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Park Nicollet Health Services Physician, Peds Uc in Maple Grove, Minnesota

Job Description Park Nicollet Health Services Job Title: Physician, Peds Uc Job Code: 203-0320 Leader Title Level: Supervisor Location: Various Department: Peds Uc Final Approval (Dir. or VP Level) Manager Date Approved: 01/01/2016 Date Revised: 11/30/2023 POSITION SUMMARY STATEMENT: Provides health care and treatment of patients within the scope of practice as defined by one's training and/or Board Certification. Administers high quality care and service in accordance with Park Nicollet Health Services standards. Models behaviors consistent with group practice and Park Nicollet Health Services values. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education, Experience or Equivalent Combination: Graduate of an accredited school of Medicine or Osteopathy Licensure/ Registration/ Certification: Board Certification or eligibility in respective specialty is required of all new hires. Must maintain current state licensure and DEA certificate. This position requires credentialing, following the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) guidelines. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrates knowledge of age-related growth and development principles necessary to provide appropriate service and assure safety of patients. Proven Proficiency in the operation of the following: Telephone, Dictation Devices, CRT, Personal Computer, Printer and Photocopier. Proven proficiency in operation of all equipment used in the direct care and treatment of patients in the related specialty. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Education, Experience or Equivalent Combination: NA Licensure/ Registration/ Certification: NA Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Strong technical competence, problem solving and interpersonal skills. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: (40-80%) - Provides general patient care involving subjective and objective evaluation, assessment, and formulation of a plan of care. (10-30%) - Prescribes or administers treatment as determined by the plan of care. (5-15%) - Orders and interprets diagnostic tests to identify and assess patients' clinical problems and health care needs. (5-15%) - Consults with and makes appropriate referral to other health care providers in abnormal or unusual cases. (100%) - Maintains the medical record in accordance with PNHS standards. (100%) - Recognizes and appropriately responds to medical emergencies. (100%) - Serves as patient advocate by maintaining patient confidentiality, protecting patient rights, communicating in a timely manner, and resolving concerns or complaints regarding care and service. (1-10%) - Assists in development of new policies, programs, procedures, or techniques in designated department. (1-10%) - Participates in research, educational or other special projects as needed. (1-10%) - Performs other related tasks. *Job description rankings/percentages are intended to reflect normal averages over an extended period of time, and are subject to daily variances. Quality and efficiency standards should at no time be compromised to meet the average expectations expressed above. Job descriptions are subject to change to accommodate organization or department needs. ORGANIZATIONAL EXPECTATIONS: Values All colleagues are expected to live our values: Excellence: We strive for the best results and always look for ways to improve. Compassion: We care and show empathy and respect for each person. Partnership: We are strongest when we work together and with those we serve. Integrity: We are open and honest, and we keep our commitments. Additional Expectations: Complies with safety instructions, observe safe work practices, provides input on safety issues, and promotes a safe work environment. Maintains regular and timely attendance. Protects confidentiality. Demonstrates participation in and support of the organization's Corporate Integrity Program by participating in compliance-related education and training and complying with the organization's policies and procedures. Timely completion of all mandatory education and organizational requirem nts (i.e., licensure/certification, Employee Health and Wellness requirements, annual training, etc.) POPULATION SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES: Yes No Does this employee have direct patient contact? x Departments will need to determine the appropriate competencies in their areas for their specific patient populations documented in the essential duties section. Examples of items that can be included are: Identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the patient or situation specific to the needs of the population served. Communicates effectively with patients, families, and team members. Integrates practices that supports patient safety, acknowledges variations in populations served. Anticipates the needs of the population served as well as the unique characteristics of the communities served. Anticipates the needs of the population in providing culturally responsive care and develops an individualized plan for patients and families. LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITY: Please describe the degree to which the position directs the work of others or coordinates workflow of a clinic, department, or functional area. If applicable, indicate the number of people and the titles for which this position directly and/or indirectly directs the work of others or coordinates workflow. Dedicates majority of time to providing quality patient care and service. Participates equitably in responsibilities of patient care in designated department. May provide work direction to medical support and nursing staff in designated work unit. Critical Job Demands Section 1: Place an "X' next to ONE of the terms that best describes the frequency for each of the Critical Demands. Critical Demands N/A 0% Rare 1-5% (Up to a 1/2 hour) Occa 6-33% (1/2 hour to 3 hours) Freq 34-66% (3 to 5 hours) Cont 67-100% (5 to 8 hours) Standing - Remaining on one's feet in an upright position at a work station without moving about. x Walking - Moving about on foot. x Sitting - Remaining in a seated position. x Squatting - Assuming or maintaining a crouching position with the knees bent. x Reaching - Stretching out or extending to touch or grasp. x Lifting - Raising or lowering an object from one level to another (includes upward pulling). x Carrying - Transporting an object, usually holding it in the hands or arms, or on the shoulder. x Pushing/Pulling - Exerting force upon an object so that the object moves away/towards from the force. x Handling/Fingering - (includes typing, computer work, gripping, grasping, and pinching) x Section 2: Place an "X" next to ONE of the terms that best describes the Strength Rating for this job classification whichis expressed by one of five terms: Sedentary, Light, Medium, Heavy, and Very Heavy. Sedentary Work - Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally (Occasionally: activity or condition exists up to 1/3 of the time) and/or a negligible amount of force frequently (Frequently: activity or condition exists from 1/3 to 2/3 of the time) to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve walking or standing... For full info follow application link. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. We are committed to a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. A culture where every person feels welcome, included, and valued. It s an important part of our Head + Heart, Together culture, and critical to our success.