Staff members from Prism health North Texas Oak Cliff Health Center Clinic

Physician JobDallas, TX

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Our Core Values

The culture at Prism Health North Texas is built on our shared Core Values.  We make hiring, firing, promotion and performance review decisions based on these values and behaviors, so it is important that you also share these Core Values:

  • We are solution seekers.  The organization’s founders found solutions even during the AIDS crisis of the 80’s; we remain proactive, thrive on change, and always willing to take the lead.
  • We have a can-do attitude. We are flexible, agile, and never say, “It’s not my job.” We always seek growth, and we are never late but always willing to stay late to see the last patient.
  • We are mission driven. We are committed to health equity; recognize all contributions are meaningful and valued. It is never about the me or I, but about the we.
  • We care about people.  We celebrate diversity, equity, and inclusion; we are kind and practice acts of kindness, all in service to our patients and each other.  

The physician provides quality, evidence-based Primary and HIV/AIDS health care. The physician performs screening, physical exams, specific history, assessments, diagnosis, and medication management. Uses written protocols efficiently, identifies quality of care issues, and initiates problem solving and innovation. Records health history, findings, treatments, and recommendations accurately, clearly, and consistently.


  • Provides quality, evidence-based healthcare including screening, physical exams, specific histories, assessments, and diagnoses. Uses written protocols efficiently, identities quality of care issues, and initiates problem solving and innovation. Records health history, findings, treatments, and recommendations accurately, clearly, and consistently.
  • Evaluates patients for medical and behavioral health needs; obtaining history, performing physical exam, formulating diagnosis and treatment plan.  Refers patients for specialty services as appropriate.
  • Provides counseling, guidance, and preventive education to meet patients’ needs, with a goal of establishing long-term relationships with patients/families as a primary care physician and/or HIV/AIDS/STI specialist.
  • Adheres to safe medication monitoring practices per state statutes and professional practice guidelines.
  • Reviews lab results, imaging, and other medical studies timely; assesses abnormal results and follows up with patients appropriately.
  • Maintains thorough and complete medical record documentation within organization’s prescribed timelines.
  • Participates in organizational Quality, infection control, technology, protocol development, operational, and other initiatives.
  • Pursues continuing and professional educational resources; maintains current expertise in fields of practice.
  • Maintains a positive working relationship with management, vendors, other providers and organizations, employees, patients, and patients’ families to ensure patient centered/patient valued health care services.  Supports and upholds the goals, objectives, standards, and mission of Prism Health North Texas.
  • Provides input into the selection, training, motivation, supervision, and evaluation of clinical staff to ensure maximum utilization of individual and group capabilities, while providing optimal service to internal and external customers.
  • Stays abreast of the latest developments, advancements, and trends in Primary care and HIV/AIDS medicine by attending seminars/workshops, reading professional journals, actively participating in professional organizations, and maintaining licensure and certifications. Integrates knowledge gained into current work practices.
  • Displays collaborative practice and acts as a consultant for mid-level practitioners and nurses for clinical management. Provides mid-level provider supervision as assigned.
  • Modifies approach, communication, and interaction to provide culturally and linguistically competent services and accommodate the specific needs of each patient.
  • Maintains knowledge of applicable rules, regulations, policies, laws, and guidelines that impact Primary Care and HIV/AIDS medicine. Abides by internal controls and program requirements. Seeks advice and guidance as necessary to ensure proper understanding.
  • Participates in research and special projects when applicable.
  • May provide input for annual budgets that ensure clinical operations have the necessary funds to carry out the goals and objectives that have been established for Primary Care and HIV/AIDS care and the center.
  • Attends regular staff meetings and serves on various committees as assigned. Participates in clinical research and/or special projects as assigned.
  • Completes necessary paperwork for credentialing; billing; private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid eligibility; etc. as instructed by the Medical Director in a timely manner.

Skills & Qualifications

  • MD, DO, or MBBS and completion of appropriate ACGME-accredited residency required
  • Current, active Texas Medical License in good standing required upon date of hire required
  • Board Certified or Board Eligible (BC/BE) in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease and/or related field required.
  • May not be sanctioned, excluded nor disbarred from any State or Federal health plan; may not be opted out of Medicare participation
  • Current DEA and DPS registration
  • AAHIV (HIV Specialist) Certification, or ability to achieve same, preferred.
  • Candidates without formal Infectious Disease training should have sufficient interest and professional/continuing education to assure the highest standards of HIV/AIDS and STI care in a primary care practice.
  • A high level of initiative, along with the ability to work within a system and at multiple clinic locations.

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