The Bureau for Public Health within the WV Department of Health and Human Resources is seeking to fill a Physician Director position. This position is full time and primarily based in Charleston with option for use of regional office. This is an advanced professional medical and regulatory position overseeing the medical aspects of the WV emergency medical services (EMS) system and its performance improvement process. This position is responsible for providing medical oversight, medical performance review and extending privilege to practice to licensed EMS agencies and their personnel under the office of emergency medical services (OEMS) and per the authority of the commissioner of the bureau for public health/state health officer. Other duties as assigned.
Hiring Process: Apply online. If you prefer to use a paper application or resume, you may send it to our office or by Fax at (304) 957-0396. Call (304) 558-3950 ext. 0 if you have questions about application options. Your eligible score will be based on information provided in your application or resume.
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Training: Graduation from an approved school of medicine or osteopathy as evidenced by a temporary or permanent license to practice in the State of West Virginia.
Experience: Two years of experience in the practice of medicine or osteopathy which can include experience in a post-graduate training program.
Substitution: A Master's degree in public health, health administration, hospital administration, public or business administration may substitute for the required experience.
NOTE: You may attach your training records or license to the online application; however, verification is not required at time of application. Your application or resume should contain sufficient information to evaluate your job related medical training and experience.
State of West Virginia - 17 months ago