Fenway Health Float NP or PA Provider in Boston, Massachusetts
Float NP or PA Provider
Boston, MA (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=1340+Boylston+St+Boston+MA+02215) • Medical
Reporting to the Medical Director, the Float NP/PA provides clinical care to Fenway patients in one of the Medical Department’s seven clinic sites in Boston based on coverage needs. Our sites are: 1340 Boylston Street (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th floors), 142 Berkeley Street (Internal Medicine Wing, Family Medicine Wing), and 75 Kneeland Street.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
A. Clinical: the NP/PA Float will fill in for providers throughout our three clinic sites to assist during planned or unplanned provider absences or care supply/demand changes. Assignments can vary from days to months, depending on the need.
Provides direct medical services to Fenway patients
Takes appropriate medical history
Conducts physical exam
Orders and interprets appropriate tests
Formulates differential diagnosis and treatment plans according to accepted standards
Refers to medical and/or surgical specialists for consultation as appropriate and follows up on results
Provides age-specific care per Fenway Health policy
- Provides psychosocial screening and evaluation to Fenway patients
Provides preventative health care advice, assesses the psychosocial impact of illness, and treats or appropriately refers the patient for evaluation and treatment
Assesses the social status of the patient and refers for appropriate intervention as necessary
Screens for substance abuse, tobacco use, domestic violence, seat belt use, immunization status, nutrition and exercise as necessary and initiates appropriate interventions
- Participates in health center quality improvement efforts
Complies with Fenway Health Infection Control plan and ensures compliance by support staff
Participates in peer review and quality improvement processes
- Provides appropriate and timely documentation of clinical work
Maintains patient records in a timely manner in the electronic medical record
Will have 1 hour of administrative time for every 4 hours of clinical work
Completes forms and reports for insurance companies and other agencies, as needed
- Provides and maintains credentials to practice medicine
Maintains full medical licensure in MA
Maintains controlled substance licensure in MA and federal DEA license
Maintains board eligibility or board certification in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Medicine/Pediatrics, or Emergency Medicine
Maintains credentials with BIDCO
- Continues professional development activities
Completes minimum CME requirements
Participates in educational conferences with other practitioners
Provides supervision to mid-level practitioners and trainees, helps set up diagnosis and treatment plans, and helps provide back up to them
- Meets agency participatory expectations
Adheres to all agency and departmental policies and procedures
Participates in quality assessment and improvement activities as requested
Adheres to the highest principles of patient and client confidentiality
Adheres to established safety policies, procedures and precautions; identifies potential or actual unsafe situations in the environment and takes measures to rectify the situation
Attends all required meetings, in-services and professional trainings
Maintains professional competence necessary to perform job responsibilities; maintains and provides agency with records of continuing education activities
Serves on agency committees and in professional organizations when requested
We offer competitive salaries, and for those who qualify, an excellent benefits package; including comprehensive medical and dental insurance plans, and a retirement plan with employer match. We also provide 12 paid holidays, paid vacation, and more.
LGBTQIA+ identified persons, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC), and individuals from other historically underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
NP or PA degree
Current Massachusetts license
Board eligibility or certification in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Medicine/Pediatrics, or Emergency Medicine
Ability to work harmoniously and effectively with colleagues, patients, clients and vendors across the spectrum of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, national origin and immigrant status, religious or spiritual identity, disability (physical, mental, emotional and developmental), veteran status, and/or limited English proficiency.
Willingness to contribute towards Fenway’s efforts in becoming an anti-racist organization and promoting a culture dedicated to ongoing development in service of humility, equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging, where differences are acknowledged and valued.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
OSHA Category 1: involves exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues
Regularly required: sitting; using hands to manipulate objects/tools/controls; reaching with hands and arms; talking; hearing
Frequently required: lifting and/or moving up to 10 lbs.
Occasional required: lifting and/or moving up to 25 lbs.
Vision abilities required: close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision depth perception, ability to adjust focus
- Noise Level: usually quiet