ED Nocturnist opening in Vermont
- Located in Rutland, VT - Burlington 69m, Manchester, NH 120m
- Full-time, permanent position
- Stand alone, not-for-profit 150 bed hospital
- Employed opportunity with good benefits
- Second largest hospital in Vermont
Our energetic and engaged group is seeking a Fulltime Nocturnist.
This is an employed position with a 20% night differential.
ABEM Board Certified Emergency Physician with at least two years of clinical experience preferred. EM residency trained
Board Eligible physicians will certainly be considered, must be within 5 years of completion of residency with plans to
Paid vacation annually, 5% of worked time, increases to 8% with 5 years of service. Generous Malpractice, Health, Dental, and Disability benefits/ insurance, 403b with hospital match, Defined Contribution retirement account, college savings accounts, and tax-deferred earnings program
9 hour shifts; Full-time physician covers 14 shifts per month. 45 hours of MD coverage per day. 20 hours of APP coverage per day.
Annual volume 32,000. 26 bed state of the art department. 24 hour radiology and lab services available.
Robust ultrasound program (Zonaire).
Level III-equivalent Trauma Center. Tertiary care center support by either Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, University of Vermont Medical Center, or Albany Medical Center with ground or helicopter transport available
The hospital is licensed for 133 beds. Service area 85,000.
Charts reviewed by dedicated Emergency Department Coders.
- Centrally located; 3 hours from Montreal and Boston, and 5 hours by car or train to NYC
- Low student to teacher ratio allows for a solid education for kids
- Great outdoor adventures for a very healthy lifestyle.
-Full benefits of health, dental, vision, and short and long term disability
-403B with hospital contribution
-Defined contribution retirement account, vacation, malpractice insurance
-CME and relocation allowance
Live and work in the beautiful mountains of Vermont.
Rutland, VT is home to the state's largest year-round farmers market, a brilliantly restored 1912 Paramount Theatre, incredible public art installations, an engaging children's museum and more. You may notice that many of our buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places due to the area's designation as the Rutland Downtown Historic District. Downtown Rutland is also close to several indoor and outdoor recreational areas including the Long Trail, Killington and Pico Mountains, Pine Hill Park, and Castleton Arena and Giorgetti Arena.