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Job Opening - Acupuncturist (Part-Time)

The UCLA CEWM-Santa Monica is seeking a licensed Acupuncturist to join the clinic team

Job Opening

The UCLA Center for East-West Medicine-Santa Monica is seeking a licensed Acupuncturist to join the clinic team. The clinician will function under the supervision of physicians to engage in patient care and participate in the Center's educational and research activities as appropriate.

Job Qualifications

Current active California Acupuncturist License and demonstrated ability to perform historical, physical and behavioral status assessments of patients using appropriate frame work. Ability to diagnose patients correctly in terms of traditional Chinese medicine. Fluency in spoken and written English to communicate case assessments, describe and interpret patient symptoms and recommended treatments to patients, attending physicians, and clinic staff. Strong interpersonal skills to interact with patients, their family and caregivers with compassion and courtesy. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with personnel in various organizational. Skill in setting priorities, organizing workload by balancing patient care with case documentation, and handing stress in the midst of heavy patient flows. Minimum of two years clinical experience in acupuncture and therapeutic massage techniques. Previous training in western medicine. Ability to effectively learn and adopt the use of an electronic medical record system (EPIC) Retrieving pertinent information, logging patient notes, communicating with patients and health care providers.

For more information and to apply, please click here. All applicants must submit an application through UCLA Health's Career site.

Please be advised that ALL new hires will be required to successfully complete a criminal background investigation and a medical examination, which includes a drug screening, prior to employment at UCLA Health. The receipt of satisfactory responses to reference requests, and the provision of satisfactory proof of an applicant's identity and legal authority to work in the United States are also required. Any misrepresentation, falsification or material omission may result in a candidate's failure to receive an offer, or if already hired, an immediate dismissal from employment.