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Company: Sparrow Health System
Location: Lansing, MI
Career Level: Director
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

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Job Opportunity Job ID: 33467 Positions Location: Lansing, MI   Job Description General Purpose of Job:   The Description:

Positions Location: Lansing, MI

 

Job Description

General Purpose of Job:  

The Plastic Microsurgeon will be responsible for the treatment and surgical needs of the patient in reconstructive surgery for consultation and restoration and repair of post orthopedic flaps, wounds, burns, post bariatric surgery, Craniofacial repair of anomalies or traumatic reconstructive needs.  Examine and diagnose patients to identify an abnormality needing treatment either medically or surgically.

May participate in the partnership between Sparrow Medical Group and Michigan Medicine Section as a Faculty member devoting 20% of time will be devoted to teaching and research. It is expected that you will participate in the education and mentorship of residents and fellows during the course of their clinical activities and didactic teaching conferences within the department. You may be asked to present, on occasion, at the major conferences of Plastic Surgery.

Essential Duties:

This job description is intended to cover the minimum essential duties assigned on a regular basis.  Caregivers may be asked to perform additional duties as assigned by their leader.  Leadership has the right to alter or modify the duties of the position.

  • Devote time, attention and energy to providing professional medical services that are representative of the highest quality, compassionate medical care that can be provided to Hospital\u2019s patients.
  • With respect to assigned clinical responsibilities, reports to Section Chief Michigan Medical Plastic Surgery and Vice President Sparrow Medical Group (SMG) or designee.
  • In accordance with Physician\u2019s Employment Agreement, be available not less than the required number of hours per week for patient contact time, call coverage, and other responsibilities as assigned by Vice President SMG or designee or SMG Board.
  • Utilize and conform to the billing, collection and accounting systems and practices maintained by Hospital and Sparrow Health System and as designated by the SMG Board.
  • Supervise the medical care of those patients of Hospital who are assigned for supervision.
  • Refer patients requiring medically necessary care to an affiliate of Sparrow Health System, if such services are available at Sparrow Health System affiliate facility, unless (i) a patient expresses a different choice, (ii) the patient\u2019s insurer requires a different provider, or (iii) the best medical interest of the patient demands a different referral in the physician\u2019s judgment.
  • Supervise, evaluate and make recommendations regarding office personnel and actively participate in SMG and practice level management and operations, including, without limitation, attendance at SMG all-physician meetings, practice group meeting and other such meetings related to SMG or Physician\u2019s practice group.
  • Assist with the recruitment and development of additional or replacement physicians.
  • Perform such additional services as requested by the Section Chair of Michigan Medical or Vice President, SMG as well as those designated by the SMG Board, which are not inconsistent with the foregoing duties and other terms of Employment Agreement.
  • Engage in such educational programs, including teaching residents, interns and medical students as requested or directed by the Vice President, SMG as well as those designated by the SMG Board.
  • Complete all medical record entries within a reasonable time after patient contact and comply with additional requirements related to documentation and coding, if any, as set forth by Contract Agreement and Hospital Medical Staff Bylaws; provided that these deadlines may be extended by Hospital for reasonable time in light of unforeseeable events such as Physician\u2019s illness.
  • Participate in the ongoing development of Physician\u2019s practice specialty within Hospital, including assisting in connection with the development of policies, procedures and protocols and operation matters in conjunction with the SMG Board.
  • Assist as requested by the SMG Board or Hospital in developing, reviewing and implementing revisions to Hospital\u2019s and SMG\u2019s quality assurance, quality improvement and related programs as they relate to Physician\u2019s practice specialty.
  • Demonstrate good medical citizenship, which includes the following:
    • Have complete, legible, timely, and appropriately coded outpatient and inpatient charts and billing documentation.
    • Exhibit courteous civility in dealing with staff, patients, families, and peers.
    • Exhibit cooperative attitude in dealing with all aspects of Sparrow Health System.
    • Be constructive, creative, and proactive in dealing with issues that need to be addressed either personally or professionally.
    • Exhibit cooperative behavior in handling telephone messages, medication refills, call backs to patients, and other activities, as needed.
    • Be cognizant, knowledgeable, and compliant with Hospital and Sparrow Health System policies on                        Conflict of Interest and Corporate Compliance.
    • Demonstrate, via action, the ICARE values.
    • Be a member in good standing of the Sparrow Medical Staff.
    • Recognize the inherent duty and responsibility to assist in all aspects of patient care related to Physician\u2019s specialty and assist the SMG Board and/or Hospital\u2019s Vice President, SMG in seeing that these needs are met in accordance with the Sparrow Way principles.
    • Have complete, legible, timely, and appropriately coded outpatient and inpatient charts and billing documentation.
    • Exhibit courteous civility in dealing with staff, patients, families, and peers.
    • Exhibit cooperative attitude in dealing with all aspects of Sparrow Health System.
    • Be constructive, creative, and proactive in dealing with issues that need to be addressed either personally or professionally.
    • Exhibit cooperative behavior in handling telephone messages, medication refills, call backs to patients, and other activities, as needed.
    • Be cognizant, knowledgeable, and compliant with Hospital and Sparrow Health System policies on Conflict of Interest and Corporate Compliance.
    • Demonstrate, via action, the ICARE values.
    • Be a member in good standing of the Sparrow Medical Staff.
    • Recognize the inherent duty and responsibility to assist in all aspects of patient care related to Physician\u2019s  specialty and assist the SMG Board and/or Hospital\u2019s Vice President, SMG in seeing that these needs are met in accordance with the Sparrow Way principles.

 

Job Requirements General Requirements\u2022 Board Eligible/Certified in Plastic Surgery \u2022 Fellowship trained in Plastic Surgery \u2022 Medical Licenses in the State of MichiganWork Experience\u2022 3-5 yearsEducation\u2022 MD or DO \u2022 Graduate of an approved Plastic Surgery residency program Specialized Knowledge and SkillsRequired: \u2022 Demonstrates ability to use a keyboard as may be required to perform the essential duties of the job. \u2022 Demonstrate Physical Dexterity \u2022 Is able to problem solve to meet the needs of the patient Preferred: \u2022 Experience of 3-5 years in Plastic Surgery after Graduation from an approved accredited Fellowship program in Plastic Surgery.

Sparrow Medical Group (SMG), a multispecialty physician group and the premier physician organization of Sparrow Health System (SHS), in partnership with the University of Michigan (MM) Section of Plastic Surgery, is seeking two full-time, dynamic Microsurgeons to practice in Lansing, Michigan.  SMG is committed to improving access to medical care across the Mid-Michigan region.

  • Six physician practice \u2013
    • Two general plastic surgeons
    • Two CAQ hand surgeons
    • Two microsurgeons
  • Level 1 Trauma Center
  • New program \u2013 great chance to have input on program development
  • Located in the heart of the Great Lakes
  • Top performer in quality initiatives
  • EPIC EMR-inpatient and outpatient

 Position offers:

  • Excellent compensation and benefits including medical, dental and vision coverage
  • Relocation assistance, 401(k) with matching funds, generous CME benefits
  • Malpractice insurance that includes tail coverage

Qualifications:

Required qualifications include an M.D. or D.O., successful completion of an approved Plastic Surgery residency program, board eligible/certified in Plastic Surgery, and hold or have the ability to obtain the appropriate medical licenses in the state of Michigan. Evidence of clinical competence is expected. 

Qualified applicants may be considered for a faculty position with Michigan Medicine combined with a clinical appointment with Sparrow Medical Group. Candidates for faculty positions will satisfy the criteria to be appointed as a faculty member with demonstrated excellence in all aspects of the Michigan Medicine tripartite mission of clinical care, teaching, and research and will show exceptional promise in academic pursuits and a proven track record in research. Adjunct faculty positions may also be available to qualified applicants.

Job Family Physicians & Advanced Practice Providers Requirements: Shift Days Degree Type / Education Level MD/DO Status Full-time Facility Sparrow Hospital Experience Level Under 4 Years


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