ER need in Medford, OR
Tualatin, Oregon, United States
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Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Emergency Medicine
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Locums/Travel
Work Environment Hospital
Location Medford, Oregon, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 3/23/23
Type of Provider(s) client will accept (Including Specialty): ABEM/AOBEM/BE within 5 years of residency
If needed, is there a collaborating physician available or in place? Yes
Does the Provider need to prescribe? Yes
Is there a state specific CSR that will be needed? Yes
Certifications required: (BC, BE, or GP) (BLS, ACLS, ATLS, PALS): BC, BE BLS, ACLS, PALS
Background Experience:
Credentialing Requirements/Timeframe: 60-90 Days
Interview Time(s) (Including time zone): TBD
Closest major city, airport: Medford
Health System/Clinic or Group? Health System
Start Date: As soon as credentialed
Dates: Provider to start in January and offer as many shifts as they that month - after January there are not as many holes so sporadic coverage is okay however they can still use them if needed between the two sites
LOA (# of days worked): All shifts available
Work Schedule: Varies on shift - Minimum of 7 shifts per month
Call Schedule: N/A
Inpatient or Outpatient: Inpatient
Patient Volume: 42,000 annual volume
Staffing Mix: APPs and MD's
EM physicians supervise the APP’s in the Emergency department
EMR – Is training provided? EPIC
In general, there are always at least 2 providers 24/7. From 0200-0900 there is one MD and one NP/PA present. During the day provider numbers swell up to 5 when fully staffed.
There are a multitude of RN's.
There are numerous techs which obtain, EKG's, set up for laceration repair, place splints, etc.
There are multiple Respiratory therapists available.
There is a secretary that makes our calls for us
2. Specialty back up:
Surgery 24/7 on-call, come from home nearby at night.
Pediatrics 24/7 call, pediatrics are typically transferred to a nearby hospital for inpatient stays.
ENT has some holes in their call schedule, there are only 2 of these in town.
We don't have orthopedic coverage on some days, it depends on the month.
Cardiology has 24/7 call, they are in house Mon-Friday during the day, but are at our neighboring hospital nights and weekends. They perform diagnostic catheterizations here, Interventional cardiology and EP studies are at our sister hospital.
Podiatry is usually 24/7, there may be a sporadic day there is no coverage but there are lots of providers in our community.
OB/gyn coverage is 24/7.
Intensivist is here during the daytime hours, hospitalists cover the ICU at night.
Ophthamology has 24/7 coverage.
Neurology and Stroke Neurology is through telemedicine and we have a "stroke robot" through which they can examine the patient.
We don't have Urology, Nephrology, or Neurosurgery and rely on our nearby hospitals/specialists when needed.