In 1971, Yale University began a unique and historic experiment in providing health services to its faculty, staff and students through a multidisciplinary health maintenance organization located on campus. Now, 50 years later, Yale Health has more than 45,000 members including students, staff, faculty and their families who come from every state in the country and almost every country in the world. Yale Health is a not-for-profit, physician-led health plan that operates a medical center on the Yale campus, the Yale Health Center. The organization provides care to the entire Yale community both through its central facility at 55 Lock Street and through additional clinicians and services known as the “Yale Health Network” Yale New Haven Hospital is Yale Health’s network hospital.
Employing more than 100 healthcare professionals in a wide-range of specialties, Yale Health is equipped to provide 24/7 on-site care through its Acute Care Department, in addition to providing emergency and acute care coverage to its members outside of the state of Connecticut. Yale Health is accredited by the Joint Commission and is recognized as a Primary Care Medical Home.
We are currently seeking a Physician to join the OB/GYN care team. The Yale Health Ob/GYN physician provides the full spectrum of general obstetrical and gynecologic care, including outpatient, inpatient, labor and birth, emergencies and GYN procedures, consults with and refers to subspecialists and coordinates care as appropriate, work to build and provide care for the welfare of all YHP patients, this includes their individual panel, as well as readily available as backup for other colleagues, cooperative and supportive of nurses and other front-line staff, willingness to see walk-in and call-in patients when asked by support staff, regularly attends and participates in department meetings and committee assignments and meets regularly with Department Chief and Manager. The OB/GYN physician will participate in on call duty for an average of one in 6 to one in 7, with a post call day off. The department averages 300 deliveries per year.
Our clinicians work closely with subspecialists from the Yale School of Medicine faculty and our unique model of care allows staff to practice medicine without concern for billing, RVU targets or excessive paperwork.
Essential patient care values at Yale Health include high-quality, evidence-based, cost effective patient-centered care, compassionate listening, shared decision-making and timely response to patient requests. Our focus is improving the health and well-being of the entire Yale Community.
Required Education, Licenses and Certifications:
Graduation from an accredited medical school
Holds or is eligible to hold a CT Medical License, Holds or is eligible to hold a CT Controlled Substance Registration, Federal DEA Registration, Board Certification/board eligible, Qualifies for hospital and faculty appointments.
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