Suburban Health Organization

Suburban Health Organization is an organization composed of eleven central Indiana hospitals working together to promote quality, efficiency and patient access in the communities they serve.

We support our hospitals, our physicians and the communities they serve through the development of strategic initiatives and shared services.

From quality initiatives and physician recruitment, to managed care contracting, and a risk retention group, the strength and diversity of these services help make our hospitals and physicians one of the leading provider networks in central Indiana.

Suburban Health Organization Bainbridge, IN, USA
Jul 27, 2018
Full time
Hendricks Regional Health  is adding a Family Medicine physician to their practice in Bainbridge, Indiana. Will also consider an NP with at least  3 years of experience  and willing to work in a solo practice. Immediate need. This is a great opportunity in an undeserved rural area in close proximity to a small college town. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Call coverage is shared with a larger group of PCP's. Open to alternate schedules. Must be Board Eligible or Board Certified. Employed opportunity. Affiliation agreements with Marian University as well as IU. Physician will see patients from newborn to geriatrics. Small amount of pediatrics, mostly middle age to geriatric. Currently using Cerner EMR but switching to EPIC in September. Very competitive salary and benefits package. #2565  Major Health Partners  is adding a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to work in the Orthopaedic department. Candidate  must have previous Orthopaedic experience  OR  clinical rotation experience . Job duties include: Performing comprehensive and problem focused history and physical exams, interpret and correlate laboratory and diagnostic procedures. Interpret and correlate subjective and objective data to formulate a differential diagnose and establish a working diagnosis. Formulate a treatment plan for Orthopaedic problems within scope of practice. Implement therapeutic intervention for specific conditions when appropriate. Exercise judgment on problems requiring consultation, referral, or evaluation by the supervising Orthopaedic surgeon or other health care professionals. Order, collect and perform appropriate laboratory or diagnostic procedures, and studies including but not limited to blood and tissue specimens. Ordering or performing diagnostic studies such as but not limited to EMG, electrocardiogram, compartment pressure measurements, and x-ray examinations including special x-ray examinations CT, MRI and bines scans etc. Performing procedures such as but not limited to minor outpatient surgical procedures such as but not limited to: wound closure, wound management, wound debridement, incision and drainage. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including but not limited to joint and bursa aspirations, closed reduction of fractures and dislocations, injections of joints, tendons, trigger points and bursa, as well as brace, cast and splint applications. Assist in surgery to include bit not limited to first assist, deep and superficial tissue closures, application of appliances and any other action delegated by the surgeon. Conduct hospital, rounds, write orders, and take call for the Orthopaedic Surgeon. Evaluate and clarify clinical conditions, formulate and implement a treatment or therapeutic plan for hospitalized patients, dictate discharge summaries, histories and physicals. Order, prescribe, dispense and administer Medication, orthosis, orthotics, braces and other Orthopaedic devices as may be allowed by state legislation. Evaluate, screen and council patient on health maintenance and promote utilization of community resources. Design, conduct and/or participate in research studies, manage databases, and perform quality assurance. Competitive salary and benefits package. Please put the  Search ID #  associated with the opportunity you are interested in. Thank you! Job Type: Full-time