We are a growing, independent Nephrology practice that is seeking an energetic nephrologist to come into a well established, successful, respected practice. Duties includes HD, PD, home hemo, and clinical nephrology in office, multiple acute care hospitals and multiple dialysis centers. Interested candidates should be knowledgeable in all aspects of nephrology, have a strong work ethic and a team approach to quality care for our patients.
Our practice is positioned as a leading private provider of nephrology services in Indianapolis market. When entering into private practice, it is important to select a group that is not only concerned with adapting to the changes in healthcare, but also a group that has the size and the resources to adapt effectively. Our practice offers a wealth of potential opportunity for new partners.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The primary role of a nephrologist in this practice is delivery of direct nephrology medical management to patients in the hospital, at dialysis, and in the office settings. It will include but not limited to the following: Acute, sub-acute, out-patient, and chronic patient consultations with follow up and ongoing comprehensive medical management.
Emergency coverage of nephrology medical management issues including 24/7 availability to acute care facilities on a rotational basis.
Effective updates through communication and education of referring providers, patients, and family members as appropriate, of medical management plan, clinical progress, and prognosis.
Participate in the professional development through education and mentorship of ancillary staff and other allied professionals. Coordinate and/or participate in integrated specialty and subspecialty consultations and interdisciplinary care conferences as needed.
Participate in the strategic planning, oversight, and quality improvement initiatives of multiple facilities and a variety of programs as directed by the Company.
Schedule: In General, the work schedule will be a mixture of office clinics, hospital based services (inpatient rounding, consult coverage, and in hospital dialysis program development/oversight), and dialysis responsibilities (unit rounds and care conferences.)
Requirements: Board Certified/Board Eligible in Nephrology Active and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the state of Indiana
Active and unrestricted DEA & CSR