- Depending on availability, the candidate can be placed at one or more of the following clinic locations: Downtown Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, Van Nuys, Panorama City, and Lynwood.
Eisner Health is a quality-focused community healthcare organization serving the Los Angeles community since 1920. Utilizing the guidelines set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Department of Health’s Child Health and Disability Prevention Program (CHDP), the physician shall provide primary care to pediatric patient’s ages 0-18. Ideal candidates will have a passion for working collaboratively to provide comprehensive outpatient primary healthcare to low-income patients. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
- Performs routine well-child physicals, initial assessments, and follow-up exams focused on acute and chronic diseases.
- Orders diagnostic and laboratory tests, medications, immunizations, and other appropriate therapeutic interventions as determined by the symptoms or illness of the patients.
- Educated and counsels patients and families to promote positive health behaviors and disease prevention.
- Works closely with clinical support staff in coordinating and obtaining needed services for patients and families.
- Uses Electronic Health Record (NextGen) to accurately record all pertinent information regarding patient history, physical exam, diagnostic assessments, and treatment plan.
- Works to meet productivity goal of 21 patients to be seen on an average 8-hour day.
- Possible opportunity for limited inpatient work, if so desired.
Requirements and Qualifications:
- Board certified or board eligible in field of Pediatrics.
- Current State of California Medical License.
- Spanish proficiency desirable.
- Experience using EHR.
- Current CPR certification.
In addition to competitive salaries, Eisner offers clinicians working 32 hours or more per week, Eisner Health offers the following benefits:
- Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
- Employer-Sponsored Group Life and Accident Insurance
- Voluntary Supplemental Insurance
- Retirement Plan – 403(b)
- Employer-Sponsored Long-term and Voluntary Short-term Disability Programs
- Transportation and Parking Subsidies
- Flexible Spending Health and Child Care Plans – Section 125
- Robust Paid Time Off (PTO) Program
- Educational Tuition and CME Reimbursement available to those who qualify
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)