Primary Care Provider (PCP)

Personalized Hematology-Oncology of Wake Forest is one of the very few private practices that focus on personalized cancer treatment and efficient quality care. We put our patient’s health and comfort at top priority, using our technology to offer personalized and cost-effective chemotherapy treatment. Currently, we are expanding and looking to grow our team with our primary care provider jobs. 

Position Information

Utilizing the guidelines set forth by the American Academy of Primary Care Medicine, the physician shall provide outpatient primary health care to acute and chronically ill stable adult patients.

Essential Duties

  1. Take care of the patient’s immediate medical needs.
  2. Undertake medical evaluation, including history and physical examination, laboratory,
    X‐ray, referrals, or other diagnostic studies.
  3. Evaluate the patient and develop a problem list.
  4. Develop treatment objectives and plans.
  5. Initiate treatment orders and procedures.
  6. Educate and counsel patients to promote positive health behaviors and disease
  7. Work closely with clinical staff in coordinating and obtaining needed services for
    patients and families.
  8. Consult with the Director of Adult Medicine as necessary.
  9.  Perform additional duties as assigned.


Continuing Care

  1. The PCP will make every reasonable effort to follow through personally with the
    patients s/he evaluated initially.
  2. Patients will be asked to return for further services only as often as necessary and by
    appointment whenever possible.
  3. By the third visit, the PCP will complete and maintain a problem list to be kept in each
    patient’s medical records.

Recording of Patient’s Progress, Procedures and Other Matters

  1. A visit will be recorded, and the chart note accepted in the EMR within same day of the
  2. Notes should:
    1. Reflect change in a patient’s condition and other significant information.
    2. Include documentation of pertinent history, review of systems, and
      physical exam
    3. Indicate studies performed and that results are reviewed and discussed
      with the patient.
    4. Reflect provider’s thought processes as to the patient’s problems,
      diagnosis and treatment
    5. Document the need for continuing services and the appropriateness of
      diagnostic evaluations and treatment plans.
    6. Include referrals to specialty clinic services as determined to be
      medically necessary.
    7. Specify medications prescribed by the provider
    8. Reflect any pertinent attitudes or behavior on the part of the patient or
      family towards any aspect of care.
    9. Include notation of the need for routine and preventive services such as
      screening tests, periodic laboratory examinations related to chronic
      disease care, and immunizations
  3. Results (including but not limited to labs, radiology results, consult notes, outside
    records) received by the provider should be attended to within 7 days, with
    acutely abnormal results attended to more urgently.
  4. On‐Call notes should be entered into the patient’s chart within 3 days.
  5. Use, protects, and discloses EPFMC patients’ protected health information (PHI)
    only in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    (HIPAA) standards.


Physician‐patient Communication

  1. The patient shall be informed by the PCP as to the general nature of his/her
    medical problem, the general prognosis and the nature and purpose of the
    treatment and procedures that are contemplated.  Appropriate instructions in
    self‐care shall be given by the PCP and/or the nursing staff to the patient and
    documented in the patient’s medical records.
  2. Physician interactions with patients and families are to be courteous and
    professional at all times.

Compliance with Productivity and Documentation Standards

  1. Ensure productivity standards are met. Goal is for 19‐20 plus patients to be seen
    in an average 8‐hour day.
  2. Complete all documentation, coding and data collection meet schedule and
    accuracy requirements for UDS data collection purposes.


While in clinic, physician is expected to provide supervision and consultation to
mid‐level providers, interns, students, and healthcare providers in training as needed.

Participate in EPFMC’s “Peer Review” program and provide an objective assessment of peers



The incumbent in this position may operate any/all of the following equipment:

  • Telephone, cell phone, fax and scanner
  • Computer, printer and related equipment
  •  Copy machine
  • Audio‐visual equipment
  • Personal automobile
  • Calculator
  • Computer software may include any or all of the following:
    • Microsoft Office
    • Internet Explorer, or comparable programs
    • Adobe Reader
    • EMR

Postion Requirements

These specifications are general guidelines based on the minimum experience normally
considered essential to the satisfactory performance of this job.  Individual abilities may result in
some deviation from these guidelines. To perform effectively in this position, the incumbent
must have:

  1. Must have a current license to practice medicine in the State of North Carolina.
  2. Board Certified/Board Eligible in Primary Care.
  3. Must have a current DEA License.
  4. Proficient in English
  5. Must possess a current BLS Certification.
  6. Must be able to work in interdisciplinary team setting.
  7. Effective communication and interpersonal skills with patients and families.
  8. Experience in working with Electronic Medical Records, preferred.
  9. Timely completion of continuing education necessary to meet state licensure.
  10. MOST important PASSION for what you do!

Why you should work for our company?

  1. Great work environment
  2. Quick advancement
  3. Schedule flexibility and fair pay

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