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Family Medicine or Internal Medicine

Provides comprehensive medical services, regardless of age or sex within scope of training. Services include preventative care, immunizations, primary care and treatment, health education, prescribing of medications, ordering and interpreting lab testing, physical examinations, health maintenance screenings, vision/hearing, women’s health, family planning, and nutrition education. Occasional evening and Saturday shifts. Outpatient only. No hospital call or rounds. May be asked to supervise and collaborate with APCs. May be asked to provide training to resident physicians or physician extender students. Interest in treating and working with persons living with HIV and underserved populations in a Ryan White funded clinic.

  • Medical Degree (MD, DO)
  • Family Practice or Internal Medicine Residency training
  • Within scope of training
  • Familiar with Electronic Health Records (EHR), basic computer skills expected
Licensure/Certification: as appropriate
  • MI Medical License, DEA Certificate
  • BLS certified
  • Board certified or Board eligible within three years of residency training
  • Interest in becoming HIV certified with AAHIVM within 3 years of hire date
  • Employees are responsible for maintaining individual certifications as required by job function or by law and provide verification and recertification when requested by management.

If interested, please send letter of interest along with resume/curriculum vitae by fax or email
to: Dr. Leyda Su Ham
Sunshine Family Care Clinic
G3169 Beecher Road, Suite 100
Flint, MI 48532
Fax: 810-213-0218

Medical Case Manager

The Case Manager (CM) provides case management services in either the community and/or in-office setting to patients and their families. The CM assists the patient and care team in planning, connecting, outreaching, advocating, coordinating, and monitoring the patient’s needs and progress. The CM serves as a patient advocate and liaison between the patient/family, medical provider(s), and community organizations by identifying community resources to improve or enhance the patient's quality of life. The position will effectively collaborate with community organizations. The position creates connections between vulnerable populations, the health care system, and community resources. The individual will provide patient outreach and resource navigation for individuals served, culturally appropriate health education and information, and give informal counseling and guidance on health behaviors. Experience working with persons living with HIV and underserved populations is a plus.

  • Coordinates patient care with the Care Team, as well as other facilities and staff.
  • Assists in the development, implementation, and revision of individual treatment plans; assures that services provided are specified in the treatment plan and monitors progress toward treatment goals.
  • Works in various settings with culturally diverse individuals and communities with the ability to be culturally sensitive and appropriate.
  • Assists in completing patients' closures.
  • Share knowledge and experience with patients, as appropriate.
  • Advocate for patients and their communities.
  • Facilitate two-way communication between patients and the Care team.
  • Coordination of care with external partners and Medical providers.
  • Outreach and engagement for patients assigned to the site, all patients who miss scheduled sessions or appointments.
  • Ensures family members and other natural supports identified by the patient have releases of information on file and are involved in the patient's ongoing treatment.
  • Participates in case of staffing with other care teams as necessary.
  • Writes reports, business correspondence, or procedures manuals.
  • Assists patients in identifying community resources to assist in their healthcare and encourages patients to attend appointments, support groups, or other services to maintain ongoing optimal health and build outside support.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of relevant federal and state regulations on funding requirements.
  • Attends scheduled meetings and participation in the necessary training
  • Works in the areas of community outreach/marketing, promoting services
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field, Masters a plus
  • 2 years experience, preferably in a health-related area
  • Outreach in a community setting, including experience with public presenting (small groups) Current MI Driver’s License
  • Background Check cleared
  • Good communication skills.
  • Ability to work as a team member.
  • Competent computer keyboard, laptop maneuvering, competent in the Windows platform
  • Basic computer skills and database entry.
  • Good organizational skills.
  • Ability to handle difficult calls and maintain professional conduct.
  • Willingness to be flexible with job responsibilities
  • Passion for and dedication to working with community members
  • Excellent phone mannerisms
  • Ability to effectively engage in conversation, motivate and engage patients to participate in our program, and speak to all types of patients.
  • Flexible daytime hours to stretch to 6 pm M-F and some Saturdays if needed to reach pts after work hours.
  • Will be expected to attend training and continuing education credits.
Job Type: Full-time
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid time off
  • 401(k) after 1 year of employment

If interested, please send letter of interest along with resume/curriculum vitae by fax or email
to: Dr. Leyda Su Ham
Sunshine Family Care Clinic
G3169 Beecher Road, Suite 100
Flint, MI 48532
Fax: 810-213-0218

Sunshine Family Care

G3169 Beecher Road, Suite 100
Flint, MI 48532

810-620-0250 | Fax: 810-620-0255
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm

We provide HIV, STI, gender affirming, and primary health care.