Medical Provider (Redding, CA)
Job Title: Medical Provider (Physician, PA, NP)
Job Description: This is an exciting medical provider opportunity in a growing homeless program in a well-established Federally Qualified Health Center in beautiful Northern California. Shasta Community Health Center is a Healthcare for the Homeless funded program. This 4-5 day per week position offers a competitive salary and benefits package, providing medical care, addiction treatment, and support to individuals in our community experiencing homelessness. At Shasta Community Health Center, the HOPE Program (Health Outreach to People Everywhere) platforms of care include: Mobile Outreach Van, Street and Encampment Outreach, Medical Respite, Shelter-based clinic site and hospital transition-of-care coordination.
This position works closely with the Medical Director of HOPE, a board certified Family Physician with fellowship experience in Outreach Medicine, as well as several other Health Center providers. Support staff include Medical Assistant, Scribe, Drug and Alcohol Counselor and Behavioral Health Consultant. The provider will also fill occasional Urgent Care shifts in the main Health Center site.
This position offers opportunity for teaching medical students, medical residents and physician assistant/ nurse practitioner fellows participating in post-graduate clinical training. Our training programs are UC Davis affiliated.
- Board certification or eligibility for physicians
- Active unrestricted California license (physician, physician assistant, nurse practitioner)
- DEA X-waiver for prescribing buprenorphine treating opiate addiction
- 3 years of experience in primary care setting; experience in treating patients experiencing homelessness desirable
- BLS Certification
- ACLS Cert preferred
- Love for the work!
Agency name: Shasta Community Health Center HOPE Program, Redding, CA
Contact Information: Doug McMullin, MD, FASAM; firstname.lastname@example.org
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