KAREN C. RAINEY, J.D., C.M.P.E.
Executive Administrator


1701 Sunset Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77005

(713) 526-5511



 

EMPLOYMENT

Nestled beneath live oaks on Sunset Blvd., between the Museum District, Rice University and the picturesque community of West University, is the well respected Medical Clinic of Houston; a private physician group serving Houstonians since 1968.

Application:

The Clinic accepts applications only when hiring for an available position. Employment interviews will be pre-arranged by phone. The following requirements must be met for all applicants, in addition to having professional skills and job-specific qualifications.

Applicant Requirements:

  • An application must be completed;
  • Applicants must be at least sixteen (16) years of age;
  • Applicant must sign an authorization to release information in order for the Clinic to obtain adequate and appropriate information for reference checks;
  • Applicant must not be excluded by government or other regulatory agency from working in the medical field or from working with an employer who contracts with the government;
  • Applicant must sign an authorization form that permits MCH or its agent to conduct a background search; and
  • Applicant may be required to complete a Profile Assessment(s) at MCH discretion.
  • Applicant must be a Non-smoker.

Following an Offer of Employment:

  • Applicant must be found (through physical examination by a MCH physician) to be capable of meeting the physical requirements of the job;
  • Applicant must pass a drug/alcohol screening test; and
  • Applicant must have a clean, acceptable background check.

Code of Conduct

At Medical Clinic of Houston, L.L.P. we are committed to providing high quality health care and services to our patients in compliance with all applicable laws, government regulations, third-party payor requirements, and our own policies and procedures. We also want to follow our mission, guiding principles, and workplace principles. In furtherance of this, while operating in a complex and highly regulated environment, we have implemented a compliance program. This program emphasizes our belief that compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies is a critical aspect of quality health care and services.

A key element of the MCH Compliance Program is the Code of Conduct that is rooted in the importance that we place on:

  • conducting all activities with integrity;
  • hiring, and retaining the most qualified health care professionals;
  • creating an environment that affirms the value of our employees and patients; and
  • providing quality health care and services to our patients.

The Code affirms the values and professional standards that already exist with everyone associated with MCH. Our success requires the active participation of every individual associated with our practice.

Clinic Philosophy

In order to provide superior patient care, three concepts must be at work. The first is teamwork. Not only do the doctors work in "cooperative association" to serve the patient, but the entire Clinic works as a team toward the same goal. High quality patient care is not possible without a combination of personnel working together.

The second concept is the Clinic's commitment to treat the "whole patient.” We not only provide primary care, sub-specialty care, and extensive testing facilities, but we also try to see the patient as a special and unique human being. We aim to provide superior service in an atmosphere of complete confidentiality.

The third concept is the quality of care provided by the Clinic. When each individual is concerned with doing the best possible job, we make the difference between merely "treating" patients and maintaining our reputation as an outstanding medical facility. With this goal in mind, mediocrity, and indifference cannot be tolerated. The patient deserves our best.

Interesting Facts:

  • Medical Clinic of Houston began its operations in April, 1968 and was one of the first practices in Houston to offer multiple services under one roof.
  • In 1979, a Medical Clinic of Houston physician (Dr. Leatherman) performed the first angioplasty in Houston.
  • Medical Clinic of Houston had some of the first board certified internal medicine physicians in Houston.
  • Dr. Ory (now deceased) was one of the first professionally trained infectious disease physicians in Houston.
  • Medical Clinic of Houston has always offered physicians the opportunity to teach while practicing.
  • Currently, MCH physicians are represented on the teaching staff of Baylor College of Medicine, UT Health Science Center, and Weill Cornell Medical College.
  • In 1989, MCH had the first accredited mammogram services in Houston.
 
 

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