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Why Planned Parenthood South Atlantic?

We are powerful educators, advocates and innovators for health care. Be part of the diverse Planned Parenthood family. Work hand in hand with like-minded individuals in an environment built on collaboration, open communication, and mutual respect. We’re looking for passionate, dedicated people who are eager to make positive contributions to their community... and to our mission.

What's interesting about this job?

The Clinician is committed to helping people make healthy responsible decisions and reach their full potential while helping community members gain access to the health care and information, they need in order to live healthy, productive lives. The Clinician functions in an expanded role in the area of ambulatory reproductive health care. The Clinician provides primary reproductive health care for women, limited reproductive services for men, and limited primary care for men and women of all ages.

Who You Are

Passionate about reproductive health care and justice.

Believe sexual health is essential to every person’s overall health, well-being, and happiness.

Excited about providing direct patient care in family planning and clinical abortion care.

Firm believer in providing non-judgmental care to our transgender and gender-diverse patients.

Experience working across a diverse service area.

Excited about travel and working with a variety of Teams.

License Opportunity

If offered position, PPSAT will assist candidate with obtaining either a SC or NC license as well as DEA license.

Schedule

Full-time position working Monday through Friday between 30 to 34 hours a week.

Hours vary with some evening hours and 1 Saturday per quarter. Travel is required within North Carolina and South Carolina.

All staff are expected to remain at the health center until all patients are checked out, documentation is completed, and the health center is cleaned.

What You'll Bring To The Role
• License or certification for Advanced Practice Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife with experience in reproductive health care.
• CPR certification which must be maintained throughout employment.
• 2 to 5 years relevant medical experience, preferably in family planning/gynecology.
• Excellent communication skills and the ability to establish rapport with patients.
• Willing to learn new skills/techniques and apply them in the pursuit of quality patient care.

What You'll Do: (but not limited to)
• Meet or exceed goals for four quadrants of the balanced scorecard including: clinical quality, patient satisfaction, work culture, and health center sustainability.
• Secure a complete health history, including obstetric, gynecologic, contraceptive, medical, surgical, sexual, family health, and psychosocial, and record findings accurately and succinctly.
• Perform physical examinations with special emphasis on the reproductive system, including breast examination, pelvic examination, cancer screening tests, diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and other types of more specialized procedures such as endometrial biopsies and colposcopies, as may be indicated by medical protocols and clinical privileging.
• Perform, order, and interpret diagnostic studies as indicated and permitted by PPSAT medical protocols.
• Provide education and relevant health instruction for women and men in need of reproductive related services, including fertility control, infertility, sexually transmitted infections, family planning, nutrition, sexuality, and principles of health promotion and maintenance.
• Maintain current knowledge of medical practice in the reproductive health field.
• Prescribe, dispense, and administer appropriate contraceptives to clients in accordance with PPSAT policies and procedures.
• Apply current CPT and ICD-10 coding principles to all medical visits rendered, including selecting appropriate E&M code when indicated.
• Participate in PPSAT Quality & Risk Management Program. Conduct quality control tests, clinical proficiency tests, QM audits and activities according to annual PPSAT RQM Plan and balanced scorecard.
• Interpret scientific studies based on knowledge of basic research principles.
• Provide general health supervision, health maintenance, education, and counseling to patients.
• Provide general healthcare to transgendered or gender non-conforming patients, including gender transition treatments as indicated by medical protocols and clinical privileging.
• Recognize gynecological deviations from normal, formulate a diagnosis in collaboration with a physician, and provide education and management, or referrals when appropriate.
• Ensure that all abnormal medical complications are followed according to PPSAT Referral & Follow Up protocol.
• Function in compliance with all applicable state practice laws with respect to state of licensure, location of patient and scope of practice. Practice under the supervision of appropriately licensed personnel when managing patients across state lines.
• Assume responsibilities of other medical staff as needed and when appropriate, as directed by Health Center Manager. Assume leadership role in event of medical emergency.
• In centers providing abortion, provide client and physician support, including but not limited to lab testing, sonography, informed consent, POC evaluation, medication administration, recovery oversight and discharge for clients, post abortion follow up communications and office visits.
• Participate in the instruction and training of medical professionals and students with whom PPSAT has organizational agreements.

What You Get
• Full benefits: medical, dental, and vision
• Health Reimbursement Account
• 403B Retirement Plan with matched contributions
• Paid Time Off
• Holiday Pay
• Employee Assistance Program
• Continuing Medical Education tuition
• Paid travel time

Compensation

PPSAT's compensation philosophy is based on equity and transparency. Each job at PPSAT is assigned a salary grade built on market data. For an individual coming into PPSAT, we set a pay generally between the minimum and the midpoint of the salary grade and based on candidate qualifications. The pay range for this position is $51.10 to $64.90 per hour with a travel rate of $25.00 per hour. Saturday differential of additional $7.00 per hour
Charlotte NC USA

salary-criteria

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