Family Physician – Kuna, ID


Advanced Family Medicine is seeking a board-certified or board-eligible physician for the position of Primary Care Physician at our Kuna, Idaho, location. The incumbent will demonstrate proficiency in practice, planning, and self-direction in goal setting for managing each patient’s medical needs.

Experience in women’s health care and OB preferred.

Duties: In this position, you will provide comprehensive primary care for men, women, and children of all ages. This includes managing a panel of patients providing preventive health care, primary care evaluation and management of medical conditions, and gender-specific primary care.

AFM provides patient-centered care, delivered by engaged, collaborative providers in an integrated environment that supports learning and continuous improvement. Our patients’ experience and health outcomes are improved with an emphasis on prevention. Technology is leveraged to improve access and continuity of care. We are seeking a new team member interested in working in this environment. We are looking for someone with high energy, a strong work ethic, integrity, kindness, empathy, and a sense of humor, who enjoys collaborating with a team.

Enjoy a competitive salary, three (3) weeks annual accrued paid time off (PTO) for vacation and sick day use, as well as six (6) paid holidays annually. Advanced Family Medicine offers participation in its group health plan and Simple IRA.

Within 20 miles of State Capital; Boise Idaho

Quality of Life: Boise, Idaho, continuously ranks in the top 5 places to live and retire. The average commute is 22 minutes. The schools are good. The streets are safe. Cultural celebrations like the Treefort Music Festival and Idaho Shakespeare Festival bring people together. Outdoor recreation is everywhere – at certain times of the year, you can ski, play golf, and go fishing all in the same day. The total cost of living is 98.4 percent of the national average. With just over 749,000 residents and the second-fastest growing population in the U.S., the Boise Metro is large and growing but thankfully still retains a friendly, small-town feel.

Outdoor Adventure: Idaho offers world-class ski resorts, thousands of miles of pristine trails, lakes, rivers with world-class whitewater, mountain biking, beautiful golf courses, and more. Within a 45-minute drive of downtown Boise, you can raft the Payette; ski at Bogus Basin; climb over 500 sport and traditional routes; mountain bike on hundreds of miles of hiking trails; water ski, jet ski, powerboat, sail, or fish on nearby reservoirs; go fly-fishing; hunting; backpacking; or head out for a quiet run. There is truly something for everyone. And you won’t get stuck in traffic on the way out of town. Wherever your outdoor interest lies, the Treasure Valley’s outdoor playground is the perfect backdrop.

Arts, Culture & Entertainment: The arts are alive and well in Boise, with numerous opportunities for both creators and appreciators to thrive. The Boise Philharmonic, Art In The Park, Shakespeare Festival and Boise Art Museum are just a few of the opportunities to indulge in Idaho’s rich arts and culture scene. Boise is becoming increasingly popular with national touring musicians (being halfway between Salt Lake City and Seattle has its benefits), while musical and artistic training opportunities abound for children.

Education and Safety: There are six school districts in the Boise Metro, educating K-12 students in public and private schools. A handful of our K-12 schools regularly top national rankings for effectively preparing students for college. Beyond education, it’s also knowing your kids can thrive in a safe environment. Boise’s feeling of safety goes beyond the low crime rates for the region. Boise’s residents are made up mostly of people who grew up in smaller towns and are used to being friendly and helpful, and they look out for others.

Educational Opportunities: A high quality education can be achieved at all levels, and students have the opportunity to earn college credits in high school. The local Boise State University is Idaho’s largest public university, offering undergraduate, Masters and Doctoral programs. Full-time programs, night classes and flexible extended studies. There is a private Medical School and two Law schools as well as public, private, and charter school options for children.

Four Season Climate: The summer average sits around 71°F degrees while the winter average is 32°F, which is downright perfect for enjoying pleasant weather throughout the four seasons. Despite having four distinct seasons, Boise is highly livable with minimal rain, warm summers, and little snow in the winters. Snow enthusiasts craving something more extreme will enjoy the ski resort 25 minutes away!

Parks & Environment: In addition to the natural environmental wonders, a number of premium parks and environmental destinations have been carved into the Boise landscape. Boise’s Greenbelt features nearly 28 miles of pathways, while destinations like the Idaho Botanical Garden and M-K Nature Center are the perfect setting to rest, relax and recharge. It is also 20-30 minutes away from National Forest areas and 2 reservoirs are within the same distance for water sports.

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