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American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) is seeking a physician with subspecialty certification in Emergency Medical Services from the American Board of Emergency Medicine to serve as volunteer-designee (first year to be unpaid; subsequent years will be compensated) to provide oversight to the AAOS’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) product line as Co-Series Editor.

The Co-Series Editor for AAOS's Emergency Medical Services product line published by Jones & Bartlett Learning will provide medical consultation and oversight during the development, review, and editing of content for the product line. The product line includes, but is not limited to, five core EMS products and more than 2,000 ancillary and derivative products (print and electronic).  This editor will participate in teleconferences to discuss product-specific matters, attend conferences, meet with customers and speak on EMS topics.  Responsibilities include the review of new product proposals and collaboration with the AAOS and the Publisher on product decisions including art and photos; review work plans for textbook revisions; review and edit manuscripts for medical accuracy and clarity; participate in photo shoots as a technical expert; promote the adoption or endorsement of the EMS product line by other medical organizations; and evaluate feedback and queries from EMS educators.

Qualifications and Requirements: 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including editing skills.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively and to collaborate as part of a team environment.
  • Active involvement in EMS activities as an EMS operational program medical director.
  • Extensive knowledge or current experience as an emergency medical technician (EMT), paramedic, or EMS medical director.
  • EMS medical subspecialty certification or eligibility for certification from the American Board of Emergency Medicine.  
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines.
  • Comfort with reviewing and editing manuscript for paramedic and higher level texts for medical accuracy and prehospital care relevance.
  • General understanding of challenges of care delivery in prehospital environment.
  • Experience using Dropbox, PDF annotations using Adobe Reader, and document editing using tracked changes in Microsoft Word.
Number of hours per week required will be highly variable depending on publication schedule (could be as high as 15-20 hours per week when new manuscript review is required).  After the designee period, and upon AAOS Board approval, the position will be commuted into a paid consultant relationship for up to six consecutive years.  We are looking for a physician with substantial EMS background at the level of EMS operational program medical director or training officer.  Initial term: July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018

To be considered, please submit your resume and letter of interest via email:

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ACGME EMS​ Fellowship of New Jersey

2018-19 Fellow

The ACGME EMS Fellowship of New Jersey is accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year!!

​Statewide EMS Fellowship based at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center/MONOC EMS

 Fellowship Highlights

  • 100 percent EMS Board Pass Rate
  • One of the first ACGME EMS Fellowship in the United States
  • >50  publications (NOT including abstracts)
  • Largest EMS System in NJ ( 500 providers/22 ALS Units) 1 rotary and multiple SCTUs
  • ​Statewide Physician 24/7 Response Program (FIVE dedication EMS Physicians vehicles covering New Jersey 24/7)
  • Sole Tactical Medical Provider to State Police (2-10 requests per week)
  • International Air Ambulance Fixed Wing Experience with frequent flights available (  Last years fellows went to Kuwait, Haiti, Tokyo, France and multiple trips within U.S.
  • One of the busiest EMS Physician Field experiences in the United States (up to 30 responses per week)
  • Each Fellow has a response vehicle (full OR and ED capabilities)
  • State Police unmarked fellowship vehicle
  • Weekly EMS Journal Club and Board Review
  • Medical Direction at multiple mass gathering events throughout the tri-state area
  • Six EMS Fellowship trained faculty
  • Funding for multiple conferences
  • Dispatch Center for >50 percent of NJ 
Contact Flo Chase, Program Coordinator 973-926-6671 or Dr. Mark A. Merlin 732-919-3045 Ext 1431.

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University of Vermont Medical Center

Network Regional Transport System Medical Officer

University of Vermont Medical Center, Vermont’s academic medical center and founding member of the University of Vermont Health Network, seeks a Network Regional Transport and Transfer System (RTS) Medical Officer.

The University of Vermont Medical Center is located in Burlington, Vermont, a small vibrant city situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Champlain. 

The Opportunity: The Medical Officer will oversee both the Regional Transfer Center and UVM Health Network Transport Teams in collaboration with the Regional Network Director. The Medical Officer shall be responsible for: partnering with and educating other physicians who participate in the daily functioning of the Regional Transfer Center and transport teams; evaluating and ensuring the quality of medical care provided by the transport teams; and oversight of Quality Assurance for inter-facility transports in the UVM Health Network. Working with specialty physicians will have oversight of guidelines for prospective, concurrent and retrospective direction for operations of the Regional Transport System. Medical Officer will be expected to stay current in transport medicine standards with industry and program involvement.  Some clinical responsibilities will be required to maintain competency.

Education: Medical Degree (MD, DO) with post-graduate training in an ACGME/ABMS accredited specialty.  Specialty areas of emergency medicine (preferred), critical care, surgery, or internal medicine will be considered.  The successful candidate must be licensed in New York and Vermont upon start date.

  • Three or more years of direct patient care. An understanding of EMS systems, organization and operation. ​Demonstrated interest and skills in EMS education at all levels including simulation experience. 
  • Experience in EMS leadership, preferably in a medical director role.
  • Experience with Performance Improvement programs as they relate to a clinical or EMS domain. Experience in aeromedical transport medicine preferred.
  • Proven success in a clinical specialty area as evidenced by successful patient outcomes, a high level of professionalism, and excellent communication skills.
  • Must have demonstrated professional experience in progressively responsible positions in healthcare, with a strong working knowledge of physician practice, practice management, leadership roles.  Professional work experience in integrated systems preferred. 
  • Leadership skills and the tenacity to deal with complex structures and tasks over a period of time is required.
The Organization:  As an academic medical center dedicated to being in service to the patient, community and medicine, The University of Vermont Medical Center ( seeks to improve the health of the people in the communities it serves by integrating patient care, education and research in a caring environment. The University of Vermont Medical Center also serves as a regional referral center – providing advanced care to approximately one million people in Vermont and northern New York.
For more information about University of Vermont Medical Center, find us online at or on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blog sites. 
Apply online at:

University of Vermont Medical Center offers a comprehensive benefits package including relocation.  University of Vermont Medical Center proudly offers a non-smoking work environment.  We are an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action employer. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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University of​ Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine​​

State of Iowa EMS Medical Director

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

Please visit our website at to apply on line, faculty requisition#68753.  Credential and background check will be conducted on all final candidates.

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.