AHSG LLC currently seeks a Board Certified Pediatrician with three years post-residency experience to work as a civilian contractor in Atsugi, Japan. Atsugi is 1 1/2 hours from Tokyo.
The period of performance for this civilian contract postion is 13 September 2012 through 12 September 2013.
Medical Home Port, Atsugi Branch Clinic, Japan.
Possess and maintain a board certification by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Possess experience as a Pediatrician of at least 3 years, post residency, within the preceding 5 years.
Regular Duty. The HCW shall be on duty in the assigned clinical area for 40 hours each week between the hours of 0700 and 1600. The HCW shall normally provide services for a 9 hour period (to include an uncompensated 1 hour for lunch depending on shift length), Monday through Friday. The HCW shall also work 0800 – 1200 on Saturday. In no instance will the HCW be required to provide services (on-site service plus approved leave and holidays) in excess of 160 hours each per 4-week period. At the mutual agreement of the contractor and the Government, alternative schedules may be implemented such as a compressed work schedule.
The HCW’s services shall not be required on federally observed holidays.
The HCW will accrue 8 hours of personal leave (annual plus sick) for 80 hours worked. The HCW shall be subject to leave approval in accordance with Section C of the basic contract.
Assess, diagnose and treat infectious disease, allergies, metabolic, neurological, endocrine, cardiac, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, hematological, renal and musculoskeletal and emotional disorders.
Provide age appropriate patient/parent education on diseases, conditions, procedures, medications, prevention and wellness.
Perform well child examinations, sports physicals, casting/splinting, suturing, excisional skin biopsies, removal of foreign bodies from body orifices, and treat burns and trauma.
Order and interpret diagnostic and testing procedures to include laboratory and radiological examinations.
Provide clinical advice and consultation to colleagues, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and medical support staff.