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Emergency Medicine, Associate Director

United Medical Associates PC BGH Emergency Department
Johnson City, NY
Physicians
Full Time, Day/Evening, 07:00 am - 5:00 pm
We are seeking an ABEM certified physician to join our Emergency Medicine team as the Associate Director. The Associate Director will initiate and lead new projects, initiatives, and performance improvement activities for the Wilson Medical Center and Binghamton General Hospital ED's. Associate Director will have administrative oversight of programs as determined by the Director and serve as a mentor for medical staff. UHS Hospitals is a teaching hospital consisting of Wilson Medical Center which is a Level II Trauma Center and designated Stroke Center, and Binghamton General Hospital which is a full-service hospital housing a designated Crisis Center. Annual combined ED patient visits are approximately 60,000.
The position shall report to the Medical Director on administrative and clinical matters, as well as the reporting mechanisms developed by the hospital. The Associate Director shall serve as a member of committees as requested by the hospital, as well as encourage participation of staff Emergency Physicians in hospital committee and leadership roles.
UHS Medical Group is a progressive multi-specialty group with a large primary care base, consisting of over 400 healthcare providers in 30+ medical and surgical specialties in multiple locations. The group is affiliated with United Health Services Hospitals, the regional leader in healthcare. There is a strong market presence in the region and an excellent referral base.
There are opportunities for teaching residents and medical students from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, as well as the ability to participate in clinical research. Competitive starting salary, hire stipend and relocation assistance, excellent benefits and malpractice insurance provided.
For additional information, please contact Chris_Fryzowski@uhs.org
Posted: 08/30/2018
Req #: 30742
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