Full Time, 40 Hours/Week
Job Duties: Provide internal medicine care to patients admitted to the nonteaching service by performing physical exams, ordering tests, diagnosing, and treating patients and by performing hospital rounds and planning for discharge. Facilitate coordination and development of comprehensive and individual plans of care in collaboration with patient, family, and multidisciplinary team. Prepare written prescription orders, medications, and controlled substances under D.C. and federal rules, regulations, and law. Submit timely and complete patient bills. Receive inpatient referrals from primary care center and admit from emergency department. Maintain daily caseload of 10+ hospital inpatients. As part of a team responsible for delivery of patient care, ensure quality of care provided by medical residents and nurse practitioners. Contribute to the achievement of department goals and adhere to policies, procedures, and quality and safety standards. Comply with government and accreditation regulations. Directly supervise, as needed, nurse practitioner working on a particular healthcare delivery team.
Position requires 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. shifts every other week with occasional weeks of night shifts from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Full-time, 40 hours per week.
Requires MD degree or foreign equivalent, plus completion of thirty-six (36) months of ACGME-accredited internal medicine residency. Requires valid D.C. medical license and American Board certification (or eligibility) in internal medicine.
Job is based at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, 110 Irving Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20010.
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Why join MedStar Medical Group?
We are a progressive, forward-thinking organization that enables you to define your own future—by region, specialty, or professional interest. We are also among the nation’s 15 largest medical groups, with the resources of highly respected MedStar Health behind us. We are collaborative, too. Your input and opinions concerning quality of patient care, your practice and this organization truly matter. You’ll also find balance here. We work hard, but we also value our personal lives and pursuits beyond the workplace. If you want an exciting career that is always challenging, always rewarding, apply now.
The Washington, D.C., metro area is a fascinating and incredibly diverse place to live and work. Here, you’ll find outstanding museums and national treasures, good schools, prestigious colleges and universities, professional sports teams, world-renowned restaurants, and exciting nightlife. The city offers a wide range of living options—from urban condos and apartments to suburban townhouses and single-family homes in close-knit communities and quiet rural locations. D.C.’s central east coast location makes it easy to get away to nearby cities or to take a short drive to beautiful beaches or picturesque mountains.