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Type: Career Opportunities
Employer/Practice: Cherry Blossom Healing Arts
Address: 2639 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite C-101, Washington, DC 20008
Phone number: (202) 681-1588
Email Address: email@example.com
Web Address: http://www.cherryblossomhealingarts.com
Job/practice locationWashington, DC
About the EmployerCherry Blossom Healing Arts is an acupuncture and Chinese herb clinic in Woodley Park, Washington DC. Strong growth in the practice has opened an opportunity for an acupuncturist to join the team, starting around 4 September 2017.
Job DescriptionJob Benefits: $45k salary, with practice performance bonuses of up to an additional $10K (based on the overall performance of the practice) 4 weeks of PTO Coverage of your malpractice insurance, uniform allowance, DC licensure, CEU funds, and a percentage contribution to a retirement account 4 day work week (Sunday-Wednesday, ~37 hours) Responsibilities: Treatment of patients using all modalities in oriental medicine (acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha, granular Chinese herbs, nutrition, and so on) Maintain excellent patient relationships Maintain complete, accurate chart notes Assist in administrative work, including insurance processing, marketing, and other operational needs
QualificationsRequirements: By the start date, have a Dipl. OM. from the NCCAOM and be competent in prescribing granular Chinese herbs By the start date, have an active license for acupuncture in the District of Columbia By the start date, have a MSOM degree or equivalent from an accredited school By the start date, have begun the process of credentialing for CareFirst BlueCross, Aetna, and Cigna (we will assist in this process) Be able to be on your feet for lengthy periods of time Be competent or able to learn how to use EHR and other online software pertinent to the practice
Short DescriptionSeeking a Full-Time, Salaried Acupuncturist
How to contactplease submit a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will confirm receipt of your application.
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