Highly complex nature involving the direction and coordination of the medical program of the primary care clinic. The work is performed independently with clinical oversight provided by the Chief Medical Officer. Administrative supervision is provided by the Clinic Administrator. The Medical Officer must operate in accordance with the terms and conditions of the various contracts and grants providing the funding of programs and projects.
Develops and maintains good communication and working relationships between clinic staff and Administration, recognizing that the health center is part of the total LCDF organization and program of services.
Graduate from an accredited School of Medicine or Osteopathy. MPH degree preferred, but not required. Completion of an accredited residency-training program in a primary care specialty preferred. Licensed by the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners to practice medicine. DEA certification. New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification. Valid NM driver's license and current automobile insurance.Must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation.Must be willing to use personal vehicle in the course of employment and maintain a clean driving record. Must submit to LCDF required background check, TB screen and drug testing.
*Life & AD&D
*Short Term Disability
*Long Term Disability
*Supplement Life Insurance