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  1. DMHC is a thriving physician owned and managed primary and specialty care practice based in Durham, NC. We have 150 staff members supporting more than 112 providers who live and work across the state. Each provider works in their region and has a panel of patients they follow closely. Due to continued growth and demand, we are seeking additional PT and FT Podiatrists or qualified mid-levels to help in three areas - NEW BERN/GREENVILLE, NC, CHARLOTTE, NC and RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC. We do expect other opportunities to arise across the state. On an average day, you will visit 2 locations seeing a daily total of 15-25 patients for routine foot care, disorders of the foot or wound care Locations include assisted living, independent living, memory care and family care homes as well as a few private residences There are no scheduled appointment times so you can begin your day when it works best for you and takes the time needed with each patient Administrative work is completed onsite or at your home office Dedicated support team including scheduling, coding, and billing Full-time or Part-Time considered Must have an active NC Podiatrist license. Out of state applicants, please visit http://www.ncbpe.org for reciprocity requirements or to apply to test (offered annually in November) We understand our model is different and want you to know we offer distinct advantages you can't find in an office-based setting. Our greatest value to patients is the way we render care - unhurried and at home. Our greatest value to our providers is the opportunity to find a better work/life balance. This is an employee position with benefits including malpractice insurance. Learn more and apply directly at www.doctorsmakinghousecalls.com. Relocating? Find out more about Charlotte at www.charlottesgotalot.com, New Bern at www.visitnewbern.com, and Raleigh at www.visitraleigh.com
  2. DMHC is a large medical practice catering to adult and geriatric patients across the state of NC seeing over 600 patients per day. We offer primary and specialty care in assisted, independent and family care facilities as well as private homes. Our headquarters is based in Durham and employees over 150 talented and dedicated individuals performing various tasks to assist over 112 providers across the state. Clinician types include MD, DO, PA, NP, LCSW, PsyD, Podiatrist, Optometrist, Dentist, Audiologist and Psych NP. As we expand into new communities we are interviewing for additional doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. We seek tech savvy individuals who like variety, complex patients and autonomy in a fast paced but very flexible role. Currently, we have openings in two new regions. Candidates will need to reside within 15-20 minutes of the region. Scotland Neck/Rocky Mount/Wilson/Goldsboro Edenton/Elizabeth City/Kill Devil Hills If this sounds like you, read on.... On an average day you will visit 2 assisted living facilities seeing about 15 patients total. Clinicians operate remotely, communicating with all parties by phone, email, text and EMR. Administrative days/tasks are performed from your home office. Working in the community requires face to face interactions with patients, facility staff, vendors, caregivers and family members. We value our patients and partners in care and work hard to maintain good relationships based on trust and respect. Many of our patients are very complex and it is important for them to know (and feel) that we truly care about them. When hiring clinicians, we seek out candidates that are warm, engaging and sincere. Our patients deserve the same things we all expect - kindness, compassion, professionalism and competency. What we give back to our providers is a job that does not count hours or give you a daily quota. As your life and needs change, so can we. See patients 3, 4 or 5 days per week, you decide what works best for you. There are no scheduled appointment times unless you decide to assign them. You determine what time to start your day. There is no pressure to hit multiple goals in order to be paid a good salary. Our employee reimbursement is simple, attractive and typically well above office based primary care pay. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, STD, 401K and profit sharing. If you would like to explore this unique role in detail give us a call today. Terri Gibson 984-444-7324 Amy Whitley 984-444-7335 Find out more about us at www.doctorsmakinghousecalls.com
  3. Hi Anachronist, It is hard to find a new position until you have at least a years experience. I work at a medical practice of 115 and do the recruiting. I get calls all the time, from new NPs especially. The easiest jobs to find tend to be pain clinics, minute clinics and medicare replacement plan assessments. The last one does not even involve diagnosing and prescribing so it looks bad on the resume. I work for a company that hires new grads for three reasons, they have fresh skills, they know how to document properly and lastly, they know how to ask questions and take feedback! We provide primary care in a way that allows you to spend the time you need with the patient. No appt times. Also, there is little turnover with our patients so you get the relationship and experience of truly practicing the art of medicine. We are seeking help in Edenton, Elizabeth City and Kill Devil Hills. If you know of anyone interested let me know. Also, I am a NC native and former road warrior, a Nurse, a realtor and healthcare marketer so I can answer questions about most places in the state whether it is about the healthcare, weather, housing or job market. I have been to almost every hospital in the state. Best Wishes!
  4. Hi Needmorecoffee, I see your post was from November. Yes, it is hard to find a new position until you have at least a years experience. I work at a medical practice of 115 and do the recruiting. I get calls all the time, from new NPs especially. The easiest jobs to find tend to be pain clinics, minute clinics and medicare replacement plan assessments. The last one does not even involve diagnosing and prescribing so it looks bad on the resume. I work for a company that hires new grads for three reasons, they have fresh skills, they know how to document properly and lastly, they know how to ask questions and take feedback! We provide primary care in a way that allows you to spend the time you need with the patient. No appt times. Also, there is little turnover with our patients so you get the relationship and experience of truly practicing the art of medicine. We are seeking help in Edenton, Elizabeth City and Kill Devil Hills. If you know of anyone interested let me know. Also, I am a NC native and former road warrior, a Nurse, a realtor and healthcare marketer so I can answer questions about most places in the state whether it is about the healthcare, weather, housing or job market. I have been to almost every hospital in the state. Best Wishes!
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