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ASSOCIATE REGIONAL EMS MEDICAL DIRECTOR
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: http://www.choosebaystatehealth.org/EM/NAEM
Please visit our website at www.choosebaystatehealth.org or contact:
Telephone: 413.794.2624; Fax: 413.794.5059; Email: Melissa.Hale@BaystateHealth.org ________________________________________ ___ _
AGENCY DEPUTY MEDICAL DIRECTOR
NYC FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Fire Department of New York has an exciting and challenging opportunity for the experienced professional available in the FDNY Office of Medical Affairs.
The Deputy Medical Director will provide medical and clinical direction for the certified first responders (CFR), emergency medical technicians (EMT), and paramedics (EMT-Ps) of the FDNY and the NYC 911 System.
In addition to borough level clinical oversight, s/he will perform a provision of On Line Medical Control, delivery of initial and continuing medical education, clinical research projects, and regular field activities including but not limited to response to specialty and mass casualty incidents, and interaction with field personnel and local hospital clinical and administrative personnel, management and provision of continuous quality improvement initiatives and provision of medical oversight in the 911 system, Quality Assurance and Improvement activities will be one of the incoming physician’s main duties.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Possession of a valid license to practice medicine in the State of New York plus valid Board Certification issued by the appropriate American Specialty Board in an approved medical specialty; and four years of medical practice including one year of experience in an administrative or supervisory capacity; or a combination of education and/or experience equivalent to that listed above.
Refer to Job ID #239059
The University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking an experienced faculty member to join our academic faculty and also serve as the State of Iowa EMS Medical Director. The successful candidate will divide time between practicing academic emergency medicine at a comprehensive academic medical center and serving as the State of Iowa EMS Medical Director providing central leadership and oversight of EMS care provided by a variety of urban, suburban rural, municipal, volunteer, private and fire department-based agencies. Candidates should be board certified/board eligible in EMS (preferable) or board certified/board eligible in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine with EMS experience.
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, a Level 1 Trauma Center for adults and children, is the state's only comprehensive academic medical center. We are one of the nation's largest university-owned teaching hospitals. The ED features 45 private patient rooms; a separate Pediatric ED; annual volume of 65,000+ patients; physician double coverage with PA/NP support; 6, 8 or 12 hours shifts. Extremely competitive salary enhanced by an excellent fringe benefits package, CME funding, exceptional opportunities for career development and advancement, a collegial work environment, and family friendly community.
For additional information, please contact:
Azeemuddin Ahmed, MD, MBA, Clinical Professor and Executive Vice Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability or status as a protected veteran.
Director of Prehospital Care-Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
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: email@example.com
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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 www.ocfa.org
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
The Orange County Fire Authority is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. ________________________________________________________