Current Job Opportunities for Physicians

 

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is recruiting for the following positions for physicians. If you are interested in being considered for any other current and future physician job opportunities visit the How to Apply page.
Physician Specialist – Associate Medical Director Physician Specialist – Associate Medical Director
This position serves as an Associate Medical Director in the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Division of HIV and STD Programs as part of a team of highly skilled and energetic clinicians, public health nurses, researchers, epidemiologists, and administrators whose work informs and guides Los Angeles County’s progressive response to HIV and STD. In collaboration with the Medical Director, the Associate Medical Director leads the implementation of county-wide HIV and STD prevention and care initiatives and is responsible for a broad range of clinical quality assurance and quality improvement activities. The Associate Medical Director serves as an HIV and STD clinical expert and represents the Division, Department, and County before local, state and national HIV/STD partners and stakeholders. View the flyer for more information.
Clinic Physician, Community Health Services Clinic Physician, Community Health Services (part-time, per session)
This position serves as a clinic physician in the tuberculosis and sexually transmitted disease clinics across various Service Planning Areas in the Community Health Services Division. The clinics are composed of teams of highly skilled and energetic clinicians, public health investigators, and administrators whose work informs and guides the County's progressive response to communicable and non-communicable diseases. The Clinic Physician provides medical care on a part-time, per clinic session basis and reports to the Area Medical Director (AMD). View the flyer for more information.
Employment - Director of Health Assessment and Epidemiology Chief Physician I - Area Medical Director
This position serves as the Area Medical Director in the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Community Health Services (CHS) Service Planning Areas 7 & 8. Service Planning Areas (SPA) 7 & 8 are composed of teams of highly skilled and energetic clinicians, public health investigators, and administrators whose work informs and guides Los Angeles County’s (LAC) progressive response to communicable and non-communicable diseases. This position serves as medical advisor to the Area Health Officer on all matters relating to clinical medicine and is a member of the SPA Leadership Team. Under the direction of the Area Health Officer (AHO), the Area Medical Director (AMD) plans, manages and evaluates medical programs aimed to deliver prompt and effective services to SPA residents while ensuring compliance with the highest medical and public health standards. View the flyer for more information and instructions on how to apply.
Deputy Director, Department of Public Health Deputy Director, Department of Public Health / Chief Physician III
The position of Deputy Director, Public Health will direct the Health Promotion bureau within the department. This bureau contains several public health programs, including children’s medical services, chronic disease and injury prevention, maternal, child and adolescent health, office of women’s health, and substance abuse prevention and control. View the flyer for more information.
Employment - Physician Specialist - Chief of HIV Surveillance Physician Specialist - Chief of HIV Surveillance
This position serves as the Chief of HIV Surveillance Section in the Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Division of HIV and STD Programs (DHSP). The HIV Surveillance Section is composed of a team of highly skilled and energetic clinicians, researchers, epidemiologists, and administrators whose work informs and guides Los Angeles County’s (LAC) progressive response to HIV. This position serves as liaison to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) HIV Surveillance Branch and will be expected to represent the Department on all aspects of HIV surveillance. The Chief will serve as a local expert on laboratory and provider reporting, evolving laboratory technologies, and the timely use of surveillance data to enhance HIV case management efforts. The Chief of HIV Surveillance will also actively participate in the Department’s efforts to develop and implement an integrated disease surveillance platform to monitor reportable diseases including HIV, gonorrhea, and syphilis. The Chief of HIV Surveillance will also function as a member of the Division of HIV and STD Programs Executive Team. View the flyer for more information and instructions on how to apply.

For general questions and help navigating the hiring process contact the Division of Medical and Dental Affairs at medicalaffairs@ph.lacounty.gov or 213-989-7236.

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