Marin Community Clinics

  • Physician Site Medical Director - Family/Internal Medicine (Bilingual)

    Regular Full-Time
    US-CA-San Rafael
    Medical Provider (MD, NP, PA)
  • Overview

    Reporting to the Chief Medical Officer, the Site Medical Director (SMD) provides supervision and direction to the provider staff at one or more Marin Community Clinics site locations, oversight and guidance to the clinical staff and oversight for all clinical aspects of care provided at the site(s). 


    Under the direction of the CMO, the SMD works closely and collaboratively with the site administrative director to ensure quality, safety, efficiency, patient flow, adherence to policies and procedures, to maintain a high level of patient and provider satisfaction, to communicate and implement organizational initiatives, to plan and promote the fiscal health of the organization and to facilitate internal communication, particularly with the provider staff.


    Proficiency in Spanish required


    • Supervises, evaluates and supports site licensed clinicians through goal setting, coaching, mentoring and performing and participating in peer review and performing annual performance reviews.
    • Leads the site clinicians to ensure that productivity standards  patient and clinician satisfaction goals are met.
    • Provides leadership for quality initiatives and ensures site clinician performance and documentation related to quality, safety and compliance.
    • Leads and/or promotes MCC or site projects that improve access, quality of care or other initiatives or projects as assigned by the CMO.
    • Assists CMO with interviews, hires, and orientation of licensed clinical providers.
    • Provides leadership for collaborative team approaches to developing and enhancing an integrated system of care and maximizes patient flow and efficiency.
    • Assists in the development and implementation of both administrative and clinical policies and procedures related to the delivery of care.
    • Leads provider meetings, QA meetings, MCC Leadership Team meetings and other professional activities as requested by the Chief Medical Officer.
    • Participates in Clinical Leadership Meetings and leads initiatives and provides direction for the team and clinic site when appropriate.
    • Collaborates with the site administrative director and advises in all matters related to clinical performance including providing clinical direction and oversight for clinical staff and procedures, assists with the development of the operating budget and ongoing planning and direction for operating within the budget through the fiscal year, and providing input to the capital budget process for the site.
    • Role models the behaviors that epitomize the organizational values of integrity, respect, diversity, competency and teamwork and that align with MCC’s mission to improve the health of our patients and community by providing high quality, cost-effective, culturally sensitive, patient-centered health care.
    • Completes and manages performance appraisals for Provider staff.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Clinical Duties

    • Provides for the diagnosis, treatment and follow up of MCC patients within the scope of his/her license to practice medicine.
    • Provides back-up for mid-level providers on site, or by phone during the day or after hours.
    • Performs all duties and responsibilities as indicated in the position description for a staff physician with his/her scope and license to practice.


    • Graduate of an accredited medical school.
    • Board Eligible/Board certified preferred.  
    • MD or DO with current California License and DEA certificate.
    • Bilingual (Spanish/English) required.
    • 3 or more years experience providing primary care in a family practice setting preferred.
    • Ability to provide supervision and direction to Provider staff.
    • Excellent Interpersonal skills.
    • Excellent leadership skills and abilities.
    • Ability to lead and manage conflict resolution.
    • Strong mentoring ability and coaching skills.
    • Ability to effectively interface with all functions and at all levels within the organization.
    • Strong problem solving skills and abilities.
    • Ability to set priorities and achieve objectives.
    • Demonstrated clinical skills.
    • Microsoft Computer skills required.
    • NextGen Electronic Health Records Experience a plus.
    • Current BLS certification.
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
    • Sensitive to the needs and situations of a multi-cultural population from a variety of income levels.


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