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Physician Career Opportunities

Below is a description of key positions we need filled in several of our locations. Specialties such as primary care, internal medicine, orthopedics, and neurosurgery are always welcome to apply and discuss current growth plans with us to find a good fit.

To Apply: Please email your CV to Curtis Read.

Positions

Physician (MD/DO) - Interventional Pain Medicine Specialist

Job Summary

Positions available in Kennewick and Spokane.

The Physician will set an example of compassionate care and will be responsible for the delivery of interventional pain services to patients based on the group’s policies, procedures and protocols. The Physician will report directly to the Medical Director for assignments, consultation and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory and administrative staff as required.

Reporting Relationships

The physician will report directly to the medical director for assignments, consultation, and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory, and administrative staff as required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide the delivery of quality interventional pain medicine to patients.
  • Procedures, Therapies, Medication Management, etc.
  • Set an example of compassionate and knowledgeable medical care.
  • Stay abreast of developments in interventional pain and regularly communicate relevant information to other providers in the center.
  • Participate in meetings as appropriate and/or as requested by the Medical Director. 
  • Intake and assessment of new patients suffering from pain.
  • Request necessary history and treatment plans from outside providers when indicated.
  • Create a Plan of Care/Treatment Plan for new patients. 
  • Direct patient care including medical assessments and follow-ups.
  • Manage an appropriate caseload including paperwork.
  • Work collaboratively with team members to diagnose, manage and evolve patient care.
  • Work collaboratively with outside providers. 
  • Ordering and analysis of appropriate laboratory tests, when indicated. 

Education and Experience

  • MD/DO in Interventional Pain Medicine
  • Fellowship Trained in Interventional Pain Medicine

Licenses/Certifications

  • Must be licensed as an MD or DO
  • BE/BC in Interventional Pain Medicine

Benefits

  • Base Salary plus bonuses
  • Potential Ownership Options
  • Health Insurance, Malpractice, Professional Fees and CME allowances, PTO, etc.

Physician (MD/DO) - Primary Care

Job Summary

Positions available in Kennewick and Spokane.

The Physician will set an example of compassionate care and will be responsible for the delivery of Primary Care services to patients based on the group’s policies, procedures and protocols. The Physician will report directly to the Medical Director for assignments, consultation and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory and administrative staff as required.

Reporting Relationships

The physician will report directly to the medical director for assignments, consultation, and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory, and administrative staff as required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Deliver quality care to patient
  • Set an example of compassionate and knowledgeable medical care
  • Stay abreast of developments in Family Medicine/Primary Care and regularly communicate relevant information to other providers in the center
  • Be available for consultation to caregivers for routine care and for emergent medical problems
  • Participate in meetings as appropriate and/or as requested by the medical director

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Intake and assessment of new patient
  • Request necessary history and treatment plans from outside providers when indicated
  • Create a plan of care/treatment plan for new patients
  • Direct patient care including medical assessments and follow-ups
  • Manage an appropriate caseload including paperwork
  • Work collaboratively with team members to diagnose, manage and evolve patient care
  • Work collaboratively with outside providers
  • Order and analyze appropriate laboratory tests, when indicated
  • Facilitate educational groups
  • Travel to assigned sites
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings

Education and Experience

  • MD/DO in Family Medicine/Primary Care. New grads are welcome!

Licenses/Certifications

  • Must be licensed as an MD or DO
  • BE/BC in Family Medicine

Benefits

  • Base Salary plus bonuses
  • Health Insurance, Malpractice, Professional Fees and CME allowances, PTO, etc.

Physician (MD/DO) - Rheumatology Specialist

Job Summary

The physician will assist with clinical duties including patient consultations, office visits and triage phone calls, and general rheumatology work. Base salary plus benefits package available that includes RVU bonuses, coverage of malpractice and health insurance, allowance for professional fees and licensing, and paid time off. Salary range is typically between $210-$270k DOE.

Reporting Relationships

The physician will report directly to the medical director for assignments, consultation, and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory, and administrative staff as required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Deliver quality care to patient
  • Set an example of compassionate and knowledgeable medical care
  • Stay abreast of developments in Rheumatology medicine and regularly communicate relevant information to other providers in the center
  • Be available for consultation to caregivers for routine care and for emergent medical problems
  • Participate in meetings as appropriate and/or as requested by the medical director

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Intake and assessment of new patient
  • Request necessary history and treatment plans from outside providers when indicated
  • Create a plan of care/treatment plan for new patients
  • Direct patient care including medical assessments and follow-ups
  • Manage an appropriate caseload including paperwork
  • Prescribe appropriate medications to assist in treatment as indicated by intake/assessment
  • Work collaboratively with team members to diagnose, manage and evolve patient care
  • Work collaboratively with outside providers
  • Order and analyze appropriate laboratory tests, when indicated
  • Facilitate educational groups
  • Travel to assigned sites
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings

Education and Experience

  • MD/DO with a minimum of two years of experience in Rheumatology

Licenses/Certifications

  • Must be licensed as an MD or DO
  • BE/BC in Rheumatology

Physician (MD/DO) - Allergy Specialist

Job Summary

Position is for Kennewick, WA.

The Physician will set an example of compassionate care and will be responsible for the delivery of allergy/immunology services to patients based on the group’s policies, procedures and protocols. The Physician will report directly to the Medical Director for assignments, consultation and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory and administrative staff as required.

Reporting Relationships

The physician will report directly to the medical director for assignments, consultation, and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory, and administrative staff as required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Deliver quality care to patient
  • Set an example of compassionate and knowledgeable medical care
  • Stay abreast of developments in Allergy/Immunology and regularly communicate relevant information to other providers in the center
  • Be available for consultation to caregivers for routine care and for emergent medical problems
  • Participate in meetings as appropriate and/or as requested by the medical director

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Intake and assessment of new patient
  • Request necessary history and treatment plans from outside providers when indicated
  • Create a plan of care/treatment plan for new patients
  • Direct patient care including medical assessments and follow-ups
  • Manage an appropriate caseload including paperwork
  • Work collaboratively with team members to diagnose, manage and evolve patient care
  • Work collaboratively with outside providers
  • Order and analyze appropriate laboratory tests, when indicated
  • Facilitate educational groups
  • Travel to assigned sites
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings

Education and Experience

  • MD/DO with a minimum of two years of experience in Allergy

Licenses/Certifications

  • Must be licensed as an MD or DO
  • BE/BC in Allergy/Immunology

Benefits

  • Base Salary ($300-$350 range DOE) plus bonuses
  • Health Insurance, Malpractice, Professional Fees and CME allowances, PTO, etc.

Physician (MD/DO) - Addiction Medicine Specialist

Job Summary

The physician will set an example of compassionate care and will be responsible for the delivery of medical services to patients based on the group’s policies, procedures, and protocols. The physician will provide case management for assigned patients and will be responsible for medical, educational, and administrative services as assigned.

Reporting Relationships

The physician will report directly to the medical director for assignments, consultation, and staffing and will work closely with other medical, mental health, laboratory, and administrative staff as required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide the delivery of quality addiction medicine to patients
  • Set an example of compassionate and knowledgeable medical care
  • Stay abreast of developments in addiction medicine and regularly communicate relevant information to other providers in the center
  • Be available for consultation to caregivers for routine care and for emergent medical problems
  • Participate in meetings as appropriate and/or as requested by our medical director

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Intake and assessment of new patients suffering from substance abuse
  • Request necessary history and treatment plans from outside providers when indicated
  • Create a plan of care/treatment plan for new patients
  • Direct patient care including medical assessments and follow-ups
  • Manage an appropriate caseload including paperwork
  • Prescribe appropriate medications to assist in recovery as indicated by intake/assessment
  • Work collaboratively with team members to diagnose, manage, and evolve patient care
  • Work collaboratively with outside providers
  • Identify patient needs requiring medical management in addition to their substance abuse/recovery needs, i.e., dual diagnoses
  • Order and analyze appropriate laboratory tests, when indicated
  • Facilitate educational groups
  • Travel to assigned sites
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings

Education and Experience

  • MD/DO with a minimum of two years’ experience in substance abuse/recovery programs or experience in an agency or healthcare area providing substance abuse services required.

Licenses/Certifications

  • Must be licensed as an MD or DO
  • Must possess a valid Drug Enforcement Administration registration (X Designation)
  • BE/BC in addiction medicine

NP / PA / ARNP - Interventional Pain & Primary Care

Lynx Healthcare seeks several full-time Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners or ARNPs for our group to assist with clinical duties. We are hiring for several locations which include the following areas:

Washington- Richland, Kennewick, Pasco, Spokane, Spokane Valley. 

We are hiring for the following specialties: Interventional Pain, Allergy, Addiction, and Family Medicine.

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Job Description:

(Pain / Addiction)

Patient consultations and follow ups

Office visits

Triage phone calls

Medication management

Perform injections (if desired)

 

(Allergy)

Seeing patient as follow up initially, and possibly consults in the future.

Interpreting Allergy Prick skin test, Allergy PATCH test.

Performing and interpreting Medication challenges and food challenges.

Desensitizing to Medications.

Writing and researching protocols on occasion. 

Mixing Allergy serums for Allergy injections

Giving allergy injections, vaccines, and biologic medications

Perform and interpret Pulmonary Function test

Supervising and training MA's, LPN's, RN, and other staff as needed

 

Requirements:

Must be a licensed NP, PA, or ARNP

Pain management preferred but not required (for pain or addiction specialty)

Prefer Allergy, Pulmonary, Dermatology, or ENT training but not required (for allergy specialty)

Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required

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Benefits:

Base salary plus monthly RVU bonuses for compensation. Benefit package also includes coverage of malpractice and health insurance, allowance for professional fees and licensing, and paid time off.

 

Salary range: $85-$130k DOE and specialty, plus the monthly RVU bonus.

Total compensation package ends up being around $120-$170k on average.

Non-Physician Career Opportunities

Below is a description of positions we currently need filled. Lynx Healthcare consists of a diverse group of professionals who are enthusiastic about their jobs. We invite you to consider joining our friendly team.

To Apply: You may view more positions available or apply here.

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