ARE YOU A FQHC FACILITY SEEKING AN EXPERIENCED OB/GYN PHYSICIAN FOR A LEADERSHIP POSITION?
Personality Plus!!!! This candidate is ready to relocate and will entertain options in GA. (where she holds a license), AL, FL, SC & NC. She is available immediately!
Board Certified Obstetrics and Gynecology
Clean Databank and No Malpractice History
MD, University of California
Sample of her previous responsibilities:
- Manage operations for a large 27 exam room, 28,000 office visits per year OB/GYN clinic and the physician hospital services for 9 physicians.
- Work in the office as an OB/GYN Physician.
- Work in the hospital managing W.H. Labor and Delivery patients, doing deliveries, (approximately 100 births/month) and caring for WSH high risk maternity and GYN patients.
Final (Additional) Responsibilities:
- Obstetricians – 7
- Pediatricians – 7
- Perinatologist – 1 Part Time
- Midlevel practitioners (Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants) – 8
- Managed operations for the WSH “Sweet Success” Program at four locations for pregnant diabetic patients.
- Recruited high quality nurses, dieticians, social workers and support staff as well as a perinatologist to manage the patients’ blood sugars.
- Grew the program from an average monthly census of 150 patients to 350+ patients
- Obtained CDE and AAE certification for key employees and also the State of California Sweet Success certification.
- Redesigned and restructured the site locations at South Valley, North Highlands, and Oak Park.
- Opened and designed a new location at Rancho Cordova (as well as the WSH call center)
- Instituted and insured High Quality Standards at all four locations.
- Rewrote a grant and created a new Cultural Broker Program which significantly reduced the premature delivery rate for African American pregnant women, and oversaw the management and staffing for this program. This grant was funded in 2015 and again in 2016. ($500,000.00 each time)
- Assisted in writing 2 other grants
- A+ Candidate
- Board Certified
- Clean Databank
- No Malpractice History