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Chief Medical Officer (Hyannis, MA)

Duffy Health Center seeks a Chief Medical Officer to lead the provision of medical services for individuals experiencing homelessness on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. This is an opportunity for a primary care physician leader to join a seasoned, committed team of health care professionals in a unique health care center devoted to providing health care and community services to some of the region’s most vulnerable individuals.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is a key member of the leadership team, responsible for the coordination, delivery, and supervision of primary medical care services at Duffy Health Center. The CMO oversees a staff of 25, including physicians, mid-levels, and clinical staff, and works closely with key leadership team members to integrate care and improve care outcomes. The CMO position is 50% administrative and 50% clinical.

Candidates must have a medical degree (MD or DO); be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Primary Care specializing in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or other appropriate medical specialty;  and licensed or eligible to be licensed to practice medicine in the State of Massachusetts.

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Duffy Health Center has retained the services of ZurickDavis to assist in this search. A full description is available at the current engagements tab of www.ZurickDavis.com. We invite interested parties to send a resume to DuffyCMO2314@zurickdavis.com. For additional information, please contact Lida Junghans, PhD (ljunghans@zurickdavis.com; 781-305-2947).  All contact with ZurickDavis will remain confidential.

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