Provides direct primary care medical services to LCDF patients.
Graduate from an accredited School of Medicine or Osteopathy. Completion of an accredited residency-training program in a primary care specialty.
Licensed by the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners to practice medicine or eligible for licensure. Board Certification in a primary care specialty. DEA certification. New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification. Must have current New Mexico driver’s license and current automobile insurance.
Medical, Dental and Vision
Life insurance and Long Term Disability, which is paid by LCDF.
High HRSA Scores, which makes it easier to qualify for loan repayment
Annual Stipend and Days Off for Continuing Educational Courses
Bi-annual Incentives Bonuses for exceeding Patient Encounter goals