Emergency Medicine Jobs in New York
Saturday · February 29, 2020
1 Job in The Empire State
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The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent emergency medicine job (Staten Island) is from a hospital-owned practice.
- Pediatric Surgery.
- Richmond University Medical Center (Rumc) is a 470+ bed healthcare facility and teaching institution.
- Offering phenomenal city views, Staten Island has 4 major bridges that connect the island to surrounding areas.
- 24 hour Ultrasound availability.
- Mid day shifts.
- Level 2 Trauma Center for Peds.
- Outdoor recreational options include golfing, fishing, biking, birding, and kayaking.
- Rumc serves borough residents as a leader in the areas of acute, medical and surgical care, including emergency care, surgery, minimally invasive laparoscopic and robotic surgery, gastroenterology, cardiology, pediatrics, podiatry, endocrinology, urology, oncology, orthopedics, neonatal intensive care and maternal health.
- 65,000 annual patient volume including 10,000+ pediatric volume.
- Staten Island is just 5 miles from Manhattan, less than a mile from Brooklyn and minutes from New Jersey.
- Cultural options include Staten Island Zoo, botanical garden, children's museum, shopping, restaurants, Staten Island Yankees minor league baseball team and a 9/11 Memorial.
- Full practice support with advanced practice providers, medical scribes and EMR.
- For quality and patient safety.
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship required.
- Envision Physician Services is seeking a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician is located in Staten Island, NY.
- New ED being built with separate dedicated Peds emergency department.
- Pediatric Orthopedics.
- Rumc has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.
- Pediatric Residency.
- Staten Island is the southernmost county in New York.
- ENT which covers both adults and pediatrics.
- Emergency Department Profile.
This perm job opening was posted
2 weeks ago
by Envision Physician Services