Family Practice Physician - Float


Please no inquiries from recruiting or placement firms.

SUMMARY OF POSITION: To provide comprehensive primary medical care services to patients in a primary medical care ambulatory clinic or telehealth setting.


  • Develops and maintains proficiency in delivery of primary care medical services per ANHC Provider Policies and Procedures as outlined in the Practice Management Manual.

  • Communicates the plan of care and all pertinent information to other members of the health care team to provide coordinated patient treatment.

  • Shares in delivery of after-hours medical care by cooperatively participating in the hospital call schedule.

  • Develops and maintains a working knowledge of basic CPR, anaphylaxis treatment, and emergency protocols as determined by the Quality Assurance Committee.

  • Practices ethical conduct at all times during patient contact.

  • Maintains an effective professional and respective relationship with other members of the health care team.

  • Maintains current written collaborative relationship with collaborative midlevel practitioners.

  • Participates in the development and maintenance of triage and advice guidelines for front desk team, staff nurses and nurse team lead.

  • Participates in BPHC audits, case management reviews and quality assurance reviews as necessary.

  • Participates in the yearly evaluation of peers, supervisors, and the provider's nurse.

  • Keeps customer service and the mission of the organization in mind when interacting with all clients, co-workers, and others.

  • As an employee of a federally qualified health center, the Staff Physician will see all scheduled patients regardless of race, ethnicity, social or economic designation and will demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and needs.


WORK EXPERIENCE: Must be able to provide care for all age ranges.


EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE: Graduate of an accredited medical school.  Completion of U.S.G.M.E. approved Residency program. Board certification preferred; board eligible if new residency graduate. Obtain and possess current Alaska medical licensure and DEA certification, obtain and maintain membership in applicable specialty board, meet minimum CME requirements as per licensing board on a yearly basis, maintain CPR/BLS certification, and obtain and maintain current staff privileges at local hospitals as determined by the Chief Medical Officer.








LOCATION: Anchorage, AK

LAST UPDATED ON:     June 25, 2021