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As a surgeon, physician or advanced practitioner, you give life-changing and life-saving care to people who need it most. As a Legacy Health provider, you’ll receive your own high-quality care, including competitive packages, lots of benefits and an ideal working culture––with the support you need and without the hassles you don’t. All this at a Forbes-listed best health care employer, and in a US News & World Report top city for living.  


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Job Location Salmon Creek Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
      Legacy Health is recruiting an Outpatient Physician for our Clark County Primary Care Clinics, located in and around Vancouver, Washington. Providers in this clinic include physicians and advanced practitioners, all of whom have been a part of Legacy for several years. Our primary care providers are supported by individually assigned MAs as well as care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, behavioral health clinicians and pharmacists.     $274k to $305k annually with two-year salary guarantee (1.00 FTE)   Additional opportunities for productivity and quality incentives Opportunities for flexible FTE ranging from 0.60-1.00 FTE   • Flexible schedule with opportunities to work 3-4 days per week to provide flexibility • $3,500 annual CME allowance, including 40 hours of CME • Relocation assistance available • Educational loan repayment opportunities (depending on eligibility) • Eligible to participate in HRSA loan repayment opportunities • Comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including Medical/Dental/Vision/Disability/Life/Wellness/Retirement • 100% outpatient clinical practice • Unmatched Epic/EHR support through our unique Super Thrive Program • Dedicated, clinic-based nurse care management • Social worker and behavioral health support • Dedicated pharmacy support, including pharmacy tech and onsite pharmacist to assist with medication management, INR support and diabetic education • Dedicated panel coordinator to assist with patient outreach and care gap closure. Assists with high-quality care for each patient on your panel • Work in collaboration with a team of providers • Opportunities in rural health clinics to qualify for special location stipend   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG   Living in Vancouver, Washington:   Enjoy a smaller community feel with a variety of housing options when living in the Vancouver, Washington or Clark County, Washington areas. Choose from multiple public schools with excellent scores of 7 or higher. The closeness to the Portland-Metro area means easy access to Downtown Portland and its many restaurants, theaters, family activities and nightlife. Convenient access to Portland International Airport via a short trip south on I-205. Washington residents also enjoy no state income tax. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the following: • Columbia River Gorge • Mount St. Helens • Moulton Falls • Salmon Creek Greenway Trail • Easy access to the Oregon and Washington coasts for camping, hiking and more.   Responsibilities: • As a physician, you are responsible for the patient throughout treatment • Reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, diagnosing and treating both chronic and episodic disorders • Work in collaboration with the team • Maintain own panel of patients and share call coverage for the clinic • Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action   About Legacy Health:   Good health for our people, our patients, our community, and our world. These are not just words. They are commitments that form the core of our mission, and we take them seriously. We are a mission-driven organization dedicated to making the community we live in a better place for all. That mission matches a profound and serious footprint.   Legacy Health is a locally owned, six-hospital nonprofit health system that also includes a full-service children’s hospital and more than 70 primary care, specialty, and urgent care clinics, 14,000 employees and nearly 3,000 health care providers. We provide comprehensive primary, secondary and tertiary care services across the Portland and Vancouver metro area and Mid-Willamette Valley. From rural areas to urban centers, we play a critical role in the lives of 2.5 million people. As one of the largest employers in the area, people trust Legacy with their lives and livelihoods. That is why Forbes named Legacy one of the best large employers in America in 2022. That vote of trust also demands that we leave a positive mark on our community beyond the hallways of our hospitals, clinics, and labs. As a reflective and open-minded organization, we value the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We acknowledge our country’s history of systemic racism and that it exists deeply in our society, our industry and within our organization. We have done more than merely acknowledge and value these ideals. We have also demonstrated a real commitment to change through concrete actions. We have ensured that diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives remain a single focus that will be integrated into every future system-wide strategy, as well as all of our operations and patient care.   Qualification and Licensure Requirements:   • MD or DO • Graduate of a four-year medical school or equivalent and completed internal or family medicine residency • Board-certified or board-eligible in internal or family medicine • Current Oregon state medical license and DEA certificate • Unrestricted Oregon medical license • Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled   Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities
Requisition ID
24-36794
Work Location : City
VANCOUVER
Work Location : State/Province
WA
Department
LMG Salmon Creek IM
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Silverton Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
Legacy Health is recruiting outpatient physicians for our Silverton primary care clinics located in and around Salem, Oregon. Providers in these clinics include physicians and advanced practitioners, all of whom have been a part of Legacy for several years. Our primary care providers are supported by designated MA’s and care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, behavioral health clinicians, pharmacy techs and pharmacists.     $274k to $305k annually with two-year salary guarantee (1.00 FTE)   Additional opportunities for productivity and quality incentives Opportunities for flexible FTE ranging from 0.60-1.00 FTE   • Flexible schedule with opportunities to work 3-4 days per week to provide flexibility • $3,500 annual CME allowance, including 40 hours of CME • Relocation assistance available • Educational loan repayment opportunities (depending on eligibility) • Eligible to participate in HRSA loan repayment opportunities • Comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including Medical/Dental/Vision/Disability/Life/Wellness/Retirement • 100% outpatient clinical practice • Unmatched Epic/EHR support through our unique Super Thrive Program • Dedicated, clinic-based nurse care management • Social worker and behavioral health support • Dedicated pharmacy support, including pharmacy tech and onsite pharmacist to assist with medication management, INR support and diabetic education • Dedicated panel coordinator to assist with patient outreach and care gap closure. Assists with high-quality care for each patient on your panel • Work in collaboration with a team of providers • Opportunities in rural health clinics to qualify for special location stipend   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG   Living in Silverton, Oregon:   Silverton is 15 miles east of Salem, just off I-5, along Hwy 213. Founded in 1854, it’s a historic town nestled in the heart of Willamette Valley and home to the Oregon Garden and Silver Falls State Park, which has several miles of trails and many waterfalls.  Silverton and the surrounding communities are wonderful places to live and have a full complement of amenities and activities for all seasons. Its convenient location offers short travel distances to the Oregon coast, Oregon Wine Country and the Portland area.   Responsibilities: • As a physician, you are responsible for the patient throughout treatment • Reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, diagnosing and treating both chronic and episodic disorders • Work in collaboration with the team • Maintain own panel of patients and share call coverage for the clinic • Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action   About Legacy Health:   Good health for our people, our patients, our community, and our world. These are not just words. They are commitments that form the core of our mission, and we take them seriously. We are a mission-driven organization dedicated to making the community we live in a better place for all. That mission matches a profound and serious footprint.   Legacy Health is a locally owned, six-hospital nonprofit health system that also includes a full-service children’s hospital and more than 70 primary care, specialty, and urgent care clinics, 14,000 employees and nearly 3,000 health care providers. We provide comprehensive primary, secondary and tertiary care services across the Portland and Vancouver metro area and Mid-Willamette Valley. From rural areas to urban centers, we play a critical role in the lives of 2.5 million people. As one of the largest employers in the area, people trust Legacy with their lives and livelihoods. That is why Forbes named Legacy one of the best large employers in America in 2022. That vote of trust also demands that we leave a positive mark on our community beyond the hallways of our hospitals, clinics, and labs. As a reflective and open-minded organization, we value the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We acknowledge our country’s history of systemic racism and that it exists deeply in our society, our industry and within our organization. We have done more than merely acknowledge and value these ideals. We have also demonstrated a real commitment to change through concrete actions. We have ensured that diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives remain a single focus that will be integrated into every future system-wide strategy, as well as all of our operations and patient care.   Qualification and Licensure Requirements:   • MD or DO • Graduate of a four-year medical school or equivalent and completed internal or family medicine residency • Board-certified or board-eligible in internal or family medicine • Current Oregon state medical license and DEA certificate • Unrestricted Oregon medical license • Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled   Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities
Requisition ID
24-36793
Work Location : City
SILVERTON
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Silverton Family Medicine
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Mount Hood Medical Center campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
Legacy Health is recruiting outpatient physicians for our primary care clinics located in the Eastside of Portland, Oregon. Providers in these clinics include physicians and advanced practitioners, all of whom have been a part of Legacy for several years. Our primary care providers are supported by designated MA’s and care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, behavioral health clinicians, pharmacy techs and pharmacists.   $274k to $305k annually with two-year salary guarantee (1.00 FTE)   Additional opportunities for productivity and quality incentives Opportunities for flexible FTE ranging from 0.60-1.00 FTE • Flexible schedule with opportunities to work 3-4 days per week to provide flexibility • $3,500 annual CME allowance, including 40 hours of CME • Relocation assistance available • Educational loan repayment opportunities (depending on eligibility) • Eligible to participate in HRSA loan repayment opportunities • Comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including Medical/Dental/Vision/Disability/Life/Wellness/Retirement • 100% outpatient clinical practice • Unmatched Epic/EHR support through our unique Super Thrive Program • Dedicated, clinic-based nurse care management • Social worker and behavioral health support • Dedicated pharmacy support, including pharmacy tech and onsite pharmacist to assist with medication management, INR support and diabetic education • Dedicated panel coordinator to assist with patient outreach and care gap closure. Assists with high-quality care for each patient on your panel • Work in collaboration with a team of providers • Opportunities in rural health clinics to qualify for special location stipend   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG   Living in the Eastside of Portland: • East County is made up of several smaller cities east of Portland • Suburban communities near the Mount Hood clinic are among the fastest growing and most desired, including Happy Valley • Several highly-rated public schools are in the area, as well as a variety of private schools • Home of four ski resorts, one of which is open all year • Close to both the Clackamas River and Sandy River. Both are excellent for fishing, kayaking and paddleboarding • Close to the Columbia Gorge where there are several trails for hiking, mountain biking and more than 90 waterfalls for exploration • Close to many restaurants and outdoor concert venues • Home to several private and public golf courses   Responsibilities: • As a physician, you are responsible for the patient throughout treatment • Reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, diagnosing and treating both chronic and episodic disorders • Work in collaboration with the team • Maintain own panel of patients and share call coverage for the clinic • Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action   About Legacy Health:   Good health for our people, our patients, our community, and our world. These are not just words. They are commitments that form the core of our mission, and we take them seriously. We are a mission-driven organization dedicated to making the community we live in a better place for all. That mission matches a profound and serious footprint.   Legacy Health is a locally owned, six-hospital nonprofit health system that also includes a full-service children’s hospital and more than 70 primary care, specialty, and urgent care clinics, 14,000 employees and nearly 3,000 health care providers. We provide comprehensive primary, secondary and tertiary care services across the Portland and Vancouver metro area and Mid-Willamette Valley. From rural areas to urban centers, we play a critical role in the lives of 2.5 million people. As one of the largest employers in the area, people trust Legacy with their lives and livelihoods. That is why Forbes named Legacy one of the best large employers in America in 2022. That vote of trust also demands that we leave a positive mark on our community beyond the hallways of our hospitals, clinics, and labs. As a reflective and open-minded organization, we value the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We acknowledge our country’s history of systemic racism and that it exists deeply in our society, our industry and within our organization. We have done more than merely acknowledge and value these ideals. We have also demonstrated a real commitment to change through concrete actions. We have ensured that diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives remain a single focus that will be integrated into every future system-wide strategy, as well as all of our operations and patient care.   Qualification and Licensure Requirements:   • MD or DO • Graduate of a four-year medical school or equivalent and completed internal or family medicine residency • Board-certified or board-eligible in internal or family medicine • Current Oregon state medical license and DEA certificate • Unrestricted Oregon medical license • Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled   Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities
Requisition ID
24-36790
Work Location : City
GRESHAM
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Mount Hood
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Multiple Locations - Portland Metro
Position Status Regular Full-Time
  Legacy Health is recruiting outpatient physicians for our primary care clinics located in South Portland. Providers in these clinics include physicians and advanced practitioners, all of whom have been a part of Legacy for several years. Our primary care providers are supported by designated MA’s and care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, behavioral health clinicians, pharmacy techs and pharmacists.     $274k to $305k annually with two-year salary guarantee (1.00 FTE)   Additional opportunities for productivity and quality incentives Opportunities for flexible FTE ranging from 0.60-1.00 FTE   • Flexible schedule with opportunities to work 3-4 days per week to provide flexibility • $3,500 annual CME allowance, including 40 hours of CME • Relocation assistance available • Educational loan repayment opportunities (depending on eligibility) • Eligible to participate in HRSA loan repayment opportunities • Comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including Medical/Dental/Vision/Disability/Life/Wellness/Retirement • 100% outpatient clinical practice • Unmatched Epic/EHR support through our unique Super Thrive Program • Dedicated, clinic-based nurse care management • Social worker and behavioral health support • Dedicated pharmacy support, including pharmacy tech and onsite pharmacist to assist with medication management, INR support and diabetic education • Dedicated panel coordinator to assist with patient outreach and care gap closure. Assists with high-quality care for each patient on your panel • Work in collaboration with a team of providers • Opportunities in rural health clinics to qualify for special location stipend   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG   Living in the South Portland Metro Area: • Enjoy the amenities of suburban living, including top schools, extensive sports programs, nature trails, great restaurants, golf courses and wineries • Ten-minute drive to downtown Portland and its many restaurants, theaters, family activities and nightlife • The public school districts in Lake Oswego, Tualatin, West Linn and Wilsonville are all highly rated • Short travel distance to the Oregon Coast, Mount Hood and Columbia River Gorge. Access to many parks for hiking   Responsibilities: • As a physician, you are responsible for the patient throughout treatment • Reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, diagnosing and treating both chronic and episodic disorders • Work in collaboration with the team • Maintain own panel of patients and share call coverage for the clinic • Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action   About Legacy Health:   Good health for our people, our patients, our community, and our world. These are not just words. They are commitments that form the core of our mission, and we take them seriously. We are a mission-driven organization dedicated to making the community we live in a better place for all. That mission matches a profound and serious footprint.   Legacy Health is a locally owned, six-hospital nonprofit health system that also includes a full-service children’s hospital and more than 70 primary care, specialty, and urgent care clinics, 14,000 employees and nearly 3,000 health care providers. We provide comprehensive primary, secondary and tertiary care services across the Portland and Vancouver metro area and Mid-Willamette Valley. From rural areas to urban centers, we play a critical role in the lives of 2.5 million people. As one of the largest employers in the area, people trust Legacy with their lives and livelihoods. That is why Forbes named Legacy one of the best large employers in America in 2022. That vote of trust also demands that we leave a positive mark on our community beyond the hallways of our hospitals, clinics, and labs. As a reflective and open-minded organization, we value the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We acknowledge our country’s history of systemic racism and that it exists deeply in our society, our industry and within our organization. We have done more than merely acknowledge and value these ideals. We have also demonstrated a real commitment to change through concrete actions. We have ensured that diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives remain a single focus that will be integrated into every future system-wide strategy, as well as all of our operations and patient care.   Qualification and Licensure Requirements:   • MD or DO • Graduate of a four-year medical school or equivalent and completed internal or family medicine residency • Board-certified or board-eligible in internal or family medicine • Current Oregon state medical license and DEA certificate • Unrestricted Oregon medical license • Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled   Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities
Requisition ID
24-36789
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Tualatin
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Mount Hood Medical Center campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
The Hospital Chief Medical Officer (HCMO) is responsible for driving clinical excellence, academics, and research in service of our patients and the communities we serve. They report directly to the system CMO, with a dotted line relationship to the Hospital President. Working as a triad with the Hospital President and Hospital Chief Nursing Officer, the HCMO will serve as an influential leader to promote safe, high quality care and clinical operations and will contribute to the strategy, growth, operations and financial viability of Mt. Hood Medical Center and its service area.   They will play a leading role in promoting great patient care while collaborating with clinical service lines, medical staff, and operational leadership. They will apply lean principles and process improvement methodologies to improve quality, patient safety and other physician/provider related initiatives. The HCMO will work with medical center leadership, the Medical Executive Committee, and the Legacy Medical Group to evaluate and optimize our multidisciplinary team structure to lead the strategic growth of the medical staff. They will inspire and develop a physician and advanced practice provider culture rooted in a commitment to excellence, quality, safety and above all else, doing the right thing.   Additionally, the HCMO will be involved with Legacy Health’s system integration, working on quality and clinical initiatives that cross system lines in support of our patients and the overall organization. The HCMO must know how to carefully balance the health system with the vision and goals of the medical center.  They must leverage the value of the system while remaining focused on the day-to-day operations of the medical center and the community it serves.     Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center is East County’s full-service hospital, always expanding to meet the community’s growing needs and offering an award-winning patient experience delivered with a personal touch. We offer advanced imaging, a modern emergency department, a welcoming family birth center, surgical services, intensive care, cancer care, gastroenterology and more.
Requisition ID
24-36787
Work Location : City
GRESHAM
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Administration
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Emanuel Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
Legacy Health is recruiting outpatient physicians for our primary care clinics located in Portland, Oregon. Providers in these clinics include physicians and advanced practitioners, all of whom have been a part of Legacy for several years. Our primary care providers are supported by designated MA’s and care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, behavioral health clinicians, pharmacy techs and pharmacists.   $274k to $305k annually with two-year salary guarantee (1.00 FTE)   Additional opportunities for productivity and quality incentives Opportunities for flexible FTE ranging from 0.60-1.00 FTE   • Flexible schedule with opportunities to work 3-4 days per week to provide flexibility • $3,500 annual CME allowance, including 40 hours of CME • Relocation assistance available • Educational loan repayment opportunities (depending on eligibility) • Eligible to participate in HRSA loan repayment opportunities • Comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including Medical/Dental/Vision/Disability/Life/Wellness/Retirement • 100% outpatient clinical practice • Unmatched Epic/EHR support through our unique Super Thrive Program • Dedicated, clinic-based nurse care management • Social worker and behavioral health support • Dedicated pharmacy support, including pharmacy tech and onsite pharmacist to assist with medication management, INR support and diabetic education • Dedicated panel coordinator to assist with patient outreach and care gap closure. Assists with high-quality care for each patient on your panel • Work in collaboration with a team of providers • Opportunities in rural health clinics to qualify for special location stipend   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG   Living in the Portland Metro Area:   Enjoy a vibrant community with a variety of housing options. Choose from multiple public schools with excellent scores of 7 or higher. From its bounty of restaurants, pubs, theaters and cafes to family activities and cultural life, the Portland area has so much to offer.   Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the following: - Columbia River Gorge - Mount St. Helens - Mount Hood - Access to more than 200 parks and gardens within city limits - Easy access to the Oregon and Washington coasts for camping, hiking and more   Responsibilities: • As a physician, you are responsible for the patient throughout treatment • Reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, diagnosing and treating both chronic and episodic disorders • Work in collaboration with the team • Maintain own panel of patients and share call coverage for the clinic • Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action   About Legacy Health:   Good health for our people, our patients, our community, and our world. These are not just words. They are commitments that form the core of our mission, and we take them seriously. We are a mission-driven organization dedicated to making the community we live in a better place for all. That mission matches a profound and serious footprint.   Legacy Health is a locally owned, six-hospital nonprofit health system that also includes a full-service children’s hospital and more than 70 primary care, specialty, and urgent care clinics, 14,000 employees and nearly 3,000 health care providers. We provide comprehensive primary, secondary and tertiary care services across the Portland and Vancouver metro area and Mid-Willamette Valley. From rural areas to urban centers, we play a critical role in the lives of 2.5 million people. As one of the largest employers in the area, people trust Legacy with their lives and livelihoods. That is why Forbes named Legacy one of the best large employers in America in 2022. That vote of trust also demands that we leave a positive mark on our community beyond the hallways of our hospitals, clinics, and labs. As a reflective and open-minded organization, we value the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We acknowledge our country’s history of systemic racism and that it exists deeply in our society, our industry and within our organization. We have done more than merely acknowledge and value these ideals. We have also demonstrated a real commitment to change through concrete actions. We have ensured that diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives remain a single focus that will be integrated into every future system-wide strategy, as well as all of our operations and patient care.   Qualification and Licensure Requirements:   • MD or DO • Graduate of a four-year medical school or equivalent and completed internal or family medicine residency • Board-certified or board-eligible in internal or family medicine • Current Oregon state medical license and DEA certificate • Unrestricted Oregon medical license • Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled   Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities  
Requisition ID
24-36743
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Northeast
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Homebased EE Oregon
Position Status Part Time - Benefitted
        The Physician Advisor provides medical direction/ guidance to the Care Management Department in the areas of Utilization Management, Clinical Documentation Improvement, Charge Capture, transitions of care are related initiatives.  The Physician Advisor functions in a combined advisory, administrative and educational role and serves as a critical link between Care Management, the Medical Staff and the hospital for matters related to physician practice and behaviors as they affect quality and cost outcomes.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education: Graduate of a four year accredited U.S. Medical School or the equivalent.   Experience: - Minimum five years’ experience managing patients with multi-system issues and comorbidities. - Demonstrated knowledge of regulatory and compliance requirements. Licensure/Certification: - M.D. or D.O. Unrestricted License to practice Medicine in the applicable state(s).    - American College of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP CHCQM) Board Certification no later than 1 year from clinic start date. Knowledge/Skills: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Demonstrated competence in utilization management and clinical documentation improvement. - Clinical knowledge and skills to act as a resource for Care Management department staff and as a liaison with physicians. - Knowledge regarding regulatory and compliance requirements for documentation and billing.  PREFERRED LEADER PROFILE: Demonstrates the ability to act consistently with our Preferred Employee Profile, exemplify our core organizational values and exhibit the leadership competencies outlined in the Preferred Leader Profile.   Physician Leadership: - Engage physicians in the following processes: - Clinical Documentation Improvement Program; - Medical necessity and levels of care; - InterQual Criteria; - LOS and avoidable day issues; - Avoidable readmissions; - Denials; - Payer contracts and role of the physician with the payer’s Medical Director; - Effectively communicate with medical staff, addressing patient care dilemmas with goal of clarifying ambiguity, successfully managing change and maximizing patient outcomes; - Integrate principles of quality improvement and evidence-based practice to improve overall patient care. Transitions of Care: - Facilitates communications between the hospital systems that support plan of care—especially the timely response of hospitalists, specialists, and other physicians; - Provides decision support to physicians as requested for the development of medical plan of care and transition plan for complex patients with unclear goals of care and for issues related to utilization management; - Provides consultation for patients being considered for Legacy funded discharge plan; - Participates in patient care conferences and facilitates the development of patient-centered care plans where appropriate. Utilization Management: - General knowledge of medical necessity criteria for inpatient, observation and ambulatory status; - Provides secondary review for determination of patient class when needed; - Works within established processes when needed to intervene with payers, supports denial and appeal activities, admit and transfer decisions, and issuance of hospital-issued notices of non-coverage; - Co-chairs the Utilization Management Committee and related outlier review meetings; - Co-chairs the Readmission Committee meetings; - Provides focused reviews on selected cases; - Uses data to identify trends, root causes and strategies for improvement. - Assists and contributes to the development and implementation of policies and procedures as needed. - Remains current with all medical record requirements including dating and timing of orders and progress notes. Clinical Documentation Improvement: - Provides feedback and education to other members of the medical staff on opportunities for documentation improvement. - Provides education and assistance to Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists on questions of documentation completeness and accuracy. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities. For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG.
Requisition ID
24-36614
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Care Management
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
32
Job Location Homebased EE Oregon
Position Status Part Time - No Benefits
      The Physician Advisor provides medical direction/ guidance to the Care Management Department in the areas of Utilization Management, Clinical Documentation Improvement, Charge Capture, transitions of care are related initiatives.  The Physician Advisor functions in a combined advisory, administrative and educational role and serves as a critical link between Care Management, the Medical Staff and the hospital for matters related to physician practice and behaviors as they affect quality and cost outcomes.   QUALIFICATIONS:   Education: Graduate of a four year accredited U.S. Medical School or the equivalent.   Experience: - Minimum five years’ experience managing patients with multi-system issues and comorbidities. - Demonstrated knowledge of regulatory and compliance requirements. Licensure/Certification: - M.D. or D.O. Unrestricted License to practice Medicine in the applicable state(s).    - American College of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP CHCQM) Board Certification no later than 1 year from clinic start date. Knowledge/Skills: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Demonstrated competence in utilization management and clinical documentation improvement. - Clinical knowledge and skills to act as a resource for Care Management department staff and as a liaison with physicians. - Knowledge regarding regulatory and compliance requirements for documentation and billing.  PREFERRED LEADER PROFILE: Demonstrates the ability to act consistently with our Preferred Employee Profile, exemplify our core organizational values and exhibit the leadership competencies outlined in the Preferred Leader Profile.   Physician Leadership: - Engage physicians in the following processes: - Clinical Documentation Improvement Program; - Medical necessity and levels of care; - InterQual Criteria; - LOS and avoidable day issues; - Avoidable readmissions; - Denials; - Payer contracts and role of the physician with the payer’s Medical Director; - Effectively communicate with medical staff, addressing patient care dilemmas with goal of clarifying ambiguity, successfully managing change and maximizing patient outcomes; - Integrate principles of quality improvement and evidence-based practice to improve overall patient care. Transitions of Care: - Facilitates communications between the hospital systems that support plan of care—especially the timely response of hospitalists, specialists, and other physicians; - Provides decision support to physicians as requested for the development of medical plan of care and transition plan for complex patients with unclear goals of care and for issues related to utilization management; - Provides consultation for patients being considered for Legacy funded discharge plan; - Participates in patient care conferences and facilitates the development of patient-centered care plans where appropriate. Utilization Management: - General knowledge of medical necessity criteria for inpatient, observation and ambulatory status; - Provides secondary review for determination of patient class when needed; - Works within established processes when needed to intervene with payers, supports denial and appeal activities, admit and transfer decisions, and issuance of hospital-issued notices of non-coverage; - Co-chairs the Utilization Management Committee and related outlier review meetings; - Co-chairs the Readmission Committee meetings; - Provides focused reviews on selected cases; - Uses data to identify trends, root causes and strategies for improvement. - Assists and contributes to the development and implementation of policies and procedures as needed. - Remains current with all medical record requirements including dating and timing of orders and progress notes. Clinical Documentation Improvement: - Provides feedback and education to other members of the medical staff on opportunities for documentation improvement. - Provides education and assistance to Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists on questions of documentation completeness and accuracy. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities. For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG.
Requisition ID
24-36612
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Care Management
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
20
Job Location System Office 1919 Building
Position Status Supplemental
    We have a very clear mission at Legacy: to make life better for our patients, our community and each other. We show it every day, in everything we do. At Legacy, we have a fundamental responsibility to improve the wellness of everyone we touch and empower people to live healthier lives. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you.   Legacy is recruiting an Outpatient, Supplemental Physician for our Oregon and/or SW Washington clinics. Our clinics support the local communities by providing services to a variety of patient population. With more than 25 clinics serving Portland, the surrounding communities and rural locations such as Silverton, Keizer, Sandy and St. Helens, Legacy is helping keep the Pacific Northwest healthy. Our clinics have well-supported teams to include panel coordinator, social worker, RN case manager, behaviorist, pharmacist as well as an individually assigned MA.    Responsibilities - Responsible for the patient throughout the course of treatment, including reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, making the diagnosis, and treating both chronic and episodic disorders. - Work in collaboration with the team and seek the advice of a team physician whenever a case falls outside the scope of expertise. Qualification and Licensure Requirements - Graduate of a 4-year Medical School or equivalent and completed Internal or Family Medicine residency. - Board certified or board eligible in internal or family medicine. - Unrestricted Medical licenses. - Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association - Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action. Benefits of Working for Legacy - A nonprofit that serves the community. - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved. - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, hire-on bonuses, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more. - Special location clinics qualify for National Health Service Corps loan repayment as well as Legacy Special Location stipend. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36617
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Resource Pool
Hours Per Week
0
Job Location Good Samaritan Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
  If your skill as a Surgical Oncology Physician Assistant is matched only by your compassion, you may be a perfect fit at Legacy Health. Here, we value every member of our community, and together we strive to make life better for others. We do so with professionalism, integrity and a lot of heart. If this sounds like the kind of health care community in which you could thrive, we invite you to consider this position.   Legacy has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Physician Assistant. Legacy Health offers a quality work environment, competitive salary and comprehensive benefits to include hire on bonus and relocation allowance.   Qualification and Licensure Requirements - Requires Bachelor’s degree and successful completion of a physician assistant program accredited by any of the following accrediting bodies: - Committee on Allied Health, Education Accreditation of the American Medical   Association (CAHEA); - Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP); - Accreditation Review Commission on the Education of the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). - Current applicable state licensure to practice as a Physician Assistant or ability to obtain licensure upon date of hire. - Current ACLS and PALS certification from the American Heart Association. - Must submit information necessary to complete a National Practitioner Data Base search and meet Legacy’s standards for results. - Requires experience in direct patient management in the Oncology subspecialty. - Knowledge of acute and chronic disease states, administration and prescription of medications, and delivering physical care following treatment plan.  Benefits of Working for Legacy - A nonprofit that serves the community - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, hire-on bonuses, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled
Requisition ID
24-36654
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Surgical Oncology
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Salmon Creek Medical Ctr campus
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    If you deliver a dose of compassion to every patient you see, you may be an ideal addition to the Legacy community. You’ll provide medical and surgical services within an assigned clinic, forging relationships with staff and delivering expert care to patients. Every aspect of your work will reflect the Legacy mission of making life better for others.   Legacy Medical is looking for an Orthopedic Physician Assistant with experience or is interested in pediatrics. Under the direction of the Physician Assistant’s Supervising Physician or Designated Agent, provides medical and surgical services to patients of the assigned clinic. Ability to make responsible decisions within the scope of practice as a dependent medical practitioner.   Responsibilities and Qualifications:   Qualifications: - Requires Bachelor’s degree and successful completion of a physician assistant program accredited by any of the following accrediting bodies: - Committee on Allied Health, Education Accreditation of the American Medical   Association (CAHEA); - Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP); - Accreditation Review Commission on the Education of the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). - Current applicable state licensure to practice as a Physician Assistant or ability to obtain licensure upon date of hire. - Current BLS from the American Heart Association. - Must submit information necessary to complete a National Practitioner Data Base search and meet Legacy’s standards for results. Experience: - Requires experience in direct patient management in the surgical subspecialty of vascular, neurosurgery or orthopedic surgery (depending on assignment). - Surgical assisting experience required. - Knowledge of acute and chronic disease states, administration and prescription of medications, and delivering physical care following treatment plan. LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:  Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled
Requisition ID
24-36504
Work Location : City
VANCOUVER
Work Location : State/Province
WA
Department
LMG Orthopedics And Sports Med
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    Randall Childrens Hospital is currently seeking a BC/BE Pediatric Hospitalist to join our dynamic and well-established Pediatric Hospitalist Program at Randall Children’s Hospital (RCH). This position will include attending level care and consultation to children on the inpatient unit at RCH, rotating on both the resident staffed teaching service and as an independent attending. In addition, this position will provide newborn services at RCH as well as newborn services, including resuscitations, at two community Legacy Health hospitals, to include both home pager call and in-house night cross coverage of a level 3b NICU. Hospitalist team members are actively engaged in teaching, quality improvement work (both nationally and locally) and clinical program development. The position will join a large, collegial group of dedicated Hospitalists, and as with prior hires will be expected to have an increased night burden in their first 18 months of employment.   Randall Children’s (RCH) is a comprehensive 165-bed Childrens Hospital in Portland, Oregon serving for decades as a regional leader in care to infants, children and teens in the Pacific Northwest. RCH is one of Oregon’s largest pediatric providers with nearly 100,000 patient visits per year, 24/7 in- house Pediatric Intensivist, and Level One pediatric trauma and surgical services. It has been ranked top 5% of all of Press Ganey patient satisfaction for 2018, AND top 5% for the past three years running.  Randall Children’s is located in central Portland, a dynamic city consistently ranked in the top 5 for livability and offering a wide range of cultural, outdoor and professional opportunities. Legacy Medical Group offers competitive market-based compensation, generous CME benefit, comprehensive retirement options, relocation package, and hire on bonus. As a nationally known and respected health care provider, Legacy Health offers an outstanding work environment. We are a not for profit 501 (c) 3 organization for federal loan forgiveness. As we consider qualified candidates, we are committed to building a culture that values diversity and is reflective of those we care for.    PALS and NRP certifications from the American Heart association required.   For additional information please email Forrest Brown at Fobrown@lhs.org   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. No J1/H-1B visas.
Requisition ID
24-36602
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Inpatient Pediatricians
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Multiple Locations - Portland Metro
Position Status Part Time - Benefitted
    JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Supervising Physician or Designated Agent, provides medical and surgical services to patients of the assigned clinic.  Ability to make responsible decisions within the scope of practice as a dependent medical practitioner.   Functions in collaborative relationships with consulting physicians as clinically indicated.  Participates in the daily functions and staff rotations as directed by the Medical Director and Clinic Manager.  Follows all organizational, regulatory and human resource policies and procedures as established by Legacy Portland Hospitals under the direction of the Clinic Manager. Practice includes full participation in outpatient care.     GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS   Clinical (Hospital, outpatient clinic): - Outpatient office visits - Hospital admission/Consult/Rounding - Surgical assistance Outpatient:  Participates in Medical Specialty Outpatient Clinic: - Evaluates patients in the specialty outpatient clinic - Assures essential studies are performed prior to clinic visit - Examines and interviews patient and family - Presents case with recommendations to supervising physicians, as necessary - Arranges all sub-specialty follow-up - Communicates with PCPs - Performs dictation of history/physical, clinical notes, imaging studies and discharge summary - Oversees medications for outpatient care - Arranges appropriate outpatient therapy, referral system within Legacy to be maximally utilize Continuous Quality Improvement:  Participates as part of the health care team in making the Service operate smoothly: - Works closely with Medical Director and the Clinic Manager of the service to improve care delivery operations. - Participates in the statistical collections, review of productivity, operational flow, roles and task of related departmental support. - Actively takes part in all quality assurance activities such as case review, audit and continuing education activities, statistic collection, and development of practice protocols, under the direction of the Medical Director, and the Clinic Manager. - Proactively participates in process improvement teams (PIT), as appropriate Education: As required by licensure.   Experience: Full scope women’s healthcare and oncology experience preferred.   Licensure: - Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant (PA-C) license required. - Active State RN license with Prescriptive Privleges for NP - Current CPR License required. - Active Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association. - Active member in good standing of Hospital Medical Staff. Knowledge/Skills: - Able to conduct research. - Ability to work with people in a diplomatic and tactful manner, utilizing effective leadership and group process skills. - Demonstrated competency in clinical care, as appropriate to the ages of patients served. - Ability to obtain and interpret information in terms of the patient’s needs; knowledge of growth and development; and an understanding of the range of treatment needed by these patients.   LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION: Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.    For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG.
Requisition ID
24-36648
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Gyn Oncology
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
32
Job Location Multiple Locations - Portland Metro
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    If you deliver a dose of compassion to every patient you see, you may be an ideal addition to the Legacy community. You’ll provide medical and surgical services within an assigned clinic, forging relationships with staff and delivering expert care to patients. Every aspect of your work will reflect the Legacy mission of making life better for others.   Legacy Health is seeking a full-time Urogynecologist to join their team. The ideal candidate should be a board eligible or board-certified Urogynecologist with a strong interest in both inpatient and outpatient care.   Portland is a city that continually ranks in the top 10 for livability and includes both urban and family-friendly communities. Portland has a wide arrange of nationally recognized parks for hiking and off-road biking. The city is sophisticated, offering diverse cultural activities including a wide range of theater, musicals and museums open throughout the year. In the spring and summer months, Portlandiers gather on the waterfront for concerts and fun activities. If your desire is to step out of the city, take a hike in the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, hit the slopes of Mt. Hood, or catch a wave off the Oregon Coast – all are a short drive from Portland. Description: - 1.0 FTE female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery subspecialist. 33% time anticipated in Oregon for pelvic floor reconstructive surgery, bladder evaluations, sling procedures for stress incontinence and sacral nerve stimulators. 66% time in office anticipating new and established patient visits for prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, lower urinary tract irritative symptoms, recurrent UTI and pelvic pain. - Office procedures include Urodynamics, Cystoscopy, Bladder Botox, PTNS, Trigger point injections and Urethral bulking agents. - Call is equally shared between partners in group, and shared call with TOC on weekends and holidays. - Non-clinical responsibilities include teaching: must be FULLY engaged with both MIGS and FPMRS fellows. - Meetings deemed necessary for clinic and Dept operations.   Qualifications: - M.D./D.O. Graduate of a four-year accredited U.S. Medical school or equivalent. - Completion of residency in Urogynecology. - Unrestricted Oregon and Washington State Medical License - Current BLS certificate from the American Heart Association  Benefits of Working for Legacy: - A nonprofit that serves the community. - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved. - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36519
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Advanced Gyn Urogynecology
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Multiple Locations - Portland Metro
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    If your skill as a Gynecologic Oncologist is matched only by your compassion, you may be a perfect fit at Legacy Health. Here, we value every member of our community, and together we strive to make life better for others. We do so with professionalism, integrity and a lot of heart. If this sounds like the kind of health care community in which you could thrive, we invite you to consider this position.   Legacy has an exciting opportunity for an Gynecologic Oncologist. Legacy Health offers a quality work environment, competitive salary and comprehensive benefits to include hire on bonus and relocation allowance.   Portland is a city that continually ranks in the top 10 for livability and includes both urban and family-friendly communities. Portland has a wide arrange of nationally recognized parks for hiking and off-road biking. The city is sophisticated, offering diverse cultural activities including a wide range of theater, musicals and museums open throughout the year. In the spring and summer months, Portlanders gather on the waterfront for concerts and fun activities. If your desire is to step out of the city, take a hike in the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, hit the slopes of Mt. Hood, or catch a wave off the Oregon Coast – all are a short drive from Portland. Description: - 1.0 FTE Board Eligible or Board Certified Gynecologic Oncologist - Work with an experienced team of providers: 3 Physicians, 3 Physician Assistants and 1 Nurse Practitioner - Comprehensive cancer services at the Legacy Cancer Institute include medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgical oncologists, colorectal and urology surgeons, interventional radiologists, and support services with patient navigators, social work and survivorship programs - Robust clinical trials program, GOG/NRG site designation - Gynecologic Oncology Tumor board twice per month - Non-clinical responsibilities include teaching MIGS fellows, ObGyn residents and medical students - Cover call for 3 hospital campuses. Call is equally shared between all partners in group. - Current BLS or ATLS certification. Qualification and Licensure Requirements - Works well in a team environment - Graduate of a four-year accredited U.S. Medical School or the equivalent. - Satisfactory completion of an accredited residency in obstetrics and gynecology followed by fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology. - Board Certified or board eligible in Gynecologic Oncology - Robotic competency sufficiently documented to obtain hospital privileges - Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the applicable state. - Current ACLS certification.  Benefits of Working for Legacy - A nonprofit that serves the community - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more.  Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36485
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Gyn Oncology
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Gresham Go Health UC
Position Status Regular Full-Time
      EXCELLENT BONUS PROGRAM: Quarterly Bonus AND opportunity to earn a Daily Volume Bonus   Company Overview: At GoHealth Urgent Care, we GO above and beyond for our patients, communities, and team members to ensure effortless, personal, and connected experiences. We have partnered with Legacy Health, one of the most respected healthcare networks in the Pacific Northwest, to create a substantial network of urgent care centers across Portland, OR, and Vancouver, WA. Our state-of-the-art centers are equipped with advanced technology, including an integrated Epic EMR (integrated w/ Dragon Dictate). The partnership also provides unique patient access tools, such as online registration and appointment scheduling.   Job Summary: We are seeking progressive and entrepreneurial Physician Assistants with experience in adult and pediatric care to join our team in the Portland, OR, and Vancouver, WA region. As part of our team, you will have the opportunity to practice urgent care medicine and receive professional support from one of the nation's fastest-growing urgent care networks.  Work alongside with a Clinical Leadership team that is supportive, honest and transparent.   Key Responsibilities: - Treat both pediatric and adult patient populations (all ages). - Perform minor procedures (sutures, casts, splints, etc.), overview reads of EKGs and X-rays. - Collaborate with on-site Rad Techs, Medical Assistants, and Paramedics for support. - Opportunity to work with a Scribe. - Dedicated Urgent Care Specialty – exclusively practice urgent care medicine – No Primary Care, DOT or Occupational Medicine in our urgent care position.   Benefits and Perks: - Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package as an employee of Legacy Health (hourly pay, PTO, CME allowance, up-to-date subscription, and more). - More autonomy with mentoring and support when needed. - Opportunities for flexible scheduling and rotation between locations. - Dedicated Urgent Care specialty – exclusively practice urgent care medicine. - Clinical leadership support – honest and transparent leadership. - We offer hourly pay, ensuring that you receive fair compensation for every hour you work, which includes shift differential pay for weekends and holidays.   Minimum Qualifications: - PA: 1-2 years’ experience in an Urgent Care or Emergency Medicine setting required. - Experience treating patients ages 6 months and up in an urgent care or emergency room setting. - Ability to comfortably perform minor procedures (sutures, casts, splints, etc.), overview reads of EKGs and X-rays.   Apply Now and Take Your Career to the Next Level! If you're a dynamic, flexible, and experienced clinician ready to make a difference, we'd love to hear from you. Don't miss this opportunity to join our collaborative team and practice urgent care medicine with the support of a fast-growing healthcare network. Apply now and unlock your full potential!   Connect with us: Have questions or need more information? Reach out to our hiring team at Ali.Bethune@GoHealthUC.com to start a conversation about your future with Legacy-GoHealth Urgent Care.    
Requisition ID
24-36468
Work Location : City
GRESHAM
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
Go Health UC Providers
Bonus/Relocation
No
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
36
Job Location Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
Position Status Regular Full-Time
  Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel has a full-time benefited opportunity for a BE/BC pediatric orthopedic surgeon. Candidates would join an established team that includes 3 pediatric orthopedic surgeons, and 3 physician assistants.  Preferred candidates have a strong clinical background, a great work ethic, an interest in expanding our pediatric orthopedic practice, quality improvement and education. Our program offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services in the Portland/Vancouver area.   For decades Randall Children’s Hospital has been a regional leader in providing excellent care to infants, children and teens in Portland and the Pacific Northwest and is one of Oregon’s largest providers of pediatric inpatient and trauma services. Randall Children’s Hospital medical staff is made up of more than 600 physicians, including pediatric medical and surgical specialists, hospitalists and community pediatricians. Randall Children’s Hospital receives nearly 100,000 patient visits per year. The children’s Emergency Department is Oregon’s busiest with more than 26,000 visits annually. Randall Children’s Hospital is a teaching facility for medical students and residents. This position is responsible for taking call at Randall Children’s Hospital.   Randall Children’s Hospital is committed to delivering comprehensive and family-centered care with compassion and excellence. We are a not for profit 501(c) 3 organization for federal educational loan forgiveness.   Portland is a city that continually ranks in the top 10 for livability and includes both urban and family-friendly communities. Portland has a wide arrange of nationally recognized parks for hiking and off-road biking. The city is sophisticated, offering diverse cultural activities including a wide range of theater, musical and museums open throughout the year.  In the spring and summer months, Portlanders gather on the waterfront for concerts and fun activities. If your desire is to step out of the city, take a hike in the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, hit the slopes of Mt. Hood or catch a wave off the Oregon Coast – all a short drive from Portland.   This opportunity offers a compensation at the national median. Legacy offers a generous benefits packages including medical, CME allowance, malpractice coverage, pension and relocation bonus.   Education: - Graduate of four-year U.S. Medical School or equivalent. - Completion of ACGME accredited residency in orthopedic surgery. - Fellowship in subspecialty area of pediatric orthopedic surgery required. Qualifications: - Board certified/eligible in Pediatric Orthopedics - Board Certification as required by Medical Staff bylaws - Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the applicable state(s) - Active member in good standing of Hospital Medical Staff - BLS Certificate from the American Heart Association - Current PALS certification Experience: Two to three years’ experience in the management of orthopedic patients preferred.   Legacy Values in Action: Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Forrest Brown at FoBRown@lhs.org  
Requisition ID
24-36593
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Orthopedics And Sports Med
Bonus/Relocation
Bonus/Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40
Job Location Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel
Position Status Supplemental
      At Legacy, we are committed to improving the wellness of others. Our mission is to provide excellent, evidence-based care to our patients while showing compassion to our patients and each other. We demonstrate this each day, in everything we do. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to speak with you.   This is a supplemental midwifery position at Legacy Medical Group (LMG) Midwifery practicing at the Emanuel/Randall Children's Hospital and Legacy Medical Group St. Helens campus. Our thriving midwifery practice provides independent full scope care in a team-based model.   Description and Requirements: - Provides antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, family-planning and well-woman gynecological care independently to adolescent and adult patients based on scope of practice and established guidelines. - Consults appropriately with consulting physicians. - Provides collaborative care or referral to medical management as appropriate. - This care is guided by practice guidelines and standards established jointly by the LMG Midwifery staff and Program Director under the direction of the Clinical VP of Women’s Services. - Follows all organizational, regulatory and human resource policies and procedures. - Practice includes full participation in outpatient and inpatient care. - Practices full scope midwifery. - Full scope women’s healthcare and midwifery experience required. - Ability to work with people in a diplomatic and tactful manner, utilizing effective leadership and group process skills. - Bilingual preferred but not required. Education: - As required by licensure. Certification and Licenses: - Current applicable state license as a Registered Nurse/ Nurse Midwife/ Nurse Practitioner with Prescriptive Privileges (NP-PP) required. - National Certification as a Nurse Midwife required. - Possess active BLS card from the American Heart Association - Current licensure as required by staff and state requirements. LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION: Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36245
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Midwifery
Hours Per Week
0
Job Location System Office 1919 Building
Position Status Supplemental
    We have a very clear mission at Legacy: to make life better for our patients, our community and each other. We show it every day, in everything we do. At Legacy, we have a fundamental responsibility to improve the wellness of everyone we touch and empower people to live healthier lives. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you.   Legacy is recruiting an Outpatient, Supplemental Physician for our Oregon and/or SW Washington clinics. Our clinics support the local communities by providing services to a variety of patient population. With more than 25 clinics serving Portland, the surrounding communities and rural locations such as Silverton, Keizer, Sandy and St. Helens, Legacy is helping keep the Pacific Northwest healthy. Our clinics have well-supported teams to include panel coordinator, social worker, RN case manager, behaviorist, pharmacist as well as an individually assigned MA.    Responsibilities - Responsible for the patient throughout the course of treatment, including reviewing clinical history, providing the physical examination, making the diagnosis, and treating both chronic and episodic disorders. - Work in collaboration with the team and seek the advice of a team physician whenever a case falls outside the scope of expertise. Qualification and Licensure Requirements - Graduate of a 4-year Medical School or equivalent and completed Internal or Family Medicine residency. - Board certified or board eligible in internal or family medicine. - Unrestricted Medical licenses. - Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association - Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action. Benefits of Working for Legacy - A nonprofit that serves the community. - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved. - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, hire-on bonuses, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more. - Special location clinics qualify for National Health Service Corps loan repayment as well as Legacy Special Location stipend. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36517
Work Location : City
PORTLAND
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Resource Pool
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
0
Job Location Woodburn Health Center
Position Status Regular Full-Time
    $112k to $167k yearly salary range (1.00 FTE) - Opportunities for flexible FTE ranging from 0.80-1.00 FTE - Rural Health Clinic- Qualifies for special location stipend   We have a very clear mission at Legacy: to make life better for our patients, our community and each other. We show it every day, in everything we do. At Legacy, we have a fundamental responsibility to improve the wellness of everyone we touch and empower people to live healthier lives. If you are interested in joining a team that is making a difference, we would like to talk with you.   Legacy is recruiting an Outpatient Advance Practice Practitioner for our Woodburn Health Center, located at 1475 Mt Hood Ave, Woodburn, OR 97071.  Providers in this clinic include physicians and APPs, all of whom have been a part of Legacy for several years. Woodburn is a vibrant community located one hour south of the Portland Metro in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Our primary care providers are supported by individually assigned MAs as well as care teams that can include panel coordinators, social workers, RN case managers, and behavioral health clinicians and pharmacy.   Our clinics support the local communities by providing services to diverse patient populations. With more than 25 clinics across the Portland metro area and rural locations such as Silverton, Mt. Angel, Sandy and St. Helens, Legacy is helping keep the Pacific Northwest healthy.   This is a Supportive APP role. LMG Primary Care utilizes Advanced Practice Providers in this role to extend a group of primary care providers capacity and improve access by:  - Helping to manage the Epic In-basket (patient messages, medication management, diagnostic results and orders, and responding to urgent issues)  - Seeing routine follow-up patients which improves access and decompresses the schedules of other providers, allowing them to see more new patients  - Seeing same day urgent care type issues which mitigates disruption to the daily schedule, improves access and patient satisfaction. Qualification and Licensure Requirement: - Graduate of Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant program. - Minimum of 2-years’ experience. - Current OR NP or PA license w/Prescriptive Privileges. - Current BLS certification from the American Heart Association - Willing to adhere to guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action  Benefits of Working for Legacy: - A nonprofit that serves the community - Community leader in providing healthcare and healthcare related services to the underserved - Full compensation and benefits package to include competitive salary, relocation assistance, CME allowance, full medical plan, malpractice coverage, retirement and much more. LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:  Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.   Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disabled. Sorry, no J1 or H-1B visa opportunities.   For additional information please formally apply or contact Erin Pendergraft at EPENDERG@LHS.ORG
Requisition ID
24-36471
Work Location : City
WOODBURN
Work Location : State/Province
OR
Department
LMG Woodburn Health Ctr
Bonus/Relocation
Relocation
Critical to Fill
Yes
Hours Per Week
40

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