Previous Job
MD/DO - Occupational Medicine
Ref No.: 15-00616
Category: Physicians
Location: Ogden, Utah
Start Date: 12/22/2014
MD/DO - Occupational Medicine
The world is taking notice - maybe you should as well?

The Community - Ogden, UT
Welcome to Ogden, the town that Rock and Ice Magazine listed in its Top 10 Climbing Towns (Sept 2008); the place where Men's Journal (March 2007) said you can "Do it All, Whatever the Season ". Outside Magazine (Aug 2008) called Ogden "unpretentious and adrenalized ", when it listed Ogden in the top three towns of Where to Live Now: The 20 Best Towns in America, and the New York Times (Feb 14, 2009) stated, "Ogden, Utah, is on several lists today including the best place to do business, the best economy, and the hippest city in America. "

Here's what others are saying,
  • "A playground for adrenaline junkies... " Wall Street Journal, May 2006
  • "A stable economy and high ethics from its work force... " The Economist, June 2008
  • "The best new place to be... " National Geographic, January 2008
This is your next home. Our skyscrapers are Ben Lomond Peak, Mount Ogden, and Strawberry Peak. You might not see a lot of celebrities here, but you'll see plenty of stars. You'll find good eats, a place to sleep, and a huge playground. Whether you're enjoying the serenity of our mountains or the eclectic vibe of downtown and the notoriously charming Historic 25th Street, we hope you feel welcome in our home.
  • Eleven national parks are less than a day's drive from Ogden.
  • Three major ski resorts are within 25 minutes of Ogden. Six more are within an hour's drive along with three cross-country ski areas and the nation's only recreational ski jumping complex.
  • Ogden is adjacent to 170,000 acres of National Forest. You'll find over 210 miles of US Forest Service maintained mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian trails and 20 or more federally maintained campgrounds.
  • Within the area, there are over 13,000 acres of fresh water for both motorized and non-motorized water sports and recreation.
Hill Air Force Base
Hill Air Force Base is a major U.S. Air Force base located in northern Utah, just south of the city of Ogden. It is about 30 miles north of Salt Lake City. The base was named in honor of Major Ployer Peter Hill of the U.S. Army Air Corps, who died test-flying a prototype of the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber. In this decade Hill AFB is still the sixth-largest employer in the state of Utah, and the third-largest one excluding the State Government and Higher Education employers. Hill AFB is the home of the Air Force Materiel Command's Ogden Air Logistics Complex which is the worldwide manager for a wide range of aircraft, engines, missiles, software, avionics, and accessories components.

Requirements (duties include but are not limited to)
  • Advanced knowledge of occupational health principles, theories, concepts, and clinical practices in order to serve as a technical authority, provide expert advice and direction, and assist in the development of various health programs.
  • Advanced knowledge of health hazards in the workplace and their preventive measures sufficient to establish evaluation methodologies, provide consultative services, and to develop and model programs suitable for specialized and clinical problems.
  • Advance knowledge of regulatory guidelines such as OSHA Act of 1970 and FECA in order to ensure content of job-related medical surveillance of workers exposed to regulate hazards as required by law.
  • Advanced knowledge of diseases and immunizations sufficient to counsel information/findings for employees.
  • Advance knowledge of the 75 ABW, OO-ALC, 309 MXW, and 388 FW's mission, functions, and objectives sufficient to consult with supervisors and other medical personnel in the establishment of medical regimes, perform direct care, provided health education and counseling, plan and direct occupational health programs.
  • Knowledge of CHCS, AHLTA, and other AFOHIS systems sufficient to enter and retrieve occupational health data; review and analyze health care statistics; and depict trends and tendencies.
  • MD or DO Degree (from an approved school)
  • Masters Degree in Public Health
  • Residency in Occupational Medicine
  • Certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in Occupational Medicine
  • Licensure in any US Jurisdiction as a Physician
  • State Controlled Substance Registration, if applicable
  • Federal DEA registration
  • National Provider Identifier (NPI) Registration
  • Basic Life Support Certification (BLS) and Advance Cardiac Life Support Certification (ACLS)
  • Minimum 12 months experience POST-Residency within the last 36 months
KurzSolutions is committed to improving health outcomes by providing well-managed companies with the top healthcare talent in the market.