Harvard University Seeks Medical Director of Urgent Care
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Physician Executive
Merritt Hawkins is pleased to partner with Harvard University and their comprehensive multi-specialty health facility—serving students, staff, faculty, retirees, and their dependents. Reporting to the Chief of Medicine, the Medical Director of Urgent Care is responsible for oversight and management of the delivery of high quality, compassionate, and cost effective health care in the Urgent Care Clinic, which provides episodic and urgent medical and mental health care. In collaboration with other leadership, you will help create the vision and goals for the Urgent Care Department at Harvard University Health Services.
- Enjoy unparalleled academic resources, a quality work lifestyle, and an unbeatable benefits package that includes 4 weeks' vacation, 11 holidays, 1 week off for winter break, 1 week for CME, 3 personal days, and 12 sick days per year; as well as paid malpractice, one professional membership and excellent retirement options with 10-15% match.
- Spend 50% of your time seeing patients in the Urgent Care clinic.
- You will have a large interfacing role with leaders at the College, including sitting on committees with College Deans and Administrators plus being a part of Harvard events like commencements and the Harvard/Yale game.
- Lead a collaborated effort on Public Health Initiatives; understand the impact of public health on a college campus and the healthcare delivery system.
- Oversee the quality of provider work, ensuring adherence to the protocols of the Clinic and accepted standards of care.
- Board certified in at least one of the following: Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, combined Medicine-Pediatrics, or Emergency Medicine with current BLS/ACLS certification.
- At least 3 years' experience as an urgent care and/or emergency physician.
- Prefer, but not required, professional experience in clinical management, managed care quality improvement, supervision, and clinical protocol development.