Critical Care None Specified job located in Florida
We are seeking a physician fellowship trained and board certified in critical care medicine to join ICC based at Orange Park Medical Center. ICC Healt(Login for Information)re (Intensive Care Consortium) is the largest intensivist group in the US with over 60 physicians staffing programs in 15 hospital ICUs in Florida, Georgia, Virginia, and New Jersey. By aligning the interests of the patient, hospital, and physician, ICC Healt(Login for Information)re has a documented track record of developing programs that provide better care for critically ill patients, high patient and family satisfaction, improved outcomes, better financial results for hospitals, and superior quality of life for the hospital medical staff.
Incoming Physician will be expected to work about 15 shifts a month. These shifts will be divided into nights, weekends and days with the ability to pick up additional shifts if so desired.
The incoming physician must be comfortable doing own procedures and willing to teach residents and sit on committees.
Competitive compensation and benefits package will be offered.
Orange Park Medical Center has 20 ICU beds broken into 12 MS beds and 8 CV beds. This past year, Orange Park Medical Center cared for more than 150,000 patients, of which more than 90,000 came through our emergency department. We grew more than 11 percent year-over year, in terms of patient visits, and we saw more people come through our ED than any other hospital in northeast Florida. Our continuing commitment to providing the highest level of quality care and service has truly taken us from being a small community hospital to a top healt(Login for Information)re provider in northeast Florida.
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