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OBGYN job in VA

Company: Archway Physician Recruitment
Location: Woodbridge
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

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OBGYN Director opening in Woodbridge, VA
Located 22 miles from Washington, DC

- Full-time
- Permanent
- Directorship
- **A lot of high risk patients**
- Spanish speaking candidates preferred (not required)
- Looking for a candidate who is interested in making a difference in their community

Group offers:
- Competitive Salary
- Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance (100% employer contribution for employee coverage on our medical & vision plans, 50% employer contribution for family coverage)
- 7 paid Holidays
- 15 days of PTO accrued annually (Accrual increase potential based on years of service)
- 401k plan with a 3% employer contribution (regardless of the employee's contribution)
- Center paid Life Insurance
- Advancement opportunities and continuous staff Training and Development
- Extended Bereavement time off for immediate family members
- Uniform reimbursement for Medical and Dental Assistants

Spanish speaking candidates preferred

Position Description
The OBGYN Practice Director is responsible for the delivery of quality OBGYN patient care. The
OBGYN Practice Director leads the OBGYN staff to ensure effective and efficient patient care delivery
and the achievement of desired patient outcomes. Provide care consistent with medical best practices
and the policies and procedures of the organization. Protect the dignity, privacy and confidentiality of
patients and their families. Possesses the ability to work independently and collaborate, when
appropriate, with other Center healthcare providers to offer integrated care to patients of all ages.

This position requires compliance with the Centers Compliance Program and Standards of Conduct
and applicable policies and procedures. Such compliance will be considered as part of a regular
performance appraisal. Failure to comply with the Centers standards, including the failure to report
any conduct or event that potentially violates legal or compliance requirements, will be met by the
enforcement of disciplinary action, up to and including possible termination.
The expectations by the CEO of each practice director:

1. Run the practice like a small business:
This means setting provider expectations regarding the number of patients to be seen by
provider per day (e.g., CMS guidelines) to:
(a) ensure patients are able to access health care services and
(b) ensure sufficient revenue is generated to support expenses and capital needs to not only
sustain the practice but to lead the practice into the future to take advantage of opportunities
to enhance the practice and potentially expand services available to patients.

2. Lead the practice:
a. Set the example for providers and support staff to mirror; the actions and the behavior of
the practice director are always at the forefront and are critical to the success of the
b. Administrative time is comprised of two components: clinical and practice
Clinical administrative time - 1 hour per clinic day to address patient
notes/records/etc. It is 30 minutes after lunch and 30 minutes at the end of the day. For
example, 4 days of a 5-day week are designated for working practice directors so each of
the 4 days will have 1 hour of clinical administrative time.
Practice administrative time 8 hours per week, generally one business day, to address all
matters related to leading the practice. Any participation in meetings as noted in item Q
below should take place during the practice administrative time if possible; if not, then the
time necessary to participate in meetings needs to be limited to 2 hours per month or less.
c. Participate in the development of Center policy, health center wide and practice specific,
and proposal to the Board for consideration and acceptance. The Board sets all policies for
the health center.
The Board sets all policies. It is the responsibility of directors, practice and administrative,
to develop guidelines/protocol/procedures to implement Board policies.
d. Participate in the development, implementation and review of practice
guidelines/protocols/procedures to ensure continuous improvement in the quality of care
available and provided to patients.
e. Provide oversight and on-going adherence to practice guidelines/protocols/procedures
and staff development activities utilizing evidence-based practices.
f. Participate in and provide perspective in critical incident reviews and other practice
aspects of risk management.
g. Develop, participate, review and make recommendations in health record audits, peer
reviews and other practice review activities for continuous improvements to the systems
necessary to enhance the health outcomes of patients.
h. Participate in the development and maintaining of systems for recruiting, hiring,
evaluating and retention of practice team members.
i. Develop new practice staff on-boarding guidelines and process. Participate in the direct
on-boarding, leading by example, and ensuring the ramp-up period for new providers is
j. Advocate coordination of activities between the directors practice and other health center
k. Understand, comply with, and advocate Patient Center Medical Home (PCMH) guidelines
and requirements (e.g, Team Huddles are utilized)
l. Participate in establishing and monitoring guidelines for afterhours call systems; if
appropriate, provider hospital privileges.
m. Participate in and provide perspective in health center committees and leadership
meetings (i.e., Quality Assurance/Improvement Committee, Credentialing Committee,
Senior Leadership Group, etc.)
n. Complies with documentation requirements of the performance improvement, grant
administration, and clinical tracking systems. Develops and submits documentation as
o. Collaborate with marketing and outreach efforts including health fairs, community-based
events, etc.
p. Participate in the development, negotiation and advocacy of partnership referral
agreements, memorandum of understandings, contracts, etc.
q. Participate and provide practice perspective on behalf of the Center in community
partnerships and other organizations. Community partnership and other organization
meetings are held monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, etc.
Participation needs balanced with administrative responsibilities involved in leading the
1) If the practice director is spending six hours or more per month at meetings
outside of the health center, the director needs to reduce their activities to be
on-site, run the practice, and be available as a resource for the practice.

2) If the practice director is spending less than 2 hour per month at meetings
outside of the health center, the director needs to be more involved in activities
to the perspective of the health center is not absent.

Essential Functions:
1. Develop, review and implement OBGYN clinical practice guidelines.
2. Reviewing OBGYN clinical practice by developing and participating in medical record audits,
peer review, and other practice review activities.
3. Providing practice oversight for OBGYN care operations in all community
health center facilities to include involvement in individual provider practice and
primary care program operations.
4. Providing input and guidance regarding after hours call systems and provider hospital
5. Providing OBGYN practice perspective and guidance with regard to OBGYN care
6. Providing OBGYN practice perspective and guidance to care partnerships
with other organizations and community partners, participate in negotiation of
partnership contracts and agreements.
7. Assuring quality OBGYN practices are promoted by the development of practice guidelines,
staff development activities, and clinical practice review that are evidenced based.
8. Assuring coordination of activities and OBGYN clinical practice for medical care and clinical
9. Participate in developing and maintaining of systems for recruiting, hiring and evaluating
OBGYN clinicians.
10. Developing and maintaining systems for OBGYN provider peer review.
11. Participating in and providing leadership and perspective in Public Health
Professional Practice Committee, Quality Assurance/Improvement committee,
Credentialing Committee and Senior Leadership Group.
12. Coordinating with Medical Director regarding nurse practitioner and nursing practice issues in
OBGYN clinical operations and services.
13. Providing OBGYN perspective and leadership in critical incident reviews and other
medical practice aspects of risk management.
14. Providing OBGYN practice perspective with regard to department billing procedures
and policies.
15. Facilitating and coordinating resident training opportunities and placements in the department.
Assuring that appropriate contracts are in place, along with the CEO, to address liability,
student health, and placement issues.

About health center:
Health center is a non-profit, 501c3, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing affordable access to primary, dental, behavioral, OB-GYN, laboratory, and pharmacy services for the whole family under one roof (at three locations). The organization has Centers in Woodbridge, Manassas and Dumfries Virginia. The Centers are located in Eastern Prince William County at the confluence of the Occoquan and Potomac Rivers, 25 miles south of the National Capital. The area enjoys premiere schools, performing arts, national refuges and parks, and a mix of housing types and price points.

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