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Physician / Preventive Medicine / Louisiana / Locum or Permanent / Preventive Medicine

Company: The Inline Group
Location: Metairie
Posted on: September 24, 2022

Job Description:

Ochsner Urgent Care - Metairie

  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm; 90% Clinical-10% Administrative
  • Employed
  • Call Schedule: Shared call after hours
  • Sign-On Bonus
  • Compensation: Competitive salary and commensurate with experience and training
  • Benefits:
    - Sign-on bonus
    - Malpractice insurance
    - Retirement options (401K), 403b, and 457b)
  • Additional Info:
    - Primary role as Occ Health clinical provider for Ochsner clients and employees
    - Collaboration with OH Medical Director on standardization of clinical practices across Ochsners Occupational Health Clinics
    - Help with oversight of all Occupational Health clinicians
    - Conduct periodic evaluations of all clinicians including periodic meetings
    - Periodic chart or case reviews including overall care management
    - Establish metrics on productivity and quality of care
    - Some engagement with Ochsners TPA and employee health team to help with employee case management issues and mitigate workers compensation costs
    - Potential collaboration with Business Development to market services to existing and new clients

    - Family, internal, or emergency medicine training with experience in occupational medicine preferred
    - BC/BE in Occupational and Environmental Medicine helpful, but not required
    - DOT and MRO certification (or obtain within 6 months of start)

Keywords: The Inline Group, New Orleans , Physician / Preventive Medicine / Louisiana / Locum or Permanent / Preventive Medicine , Healthcare , Metairie, Louisiana

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