Primary Care Physician (Phoenix/Papago)


We’re an innovative, rapidly-growing medical group that is changing the way primary care is delivered to seniors. Our state-of-the-art centers are located in communities where there is little to no quality healthcare today. Our Health model of care is entirely driven by proving better primary care to our patients, not by the volume of services we provide. Because we are fully accountable for the health of our patients, we spend more time with them and offer more comprehensive care. Put simply, we provide the care that our patients deserve.

We offer our physicians advantages that are unmatched: 

  • Employed position with above-market compensation that includes base salary and bonus (based upon quality metrics, not RVUs or volume) 270k-280k base + up to 20% of base.  This is based on meeting metrics
  • Outpatient primary care responsibilities only 
  • Full malpractice coverage with tail 
  • Generous benefits, including vacation, health insurance, retirement benefits, and CME 
  • State-of-the-art centers that are newly built and located within the community 
  • Cloud-based electronic health record and technology 
  • Small panel sizes that allow our physicians to focus and build relationships with their patients 
  • A fully supportive care team that enables our doctors to spend time with their patients and provide outstanding care 

Compensation and Benefits: 

  • Salary Range: ($270 – $280)
  • Bonus Structure: 20% bonus on yearly salary
  • Bonus Metrics:

       *Hospital Sick Days
       *Customer Satisfaction
       *Alignment to Values 

Ideal candidates will be: 

  • M.D. or D.O. graduates 
  • Board certified/eligible in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine (required) 
  • In-Office Medical Procedures:
    Suturing: Proficiency in suturing for minor wound closures.
    Joint Injections: Competence in administering joint injections for pain management.
    Skin Biopsies: Capability to perform skin biopsies for diagnostic purposes.
    Wound Care: Ability to manage and provide comprehensive wound care.
    Preventive Screenings: Capability to conduct and interpret preventive screenings relevant to geriatric patients.

  • Fellowship training in Geriatrics welcome, but not required 
  • Have an active, non-probationary state medical license 
  • Be highly collaborative, and enjoy leading care teams with a patient-centric orientation 
  • Confident in his/her ability to deliver high quality primary care, which includes being available to patients and addressing their medical and social needs 
  • Driven to care for those with comorbid conditions, the elderly and/or medically underserved 
  • Passionate about their work and energized by being part of a fast growing organization 



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