Frontline National is currently seeking an Internal or Family Medicine Physician for a Medical Evaluation Board position in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Please apply online or contact us directly at 513-528-7823 to learn more about these great opportunities.
Frontline National, LLC, founded in 2004, is a nationally-renowned firm dedicated to identifying and utilizing superior candidates who possess the qualification, energy, and talent to match our high standards and expectations. Frontline National is an SBA certified 8(a), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) firm, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Frontline National is dedicated to providing superior customer service. We have a proven track record and marketplace expertise to successfully employ professionals on a National scale.
Frontline National is also proud to announce its participation in the Department of Defense Military Spouse Employment Partnership. By joining the Military Spouse Employment Partnership, Frontline National is becoming part of an even larger collective effort to support military spouse employment.
Job Duties, including but not limited to:
- Works as a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) Physician in the MEB Outpatient Clinic under the administrative supervision of the Chief, Soldier Readiness with clinical supervision provided by the Deputy Commander for Clinical Services (DCCS) or his/her Delegated Authority. There is no direct supervision, and the individual exercises independent judgment in selection and performance of the full range of patient and consultant services in support of the Medical Examining Board (MEB).
- Exercises responsibility for the process involving fitness for duty, Medical Evaluation Boards and Temporary Retirement List Evaluations for military personnel of all ranks. Incumbent works independently in accordance with methods and practices of the medical profession and established administrative policies as an expert in his/her medical specialty field.
- Coordinates and performs fitness for duty evaluations, Medical Evaluation Boards, Medical Evaluation Board consultation and Temporary Disability Retired List (TDRL) evaluations. Responsible for comprehensive review of medical records, orders and interprets diagnostic tests and x-rays, ancillary tests, and utilizing sound clinical judgment arranges for other medical specialty consultation.
- Dictates comprehensive narrative summaries utilizing consultant contributions and opinions as indicated. Reviews all comprehensive narrative summaries (NARSUMS) and medical board consultations and ensures they are accurate, concise and appropriate for review by the Physical Evaluation Board
- Assesses community and patient population needs, mission requirements, and Service resources to plan, implement, and provide a wide array of outpatient and inpatient services to include consultative support to other hospital clinics, MEDDAC activities, and community agencies. Demonstrates and employs a thorough understanding of medical principles of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.
- Coordinates with other physicians (family practitioners, general psychiatrists, etc.) in evaluating and correlating conflicting medical evidence for the exceptionally difficult and otherwise untreatable cases. Keeps abreast of the latest developments reported in medical literature and is able to apply an authoritative, critical judgment to developments reported.
- Provides routine, complex and emergency intakes and extended evaluations for a variety illness and disorders. Performs medical evaluation pertinent to the assessment and diagnosis of a variety of disorders, and requests appropriate laboratory, EKG, imaging, and psychological evaluations as required. Assesses the deployability of servicemen and women and write physical profiles to delineate appropriate physical limitations
- Provides appropriate referrals to other medical and mental health care providers in and outside of the Medical Treatment Facility.
Education: Completion of the following:
- Graduate with Doctor of Medicine (MD) or a Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) from an approved school of medicine or osteopathy. This degree must have been accredited by the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association American Medical Colleges; Liaison Committee on Medical Education; Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation of the American Osteopathic Association, or an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) at the time the degree was obtained.
Successful completion of an internship and residency program in Family or Internal Medicine which has been approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the Committee on Postdoctoral Training of the American Osteopathic Association. Subsequent to obtaining a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree, a candidate must have had at least 1 year of supervised experience providing direct service in a clinical setting.
- National Background Investigation
- Must be U.S. Citizen
- Must have reliable transportation to and from work site
- Must be able to provide proof of clinical competency within the past two years (work experience, internship, residency, etc.)
License/Certification and Training:
- Current and unrestricted license to practice medicine in any US state or territory
- Current board certification or eligibility for Internal and/or Family Medicine
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS/CPR) in accordance with the American Red Cross or American Heart Association
- 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM (may require compressed schedule (Week 1, four 9 hour shifts and one 8 hour shift, Week 2 four 9 hour shifts and 1 shift off)