CHAP MEDICAL DIRECTOR - Meaningful Practice and Flexible Scheduling

ALASKA NATIVE MEDICAL CENTER
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Facility: ALASKA NATIVE MEDICAL CENTER 
Address: 4315 Diplomacy Drive 
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Anchorage, AK 99508 
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Opportunity Criteria
Specialty: Family Medicine : Family & Preventive Medicine 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: No J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC), an award winning Level II Trauma Center, seeks a Family Medicine physician to serve as part-time Medical Director for our Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) in Anchorage, AK.  With over 20 medical specialties, ANMC serves as the tertiary referral center for Alaska Native and American Indian people across the entire state.  Our unique patient population, cohesive team, and the chance to make a positive impact on the delivery of quality health care across Alaska, make this a one-of-a-kind career opportunity!

Working in collaboration with a Program Director, an Assistant Medical Director and 11 Instructors, you will provide medical leadership for the CHAP Training Program including: supervising advanced level providers, delivering classroom, on-line and clinical training to community health aide students/practitioners throughout Alaska, auditing and reporting on competencies and quality metrics, and ensuring curriculum and training systems are effective and meet statewide CHAP standards.  In addition, you will use your clinical expertise to provide care to outpatients at various clinics on our hospital campus.   

Work Schedule:  Part-time – 20 to 32 hours per week; Monday through Friday; day shift hours; no evenings, weekends or on-call required; voluntary opportunity to conduct field visits throughout Alaska.

  • Very competitive salary
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance
  • Pro-rated paid time off, holidays and CME allowance
  • Retirement savings plan with generous employer match

Required Qualifications:  Completion of an ACGME/AOA approved residency in Family Medicine; Board Certified in Family Medicine with a minimum of 5 years’ clinical experience; knowledge of adult learning principles; superior teaching, facilitation and organizational skills; excellent communication and relationship building skills; flexible team player; culturally sensitive; comfortable working with computers and EMR.

Preferred QualificationsExperience caring for patients and working with community health aides in rural Alaska.

Ranked among the "Top 10 Best Cities to Live”, Anchorage is a majestic, family-friendly city of 300,000, flanked by the Chugach Mountains and the ocean.  Anchorage combines a thriving cultural and urban sophistication with unparalleled year-round opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.  With excellent public/private schools, 2 universities and an international airport, Anchorage offers the best of metropolitan amenities with small town values.  As an added benefit, there is no state income tax in Alaska and no sales tax in Anchorage!  

If you seek a meaningful practice where you can truly make a difference, while continually enhancing your skills, join our dedicated, compassionate team at Alaska Native Medical Center.                                  

Send CV and cover letter to Roberta E. Renaldy, Sr. Physician Recruiter at rerenaldy@anthc.org or call 907.268.9604. 

To learn more, visit our careers site at www.practiceatanmc.org

 

The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC)

 

Our Hospital 

  • Award-winning Level II Trauma Center, highest trauma designation in Alaska.
  • Over 20 medical specialties providing comprehensive acute medical and primary care.
  • Tertiary referral center for Alaska Native American Indian people across the state.
  • Alaska’s only Magnet®-designated hospital.
  • State-of-the-art facility and operating rooms.
  • World leader in the development and use of telehealth solutions.  

 

 



Our Physician Team

Physicians at ANMC share a strong common commitment to caring for an underserved population. There are over 160,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in cities and over 250 villages across the state.

The Medical Staff is well trained, cohesive, down to earth and unpretentious.  Physicians at ANMC practice without being controlled by the business of medicine. Cost is a consideration but it does not drive the quality of level of care. ANMC physicians are highly independent but work as a team with colleagues, nursing and staff.  Everyone at ANMC feels that they are doing important work that is appreciated, and that the work that they do makes a difference. They are often reminded that this is the reason they chose to practice medicine.  

Anchorage, Alaska

Ranked among the "Top 10 Best Cities to Live, Anchorage is a majestic, family-friendly city of 300,000, flanked by the Chugach Mountains and the ocean.  Set in scenic South-central Alaska, Anchorage combines a thriving cultural and urban sophistication with unparalleled year-round opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast – our campus connects to a trail system that extends for more than 250 miles.  With excellent public and private schools, 2 universities and a vibrant international airport, Anchorage offers the best of metropolitan amenities with small town values. As an added benefit, there is no state income tax in Alaska and no sales tax in Anchorage! 

 

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