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University of South Carolina Clinical Director Primary Care in Columbia, South Carolina

Classification Title: Physician

College/Division: Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support

Department: SAAS Health Services

Advertised Salary Range: Salary commensurate with qualifications.

Advertised Job Summary:

The primary purpose of this position is to provide leadership for the daily clinical operations in Primary Care to ensure quality care within a patient-centered team environment. The Clinical Director will provide strategic leadership as well as patient care and will be responsible for supervision of medical providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants). They will assume responsibility for supervision and oversight of daily medical services, programs, and activities to scheduling to ensure easy access, quality and affordable. As a licensed physician, provides team-based primary medical care within approved privileges, scope of practice and within the patient-centered medical home standards. Coordinates patient care, consultations, and referrals within the department, and with other University, state, and community providers. Individual is required to maintain board certification and undergo PEER review quarterly to maintain credentialing and privileges. The Clinical Director is considered essential personnel and is required to report to campus during weather-related closures and campus emergencies. Limited weekend and evening work is required to meet patient care needs and will be required during campus emergencies.

Advertised Minimum Qualifications :

Graduation from accredited medical school, completion of residency training, and 3 years’ experience. Licensed (unrestricted) to practice medicine in the State of South Carolina (or eligible to be licensed). Board Certified in specialty area and maintain certification throughout employment. Have or ability to obtain CPR and ACLS certification upon employment. DEA certificate required. Obtain and maintain credentialing, privileging, and Board Certification always during employment.

Full/Part Time: Full Time