Physicians Careers

Join our growing team of over 250 clinicians serving more than 2,500 facilities nationwide.


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Benefits of working at Vohra:

 
  • An individualized, flexible career – with no on call or weekends – for a better work-life balance
  • Clinical satisfaction delivering care and witnessing the results of your decisions
  • A fee for service model with a typical full -time salary of $300k
  • Malpractice coverage and legal support
  • Full W2 employee with benefits – medical and dental insurance, 401K, mileage and more
  • Specialized wound care training and a one-year Fellowship program

What We Look For

Those physicians who build sustainable long term careers bring

  • Full active license in the State you wish to work in

  • Clinical experience within past 12 months

  • Procedurally strong and able to learn new clinical skills

  • Familiarity with electronic health systems

  • Ability to build strong partnerships

  • Comfort with travel to facility locations

  • Surgical specialties: General, Plastics, and Vascular
  • Family and Internal Medicine
  • Geriatrics and Emergency Medicine

Working at Vohra

Clinical Practice

Vohra physicians visit their assigned facilities once a week. Typically, a Vohra clinician visits three buildings in a day with an aim to record 20 to 25 patient encounters. Physicians set their schedules in collaboration with our facility partners. The day generally starts and finishes early. Driving distances between facilities vary greatly according to location.

Each encounter is recorded in our proprietary electronic health care record (EHR), which provides clinical decision support and computer-assisted billing and coding. Our central team handles all billing, collections, and payer relations.

By seeing each patient on a consistent basis as medically necessary, our physicians are able to use their specialist wound care training to develop and implement a specific healing plan in cooperation with the Skilled Nursing Facilities’ wound care team.

Continous Training

Our most experienced Vohra physicians provide each new physician with specialized training throughout the time with the organization. This starts during the onboarding process with three weeks of didactic and field-based training with a current experienced Physician.

Once starting to see patients, a Vohra physician enters our year-long Fellowship Program. Our Fellowship Directors engage one-on-one to provide training and support.

Ongoing training and development include peer-led shared learning sessions and our annual conference, where we gather to share the latest developments and update our skills. Recent sessions included breakouts ranging from practicing bone debridement techniques to understanding leadership styles and how to best support facilities.

Technology

We utilize technology throughout Vohra to meet our mission. Our Physicians are trained extensively on our proprietary Electronic Health Record (EHR), which is developed in house by a Physician-led team.

We regularly update the system to improve ease-of-use and functionality and meet all Meaningful Use and MIPS reporting requirements. We invest and develop new technologies such as our Artificial Intelligence-based mobile wound healing predictor

Combining Practices

Many of our physicians combine working at Vohra with other medical roles, for example managing a Plastic Surgery practice, Emergency Medicine or General Surgery.

We help our physicians develop individualized work schedules that best fit their needs. Employed physicians, though, must commit to Vohra for at least two days a week, and they should be the same days each week.



Support

Our physicians are linked to a virtual network of support. Accessible resources include:

Staff support to coordinate facility relationships, including expanding to new practices

Billing and collections to ensure that our Vohra Physicians can focus on treatment

IT Helpdesk for any technical issues

Legal support if ever needed

Who are we

Vohra is the leading wound care physician group in the US operating in 27 states. A physician-led group for two decades, we offer clinically challenging careers where our doctors are empowered to deliver better patient, clinical and financial outcomes.

Learn more about why Vohra Wound Care is rated so highly by our Doctors, and see if we have an opening in your location today.

 

Employment FAQ

Formal wound care training is not required. We have an excellent training program that will teach you the required skills and knowledge required for bedside wound care. You will need to enjoy doing procedures and have an innate desire to improve patient outcomes.

Documents required for credentialing are collected from the physician prior to training. Credentialing at facilities can usually be completed prior to completion of training.

Board certification in your specialty is preferred; however, board certification is not required. If you are not board-certified you will be asked to obtain wound care board certification.

Physicians are eligible for full benefits if they have at least 50 encounters on average per week

Our physicians sign a two year non-compete agreement limited to providing wound care in post acute facilities.

Great potential in the company

Dr. Hayriye Gok

I see a great potential in the company. Our company truly strives towards progress and perfection. I am extremely proud to work for Vohra Wound Physicians.

Hayriye Gok
M.D.

Perfect fit for my career

Virginia Killoren

Vohra became the perfect fit for my career. I’m surprised about how much I enjoy wound care and how fulfilling it is.

Virginia Killoren
M.D.

This job is very rewarding

Jose Perez

This job is very rewarding. We can actually make our patients lives better.

Jose Perez
D.O.

A meaningful difference

Rizwan Kalwar

Working with Vohra Wound Physicians allows me to make a meaningful difference during this difficult time in our patients’ lives. Additionally, the unique opportuniti to work independently as a consultant allows for time to spend with my family.

Rizwan Kalwar
M.D.