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Podiatrist

Job Description

You focus on providing the quality care and we focus on the rest!  

The SeniorWell mission is to empower seniors to live a long, active and healthy life by providing exceptional quality healthcare.  

SeniorWell is a leading provider of on-site healthcare in podiatry, dentistry, optometry and audiology for seniors in senior living communities. We are passionate about making healthcare more accessible and manageable for our patients, as their well-being is always our priority.   

Why Providers Choose SeniorWell:   

  • The upside of our revenue sharing compensation model, but with the stability of a per patient minimum
  • Flexible work schedules - supplement your current practice schedule or join us full time!    
  • SeniorWell connects you with your patients to prioritize your focus on patient care
  • State of the art equipment and supplies all provided at NO COST TO YOU 
  • Complete administrative support - scheduling, customer service, clinical and technical departments at your disposal

Responsibilities   

  • Examine, diagnose and treat abnormalities and infections related to the lower leg and foot  
  • Treat foot and leg problems associated with diabetes and other diseases  
  • Advise patients on foot care and general wellness practices  
  • Utilize diabetic shoes to prevent wounds and immobility  
  • Performing all services and duties in a manner consistent with company policies, procedures, processes, and quality standards  
  • Maintaining clinical records and charts as specified by the company Be a part of the nursing facility healthcare team to provide the best outcome for the patient   

Requirements    

  • DPM degree from an accredited podiatry school   
  • Active state license in good standing  
  • US citizenship or Green Card required   
  • Experience with electronic health records - or a willingness to learn   
  • Positive attitude and compassion for the geriatric community  
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel

  



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