Community Health Center/Community Clinic, Outpatient Care Center, Public Health
The Fenway Health Women's Health Program seeks to meet the healthcare needs of all individuals who identify as women and/or have natal female anatomy, including lesbians, bisexual and transgender women, people who identify as gender nonbinary, and people on the transmasculine spectrum. The goals of the program are...
To create a welcoming space where all patients are encouraged to be active participants in their healthcare
To serve a community of individuals with diverse and dynamic sexual and gender identities and expressions
To improve people's health and wellbeing by providing comprehensive care, education, outreach, and advocacy, as well as by participating in research
To re-evaluate the effectiveness of traditional models of health care delivery and continuously explore new opportunities to enhance the quality of the care we give
Reporting to the Medical Director, the Women's Health Program Medical Director serves as both the clinical leader and ambassador for women's health services at Fenway Health, as well as a primary care clinician within the Medical Department. We are looking for an experienced primary care clinician to lead and collaborate with the Program's clinical and nonclinical members (0.3 FTE), in addition to providing direct care to a panel of primary care patients (0.7 FTE). Women's Health Program leadership responsibilities include all of the following:
Directing program staff and members to generate agendas, content, and evaluations for all program events
Supporting continuous quality improvement initiatives relating to women's health services at Fenway Health
Working closely with organization leadership around interdisciplinary women's health themes including medical education, health advocacy, research, behavioral health, transgender health, racial/ethnic equity and justice, and clinical computing/data management
Assisting Medical Department leadership with women's health provider recruitment and retention efforts
Supervising 1-2 FTE Women's Health Program staff
Participating in strategic planning, development, and marketing of women's health services and programs
Serving as an ambassador for the program in an internal and external capacity, including by attending local/national meetings and conferences as well as local Fenway Health events
Attending relevant intra- and inter-departmental meetings
MD or DO or NP or PA degree is required
Current Massachusetts license is required
Board eligibility or certification in a Primary Care specialty (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medicine/Pediatrics, OB/GYN) is required
Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse setting is required
Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals is required
At least two years of experience working in a women’s health clinical setting is preferred
At least two years of experience in community health and/or LGBTQ care is preferred
At least two years of experience working in a clinical leadership role is preferred
Demonstrated experience in all of the following is preferred
Teaching, mentoring, and supervision
Please apply online only with this link - https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1739676
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.
The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.
In 2013, Fenway Health announced a historic partnership with AIDS Action Committee that allows the two organizations to work more closely together and ...improve delivery of care and services to people living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts is a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS, advocating at the city, state, and federal levels for fair and effective AIDS policies, conducting cutting edge HIV prevention programs, and providing health and wellness services to people already living with HIV. Founded in 1983, AIDS Action is New England's largest AIDS service organization.