Family Physician

North Texas Area Community Health Center, Inc.


Under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer (CMO), delivers primary care commensurate with training to patients of North Texas Area CHC, Inc. (NTACHC). Delivers care appropriate for an out-patient, primary care community health center with a multicultural, multilingual patient population.


· Perform direct patient care duties.

· Examines, diagnoses and treats patients of all ages.

· Referral of patients that require services beyond the services that are offered at NTACHC

· Referral of NTACHC patients to other NTACHC providers if the patients requires services beyond the referring NTACHC’s provider’s scope of practices

· To care for patients referred by other NTACHC providers for primary care services.

· From time to time, provide in-service training for staff in selected topics as deemed necessary by the CMO.

· Completes medical charts after each visit according to the problem-oriented medical records system. If not feasible, to comply with NTACHC’s policy and procedures regarding chart completion.

· Adhere to NTACH’s policy and procedure regarding management of lab results, diagnostic imaging results and after-hours calls.

· Assists in internal quality control audits.

· Provides quality medical care according to standards established by the providers specialty and by NTACHC’s committee on quality assurance.

· Provide supervision to physician assistant(s) or nurse practitioner(s) assigned to the provider by NTACHC up to the number of mid-level providers allowed by the Texas State Board. The provider’s responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to chart view and co-signing of mid-level provider charts.


  • M.D. or D.O.

· Must be in possession of a valid license to practice in the State of Texas.

· Have a thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of medicine and allied services commensurate with his/her training. Board eligibility in Family Practice or Internal Medicine is required; board certification is desirable.

  • Must be registered and have current DEA, DPS and other such certificates to legally operate as a practitioner in the State of Texas.
  • Must possess current CPR course completion card level C.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish optional.
  • Must have strong listening skills, written skills, oral communication skills, and be able to communicate clearly.
  • Consent to scheduled and random drug screen testing as required by NTACHC.
  • Able to navigate NTACHC’s chosen EMR and other computer programs effectively
  • Maintain Board Certification once obtained
  • Complete all CME training required by the Texas Medical Board
  • Completed all CME training required by the providers specialty Board in order to maintain specialty certification once specialty certification is obtained
  • Remain eligible for FTCA coverage
  • Successfully complete NTACHC’s credentialing process

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