Outpatient Pediatric Opportunities in Anchorage, Alaska
Southcentral Foundation’s Pediatric Primary Care Clinic is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization that ranks in the 75th to 95th percentile in most HEDIS measures and is staffed by board-certified pediatricians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, certified medical assistants, as well as management and staff support. Our award-winning model of care is based on our belief that the journey to wellness is a responsibility shared between patient and provider.
Our Outpatient Pediatricians care for both healthy and medically complex children from the Anchorage area in a supportive pediatric community that offers opportunities for learning and networking, including weekly grand rounds.
No nights or call No newborn nursery rounds Schedule: Monday – Friday with one evening per week and an occasional Saturday clinic No RVUs One hour per week of paid wellness leave offering a work, life, balance Average number of patients seen per day 10-16 Patient panels of approximately 1,200 Paperwork, billing, and administrative hassles all taken care of by others. No Insurance constraints on patients Comprehensive formulary with on site pediatric pharmacy PA’s, NP’s to see patients when you are out of the office, and partner with you to coordinate patient care. On-site pediatric sub-specialist access: endocrinology, pulmonology, rheumatology, infectious disease, surgery, orthopedics, urology, pediatric psychiatry, psychology and neurology, speech and occupational therapists, and cardiology Clinical quality improvement team. Practice management data monthly Benefits:
Sign-on bonus Insurance coverage Relocation allowance Malpractice coverage Employer-matched 401(k) Enhanced leave program Alaska licensure fee coverage CME stipend with additional leave hours One hour per week of paid wellness time
Anchorage – city of 330,000, the largest city in Alaska Lots of cultural activities-a performing arts center that hosts national and regional troops, the Anchorage Museum of Natural History and the Alaska Native Heritage Center, fantastic restaurants, and a diverse music and arts community, Great public schools, good community, incredible outdoor activity opportunities Hundreds of kilometers of groomed, interconnected cross country ski trails in town are lit at night, by artificial light and the incredible moonlight reflecting off of the snow and these trails are perfect for running and biking in the summer. Alaska is known as the land of the midnight sun as we bask in 19.5 hours of daylight on summer solstice. Our summer temperatures reach into the mid to upper 70’s and the landscape transforms into green trees and flower blossoms. On winter solstice, we enjoy beautiful sunrises and sunsets over beautiful snowcapped mountains and darkness brings the possibility of breathtaking displays of the northern lights
Matanuska Valley – Wasilla Population, 8,365. Mat-Su Borough Population, 96,074 ...largest growing area in Alaska, cost effective housing and low tax structure, small town feel, with larger city only 45 minutes away Home of the Iditarod Sled Dog race, numerous winter and summer recreational opportunities including fishing, boating, snow machining, cross country skiing, wildlife viewing, and sled dog racing. Wasilla embodies the small-town values of family, community, and caring for neighbors. The active population enjoys affordable land and housing, unparalleled recreation, and a thriving economy Many of our providers live in Eagle River AK, 25 minutes from the clinic, and 20 minutes from Anchorage.
Tess Johnson Physician Recruiter Southcentral Foundation 4501 Diplomacy Dr Anchorage, AK 99508 (888)700-6966 x1 (907)729-5011 (907) 729-4978 fax email@example.com
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Sign-on bonus
Enhanced leave program
Alaska license fee coverage
CME stipend with additional leave hours
One hour per week of paid wellness time
Internal Number: 3327
About Southcentral Foundation
Southcentral Foundation is an award-winning Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Valley and 60 rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit.
Southcentral Foundation’s vision is a Native Community that enjoys physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness; its mission is to work together with the Native Community to achieve wellness through health and related services.