Emergency Medicine Jobs in Washington
Sunday · March 24, 2019
1 Job in The Evergreen State
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This emergency medicine job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
This locum tenen position offers competitive compensation.
This locum tenen emergency medicine job (Seattle) is from a hospital-owned practice.
- Considered for the purposes of this contract.
- Medical license and be individually registered with the DEA in the state where they will.
- And training experiences including any gaps in educational history for all contract physician(s) and.
- One physician arriving at 7 am, an additional physician arriving at 10 am and working at a mimimun 10.
- Shall be full and unrestricted licenses.
- Hours for this solicitation will be 7 am (0700) to 7 pm (1900) seven (7) days a week.
- Fulfill the government's requirements, including the ability to speak, understand, read and write.
- Contract physician (s) shall be responsible for abiding by the Facility's Medical Staff By-Laws, rules,.
- Contract shall have a current license to practice medicine in any State, Territory, or Commonwealth.
- Hours until 8pm, or until the last patient has been discharged from the Urgent Care Center.
- Minimum standards for CME to remain current.
- Additional cost to the government.
- Failure to provide shall result in loss of privileges for contract physician(s).
- Vamc Professional Standards Board, Medical Executive Board and Medical Center.
- Center during hours of responsibility, which will be established, and may be revised, as deemed.
- Board Certification - All contract physician(s) shall be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Emergency.
- Behavior and Privacy (Hipaa).
- These documents are required for both privileging and re-privileging.
- Physicians within five (5) calendar days after contract award and prior to the first duty shift to the.
- Standard Personnel Testing (PPD, etc.
- Online training should take approximately three hours.
- Contractor shall acknowledge receipt in.
- The contract physician (s) as required by the VA.
- Current certification shall be provided by the Contractor to the VA COR on an annual basis for each.
- That proposed physician(s) possesses the requisite credentials enabling the granting of privileges.
- English fluently.
- Contractor shall report CME hours to the.
- Documentation verifying.
- Tests shall be current within the past year.
- And ongoing competency, skills, certification and/or licensure related to the provision of care,.
- Provide services under the contract.
- Contractor shall provide verifiable evidence of all educational.
- Patients must be seen by a contract physician (s) on-site at Mann-Grandstaff Vamc in a timely.
- Physician (s) registered or certified by national/medical associations shall continue to meet the.
- COR and Contracting Officer.
- Monthly about any obstacles to meeting this performance measure.
- Year of contract performance.
- Shall provide the COR copies of current CMEs as required or requested by the Vamc.
- VA Business Hours: Our Urgent Care Center is open 12 hours a day, seven days a week.
- If this locums location doesn't fit your needs.
- Treatment and/or services performed.
- Contractor Orientation Handbook will be distributed.
- Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Family Practice, and be currently certified in Basic Life Support.
- Physician - Emergency Medicine Job in Seattle, WA.
- Technical Proficiency - Contract physician(s) shall be technically proficient in the skills necessary to.
- Requirements and mandatory course requirements defined herein.
- Work Schedule: 7 am to 7 pm.
- Appropriate for patient care by the Chief of Staff.
- And regulations (referenced herein) that govern medical staff behavior.
- Contractor shall provide documents upon request of the CO/COR to verify current.
- Continuing Medical Education (CME)/ Certified Education Unit (CEU).
- Licenses in one or more states, but who have, or ever had, a license restricted, suspended, revoked,.
- Contract Physicians shall be available and present in the Mann-Grandstaff Vamc Urgent Care.
- Credentialing and Privileging -Credentialing and privileging is to be done in accordance with the.
- Services shall be provided by any contract physician(s) prior to obtaining approval by the MannGrandstaff.
- Of the United States or the District of Columbia.
- Training (Acls, BLS, Cprs and VA Mandatory): Contractor shall meet all VA educational.
- Required for maintaining certification must be kept up to date at all times.
- Require a Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) registration, contract providers must have a.
- All licenses held by the personnel working on this contract.
- All training must be completed by.
- Voluntarily revoked, voluntarily surrendered pending action or denied upon application will not be.
- Contractor shall notify the COR at least.
- Contract physician(s) who have current, full and unrestricted.
- Suspended or revoked, the Contractor shall furnish an acceptable substitute without any.
- The Contractor is responsible to ensure.
- License - Contract physician(s) assigned by the Contractor to perform the services covered by this.
- Credentials office for tracking.
- Manner in accordance with VA Rules and Regulations.
- Hours OF Operation.
- Provisions of VHA Handbook 1100 referenced above.
- Special Note: For procurements that.
- This training includes, but is not limited to Rules of.
- BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (Acls) or its equivalency All continuing education courses.
- Contractor shall provide proof of the following tests for.
- If a contract physician(s) is not credentialed and privileged or has credentials/privileges.
This locum tenen job from Partners was last open on Feb 16.
The position was first advertised on MedWorking.com in the job section for Emergency Medicine locum tenen positions