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Provide first contact when patients go to visit them with a medical issue. Provide nonsurgical medical care for a wide range of health issues. Evaluating patients through examinations and tests to diagnose their health condition. Refer a patient to a specialist or offer a treatment plan that can include prescribing medication.

Respond to patients’ medical problems by reviewing their history, diagnosing, treating, counseling, and referring them to a specialist as needed.
Orders laboratory tests and interprets the results of those tests.
Maintain complete confidentiality and objectivity at all times.
Collect, record, and store sensitive patient information like exam results, medical history, and reports.
Carry out minor surgeries.
Communicate with community medical professionals and hospitals.

A medical degree (essential).
Residency training for 5 years (essential).
Currently holds a state medical license as well as a federal DEA license (essential).
completed the United States Medical Licensing Examination (essential).
3 years of experience as a primary care physician.
Excellent counseling and listening abilities.
Excellent organizational and time management abilities.
Excellent decision-making and communication abilities.
Work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment.