Family Practice or Internal Medicine Physician - Ft. Gordon, Georgia
Non-Clinical / Administrative Opportunity in GA - Use ANY STATE License!
Humana Military is seeking a Family Practice or Internal Medicine Physician to participate in the disability processing of our service members as part of the Medical Evaluation Board, at the Fort Gordon Army Base located in Augusta, GA. This Non-Clinical/Administrative opportunity entails conducting soldier interviews and writing Narrative Summaries for submission to the MEB.
The city of Augusta, located in central/eastern GA (just 2 hours due east of Atlanta), is known worldwide for the Masters Golf Tournament and the coveted green jacket. However, you'll also find that Georgia's second-largest city - known as the "Garden City" of the South - is full of history, atmosphere, Southern charm, and activities to engage everyone's interest.
Clinic Hours M-F, DAYS, no nights, weekends or holidays.
Competitive Compensation as Independent Contractor
Generous Paid Time Off
Malpractice Coverage with Lifetime Tail
Qualified BC/BE candidates must have completed a 3 year accredited residency program in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine, may be MD or DO, possess active/unrestricted license in any of the 50 States or U.S. Territories, BLS, Basic EMR/Word/Excel skills, and must be U.S. Citizen, per U.S. Government guidelines. Minimum of three years recent practice experience preferred.
For more information, please contact Cindy Fitzpatrick, Humana Military, Clinical Resources. firstname.lastname@example.org; Office:(813) 304-6451.
Conduct Contract Physical Examinations (mostly telephonically) to update information on current medical conditions, medications, and identify any readiness or deployment limiting conditions; identify and document medical conditions not meeting Army retention standards.
All examinations and their associated reports must be completed, reconciled and consolidated into a Narrative Summary (NARSUM) within 45 days after receipt of request throughout the life of the contract. Each NARSUM will include assessment of the Soldier’s prognosis for each condition. Assessment describes changes in Soldier’s symptoms and/or physical findings likely to occur within the next five years, foundations for assessment must be included. The NARSUM must describe the relationship between medical conditions and profile limitations. All examinations are to be uploaded to the eMEB.