Family Medicine Physician in Keokuk with no call
The Iowa Primary Care Association is actively recruiting for a Family Medicine or Internal Medicine Outpatient Physician for a Community Health Center in Keokuk, IA.
- Clinic Hours: M/T/W/F 7a-5pm, Thursday 7a-7p. Provider will work 36 patient contact hours during open clinic time.
- Patients: 17-18 per day
- Number of Exam Rooms: 3 per provider
- Current Staff: 1 Family Medicine Physician, 1 Pediatrician, 5 FNP, 1 Psych NP, 1 Behavioral Health Therapist, 1 Pain Mgmt NP, 1 Pediatric NP
- Call: None
- Emphasis on serving low-income, underinsured uninsured, and Medicaid populations.
- Compensation: Salaried position plus incentive
- Contract Length: 3 years
- Insurance: Health, Dental, and Vision
- Malpractice Insurance: FTCA
- Disability Insurance: Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
- CME: $1500 and 5 days and increases based on years of service
- PTO: 20 days and increases based on years of service
- Holidays: in addition to PTO
- Loan Repayment: NHSC and PRIMECARRE
- Retirement Plan: 403B with match
- Relocation allowance
- Retention bonuses
Health Center Overview:
- Dental EHR= NextGen
- Mission is to provide affordable, comprehensive, culturally appropriate, cost effective care to residents of Southeastern Iowa
- CHC/SEIA established November of 2001 and became a FQHC in September of 2002
- 5 primary care clinic sites in Iowa and Illinois
- Located in Health Professional Shortage and Medically Underserved Areas
- Hospital in area is a 49 bed, community based short term acute care facility
- Houses on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River and historic homes on Grand Avenue
- Schools: Keokuk Community School District, Keokuk Catholic Schools, Keokuk Christian Academy, Southeastern Iowa Community College
- 3 golf courses, 15 public parks, Aquatic Center
- Southeast Iowa Regional Airport has Air Choice One to Minneapolis, Chicago, St. Louis, and Mason City
With a population of approximately 12,000, Keokuk is one of Lee County's largest, majestic and naturally beautiful communities. Magnificent mansions wide steep wooded cliffs above the ingenious lock system and a hydroelectric plant on the Mississippi River. Know as the "Gateway City" because of its ideal location for business and industry.
Keokuk has a public school system which includes four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school, along with a private elementary school. Keokuk is also home to a campus of Southeastern Community College (Iowa).Music and theatre are enjoyed each summer in Keokuk. The city is home to "Rollin' on the River," a local blues festival.
Keokuk is a short drive south of Burlington, Iowa which serves a population of approximately 50,000 residents. Keokuk Area Hospital is 49-bed, community based, short-term, acute care facility. Great River Medical Center is a 378-bed regional, integrated health-care system is located in Burlington. The regional center includes state-of-the-art facilities for emergency treatment, acute care and outpatient services. It also is home to the area's first permanent dialysis center, full-service rehabilitation, cancer care centers, and helicopter-transport service.
Keokuk is located along the pristine shores of the Mississippi River. Illinois is just across the river. Missouri is a short drive downstream. Two hours north are the Iowa-Illinois Quad Cities; Chicago, St. Louis, and Des Moines are also easily accessible. Kansas City, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Detroit and Memphis are unhurried one-day trips.
For more information visit www.keokukchamber.com
The Iowa Primary Care Association (Iowa PCA) is a statewide non-profit membership organization comprised of community health centers and other safety net providers in Iowa. Our mission is to provide leadership by promoting, supporting, and developing quality health care for underserved populations in Iowa.