Chief Medical Officer

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Peninsula Community Health Services

This position exists to strengthen the relationship between the clinical staff and administrative staff. The CMO is the administrative leader responsible for clinical quality and oversight within PCHS. The CMO works with all clinical staff and administrative leadership to ensure high quality care and services are provided within all clinical departments. The CMO works to promote clinical staff participation in the overall goals and mission of the organization.


  • Oversight of all clinical providers (medical, dental, behavioral health) licensed and non-licensed
  • Planning and organizing clinical departments to meet PCHS strategic and quality goals
  • Oversight of providers to meet compliance, financial, and clinical quality goals and expectations (chart completion, risk management, peer review, productivity, patient/client satisfaction, clinical outcomes)
  • Oversight of clinical elements of accreditation activities
  • Oversight and administration of any and all clinical student rotations, residencies, and partnerships
  • Maintain PCHS standards of customer services
  • Maintain strong relationships with area clinical partners (hospital, Veterans Administration, area providers) along with CEO
  • Expected to work as a provider, carrying a small caseload


Successful completion of an approved Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathy program. Board Certified in area of chosen specialty, or a minimum of seven years of family practice. License: Maintain an active physician license with the State of Alaska. Maintain board certification including continuing education requirements.

Experience: Minimum of three years experience in a clinic setting. Vaccines: Must show proof of Covid vaccine due to Federal Mandate unless legally exempt.

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