend customer agency annual medical conference which may require out of town travel.
Other travel, consultation or projects may be required in order to maintain or improve the integrity of the customer agency medical program.
Must be willing to conduct hands-on examinations.
Must have a thorough understanding of the customer agency medical standards.
Must be able to integrate the practical relevance of the medical standards as they apply to the job task analysis of the customer agency employees (Federal Agents, Federal Agent Recruits).
Must be able to determine whether any medication will affect the employees' ability to perform their job.
May be required to provide expert witness testimony in support of their medical recommendations regarding employability and reasonable accommodation when requested by the customer agency.
Conduct bi-annual review of medical program as required by customer agency.
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