Join Our Family of
Emergency Medicine Physicians
Northwest Permanente, P.C. is currently seeking
Board Certified or Eligible Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services
physician to join our growing medical group.
The new EM physician team member should have
fellowship training in EMS or significant EMS experience, to join our group of
48 EM physicians in the Portland metropolitan area. As an EMS physician, you
will work at the Regional Telephonic Medical Center as well as have
administrative time to develop and manage community paramedicine programs and
an ambulance agency, and other cutting edge Emergency Medical Services
responsibilities for the group. Please see the attached link for one component
of mobile integrated care we are developing: http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/blog/health-care-inc/2014/12/kaisers-high-tech-house-calls-save-members-trips.html.
Northwest Permanente, P.C. is a self-governed (physician led),
multi-specialty group of over 1,500 physicians, surgeons, and clinicians,
caring for over 500,000 members in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Kaiser
Permanente is one of the nation's pre-eminent health care systems, a benchmark
for comprehensive, integrated and high quality care, and has been awarded the
following in 2014:
#1 Ranking of all Medicare 5 Star Plans
#3 Ranking NCQA Medicare Plans
#5 Ranking NCQA Commercial Plans
Physicians with Northwest Permanente,
P.C. receive competitive salaries in addition to an extensive benefit package
which includes medical, dental, disability and life insurance; company
funded/generous retirement plans; vacation, sabbatical and educational leave;
and professional liability coverage. Physicians who are Board Certified are
also eligible for Senior Physician and Shareholder standing after approximately
three years with the group.
We are proud to be an EEO/Affirmative
Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or disability status.
To apply for this position, please contact Shana Klemchuk at (503)
894-5960. Visit our website to learn about the
benefits of working at Northwest Permanente, nwp.kpphysiciancareers.com.
Opportunity for a Physician to join our ED team full-time as the
EMS Director at St Joseph Medical Center in Reading, Pennsylvania. This ED sees
an annual patient volume of 43,000 and has both physician and APC coverage. The
opportunity to grow the EMS Program here is one that is ground level that will
have many resources provided to make a successful program.
Qualified candidates will have current EM Board certifications
and training. We offer competitive pay and benefits along with paid
professional liability insurance with tail coverage.
Reading Pennsylvania is a city pulsating with industrial life
and a strong network of social institutions including hospitals, clubs,
fraternal societies, recreational centers, schools and colleges, the historical
society, and an art institute. The city has the distinction of being a center
of art and culture in part due to its symphony orchestra, two choral societies,
chamber music ensemble civic opera company, and many other excellent music
groups. The city is located in southeastern PA, is the principal city of the
Greater Reading Area and the county seat for Berks County. It is the fifth most
populated city in the state and is approximately 60 miles from Philadelphia.
more information, please contact David Ciccone, Senior Physician Recruiter, at
(856)686-4393 or email@example.com.
Medical Director, Boston EMS, Attending physician, Department of Emergency
Medicine Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine.
Boston Emergency Medical Services (BEMS) and Boston
University School of Medicine (BUSM) are seeking to recruit a board certified Emergency
Medicine Physician for the position of Associate Medical Director, Boston EMS. Clinical
time will be spent at Boston Medical Center (BMC), Department of Emergency
Medicine with an academic appointment at BUSM.
As a bureau of the Boston Public Health
Commission, BEMS bridges the gap between public health and public safety and
plays an important role in the medical aspects of the City’s emergency
preparedness efforts. The ideal applicant will have significant
experience working in a pre-hospital setting with qualifications to provide
medical control for local EMS agencies, as well as interface with hospital, state
and federal partners.
BEMS is a nationally recognized leader, educator and
innovator in the field of pre-hospital emergency medicine and provides both BLS
and ALS clinical care training. In
addition, EMS education includes simulation training, quality assurance work,
administrative duties, and emergency response training via the DelValle
Institute of Emergency Preparedness
The position requires the ability to handle multiple
aspects within a diverse and very busy urban EMS public safety arena and
additional responsibilities include off hours training, field clinical time,
special events coverage, emergency management, and academic/research opportunities
with other duties as necessary.
one of the best cardiac survival rates in the country, Boston EMS has a
national reputation for excellence. At BMC we have an on-site an
emergency cardiac catheterization lab, stroke center and a separate pediatric
emergency medicine unit. BMC is a level one trauma center and the primary
teaching affiliate for BUSM with an established Emergency Medicine residency
program that includes 48 residents annually. Research efforts are supported by a dedicated research section in the
Department of Emergency Medicine at BMC.
For further information, please contact:
Medical Director, Boston
EMS, BPD, BFD
Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Boston University School
University of New Mexico
Our ACGME-accredited fellowship has a proven track
record of training board-eligible emergency medicine physicians for a career in
EMS. We offer a broad introduction to
all aspects of EMS medical direction, EMS research, and EMS clinical practice,
including rural/suburban/urban systems, private and fire-based, air medical
transport, mountain rescue and more: