The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is responsible for planning managing and monitoring SCHC’s clinical performance. Responsible for overseeing the medical policies, health care service delivery and quality of patient care. Oversee the SCHC Quality Improvement (QI) Program. Responsible for the overall clinical quality, professional leadership and direction of the Provider population at SCHC.
Graduate of an accredited medical school. Current New York State Medical License required. Current BLS Certification and Infection Control Certificate required. Minimum of seven or more years of clinical practice, participation in a leadership role in medical staff organization activities, and through management experience within a health care delivery system. Three to five years of management.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: P0078
About Syracuse Community Health Center
Syracuse Community Health Center (SCHC) is a patient-centered medical home which means our focus is on you and your health. In a patient-centered medical home, a team of health professionals works together to create an environment where you have access to quality health care that provides you with the best possible health outcomes. Your primary care provider leads the care team which may include nurses, medical assistants, receptionists, specialists and other health care professionals working with you as the center of the team. Within our facility, we offer a variety of other medical services that complement your primary care to make it easier for you to receive comprehensive care. When you, as a patient, take an active role in your care, you can be sure you are getting the care you need.
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