PA/NP needed for family clinic coverage at the AFB in Tokyo, Japan.
Applications accepted through 9/21
1 full time provider needed to start asap pending credentialing (4 weeks)
Dates needed are October 1 for 12 months. Mon - Fri 7:30-4:30
Any US state license.
Must be certified (NCCPA or AANP)
Required: BLS, DEA
PA must have 1 years of experience, NP must have 5 years of experience.
3.1. Patient Care.
Provides primary medical and preventive healthcare for enrolled
beneficiaries, an average of 20 per day as scheduled by the 374 MDG. Conducts comprehensive examinations/orders diagnostic tests/orders treatments/therapy/makes referrals to specialists/coordinates Aeromedical Evacuations. Acts as the principle physician – Primary Care Manager (PCM) – for patients enrolled to PCM team. Works closely with and reports to both the Chief of the Medical Staff (SGH) and Medical Operations Element Chief. Understands and interprets reports from Composite Health Care System (CHCS), Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA). Utilizes Aeromedical Services Information Management Systems (ASIMS) for active duty profiles and MiCare for secure web messaging with patients. Utilizes applicable local systems/procedures for consults/referrals. Ensures team members work together to provide the best care for patient population. Leads the PCM team to
improved demand, disease and case management for the clinic population. Uses population health management principles to ensure patients receive recommended clinical preventive services, and ensures that other team members utilize them as well. Works closely with other team chiefs. Establishes and maintains close association with units assigned to the team.
3.1.1. Provide a full range of PA/NP service in accordance with privileges granted by the Commanding Officer (e.g., supervise and provide general screening and medical care and examinations of patients for routine, acute and chronic conditions involving any and all organ systems; provide immunizations; diagnose, treat, and counsel patients as indicated).
3.2. Documentation. The provider shall prepare all medical documentation to meet or exceed the standards required under applicable Air Force Instructions and the Joint Commission guidelines. The Department of Defense’s electronic medical record system, AHLTA, shall be used for all patient encounters. Utilizes applicable adjunct local electronic systems to document non-encounter patient information, as required by applicable guidelines/processes.