The Hooper Detoxification and Stabilization Center (HDSC) Associate Medical Director provides overall direction for the medical care of Hoopers residential withdrawal management and ambulatory program clients, supervises licensed medical providers (LMPs) and multidisciplinary medical learners operating at Hooper, fosters and supervises a culture and framework for ongoing quality improvement and adoption of best medical practices, and develops collaborative relationships with healthcare providers and medical leaders across Central City Concern and throughout the greater regional substance use disorder service continuum.
Central City Concern has a strong partnership with OHSU Department Medicine, as a key site of clinical teaching for our Internal Medicine Residency Program and Addiction Medicine Fellowship. The HDSC Associate Medical Director would lead and supervise the educational mission within their unit.
A successful applicant will perform a mix of the following duties:
Manage and supervise licensed medical providers, excluding behavioral health providers, including staff and on-call provider recruitment and hiring, supervision, coaching, feedback and discipline, and managing the provider schedule and the on-call provider schedule.
Lead the development and teaching of standard work for Hooper licensed medical providers based on best practice, continuous learning and improvement, and compliance with rules and standards of practice.
Establish and manage supervisory agreements and supervision for any Physician Assistant staff that provide clinical care at Hooper.
Participate in budget development, grant writing and community education activities as necessary.
Provide clinical oversight of the writing, implementation, and ongoing improvements in policy and procedures at HDSC.
Oversee quality of instruction of medical students, PA students, medical residents and addiction fellows; supports and leads curriculum development for addiction education at Hooper and participates in such within Section of Addiction Medicine at OHSU.
Current Oregon physicians medical license.
MD or DO, ABIM board certified or board eligible
Minimum four years experience in providing health care as a medical provider-including graduate medical training.
Minimum two years experience in providing services to a houseless population.
Required Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge, education, training, skills, and experience in a multi-disciplinary approach to physical, mental health and substance use disorder care delivery.
Knowledge, training, skills and experience in providing and supervising service delivery in a highly diverse work environment to a highly diverse and mostly houseless client population.
Demonstrated ability in oral and written communications.
Ability to manage time and meet deadlines.
Demonstrated ability to effectively supervise licensed medical providers and multidisciplinary medical learners
Demonstrated ability to design, implement, develop and manage an integrated clinical care model.
Demonstrated ability to build collaborative relationships with agency and community partners.
Work environment requires the abbility to bend, stoop, kneel, pull and lift objects
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