1156 Rt. 374, PO Box 2000
Minimum Qualifications Must have a license to practice medicine in New York State; must also be eligible for full and unconditional participation in the Medicaid and Medicare programs; must have a M.D., M.B.B.S. or D.O. degree; and have completed one year of postgraduate training acceptable to the Liaison Committee on Graduate Medical Education of the American Medical Association (or as listed in the Directory of Approved Residency Training Programs), and have had two years of subsequent medical experience.
Duties Description Review medical history/clarify information with patient. Examine patients by conducting physical exams. Evaluates patient condition and makes diagnosis of patient problems. Discuss finding of examination and tests with patients and recommends approaches to improving health and well being. Administer treatments and prescribes medications. Conducts follow up examinations and testes to determines diagnosis, prescriptions, treatments and patient response to treatment and medication. Restrictions of patient activity based on findings, refer patient to medical specialist or other treatment providers, discusses patients with them and assists in planning and implementing treatment or coordinates treatment based on their findings and recommendations.
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