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Open Door Health Services - Family Medicine/Internal Medicine/Med-Peds
Open Door Health Services, a partner of IU Health Ball Memorial Physicians, has employment opportunities for Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physicians to join their group in the college town of Muncie, Indiana.
Employment Opportunity Details:
- Full-time and part-time opportunities
- 100% outpatient work
- Flexible work hours, no weekends
- Community health center practice
- Strong compensation model with production incentives
Muncie, Indiana offers a vast variety of entertainment, dining, culture and family-friendly recreation. One visit to Muncie, rich with history, recreation and festivals, will win you over!
- Home of Ball State University
- Museum of Art, Planetarium and Muncie Symphony Orchestra
- Wineries, unique shopping and local cuisine
- Prairie Creek Reservoir offers boating, fishing and camping
- Family friendly outdoor music and food festivals along with sports and recreation
- Named Community of the Year and America's Hometown
- Quick drive to Indianapolis, Chicago and Cincinnati
Open Door Health Services is a not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center that acts as the safety net for the uninsured and underinsured of East Central Indiana.
As a community health center, Open Door Health Services helps save the national health care system between $9.9 and $17.6 billion each year just by providing preventive care and cutting down on unnecessary emergency room visits.
The mission of Open Door Health Services is to improve the quality of life of our patients by providing affordable health care services.
The vision of Open Door Health Services is to be involved in communities where individuals experience optimal health:
We believe this can be accomplished through:
- Direct delivery of quality care in geographic locations where it is most needed
- Availability of affordable healthcare options including preventive care
- Availability of a full spectrum of healthcare services
- Meaningful collaborations with organizations who can help reach this goal
The values statement for Open Door Health Services is as follows:
Open Door Health Services is committed to achieving the highest attainable level of physical, behavioral and social well-being for all of our patients and employees through the demonstration of the following core values:
Open Door Health Services has been in the Muncie community since 1974, although we have been known by several different names, including Open Door Health Clinic and Open Door/BMH Health Center.
When the clinic first opened, it was staffed by one nurse and physicians from the residency program at Ball Memorial Hospital. Over the past three decades, Open Door has grown by leaps and bounds. In the last ten years, the growth has become even more pronounced. In 2000, Open Door served 6,272 individuals. In 2010, 17,497 received care at one of eight Open Door locations throughout East Central Indiana. That is a growth of 287% in just ten years.
Unfortunately, though, we are still not providing care to every uninsured or underinsured person in East Central Indiana. In fact, there are approximately 43,690 people who are uninsured or underinsured and eligible for our services living in East Central Indiana without access to affordable health care.
Healthcare System/Hospital Description
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is a 350-bed hospital and is designated as a level 3 trauma center. It is both a teaching hospital and a regional tertiary referral center. IU Health Ball Memorial is the largest non-government employer in East Central Indiana, employing nearly 3,000 people. This not-for-profit organization boasts of a clinical staff of more than 400 physicians, representing more than 45 medical specialties.
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital provides top-quality care and has been awarded with more than 35 top national and international awards to prove its efforts. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is the first Indiana hospital to receive NIAHO accreditation for compliance with Medicare rules, the first Indiana hospital to earn the American Heart Association Award for stroke care, and the first Indiana hospital to be awarded with ISO 9001:2000 Certification. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is also the third Indiana hospital to obtain “Baby-Friendly” designation from Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) for its commitment to infant health.
The hospital campus is home to The Edmund F. Ball Medical Education Center and includes the largest physician-teaching program in Indiana outside of Indianapolis, with three residency programs. The hospital is affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine and serves as an educational site for the first two years of medical school. The clinics provide low cost medical care for 25,000 patient visits each year.
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.