THE PRIDE OF PARTNERSHIP

When you join Kelsey-Seybold Clinic you become part of an established, physician-led healthcare organization structured as a multispecialty group practice, supported by collegial and collaborative environments. Our doctors are salaried employees who share their skill, knowledge and inspiration through integrated teamwork for the good of our patients.

Unlike other organizations, Kelsey-Seybold physicians have the opportunity for ownership in the Medical Group, as well as in The Kelsey-Seybold Management Company. The ownership path is clear and straight forward. A Kelsey-Seybold Physician is typically eligible for ownership after three years of employment, board certification and demonstrated good citizenship. The result is an extraordinary, broad-based, and diverse physician-led organization.

When you join Kelsey-Seybold, you become part of an established, physician-owned and led multispecialty group practice with a 70-year legacy of caring for patients.

  • 72 physicians hold leadership positions Compensation & Ownership

  • 56% of our physicians are shareholders

  • Average physician tenure is 11 years

  • Physician-led board of managers

  • Physician-driven initiatives

VALUE PROPOSITION

As a Kelsey-Seybold physician, you can expect to provide patient care in a collaborative, independent, and supportive environment. Our physician-owned and -led model gives physicians autonomy in clinical decision making – and the security and flexibility of working in a large group practice where you can focus on delivering quality medical care above all else.

  • Autonomy of clinical decision making

  • Attractive compensation with performance based incentives

  • Physician-owned and led
  • Competitive benefits

  • Reduction in administrative burdens

  • Collaborative and collegial environment

  • Quality of practice support

  • Reasonable productivity expectations

  • Access to a leading EMR platform

  • Fully equipped facilities and state-of-the-art technology

  • Access to CME and professional growth

  • A defined path to partnership

LIFE AT KELSEY

Steffanie Campbell, MD
Associate Chief of Internal Medicine

Zubia Khan, PA-C

ORIENTATION

For Day 1

  • Badges, Outlook Email, Forms
  • Technical Training
  • Coding
  • Utilization Management
  • Clinic Pharmacy
  • Continuing Medical Education
  • CME, KRONOS, TOR and Payroll, Direct Deposit Enrollment CME & TOR (n/a for per-diems)
  • Bloodborne Pathogens and Exposure Control
  • Coding for Medicare Advantage
  • Health Risk Assessment Module
  • Epic Training
For Day 2

  • Epic Training – continued
  • Receive White Coats
  • Contact Center Overview
  • After-Hours Nurse Triage
  • Physician Compensation
  • Cancer Services – The Infusion Center
  • 401K Retirement Plan Overview Benefits (Benefits n/a for per diems)
  • Information Systems Review
  • Commitment to Quality
  • Today’s Email, Tomorrow’s Evidence
  • Incident Reports
  • Open Encounters and Reading Messages & Acknowledgement
  • Pharmaceutical Marketing and Sample Policies at KSC
  • Texas Electronic Registry
  • Clinical Education for New Providers
  • Human Resources for New Providers
  • Risk Management

For Day 3

  • Epic Training – continued
  • Meet Our Leaders
    – Vice President of Operations
    – Associate Medical Director of Hospital Services
    – Medical Director of Clinical Operations
    – Chairman, Board of Managers
  • Photo and Video

Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 safety guidelines.

Do What You Do Best, We Handle the Rest

  • Operate all administrative functions

  • Pay all claims and manage all back-office functions

  • Manage front desk and provide clinical/administrative staff

  • Centralized scheduling

  • 24/7 Contact Center

  • After-hours shared on-call Physician