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Physician / Family Practice / Georgia / Locum or Permanent / FAMILY PRACTICE PHYSICIAN Job

Dymentum Health LLC

This is a Full-time position in jESUP, GA posted January 15, 2022.

Place of Performance the Physician Services will be performed in the Health Services Department at the Federal Correctional Institution.

Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Jesup, Georgia.

The physical address is 2600 Hwy 301 South, Jesup, GA 31599ScheduleThe contractor will normally work 30 sessions per week.

One (1) session will equal one (1) hour.

Typically, the contractor will work Monday through Friday (except Federal Holidays), normally between the hours of 7:30a.m.

and 4:00 p.m., with a 30 minute unpaid lunch period.

The Contracting Officers Representative (COR) and the Health Services Administrator (HSA) will be responsible for defining the weekly schedule.

These schedules are subject to change based on the variable needs of the institution(s) and the unpredictable nature of the correctional environment.

Upon agreement, any changes to the schedules must be coordinated with theCOR assigned under the contract.

The contractor will record the time he/she began the shift and the time he/she terminated the shift.

The performance period will be for a base year, being 12 months from the estimated date of award and four 12 month option periods..Education and ExperienceThe contractor will provide the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) with physician(s) who possess knowledge, skills, abilities, and a current and valid medical license to practice medicine in any state in theUnited States of America.

Contractor must submit, photocopies of documents evidencing education, license, certification and training.

The contract physician shall be covered by the contractors professional liability insurance as defined by the solicitation.

The contract physician must possess current BLS certification.

Health RequirementsThe contractor shall ensure their employee is free of communicable diseases.

Any individual who subsequently develops a medical condition which might reasonably be expected to place other workers, inmates, or thepublic at risk shall be immediately removed from affected activities.

In any such case, the contractor shall be responsible, at no additional cost to the institution, for securing the services of any replacement personnel required to perform this contract.Description of DutiesThe contract physician will provide urgent and emergency care as needed.

Respond to all urgent/emergency care must be immediate.

The contract physician will respond immediately to calls for help via radio or telephone notification.

FCI Oxford clinical staff or other BOP employees will accompany the contract physician to all emergency locations in order to access entry into locked buildings, special housing units, and etc.The contract physician is responsible for providing medical services for acute and chronic medical problems among the general population inmates, those in the Special Housing Unit and Wood Unit.

Services will include evaluating and treating inmates requiring emergency medical care, performing comprehensive history and physical examinations, reviewing and signing diagnostic and consultative reports, and providing clinical guidance to the Advanced Practice Providers, Nurses , and EMTs.

Any recommendations for further diagnostic testing and/or treatment will be made in the appropriate section of the electronic record, pending review by the Utilization Review Committee.

Other specific duties may involve all aspects of health care delivery, which will be performed in accordance with currently accepted medical practices and procedures.The contract physician will document accurately and thoroughly in the electronic medical record and will complete all data collection instruments by the end of the work day in accordance with medical staff bylaws and Bureau of Prison policy, to include using the Bureau Electronic Medical Record (BEMR).

Deficiencies must be corrected in a timely manner.

BOP policy, including clinical practice guidelines, will be followed at all times.The contract physician shall adhere to all standards and regulations associated with the American Correctional Association Foundation/Core Standards for Adult Correctional Institutions.

Due to BOP Health Services policies, history and evaluations shall be completed as scheduled.

The contractors performance shall be monitored by the HSA and the COR.Patient ManagementThe contractor will be responsible for receiving patients and explaining procedures to alleviate undue anxiety, submitting reports and evaluations as requested.

The contractor will be responsible for following directives and comply with Bureau of Prisons Health Services Manual, local institutional mandates, and the Health Services Departments policies in the management of all patient encounters.

The contractor will be responsible for submitting written reports, evaluations, and/or plans of treatment for all patients evaluated.

These reports will be in the electronic medical record (BEMR).Patients shall be afforded impartial access to treatment or accommodations that are available or medically indicated, regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, or religion.

Staffing shall be commensurate with the expected needs of the patients and within the scope of services offered.

The contractor is required to maintain an open line of communication with the Clinical Director, HSA, and COR.

Scheduling of individual patients is the ultimate