Physician (MD/DO) with Functional Medicine Background – Westbury, NY

Integrative Medicine of New York, (previously known as Linchitz Medical Wellness, PLLC), is a well-established integrative oncology center located in Westbury, NY. We are seeking a physician capable of managing the care of oncology patients and its associated complications. Certification in Internal Medicine or Family Practice is preferred, but not required. This position offers a consistent schedule that ensures a healthy work/life balance. At Integrative Medicine of New York, we treat patients with an evidence based approach focusing on immune function offering treatment to patients based on their findings, which is individualized to the patient.

Our patients all receive a unique and personalized treatment plan, with an emphasis on preventive care and boosting the immune system. Experience in the ER, ICU, or CCU, is helpful and training with ACAM, SITC, SIO, IOICP or A4M, functional, metabolic and “anti-aging” medicine, is preferred. Once fully trained and integrated into our practice, the physician will see an average of 8 to 10 patients per day with all patient visits being prepared and arranged by a fully trained clinical staff. We will provide training if the MD/DO does not have experience. At the center, we integrate proven leading-edge medical treatments with many natural healing modalities in conjunction with detoxification and plant-based nutrition. Candidate must be congruent with our philosophy.

We accept physicians board certified by the American Board of Integrative Medicine

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $200,000.00+ /year

Part-Time options also available for the right candidate

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Laurel Muckey


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