Duke Primary Care (DPC) is in search of a Pediatric Regional Medical Director within its growing network. This position serves a dual role devoted to supporting both the administrative and clinical duties within our practices. The Regional Medical Director is responsible for ensuring that all program and clinical performance under his/her leadership conforms to DPC standards for quality and that physicians and advanced practice clinicians adhere to all applicable DPC policies and procedures.
The Pediatric Regional Medical Director shares joint responsibility and accountability with DPC Practice Medical Directors for outcome results in provider and staff engagement, provider and practice optimization, provider relations, timely patient access, patient/family experience and budget and financial performance targets. This position also coordinates provider recruitment for the practice and represents Duke Primary Care’s practices to Duke Primary Care Administration and Duke University Health System.
The Pediatric Regional Medical Director will hold a Consulting Associate appointment in the Duke Department of Pediatrics. This position will work a 1.0 FTE (0.6 administrative and .4 clinical FTE) and will maintain an active clinical practice in a DPC practice.
The Regional Medical Director will report to the ACMO for medical/clinical matters and the COO for administrative matters; collaborates with senior leaders within the assigned region to achieve operational goals and objectives; and has oversight for providers within the assigned region.
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About Duke Primary Care
Established in 1995, Duke Primary Care is one of North Carolina’s largest primary care networks and plays a key role in Duke Health’s clinical care and research. Our network spans across the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and surrounding area. Services include primary care, preventative medicine, chronic care management and urgent care for conditions usually seen in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, and urgent care. We have 40+ practice locations that are staffed by more than 300 providers and 500 clinical staff.