Serving Students/Faculty/Staff on the Auraria Campus in Downtown Denver, CO Three Universities Located on One Common Campus
Metropolitan State University of Denver - University of Colorado Denver - Community College of Denver
Physician will be an employee of the University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine, with a faculty appointment; will be contracted by the Health Center at Auraria, where full-time employment will be based.
Full-time (12 month) primary care position, with sports medicine specialty. Clinical setting is typical of a busy Family Practice office (without pediatrics/OB), with both walk-in and scheduled appointments.
Position will serve as team physician for MSU Denver varsity athletics and serve as a resource for athletic training staff.
Candidate should have a wide range of clinical/diagnostic/ortho/procedure skills based on comprehensive work experience/training and be proficient in the use of electronic medical records.
Physician will supervise mid-level medical providers and perform some administrative duties.
Position reports to the Health Center Executive Director with oversight by the Associate Director.
TERRIFIC HOURS - GREAT BENEFITS - NO CALL - NO NIGHTS - NO WEEKENDS: 8:00-5:00 M-Th and 8:00-4:30 F;
Additional week off when campus closes during holiday break at the end of December. Comprehensive University of Colorado benefits, including malpractice insurance. Note that team physician role may include periodic after-hours consultation/coverage.
SUPERIOR WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Supportive atmosphere includes full administrative infra-structure and an extremely diverse clinical practice (average age of students is 24). Practice is completely electronic with no hard copy medical records. Lab, digital X-Ray and ultrasound on-site. Specialists include: GYN and Psychiatry. Two primary care physicians are on-site daily.
Applicants must meet minimum qualifications at the time of hire.
Education: Terminal degree in Medicine or Osteopathy (MD or DO). Board Certified in Family Medicine.
Experience: Graduation from an accredited Family Medicine Residency program.
Special Skills: Ability to obtain Colorado Medical License and possession of a current DEA Certificate. Ability to be fully credentialed with the UCH system and CU Medicine Managed Care.
Preferred Qualifications (all positions)
Experience and enthusiasm for teaching students and/or residents
3+ years’ experience in a busy primary care setting.
Board Certified/Eligible in Sports Medicine.
Emergency and mental health diagnostic and treatment skills.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (all positions)
To be successful in this position, candidates will need the following:
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clinic and Department of Family Medicine faculty and staff.
Ability to work effectively on multiple tasks and maintain a well-organized work environment.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently.
Capacity for flexibility and adaptability in different work situations.
Ability to work well with diverse populations.
Experience training and developing staff.
Ability to meet clinic-specific competencies and expectations.
Demonstrated commitment and leadership ability to advance diversity and inclusion
Internal Number: 21667
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Mission: The Quadruple Aim is enhancing the quality of patient care, improving the health of populations, reducing the cost of health care, and increasing staff satisfaction. We strive to achieve the Quadruple Aim by:
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