Extended Hours Care Clinic

Allegiance Health is seeking board-certified physicians to staff a new extended hours care clinic. The clinic will offer extended walk-in office hours, evaluation of acute illnesses and injuries with on-site X-ray and diagnostic tests, and offer sports physical exams. Staffing will include one provider, one medical assistant, one MOS and one x-ray tech at the clinic on a daily basis. Access to patient records via EHR.

Anticipate annual volume of 4,800 visits (new business) with low acuity patient mix. Transfer agreement with Emergency Department is in place. We will consider any provider with an unrestricted MI license and experience working urgent care, or family practice. 3rd year Family Medicine residents are welcome to apply.

Potential Procedures: Laceration repair, I&D of abscess, pelvic exam, splinting, preliminary X-RAY interpretation (will have radiologist over-read), comfortable with pediatrics & women's health.

  • Hours will be Monday-Friday: 5-9 p.m. and Saturday: 8 a.m. - noon
  • 24 hours/week 50 weeks per year
  • Competitive hourly wage provided by Allegiance Health

About Allegiance Health

Allegiance Health is a 411-bed, not-for-profit regional hospital and health system located minutes from Ann Arbor, with easy access to two Big Ten schools and Detroit International Airport. Allegiance Health is a Thompson Reuters 100 Top Hospital and the recipient of the Foster G. McGaw Prize for community excellence. Learn more about us.

Allegiance Health is an EEO/AA Employer

Community

The greater-Jackson area is a beautiful slice of south-central Michigan that is rich in American history and scenic wonder throughout the seasons. Learn more about it.

Contact

If you would like more information about this excellent opportunity, please call:

Michelle Spielberg
Phone: (800) 547-1451  
Fax: (636) 447-6768
E-mail: mspielberg@sourceonestl.com

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