Minimum Qualifications • Possession of a license to practice medicine in New York State AND certification by a Member Board of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) in your specialty
• Current Medical Specialist 2
• Eligible for 70.1 transfer by way of current permanent status in a title deemed comparable to Medical Specialist 2, by the Department of Civil Service.
Duties Description • Provision of direct clinical services and overall medical management for individuals in State Operated IRAs.
• Conducting examinations, ordering diagnostic tests, prescribing treatments, assessing urgent care needs, and reviewing consults, hospital discharge paperwork, legal guardianship documentation, new admission referral packages.
• Coordination with hospitals, health care facilities, local DOH, and Medical Examiner’s office.
• Use of Electronic Health Record, participation in IDT meetings and facility wide committees.
• Assist with MOLST and mortality review process.
• Provide on-call medical coverage on a rotational basis.
• Ensure full compliance with OPWDD/DOH policies and regulations, accepted standards of medical practice, and the provision of quality medical care services.
• Clinical supervision of the state operated Physician’s Assistant and Nurse Practitioner.
• Provide support to State Operations and Regional Office staff.
• Additional duties as assigned by the Director of Region 6, State Operations.
Additional Comments **Salary of $223,510 includes the $38,696 Downstate Hiring Rate Increase**
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