PA Primary Care Career Center – Find your Passion and PurposePA Primary Care Career Center – Find your Passion and Purpose


Family First Health, Gettysburg – Family Physician

What are you looking for in an employer?
• Dedicated provider team and support staff
• Care for patients newborn to geriatrics and multiple generations of the same families
• Outpatient only
• Paid malpractice insurance (FTCA)
• Desire to make a difference in the community you serve

If this describes you, you’ll want to learn more about FAMILY FIRST HEALTH

FAMILY FIRST HEALTH, a community health center (FQHC), understands that not every individual or community shares the same needs. That’s why at Family First Health, we have five convenient locations in diverse geographic regions across York and Adams Counties

With a commitment to providing the highest quality of healthcare to our patients, regardless of their ability to pay, FFH offers state of the art facilities and a long list of support services.

1. Provides the full scope of primary medical care including diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of conditions following standard and accepted protocols and procedures using standard and accepted instruments and equipment to ensure the delivery of standard of care in accordance with the scope of licensure.

2. Documents patient visits and reviews incoming documentation in a timely manner.

3. Takes rotating after hours call with other Family First Health physicians.

4. Provides input to the formulation of patient care policies and procedures for the department and organization.

5. Facilitates and monitors activities related to patient care and sets standards for accurate reporting and recording of patients’ symptoms, reactions and progress.

6. Organizes patient care and ensures continuity of care based upon knowledge of patient needs.

7. Evaluates care through assessment, planning, intervention, re-evaluation, written documentation, observation and comparison to established standards.

8. Provides patient education on treatments, medications, diet and other disease and illness prevention or management strategies.

9. Helps ensure that OSHA protocols are being followed during as appropriate.

10. Guides nursing staff as necessary and participates in training; delegates appropriate assignments to nursing staff.

11. Participates in peer review process.

12. Attends and actively participates in key organizational meetings.
Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include a Doctorate in medicine or osteopathy from an accredited university and completion of an approved post-graduate training program with Board certification or eligibility.

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