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Job Title: Chief Medical Officer/Medical Director Family Practice opportunity in Wichita Kansas!!!!!
State: Kansas
Region: United States
Position Description:

Chief Medical Officer opportunity in Wichita Kansas!!!!

Job Description

Chief Medical Officer opportunity

This non-profit community health care center provides quality health care services in the Wichita Kansas area to the underserved and uninsured families.
The Chief Medical Officer will lead, support and evaluate physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other ancillary medical personnelas well as provide comprehensive, coordinated primary and preventive health care services to a diverse patient population across the patients’ lifespan.  In performing this work, the Chief Medical Officer ensures execution of the mission of the organization.
The Chief Medical Officer’s responsibilities will be spent splitting his/her time between clinical practice and administrative duties. The Chief Medical Officer will be responsible for creating an atmosphere of team spirit and cooperation among medical providers and other staff, assisting medical providers in achieving their professional and practice goals, assessing provider productivity, clinic strategic planning, and ensuring clinic compliance with performance standards.

Required education, experience, licenses/certifications
  • Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathy degree required.
  • Current State of Kansas MD or DO licensure required.
  • Current DEA certificate required.
  • Board Certification in Specialty preferred.
  • CPR certification required (must be obtained within 30 days of employment).
  • Experience in public health preferred. 
  • Knowledge of HIPAA compliance.
  • Previous medical office experience.
  • Previous supervisory experience
  • Understanding of ethics of confidentiality.
  • Previous computer experience or training.
  • Successful candidate must submit to TB testing and any vaccinations recommended by OSHA Guidelines. 
Compensation and Benefits
  • Salary is dependent upon management experience
  • Full benefit package includes malpractice insurance and tail occurrence
  • Loan repayment 
Location Description

Wichita is the largest city in the U.S state of Kansas. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 382,368. Located in south-central Kansas on the Arkansas River, Wichita is the county seat of Sedgwick County and the principal city of the Wichita metropolitan area. As of 2011, the metro area had a population of 630,721.

Wichita has several recognized areas and neighborhoods. The downtown area is generally considered to be east of the Arkansas River, west of Washington Street, north of Kellogg and south of 13th Street. The downtown area contains landmarks such as Century II, the Garvey Center, and the Epic Center, Old Town is also part of downtown; this 2-3 square mile area is home to a cluster of night clubs, bars, restaurants, a movie theater, shops, and apartments and condominiums, many of which make use of historical warehouse-type spaces.
The two most notable residential areas of Wichita are Riverside and College Hill. Riverside is northwest of the downtown area, across the Arkansas River, and surrounds the 120-acre Riverside Park. College Hill is east of the downtown area, south of Wichita State University. College Hill is one of the more historic neighborhoods, along with Delano on the west side and Midtown in the north-central city.
Wichita is also home to two major shopping malls: Towne East Square and Towne West Square. Each mall is home to four anchor stores, and has more than 100 tenants apiece. There is also a large outdoor shopping center on the city's north-east and North West sides. Bradley Fair and New Market Square (respectively) are large outdoor malls with over 50 stores each spread out on several acres.