Summary Description: Outpatient Physician-Educator to Lead New Ambulatory Care Network Palliative Care InterventionThe Adult Palliative Care Service at Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is seeking an exceptional physician-educator to lead a novel intervention to educate primary care providers (PCPs) in palliative care and to provide specialist level palliative care to an underserved (largely Medicaid) population in NewYork-Presbyterian's Ambulatory Care Network (ACN). The successful faculty member at the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor at CUMC will be responsible for developing and implementing:1.A Comprehensive training program, online and in-person, for ACN-based primary care clinicians, including schedule of trainings and relevant materials. Including, the direct training of NYP ACN attendings, residents, fellows, and other staff.2.Complete workflows and specifications for an NYP Ambulatory Care Network-embedded Palliative Care Outpatient Team, including screening criteria, screening tools, and scripts for in-person and telephonic patient contact3.Comprehensive clinical guidelines related to the delivery and training of generalist palliative care across the NYP Ambulatory Care Network in Washington Heights.4.Comprehensive clinical protocols for the identification, screening, and service provision of patients with unmet palliative care needsThe physician will be expected to participate in the teaching of fellows, residents, medical students, staff and other learners at Columbia University Medical Center and the College of Physicians & Surgeons.
Minimum Qualifications: We are seeking a board certified/board eligible, HPM fellowship trained physician with experience in a primary care setting and must be eligible to practice in the State of New York.
Preferred Qualifications: The successful candidate will have leadership skills and be comfortable working with an underserved, largely Spanish-speaking population.
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