Our mission at Hyndman Area Health Center is to promote health and wellness, to provide health care for the medically underserved and community-at-large, and to provide affordable health care accessible to anyone regardless of race, age, creed, color, national origin, or sexual preference.
Hyndman Area Health Center, Inc. (HAHC) is a non-profit agency operating multiple FQHC outpatient clinics in rural southwest Pennsylvania. We are actively seeking Board-certified Family Practice physicians to join our growing medical team in providing high-quality care.
Family Practice Physician Qualifications:• MD or DO from an accredited medical school- Active (or eligibility for) unrestricted Pennsylvania medical license and current DEA registration – Board certification- Eligibility for FTCA malpractice coverage.
• Demonstrated expertise in relevant medical practices, protocol, trends and best practices in clinical areas assigned.
• Electronic Health Records literate and computer skills.
• Demonstrated knowledge and success in effecting overall clinical operations.
• Willingness to support and collaborate with midlevel providers in a team-oriented approach to continuation of care.
• Experience/knowledge of federal, state and local regulations and standards associated with the delivery of care in a community health center/FQHC environment preferred.
• Family Practice Physician: 1 year
Required license or certification:
• MD or DO
Other Income Details
Competitive salary and benefits package- No hospital rounding, telephone on-call only- Unlimited malpractice coverage under the Federal Tort Claims Act – 20 days PTO plus 9 paid legal holidays per year- Annual PTO and expense allowance for CME training – Eligibility for loan repayment through National Health Services Corp and/or the State of Pennsylvania. Possible administrative advancement.
The County of Bedford was established on March 9, 1771 from parts of Cumberland County, and is named for the fort that tamed the area for settlers to follow. At the county seat, you will find the oldest Pennsylvania County Courthouse still in use. The fourteen covered bridges that dot the county landscape are another sign of the area’s rich history.With a population of 49,762 (2010 census) and a size of 1,017 square miles, Bedford County residents enjoy quaint towns in a rural setting that is conveniently located in south central Pennsylvania, just hours away from Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington DC. Hospitality abounds from modern hotels, historic taverns, peaceful bed and breakfasts and the grand Omni Bedford Springs Resort. One can also enjoy the great mountains, rivers and lakes that offer outdoor recreation.