OverviewCHI St. Anthony Hospital is a 25 bed licensed for 49 faith-based acute care level four trauma critical access hospital and healthcare campus serving the Pendleton Oregon area for more than 100 years. We are committed to the highest quality of patient care and safety; and to strengthening our community through wellness education. CHI St. Anthony Hospital is designed specifically to ensure that our physicians nurses and healthcare professionals can continue to provide extraordinary care for our patients. The 103000 square foot hospital features 4 operations rooms 11 emergency rooms 30 private patient rooms and the latest medical equipment. St. Anthony Hospital has plenty of room to grow as needed by the community and will continue to provide the safest quality of care possible. St. Anthony Hospital was also named one of the top patient experience hospitals in 2021. CHI St. Anthony is a member of CommonSpirit Health (https://www.commonspirit.org/) the largest not-for-profit health care system in the nation boasting an integrated network of top quality hospitals with physicians from the most prestigious medical schools and comprehensive outpatient services-all recognized for quality safety and service. To learn more go to www.sahpendleton.orgWhile you’re busy impacting the healthcare industry, we’ll take care of you with benefits that may include health/dental/vision, FSA, matching retirement plans, paid vacation, adoption assistance, annual bonus eligibility, and more!ResponsibilitiesJob Summary:Provide medical services and contribute to the design and delivery of high quality, cost effective, values- based patient care for our patientsEssential Functions:ASSESSMENT
Obtain a comprehensive general health history.
Provides OB/GYN medical services within the scope of licensure, credentialing and current standard of care that may impact health care and health outcomes.
Screen for health risks and health promotion needs.
Perform a comprehensive physical examination.
Obtain a problem-focused health history.
Perform a problem-focused physical examination.
Identify deviations from normal findings in history and physical examination.
Order or perform screening and diagnostic tests based on findings from history and physical examination.
Interpret screening and diagnostic tests.
Develop and analyze differential diagnoses on the basis of clinical and laboratory data.
Diagnose gynecologic, obstetric, female/male reproductive and sexual health, and common non-gynecologic primary care health conditions.
Develop plan of care based on assessment findings and diagnoses.
Provide health promotion/ disease prevention education/counseling, and anticipatory guidance.
Prescribe pharmacologic therapies.
Initiate non-pharmacologic therapies.
Collaborate with other healthcare professionals in meeting identified health needs.
Participate in care coordination for women with complex healthcare needs.
Actively participate in the development, execution and periodic review of the written policies governing the services the clinic furnishes
Actively participates committees
Participates in performance improvement initiatives.
Complies with Hospital policies & procedures, as applicable.
Complies with regulatory agency standards.
QualificationsRequired Education and Experience:
Graduate from an accredited medical program recognized as license eligible for the Oregon State Medical Board
Required Licensure and Certifications:
Current Oregon State Licensure
Current AHA BLS Certification
Certifications as required by Medical Staff Credentialing/Bylaws
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
Knowledge of Clinic/Hospital practices, use of equipment, and diagnosing
Skill in communicating to patients and the families or caregivers
Ability to write and/or dictate reports and correspondences
Pay Range$150.00 - $202.47 /hourWe are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.