The Medical Director is responsible for ensuring the delivery of high quality medical care to patients in a manner consistent with the mission of UnityPoint Health - Finley Occupational Health. The Medical Director assists in the establishment and compliance of clinical standards and monitors current medical practices of staff and recommends change when appropriate. Medical Director professionally represents the services and clinical programs of UPH Finley Occupational Health to UPH Dubuque Medical Staff, in addition to other physicians, state, federal and regulatory agencies. Ensures all activities support the physician clinic goals of delivering high quality, cost effective care and services. Practices as a physician in the clinic(s) 90% of the time. Additionally the Medical Director provides specialty care with a high degree of expertise within the specialty of occupational medicine by formulating a plan based on assessment, examination, and selected diagnostic procedures within her/his scope of practice. Collaberates with peers, nursing staff and case managers as needed to ensure that high quality, comprehensive occupational health care services are delivered. Successful performance contributes to quality patient care and a high level of satisfaction from the patients and clients served. Ensures all activities support the physician clinic goals of delivering high quality, cost effective care and services.
Patient Care Provider 36 hrs/wk (20 @ Deere, 16 @ Occ Health)
Administrative Duties 3-4 hrs/wk at Occ Health
Identify items that are minimally required to perform the essential functions of this position.
Preferred or Specialized
Not required to perform the essential functions of the position.
M.D. or D.O. with Board Certification with active Iowa license.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in occupational medicine program and/or emergency department.
Prior experience as a Medical Director or Associate Medical Director is desirable. Experience in the performance of IME's, disability ratings and providing depositions preferred.
Current IA Medical License in good standing required; MRO Certification and DOT Examiner Certification required.
Completion of NAOHP Occupational Medicine certification courses.
Professionalism, Leadership skills, Adaptability, Relationship management, Teamwork, Collaboration, Flexibility, Interpersonal Skills
Use of usual and customary equipment used to perform essential functions of the position.