The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.
Hall Health Center has an outstanding opportunity for a 80%-100% FTE Family Physician or Internist at a UW Physician 2 level. This individual will provide acute and chronic care for men and women in age groups late adolescence thru the elderly. Competence in basic primary care outpatient procedures is required.
Hall Health Center on the UW Seattle Campus is a AAHC-accredited outpatient facility providing high health care to a wide range of individuals. Hall Health Center has about 70,000 visits annually. Two thirds of these visits are by undergraduate and graduate students. One third of visits are by faculty, staff, retirees, and others in the greater Seattle community ranging from childhood thru older age. The primary mission of Hall Health is to help assure student success by providing excellent access to high quality comprehensive care to students.
The Physician II provides direct patient care, principally to young adults in an ambulatory setting, and contributes to medical quality assurance and to the management needs of Hall Health Center. Demonstrates behaviors that support the UW Medicine Patients Are First Service Culture Guidelines.
This position is one that performs an essential function; therefore, Incumbent should make every effort to report to work in the event that the University suspends operations because of severe weather, natural disaster, or other emergency condition.
• Provide direct patient care including the diagnosis and treatment of medical or mental health problems commonly seen in an ambulatory setting. • Perform minor office procedures including suturing. • Order and interpret appropriate laboratory, X-ray, and other diagnostic tests. • Provide health counseling and health maintenance examinations to well persons. • Provide information and advice about diseases, injury, and treatment, as well as health maintenance. • Contribute to medical quality-assurance functionally in the clinic setting and by committee participation. • Consult with other health-care providers within Hall Health Center, UW Medicine, and the community. • Prepare and present reports to medical or administrative staff. • Keep problem-oriented medical records. • Contribute to medical-staff conferences and CME. • Maintain correspondence, insurance reports, and other paperwork. • May assist in supervising and instructing nurses, technicians, and other health-care personnel. • May perform outreach activities and public relations work upon request. • Demonstrate behaviors that support the UW Medicine Patients Are First Service Culture Guidelines.
Hall Health Center is an essential service of the University of Washington and will remain open during UW closures for emergencies, inclement weather, etc. All HHC staff members are considered essential employees and are expected to report to work as usual in such events.
• M.D. degree. • Current State of Washington medical license. • Completion of residency program in internal medicine, family practice, or other relevant field. • Board Eligibility or certification in relevant specialty. • Demonstrated clinical performance of excellent scientific quality with consistent and high level of clinical productivity. • Demonstrated ability to communicate with patients and staff. • Meeting current CME requirements.
• Patient care: provide patient care that is compassionate, appropriate, and effective for the promotion of health, prevention of illness, treatment of disease, and care at the end of life. • Medical/Clinical knowledge: demonstrate knowledge of established and evolving biomedical, clinical, and social sciences, and the application of their knowledge to patient care and the education of others. • Practice-based learning: use scientific evidence and methods to investigate, evaluate, and improve patient care. • Interpersonal and communication skills: demonstrate interpersonal and communication skills to establish and maintain professional relationships with patients, families, and other members of health-care teams • Professionalism: demonstrate behaviors that reflect a commitment to continuous professional development, ethical practice, an understanding and sensitivity to diversity, and a responsible attitude toward patients, the medical profession, and society. • Systems-based practice: demonstrate both an understanding of the contexts and systems in which health care is provided and the ability to apply this knowledge to improve and optimize health care. • Development and continual learning: demonstrate an ongoing commitment to learning and self-improvement. • Teaching and training: effectively communicate information for the purpose of having others learn, understand, and apply specific principles, techniques, or information.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration.
Additional Salary Information: Salary determined by years of experience, ARNP/MD optional
Hall Health Center is an outpatient clinic that provides health care to University of Washington students, alumni, faculty, and staff as well as the general community. We are a multispecialty group practice closely associated with UW Medicine, the clinical arm of the UW School of Medicine, one of the finest medical schools in the country.
Our physicians and nurse practitioners are board certifi...ed and hold clinical faculty appointments at the School of Medicine. We are committed to providing you with the best outpatient health and medical care services available. Hall Health Center achieves the highest standards of outpatient medical care, as recognized by obtaining full accreditation status from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).
Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide comprehensive health care for a diverse campus community to promote lifelong wellbeing, achievement, and resilience.
Vision Statement: A healthy UW community, in which all are meaningfully engaged.
Values: •Respect •Compassion •Diversity •Integrity •Teamwork •Excellence •Sustainability
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