The Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Services will provide overall direction and management of clinical services for Student Health Services and will be responsible for planning, directing and controlling the operation of the department's medical clinics.
Advises and assists in planning, directing and reporting clinical service activity. Will also ensure clinical activities are in compliance with Student Health Services policies, state and federal statutes and other applicable guidelines.
Provides direct primary outpatient care for a culturally diverse student population.
Ensures the quality of professional standards at levels required by licensing agencies and as outlined by the American College Health Association.
Supervises and provides consultations for staff physicians, mid-level providers such as Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARNPs) and Physician Assistants (PAs). May also supervise medical students, interns or residents during the course of a rotation.
Serves on departmental, divisional, university, state or national committees.
As an agent of FAU the Chief Medical Officer will also represent Student Health Services and provide medical input and expertise to other units and departments of the university.
A Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathy degree from an accredited medical or osteopathic school and four years of supervisory experience in a primary care or ambulatory care setting with recent experience in direct patient care required.
Must have a current Florida medical license or be eligible for a Florida medical license prior to employment, including a dispensing license.
A current DEA certificate and a current CPR certification are required.
Experience in supervising mid-level providers such as ARNPs and PAs is required. Ability to diagnose and treat health problems and the ability to communicate both professionally and efficiently in verbal and written communication are essential for success in this position.
Budgetary and administrative experience with good organizational and time management skills are also essential to succeeding in this position. Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with other professionals (such as nurse practitioners, nurses, other physicians), clerical staff, students and diverse cultures.
Board certification or eligibility in an appropriate specialty such as Family Medicine, Internal Medicine or other related specialty required.
Experience in college health and performing minor office procedures (e.g., suturing, wart removal, I&D, etc.) is also preferred.
Good organizational and time management skills and ability to set priorities is essential to this position.
Ability to diagnose and treat health problems.
Must have a valid driver's license.
For more information and to apply, visit www.jobs.fau.edu and go to Apply Now (Position #992623).
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