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Medical Director, Integrative Medicine – Towson, MD

Thursday, June 16th, 2022

Our search firm has been retained to recruit a Medical Director, Integrative Medicine for our client in Towson, MD.  The Medical Director, Integrative Medicine will help build the program (develop staffing model, growth strategy, etc.) and we are seeking a physician with particular interest in Cancer Patients.  This is an excellent opportunity to join a nationally recognized and innovative organization!  Our client received the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 2020.

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Chief Medical Officer (Adult Health Center) – New England

Wednesday, April 13th, 2022

Unique opportunity, multi-site Adult Health Center organization.  CMO role – 80% Admin. 20% Clinical.

Please contact us for more specific information.

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Vice President, Medical Services – Madison, WI

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

The Murphey Group, Inc. has been retained to recruit a Vice President, Medical Services for a 40 year old, not-for-profit hospice and palliative care organization in Madison, WI.  Our client has been an innovator and leader in both caring for patients and their families, and in educating others about death, dying and grief.  Our client is the largest hospice provider (ADC 1000) in Wisconsin and offers the following services: Hospice Care, Palliative Care, and Senior Care.  Our client has two hospice IPUs totaling 62 beds, they are in talks with several payors on launching Medicare advantage programs, they are a NPHI member, and they offer several post-acute care programs and services.  This is an excellent opportunity to join a nationally recognized and innovative organization!

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Chief Medical Officer – Baltimore, MD

Friday, September 24th, 2021

The Murphey Group, Inc. has been retained to recruit a Chief Medical Officer for our client with corporate offices in Baltimore, MD.  Our client is a nationally recognized, nonprofit leader in serious illness and end-of-life care.  Our client employs over 60 physicians and nurse practitioners and serves 7500 LTC patients daily and they provide medical directors for over 30 nursing homes in the Baltimore, MD area.  Their hospice program has an ADC of 1000 and this includes three inpatient units with 66 beds.  They have been moving programs upstream and have a level-3 PCMH for seriously ill patients.  This is an excellent opportunity to join a nationally recognized and innovative organization!  Our client is the largest Hospice provider in Maryland and the largest Geriatric practice as well.

The CMO will report to the CEO and will have equal knowledge and experience in hospice, palliative care, and geriatrics.  An innovative mindset and experience managing through growth are key attributes of the incoming CMO.  The CMO will lead all employed providers and should have prior experience in a leadership capacity.

More information can be discussed over a phone call.

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PACE Program – Lead Clinical Physician – Oakland, CA

Wednesday, March 30th, 2022

Our search firm has been retained to recruit a Lead Primary Care Physician for a 40+ year old, non-profit PACE Program in Oakland, CA.

Under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer, the Lead Primary Care Physician is responsible for the medical care of participants enrolled in the PACE program. The Lead Primary Care Physician provides leadership to educate interdisciplinary team (IDT) members regarding medical issues and works collaboratively with clinic leadership and site managers to ensure clinic and site function well.  Lead The Primary Care Physician  role models a collaborative partnership with the family and other caregivers to ensure that all the participants medical and non-medical care needs are met.

The Lead Primary Care Physician will be responsible for the overall supervision of nurse practitioner’s furnishing/ordering activities, including providing consultation and evaluation the furnishing/ordering activities (e.g., by periodic chart reviews) and will be available in person or by telecommunications for consultation when indicated by the participant’s medical condition or by the nature of the therapeutic intervention.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Physician holding an M.D. or D.O. degree
  • Minimum of 1 year’s experience working with a frail or elderly population.
  • Completed residency training in Internal Medicine or Family Practice; board certification and MOC preferred.
  • Sub-specialty training or experience in Geriatrics preferred.
  • Current unrestricted Drug Enforcement Agency Certificate.
  • Desire to work in the framework of a PACE model interdisciplinary team, and to understand and perform the physician role within the team.
  • A current certification in Basic Life Support (training provided if needed.)
  • Strong communication, interpersonal and leadership skills essential.
  • Ability to work as a team player in a multi-cultural, inter-disciplinary setting.
  • Bilingual skills preferred

What is PACE?

PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a program for frail/elderly recipients who have been determined to need “nursing facility level of care” but wish to remain in their home and community as long as possible. The Pace model provides more care in people’s homes and community settings to prevent more expensive and undesired institutional care. You decide their treatment rather than insurance companies.

Services are organized by a health team that includes a doctor, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social worker, nutritionist, transportation coordinator, and more. The PACE Center includes a physician’s office, therapy gym, and adult day program. They receive healthy meals, enjoy the social activities with friends daily at the Pace Center. Transportation picks them up at 8 AM daily and transports them to the Pace Center and returns them home daily at 5 PM. Each day is fun filled and really enjoyable..

PACE caregivers help with household chores and personal care. PACE coordinates visits to medical specialists like podiatry, cardiology, and optometry. PACE works closely with clinical pharmacists and pays for all medications and even delivers medications right to the home.

PACE also arranges and pays for all inpatient services, including hospitalizations and nursing home stays for respite, rehabilitation, or long-term placement.

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PACE Program PCP – Pittsburgh, PA

Sunday, June 26th, 2022

Currently recruiting to fill a PACE Program PCP for a well established PACE Program in Pittsburgh, PA.

What is PACE?

PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a program for frail/elderly recipients who have been determined to need “nursing facility level of care” but wish to remain in their home and community as long as possible. The Pace model provides more care in people’s homes and community settings to prevent more expensive and undesired institutional care. You decide their treatment rather than insurance companies.

Services are organized by a health team that includes a doctor, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social worker, nutritionist, transportation coordinator, and more. The PACE Center includes a physician’s office, therapy gym, and adult day program. They receive healthy meals, enjoy the social activities with friends daily at the Pace Center. Transportation picks them up at 8 AM daily and transports them to the Pace Center and returns them home daily at 5 PM. Each day is fun filled and really enjoyable..

PACE caregivers help with household chores and personal care. PACE coordinates visits to medical specialists like podiatry, cardiology, and optometry. PACE works closely with clinical pharmacists and pays for all medications and even delivers medications right to the home.

PACE also arranges and pays for all inpatient services, including hospitalizations and nursing home stays for respite, rehabilitation, or long-term placement.

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Palliative Care Physician – West Coast of Florida

Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

Our search firm has been retained by a large, not-for-profit Hospice on the West Coast of Florida to recruit a full-time Palliative Care physician.  Please contact us for more details.

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PACE Program Medical Director/PCP – Bowling Green, KY

Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

Our firm has been retained to recruit a Medical Director/PCP for a PACE Program in Bowling Green, KY.

What is PACE?

PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a program for frail/elderly recipients who have been determined to need “nursing facility level of care” but wish to remain in their home and community as long as possible. The Pace model provides more care in people’s homes and community settings to prevent more expensive and undesired institutional care. You decide their treatment rather than insurance companies.

Services are organized by a health team that includes a doctor, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social worker, nutritionist, transportation coordinator, and more. The PACE Center includes a physician’s office, therapy gym, and adult day program. They receive healthy meals, enjoy the social activities with friends daily at the Pace Center. Transportation picks them up at 8 AM daily and transports them to the Pace Center and returns them home daily at 5 PM. Each day is fun filled and really enjoyable..

PACE caregivers help with household chores and personal care. PACE coordinates visits to medical specialists like podiatry, cardiology, and optometry. PACE works closely with clinical pharmacists and pays for all medications and even delivers medications right to the home.

PACE also arranges and pays for all inpatient services, including hospitalizations and nursing home stays for respite, rehabilitation, or long-term placement.

Contact Us: Please click here to Email us or contact us at 800-875-6364

PACE Program PCP – Richmond, KY

Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

Our firm has been retained to recruit a PCP for a PACE Program in Richmond, KY.

What is PACE?

PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a program for frail/elderly recipients who have been determined to need “nursing facility level of care” but wish to remain in their home and community as long as possible. The Pace model provides more care in people’s homes and community settings to prevent more expensive and undesired institutional care. You decide their treatment rather than insurance companies.

Services are organized by a health team that includes a doctor, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social worker, nutritionist, transportation coordinator, and more. The PACE Center includes a physician’s office, therapy gym, and adult day program. They receive healthy meals, enjoy the social activities with friends daily at the Pace Center. Transportation picks them up at 8 AM daily and transports them to the Pace Center and returns them home daily at 5 PM. Each day is fun filled and really enjoyable..

PACE caregivers help with household chores and personal care. PACE coordinates visits to medical specialists like podiatry, cardiology, and optometry. PACE works closely with clinical pharmacists and pays for all medications and even delivers medications right to the home.

PACE also arranges and pays for all inpatient services, including hospitalizations and nursing home stays for respite, rehabilitation, or long-term placement.

Contact Us: Please click here to Email us or contact us at 800-875-6364

PACE Program PCP – Monticello, KY

Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

Our firm has been retained to recruit a PCP for a PACE Program in Monticello, KY.

What is PACE?

PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a program for frail/elderly recipients who have been determined to need “nursing facility level of care” but wish to remain in their home and community as long as possible. The Pace model provides more care in people’s homes and community settings to prevent more expensive and undesired institutional care. You decide their treatment rather than insurance companies.

Services are organized by a health team that includes a doctor, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social worker, nutritionist, transportation coordinator, and more. The PACE Center includes a physician’s office, therapy gym, and adult day program. They receive healthy meals, enjoy the social activities with friends daily at the Pace Center. Transportation picks them up at 8 AM daily and transports them to the Pace Center and returns them home daily at 5 PM. Each day is fun filled and really enjoyable..

PACE caregivers help with household chores and personal care. PACE coordinates visits to medical specialists like podiatry, cardiology, and optometry. PACE works closely with clinical pharmacists and pays for all medications and even delivers medications right to the home.

PACE also arranges and pays for all inpatient services, including hospitalizations and nursing home stays for respite, rehabilitation, or long-term placement.

Contact Us: Please click here to Email us or contact us at 800-875-6364