Sentara Healthcare celebrates a 130-year history of innovation, compassion and community benefit. Based in Norfolk, VA, Sentara is a diverse not-for-profit family of 12 hospitals, an array of integrated services and a team of nearly 30,000 strong on a mission to improve health every day. This mandate is pursued through a disciplined strategy to achieve Top 10% performance in key measures through shared best practices, transformation of primary care through clinical integration and strategic growth that adds value to the communities we serve in Virginia and North Carolina.

Jul 31, 2022
Nurse Practitioner Physician Assistant
Sentara Healthcare Remote
Sentara Medical Group has a full-time position for a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant with 2-3 years’ experience as a licensed provider. A background in Telehealth, or acute care, family medicine, or urgent care is required. Must physically reside in State of Virginia or North Carolina. Hours are 7a-7p on Saturday and Sunday. Requirements for this position include Virginia-licensed Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner, and a current, unrestricted DEA license. Candidates must have the ability to provide quality, comprehensive, continuity of medical care in a compassionate manner with minimum supervision. The Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) is responsible for the provision of health care services to individuals, families, and/or groups who receive their care under the auspices of Sentara Medical Group (SMG). The APC is expected to participate in quality assurance and improvement activities, engage in member of the team activities, and use resources (human...
Jun 16, 2022
Physician
Sentara Healthcare Remote
The Medical Director is responsible for providing clinical leadership within Sentara Health Plans, aligned to one or more plans. Accountable for monitoring utilization, case management and quality outcomes. The Medical Director collaborates with the Sentara Health Plans Chief Medical Director, Senior Medical Director(s) and Clinical Care Services (CCS) teams to establish, implement, and evaluate effectiveness of clinical programs to support members and meet the department goals. Medical Director activities further include support of the CCS nurses, Government services nurses, Pharmacy staff, Population Health and Quality Improvement Teams. Lastly, Medical Directors interact externally with network physicians, vended program clinical leaders, and government program leaders as required to improve the quality of clinical outcomes, cost efficiency and patient/member experience with the Health Plan and Health Systems with which we contract. Physical Location Optima...