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IMMEDIATE OPENING IN OUR SAN JOSE CLINIC FOR FULL AND PART-TIME!

North East Medical Services (NEMS) is a non-profit community health center serving the medically under-served populations of the San Francisco Bay Area. NEMS is one of the largest health centers serving Asians in the United States.

NEMS operates ten clinics throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, with the main clinic located at 1520 Stockton Street in Chinatown/North Beach; five additional clinics in San Franciscos Portola, Visitacion Valley, Richmond districts and Sunset districts; as well as satellite sites in Daly City and San Jose.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Provides primary medical care to all patients in accordance with the physicians medical specialty
Develops a plan of care for each patient, including: complete medical history, physical examination, diagnosis, appropriate treatment
On rotation, serves as the on-call physician when the NEMS clinic is not open
Able to work on Saturday clinic on a rotation basis
Refers those cases which require specialist services, but maintains responsibility, assuring that continuity of care is provide
Participates in the development and implementation of a regularly updated performance improvements plans for NEMS
Assists in the training of paraprofessional and non-medical personnel

Benefits:

Very competitive signing bonus (Paid in full within first 30 days), FRINGE BENEFIT PACKAGE including on call pay, NEMS 401 (k), 457 plan, and Profit Sharing Plan, Year-End Bonus, Performance and productivity incentive, Forgivable Housing Loan, Nine (9) Paid Holidays, Two (2) Float Holidays, Up-To-Date Subscriptions, Continuing Education Leave, State License and DEA Fees, Parking, Corporate Events


QUALIFICATIONS:
Board eligible or certified in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics or OG/GYN
Prefer Bilingual in Chinese (Mandarin/ Cantonese) and English but Chinese is NOT required.
Awareness of the unique health problems and needs of the Asian and Hispanic community helpful

NEMS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer welcoming diversity in our workforce.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

North East Medical Services (NEMS) is one of the largest community health centers in the United States targeting the medically underserved Asian population. Based in San Francisco, the non-profit community health center offers comprehensive health care services to a variety of patients, a majority of whom are uninsured or low-income. NEMS offers linguistically-competent and culturally-sensitive health care services in many languages and dialects, including Cantonese, Mandarin, Toishan, Vietnamese, Burmese, Korean, Spanish, and Hindi.

NEMS operates twelve clinics throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, with the main clinic located at 1520 Stockton Street in Chinatown/North Beach; additional clinics in San Francisco's Portola, Visitacion Valley, Richmond districts and Sunset districts; as well as satellite sites in Daly City and San Jose.

NEMS has over 60 health care providers who offer a range of medical specialties, including Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Practice, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Dentistry, Optometry, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, and Radiology. In addition, ancillary services such as mental health, podiatry, nutrition, pharmacy, laboratory and social services strengthen the quality of care that patients receive.

The unique multilingual and culturally-sensitive direct service staff allows patients to adequately express themselves in a familiar environment to increase the relevancy and excellence of care they receive. Health education programs, many of which bridge the gap between Western and Asian medical practices, are available at the clinic and through weekly radio broadcasts on local Chinese media. The programs address preventative health care education and practices as it relates to the cultural needs of the community.