The Associate Medical Director (AMD), reports to the Director of
Medical Services (DMS), and is responsible for supporting
physicians and, when needed and appropriate, advance practice
professional (APP) providers in their growth and development as
clinicians as well as ensuring their success in providing stellar
medical care to patients and meeting organizational expectations.
The AMD must have effective verbal, written, and interpersonal
communication skills with the ability to comfortably interact with
diverse populations and work collaboratively in a team-oriented
environment. The AMD is a collaborative member of the Medical
Services Leadership Team, which includes the Director of Medical
Services, Director of Nursing, Associate Director of Clinical
Operations, Associate Director of Psychiatry, and APP
This position is 70% direct clinical care and 30% administrative
activities (which could vary based on clinical and administrative
needs at a given time).
Direct Clinical Care Duties 70%
-Provide clinical care to UHS Medical Services patients.
-Collaborate with other UHS providers, including mental health
providers, on student care.
-Maintain timely electronic medical records.
Administrative Duties 30%
-Coach and mentor physician providers within the departments of
Primary Care, Gynecology, and Sexual Health, including developing
new providers by actively participating in new provider
recruitment, orientation processes, and mentoring new
-Conduct quarterly performance and/or growth and development
evaluations for physicians, including, but not limited to, a review
and analysis of data such as patient, staff and peer evaluations,
provider self-evaluations, chart review, timely documentation
-Collaborate closely with supervisors overseeing physicians and
APPs in other Departments to provide cross coverage of supervision,
as appropriate and as needed.
-In collaboration with Medical Services Leadership Team, set and
manage agenda for routine monthly provider meetings, conduct them
and ensure follow-up on key items from the meetings
-Participate in UHS training programs for health professions
students by serving as a clinical preceptor, developing and
delivering educational curricula to health profession learners as
well as UHS medical providers
-Participate in UHS committees and workgroups as requested
-Represent UHS at meetings, organizations or in liaison
relationships within UHS and throughout the UW-Madison campus as
assigned by director
-Participate in the development and delivery of programs to meet
the needs of a college population.
-Participate in activities to improve patient satisfaction.