Euphora Health Direct Primary Care
About Euphora Health
Seeking a physician with a PASSION for helping others and changing the healthcare system.
Euphora Health is transforming health care. Our practice model, direct primary care, allows you to untangle from insurance-based healthcare and get back to doing what is most important – taking care of your patients. Direct primary care changes everything – the office, customer service, and technology that supports our patients and employees.
With a typical patient panel of 600-700 patients with 10-12 office visits per day, patients receive the time and attention they deserve, and doctors have an adequate amount of time to be excellent at their job. We use advanced technology to ensure that our team has the time to care for our patients. Team members enjoy a high level of career satisfaction and work life balance.
Euphora Health is growing in Austin and has designs to grow regionally in order to create a more user-friendly health care system that provides better outcomes.
The Physician is expected to be able to provide care consistent with their licensure and/or certification.
The Physician diagnoses and treats both acute and chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease and other chronic medical conditions. The Physician will also treat acute conditions such as minor injuries and other acute medical conditions such as infections or exacerbations of chronic diseases.
Orders and interprets diagnostic lab work, x-rays, EKG.
Prescribes medications and other modalities of treatment as needed to treat those conditions that are commonly seen in primary care.
Counsels patients on various disease conditions they may be treating to ensure that the patient is educated to their disease process, treatment, and expected outcomes.
Works as an integral part of a comprehensive and collaborative team in order to provide quality evidenced-based care to our patients.
Performs procedures including but not limited to: laceration repairs, I&Ds, biopsies, lesion destruction with liquid nitrogen and IUD insertions/removals (we can teach you if you don’t currently know how to perform these procedures).
Performs all other related duties as assigned.
$180,000 – $230,000 (at full panel)
3+ years experience in a Primary Care environment
Valid and Unencumbered license from the Texas State Medical Board
Valid DEA license
Passion for advocating for patients
Passion for changing the healthcare system
Flexibility and comfort with a young organization that is transitioning to structured growth
Bilingual (English/Spanish) proficiency
Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
Experience navigating the healthcare system (medical services, insurance, social services)
Energetic, self-starter with ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision
Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills
On average, 10-12 office visits per day plus texts and phone calls with patients
New patient visits are scheduled for one hour and follow ups 15-30 minutes
PTO accrual beginning day 1
Excellent work/life balance
You are in charge of your schedule
Low patient census
You have the time to listen and form a relationship with your patients
Freedom to care for patients free of insurance requirements
Document based on medical requirement, not what the insurance company requires
Have the time to treat patients with care and compassion
Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
We offer an after hours option for our patients with urgent health issues. You may be required to address an issue over the phone or by text on occasion after clinic hours including on the weekends.