Family Physician

Patient Makeup

State - KY

Year Founded - 2010

MODEL - FQHC

Number of Locations - 1

AREA - Urban


Overview

Our Health Care Center is a primary care center providing care for kids, adults, elderly and ob/gyn patients. We seek to transform our metropolitan Kentucky community by sharing the love of Christ in word and deed, to facilitate community development and holistic healthcare through the empowerment of the residents in the community.

Mission & Passions

We exist:

  • To care for the whole person, emphasizing physical, spiritual, psychological and social care

  • To care for the community, utilizing community healthcare principles

  • To care for the self-worth of every individual in the community, helping them to recognize they are made in God’s image with gifts and talents to serve their community

  • To care for the transformation of the community by uplifting the leaders of the community, who will embrace their vision and take ownership of their programs

  • To care for a partnership that allows the community and community leaders to walk alongside Christians living outside the community to serve God together to transform the neighborhood in all aspects of community life

  • To show the Love of Christ as we are commanded to do in Matthew 25, “whatever you did for the least of these… you did for me.”

Job Info

Job Title - Family Physician
Job Description· FQHC located in Urban Central Kentucky is seeking a Family Physician  

  •  The family physician will provide services to children and adults at the medical clinic.

  • The family physician will work with other healthcare team members to provide quality patient-centered care in an integrated healthcare setting.  

Job Qualifications Education, Skills, and Experience   

  • Degree in Family Medicine from an accredited medical school.

  • KY State License.

  •  Board certification in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine.

  • Current Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) registration. 

  • Basic Life Support. Attend/complete CME annually as directed by the KY State Board of Licensure.

  • One-three years of experience providing medical care to the under-served population is preferred.