Form Health is a virtual obesity medicine clinic delivering multi-disciplinary evidence-based obesity treatment through telemedicine. Obesity impacts more than 40% of the US adult population, and although historically only about 1% of patients received medical treatment for their disease, the field of Obesity Medicine is entering a period of rapid growth. Form Health provides high-quality expert care and leverages technology to enhance the patient experience. All Form Health patients work closely with their care team, which includes board certified physicians, advanced practice professionals and Registered Dietitians. Through our proprietary mobile app patients engage in regular video visits, as well as text messaging, photo journaling, digital data transmission, and customized educational materials. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of clinical care, and to treating every individual with empathy and respect. 

Founded in 2019, Form Health is a venture-backed innovative startup with an experienced clinical and leadership team. Our mission is to empower patients and be leaders in Obesity Medicine driving impact at a national scale. We are deeply invested in our core value to put patients first, and also deeply committed to creating a culture where every employee is valued and we learn and improve together. 

About the Role:

We are seeking Nurse Practitioners who are passionate about and experienced in obesity medicine to provide longitudinal telehealth care for patients with obesity, and to collaborate with physicians and registered dietitians towards exceptional team-based care. This is a full-time opportunity; work is remote, and schedules can be flexible.

We seek applicants who: 

  • Have a Nurse Practitioner degree, with experience practicing Obesity Medicine, including effective evidence-based lifestyle counseling and pharmacotherapy
  • Are licensed to practice and prescribe legally and credentialed with insurance payers in Indiana AND also credentialed with insurance payers in one of the following states: MA, NY, TX, or IL
  • Have at least 2 years of Obesity Medicine experience
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills for patient and team interactions
  • Are committed to the highest quality of medical care and an evidence-based approach to obesity management 
  • Have prior experience conducting telemedicine visits 

More about Form Health’s benefits:

  • Competitive salary in a high growth start-up
  • Comprehensive health benefits (medical, dental, vision) 
  • 401k
  • Flexible work schedules and paid time off
  • Paid parental leave

Form Health’s commitment to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment:

Form Health is committed to creating a culture and environment that celebrates diversity and inclusion, while fostering safety and belonging. This extends from our remote patient care to our corporate offices and everywhere in between. We are looking for team members who want to help us further our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) efforts and who share our attitudes for creating an inclusive, safe, and positive work environment. 

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