MCI provides nurses and lab techs. The staffing numbers are determined by the manager in each clinic and depend on both the number of doctors and the volume of patients being seen. It is not always possible to provide a nurse.
MCI does not tell the physicians how to practice medicine. Some physicians can see patients more quickly than others. Our staff will help you be as efficient as possible. You will determine for yourself how many patients you are comfortable treating in a given time frame.
Each walk-in physician reviews the result that come in during his or her shift and each clinic has procedures to ensure that test results are reviewed and followed up on.
The doctors indicate the type of referral required and the staff will refer to one of the specialists in the area. If you want to refer to a specific physician, you would do so.
You can start as soon as you have your license and have applied for your billing number. We will not be able to submit your billings until you have your number.
MCI provides the facilities, staff, equipment, and supplies and all the administration required by a family medicine clinic so that the doctor(s) can focus on practicing medicine. MCI also takes care of all billing submissions. When the doctor leaves the clinic, the doctor's time is his or her own.
No, This is public medicine in a setting where the doctor does not have to worry about any administrative matters.
Fee for service.
There is no minimum contract period.
MCI The Doctor's Office™ is a privately owned Canadian company that has been managing family medicine clinics since 1986.