California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) is seeking an IM/FP physician with experience in clinical process improvement to help enhance the delivery of medical care and support the recruitment and retention of medical providers within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitations’ (CDCR) correctional institutions.
Under the supervision of the Regional Deputy Medical Executive, you will:
Orient, coach, and mentor new providers; complete or review probationary evaluations; and conduct focused professional practice evaluations
Participate in provider meetings, onsite or virtual Care Team Huddles, and Population Management Working Sessions; present educational material and train providers on the Complete Care Model and the use of clinical decision support tools
Provide direct patient care for vacancy relief as needed and may be included in the physician on call roster
Review dashboards for practice and process patterns; collaborate on improvement initiatives; and facilitate Root Cause Analysis
Serve as a Subject Matter Expert with leadership and workforce development staff in support of provider recruitment efforts; deliver presentations at hospitals, schools, and residency programs; and attend recruitment events
Travel to CDCR correctional institutions throughout California
In return for your efforts, we offer a competitive compensation package, including:
Generous paid time off and holiday schedule
State of California retirement that vests in 5 years (visit www.CalPERS.ca.gov for retirement formulas)
Robust 401(k) and 457 savings plans (tax defer up to $41,000 - $54,000 per year)
Visa sponsorship opportunities
Relocation assistance for those new to state service
And much more
This distinctive opportunity is based at CCHCS’ Regional Office in Rancho Cucamonga. Conveniently located near Los Angeles and Orange County, you’ll have access to world-class shopping, restaurants, professional sports, and performing arts. Additionally, the perfect climate will allow for plenty of time at beaches, parks, and other outdoor activities.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued an Order on August 19, 2021 which requires workers working in a healthcare setting at all local and state correctional facilities and detention centers be vaccinated against COVID-19. Therefore, all workers identified under the CDPH Order are required to either be vaccinated or submit a medical or religious accommodation. While working through either of these interactive processes, staff shall wear an N95 mask and test twice-weekly (with at least 72 hours between each test) until they comply with the August 19, 2021 CDPH Order.
In addition to a CA licensure, you must possess an X-Waiver (or ability to attain within 14 days of hire.
Take the first step in joining this outstanding multidisciplinary team and contact Debora Kim, Recruiter at (916) 691-1546 or send your CV to CentralizedHiringUnit@cdcr.ca.gov.
"CCHCS uses E-Verify in its hiring practices to achieve a lawful workforce. For more information about E-Verify, please go to www.e-verify.gov."
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