Chicagoland Occupational Medicine Position!!
New Occupational Medicine opportunity near Chicago, Illinois.
Healthcare System has an excellent opportunity for a full-time Board-Certified Occupational Health Physician to provide Medical Directorship over a fast-growing 5-county program in Illinois. Candidate must hold a current DOT and MRO certification. The position will be primarily based out of the main location, but will also encompass regular clinic schedules at offsite locations. In addition, the position will allow for a flexible schedule to conduct tours at client locations, participate in community outreach and promote the program. As Medical Director and champion over the Occupational Health program, the position will also provide Collaborate Agreements to partner with mid-level providers practicing occupational medicine and provide them with leadership, direction, education and training. As part of a large health system, the candidate will provide clinical expertise for campus employees, external employers, insurers and TPA customers.
•Licensed to practice medicine pursuant to the Medical Practice Act of the State of Illinois
•MD or DO degree
•Board certification in Occupational Health
•Medical Review Officer (MRO) certification
•5-8 years experience in occupational medicine preferred
•Collaborative/Supervising provider for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners (mid-level) providing occupational health services
•Provide leadership, direction, coordination and training for mid-level providers and physicians providing occupational health services at their sites
•Medical Director and administrative services over the Occupational Health program and the Health champion for the Organization
•Assume responsibilities for all of Medical Center’s Employee Health programs and pre-employment requirements
•Assume MRO responsibilities for the Program
•Active involvement and coverage with off-site Program Health client locations
•Serve on committees of Medical Group and Medical Center or its medical staff
•Participate in community outreach and conduct marketing activities to promote Program Health including but not limited to public presentations regarding Program Health topics, during or around normal business hours
•Conduct worksite evaluations and tours for current and prospective clients
•Engaged communication with clients on work status, patient updates, and general correspondences
•Full knowledge and compliance of OSHA guidelines
•Set and review policy & procedures and guidelines surrounding review of wellness labs and initiatives for the REACH program and other corporate clients
•Develop and introduce approved standards and guidelines for occupational medicine and programs
•Oversee staff functions relating to clinic processes, wellness lab review and follow up
•Assist with the development and implementation of an occupational health strategic plan that promotes quality and performance improvement