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Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine

Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of EMS and Disaster Medicine

EMS Faculty Positions

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine (WMed) is recruiting EMS faculty members to support the EMS Fellowship Program and the expanding activities of the Division of EMS and Disaster Medicine. WMed is one of the newest medical schools in the U.S. and has one of the largest emergency medicine residency programs in the nation. WMed's EMS Fellowship Program was among the first ACGME-accredited fellowships. WMed residents and fellows are integrally involved in the countywide EMS system, with dedicated resident and fellow EMS response vehicles.

The WMed Division of EMS and Disaster Medicine provides a wide variety of services including medical direction, education, research, and healthcare preparedness. The Kalamazoo County Medical Control Authority (KCMCA) is the state-designated agency responsible for coordinating all aspects of the countywide EMS system. KCMCA is housed within the Division, allowing for full integration between WMed and the EMS system. The Division houses the 5th District Medical Response Coalition (5DMRC), a 9-county consortium of hospitals, EMS, public health, emergency management, and others dedicated to cross-jurisdictional, interdisciplinary disaster planning and response. The 5DMRC was designated by the CDC as a model for preparedness and collaboration. 5DMRC and the Division operate a mobile medical field unit on behalf of the State of Michigan. The Division additionally coordinates Michigan's National Disaster Life Support Program activities. The State EMS Data Manager is housed within the Division, making access to over 8 million EMS records readily available for research and quality improvement.

The EMS faculty positions will be involved in a wide range of activities within the Division. We are specifically looking for individuals qualified to serve as Fellowship Program Director or Associate Program Director. Ample protected time is available for faculty to pursue additional opportunities in local EMS medical direction, regional healthcare preparedness, special operations (including tactical EMS), and research. Applicants should be highly motivated to pursue a career in academic emergency medicine, ideally having experience in teaching, research, and/or grant-writing. Applicants must be board certified in Emergency Medicine and be sub-board certified (or eligible) in Emergency Medical Services. Completion of an EMS fellowship is desirable but exceptionally qualified individuals will be considered based on experience (and sub-specialty Board eligibility or certification).

As a new medical school, WMed is an exciting environment to pursue an academic career. WMed has a large, state-of-the art Simulation Center, extensive resources to support research, and abundant opportunities for teaching students, residents, and EMS providers. Kalamazoo's two hospitals serve as regional tertiary care centers for southwest Michigan, serving a population of ~1 million. Kalamazoo is a wonderful city, located midway between Chicago and Detroit and a short distance from Lake Michigan. The Kalamazoo Promise is a nationally renowned program in which graduates of Kalamazoo Public Schools receive free tuition to attend public and private colleges in Michigan. Michigan provides extensive entertainment and recreational activities, including great opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

Interested and qualified applicants should apply with a letter of interest and CV at

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug-and tobacco-free workplace.

EOE Minorities/Women/Disabled/Protected Veterans 

Apply Here: http://www.m​ed.wmich.e​du​


Stanford Univ Dept of Emer Med

Director of Prehospital Care-Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Stanford, California

The Stanford University Department of Emergency Medicine and the Marc and Laura Andreessen Emergency Department at Stanford is seeking a clinical faculty physician to serve as Director of Prehospital Care-Emergency Medical Services (EMS).  Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are vital to providing emergency care and ensuring a seamless interface with hospital care in order to deliver the best patient care. Stanford is committed to supporting the highest quality EMS care through involvement with the surrounding EMS systems, education, research, and patient advocacy. 

The Director of Prehospital Care- EMS will oversee the following activities as they relate to the Department of Emergency Medicine:

  • EMS Fellowship
  • Medical Direction of EMS for Stanford Life Flight Helicopter Program
  • Emergency and pre-hospital care research 
  • Stanford EMT training program
  • Interface with Santa Clara and San Mateo County EMS agencies
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS) rotations for medical students and resident physicians

Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. It welcomes nominations of and applications from women and members of minority groups, as well as others who would bring additional dimensions to the university's research, teaching and clinical missions. 

To apply, submit a CV, brief letter and the names of three references to:

S.V. Mahadevan, MD, c/o Christine Hendricks:​


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  • $47.42 - $75.33 Hourly 
  • $3,793.60 - $6,026.40 Biweekly 
  • $8,219.47 - $13,057.20 Monthly​ 
  • $98,633.60 - $156,686.40 Annually 

A salary study for this classification is currently underway. Any recommended adjustments will require Board Approval. 

OPENING DATE: Friday, April 29, 2016

CLOSING DATE: Sunday, June 19, 2016


Incumbent is responsible for performing professional level work in planning and training activities and programs with health and medical components; providing direction for fire service medical issues; providing medical consultation to major support functions; and providing on-scene medical oversight and patient care on selected incidents.


The Medical Director is a stand-alone classification. The Medical Director is distinguished from other classifications by its responsibility for applying specialized medical knowledge to assure safety in field emergency medical services operations; for making decisions and providing expert consultation within the chain of command on a broad range of medical considerations; and for providing direct patient care in extraordinary circumstances which requires specialized knowledge, skills or equipment.


These duties are intended to be representative sample of the duties performed by the class. The Medical Director is responsible for all aspects of patient care provided by paramedics, EMTs, and nurses of the Orange County Fire Authority. This responsibility is summed up in the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABEM) Core Content of Emergency Medical Services Medicine goals: "to improve patient safety and enhance the quality of emergency medical care provided to patients in the pre hospital environment, and to facilitate the integration of pre hospital patient treatment into the continuum of patient care." 

In consultation with the EMS Battalion Chief and EMS Coordinator, will provide medical oversight and expertise to EMS Operations, including providing medical direction and information to planning and operations personnel. 

Provides medical oversight and expertise to continuous quality improvement (CQI) programs by reviewing and analyzing EMS effectiveness, system trends, and needs in an effort to ensure EMS system excellence; develops and assists in the formulation of policies and procedures; and participates in call reviews with nurse/educators, firefighter/paramedics, and firefighter/EMT's; assists in problem solving in field clinical decision making. 

Manages the immunization program. Physician provides medical orders for tuberculosis screening and other department needs through a contracted laboratory. 

Collaborates with Nurse Educators in the development of training curricula based on medical research, new technology, regulatory changes and CQI findings. Provides direct EMS classroom and skills instruction and indirect education and briefings. Assists the Operations Training Section in the development of classes with EMS, medical and health components. 

Responsible for approving, monitoring, and ensuring regulatory compliance in research activities and field trial studies. 

Serves as a liaison with medical directors and administrators of the Orange County Healthcare Agency/EMS, Base Hospitals, regional trauma centers, emergency receiving hospitals, specialty receiving hospitals, acute care facilities, paramedic training institutions and professional medical groups; attends EMS administrative and oversight committee meetings such as Base Hospital Physician Directors, County Paramedic Advisory Committee, Regional Emergency Advisory Committee, Drug and Equipment Advisory Group, Orange County Fire Chiefs EMS Section and Fire CQI Subcommittee, California Fire Chiefs Association EMS Section, emergency medicine residency programs, law enforcement agencies, and exercise planning groups. Within the OCFA, participates in EMS programs and serves on the EMS Committee; is the designated liaison with the Occupational Medicine provider to facilitate firefighter care following injuries or illnesses; is liaison with the IAFF/IAFC Fitness/Wellness Initiative Program Manager. 

Assists EMS Coordinator/Designated Officer with decisions involving risk assessment, post exposure prophylaxis and treatment of occupational infectious disease exposures; assists Risk Management/Safety Officer/Respiratory Program Manager with medical and health components of OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard; provides input to Safety and Occupational Health Project Team with regard to firefighter safety and health issues. 

Acts as the physician of record for ordering of medical equipment and supplies. Works with the EMS Section on the evaluation and selection of medical equipment. Responsible for controlled medication ordering, security, and disposal as per regulations. 

Provides expert medical expertise and information to the Hazardous Materials Response Team and Hazardous Materials Support Services on issues of environmental and clinical toxicology in administration, planning, training and operations; is liaison with Orange County cities participating in the Metropolitan Medical Response System, with the California Poison Control System and with associated technical consultants, is the DEA registrant for the OCFA CDC National Strategic Stockpile CHEMPACK. 

Acts as Medical Team Manager and Medical Director to US&R CA TF-5 in accordance with DHS/FEMA standards; including maintaining certifications in the Medical Specialist Course and Rescue Systems. Serves on OCFA US&R Project Team.

Participates in planning and execution of multi-casualty exercises; serves on the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Project Team and maintains familiarity with current trends and countermeasures to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive hazards; is liaison with Orange County Environmental Health, Orange County Public Health, Orange County Public Health Laboratory, Orange County Sheriff Terrorism Early Warning Group and Orange County Sheriff Bomb Squad on medical and multi-casualty issues. 

Provides medical duties within the ICS Medical Unit or as Medical Unit Leader on extended incidents to provide medical care and rehabilitation of firefighters on scene of extended incidents. 

Assists Emergency Communications Center (ECC) and EMS staff and administration on Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) training, education and CQI; is liaison with ECC administration on issues of medical dispatch strategies and pre-arrival instructions. 

Assists Corporate Communications/Public Information Officer (PIO) as a technical specialist on emergency services medical and health issues. Performs other duties of a similar nature. 


  • EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE (position requirements at entry): 

​​​Medical Doctor (MD) Completion of an accredited emergency medicine residency program and continuing Emergency Medicine Board certification Completion of an EMS Fellowship or a minimum of five years clinical emergency medicine practice 

  • LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS (position requirements at entry): 

Physicians and Surgeons License (without restriction) Drug Enforcement Agency License Valid California Driver's License To view the full job description, please visit​ 


The Orange County Fire Authority is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.​ ________________________________________________________ 


Deputy EMS Medical Director 

Department of Emergency Health Sciences 

University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio 

The Department of Emergency Health Sciences (EHS) in the School of Health Professions at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) is seeking: 

Deputy Medical Director for City of San Antonio Fir​e Department and Emergency Medical Services 

The Department of EHS is the contracted provider of initial and continuing EMS education, QA and Performance Improvement, and online and offline medical control for the San Antonio Fire Department EMS division. SAFD EMS provides pre-hospital emergency service to a population of 1.4 million people, responding to approximately 160,000 calls for service annually. 

The Department of EHS employs numerous faculty (RNs and Paramedics) who educate paramedics, present CE programs, evaluate SAFD personnel, serve as online medical control consultants, provide infection control services, and ALS/BLS education coordination. 

This Deputy Medical Director position will be a full-time appointment with academic rank through the Dept. of EHS at UTHSCSA. Board certification in Emergency Medicine is required with strong clinical and teaching skills. Preference given to EMS subspecialty certification, EMS board eligibility, or administrative experience in a large urban EMS system. Responsibilities include: medical oversight of SAFD system including education, online medical control, and QA/PI; teaching in CE programs; medical direction for the EHS Department at the University, participation in University EHS teaching, service and research; service on local, regional and national committees; active participation in field evaluations; eligible to practice at University Hospital Emergency Department (Level 1 trauma center) with cross academic appointment at UTHSCSA, Dept of Emergency Medicine. UTHSCSA Faculty appointment will be on the clinical track with a rank commensurate with credentials and experience. 

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer including protected veterans and persons with disabilities. 

All faculty appointments are designated as security sensitive positions. 

Applicants should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to: 

Lance Villers, PhD, LP; Chair 
Department of Emergency Health Sciences 
7703 Floyd Curl Dr, Mail Code 7775 
San Antonio, TX, 78229-3900 
Email:​ ​​ 

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Allegheny Health Network 

Aeromedical Program Director/Academic Core Faculty 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Allegheny Health Network is seeking a Program Director to join the Emergency Medicine academic core faculty physicians at Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our department is especially interested in candidates with specialized expertise in aeromedical and emergency medical services (EMS) to add to the educational and research profile of our faculty and to bolster our EMS fellowship. 

Our LifeFlight aeromedical service was one of the first to fly in the northeastern United States and currently logs over 2000 flights per year. The program is highly regarded and maintains its reputation as an innovator and leader in aeromedical transport. 

  • 6 helicopters at 4 bases in Southwestern PA 
  • Significant critical care transport includes ECMO/LVAD 
  • Excellent staff/support includes administrative program leader, lead flight nurse and 36 full-time flight nurses plus outreach representatives 
  • Core faculty appointment available 
  • LifeFlight director will coordinate aeromedical experience for EMS Fellow and EM Residents 

Allegheny General Hospital has earned an international reputation for excellence and innovation in education, research and above all, the care of patients. AGH was the first hospital in the region to receive designation as a Level I Trauma Center. A national leader in cardiovascular, cancer, neuroscience and orthopedic and rehabilitation care, AGH offers a wide array of medical and surgical specialties. AGH hosts residency training programs in twenty-two specialties including Emergency Medicine and combined IM/EM, as well as fellowships in Emergency Medical Services, EM-Sports Medicine and EM Ultrasound. Academic affiliations are with Drexel University College of Medicine and Temple University School of Medicine. 

Pittsburgh has been touted as one of our country's most livable cities many times. Enjoy beautiful housing options at reasonable costs, nationally ranked schools, and a wide variety of cultural, sporting and recreational amenities. 

Candidates must be board certified in emergency medicine and ideally have fellowship training with board eligibility/certification in EMS. Our department has resources available to support career development and academic productivity for candidates at all levels of experience. The level of appointment will be commensurate with training and experience. 

Allegheny Health Network Emergency Medicine Management (AHNEMM) physicians enjoy partnership/equity ownership and equal voting. Compensation package includes highly competitive base pay, administrative/academic stipend, fully funded pension (10% in addition to earnings), business expense account, family medical/dental/vision plan, short- and long-term disability, life insurance, low-interest loan consolidation, 401k, flex spending program and more. 

For confidential consideration, please contact 

Thomas Campbell, MD, MPH, FACEP/System Chair
Department of Emergency Medicine
Allegheny Health Network or Jim Nicholas/Recruiter (​
(800) 828-0898, ext. 1495


Mercy Health

Associate EMS Me​dical Director

BE/BC Emergency Medicine Physician to join an award-winning fully integrated health care delivery system as an Associate EMS Medical Director. EMS Fellowship is not required - will train applicants with a passion for EMS. 


MD-1 is a medically equipped and emergency medicine physician-staffed Chevy Tahoe used for difficult and prolonged extrications or situations where an on-the-scene physician may be able to provide additional medications and resources.

EMTs and paramedics are equipped and trained to handle a vast array of emergency medical conditions using physician-authorized protocols. Mercy’s MD-1 program is designed to augment, not replace, existing community emergency medical services (EMS) resources in the community.

When EMS crews feel it is appropriate and necessary, Mercy EMS physicians respond in an MD-1 to their request any time, day or night.

We provide care to residents in more than 40 communities in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. · Significant protected time is provided for EMS administrative duties, education, and field response.

Clinical duties will be at either Mercy Hospital & Trauma Center (Level II Trauma Center) in Janesville, Wisconsin or Rockford Memorial Hospital (Level I Trauma Center) in Rockford, Illinois. 

Compensation & Benefits: 

  • Highly Competitive Compensation 
  • Excellent annual salary, plus incentive bonuses, along with our outstanding benefit package including: paid malpractice and licensure, health and dental, CME, relocation, matched retirement savings, and more. Sign-on bonus and student loan forgiveness negotiable. 
  • Loan assistance available and sign-on bonus negotiable. 

Community: Janesville is a mid-sized city offers Midwest charm and safety, with excellent schools and abundant recreational opportunities. Janesville lies just 35 miles southeast of Madison, and 110 miles northwest of Chicago. Janesville is Wisconsin's Park Place, with over 2,500 acres of beautiful parkland and twenty acres of breathtaking botanical gardens. The community also offers live theatre, a large variety of golf courses, and unique shopping and dining. 

Rockford, Illinois: The Rockford region is a family-focused with many exceptional schools including public and private school systems. Rockford also boasts fantastic golf courses and numerous outdoor activities including, hiking, biking, boating and fishing to name a few. The Rockford region has easy access to Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee. 


Kelli Cameron, Manager of Physician Recruitment 


Baystate Health

Baystate Health, a Truven® Award–winning healthcare system and home of the University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate Health, is searching for a visionary BC/BE Associate Regional Medical Director of EMS to join our Department of Emergency Medicine. 

This opportunity features: 

  • Oversight of EMS in our 5-hospital system. Release time to organize and direct our regional EMS system in conjunction with our Regional EMS Medical Director and EMS coordinator. 
  • Baystate Medical Center, our Level 1 Trauma and tertiary care referral center, serves over 116,000 annual ED visits and our four community EDs serve a combined volume of 100,000 annual visits. 
  • In 2015, it is estimated that more than 40,000 EMS arrivals will be brought to Baystate Medical Center. 

The Associate Regional EMS Medical Director will assist with the direction and delivery of a variety of services to urban, rural, municipal, volunteer, private and Fire Department-based agencies. A focus on pre-hospital clinical research and Quality Improvement is highly desirable. Candidates should be BC/BE in EMS or BC/BE in Emergency Medicine with significant EMS experience. 

Baystate Medical Center achieved elite distinction as one of 34 “High Performing” hospitals in America from US News & World Report in 2015. Patient-centered care is at the core of Baystate Health’s culture. We are committed to hiring clinicians who value a culture of compassion and appreciate diversity—while delivering a higher state of caring. 

For more information:​ 

Please visit our website at or contact: 

Telephone: 413.794.2624; Fax: 413.794.5059; Email: ​ ​​ ________________________________________​___​_