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(Archived) Emergency Medicine Physician

Last Updated: 5/12/19

Job Description

Schumacher Clinical Partners is a privately held, physician-driven company dedicated to helping hospitals and providers focus on delivering high-quality patient care. As one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing healthcare organizations specializing in Emergency and Hospital Medicine, SCP partners with more than 7,500 providers to care for 8 million patients annually in 400 facilities across 30 states.

Job Details

  • Opening November 2018
  • 19K annual ED volume
  • 12 hour shifts
  • 24 hour physician coverage
  • 24 hour NP/PA coverage
  • EMR: EPIC
  • Must speak Spanish


Facility Information

Mount Sinai Medical Center Hialeah is a brand new state-of-the-art freestanding Emergency Department located in the town of Hialeah. This facility is expected to open in November 2018 and is a part of Mount Sinai Medical Center, the largest private independent not-for-profit teaching hospital in South Florida.  



Community Description

Located in South Florida just bordering the The Florida Everglades, Hialeah is less than half an hour northwest of Miami and about 45 minutes south of Fort Lauderdale. Hialeah offers a friendly community, plenty of local amenities, and low crime rates. With beautiful neighborhoods, this town is a great place for families to live.



We offer a competitive compensation package, leadership training and development, SCP University with over 200 hours of free CMEs and more.

Company Details


SCP Health

Hollywood, Florida, United States

SCP Health (SCP) is a clinical company. At our core we work to bring hospitals and healers together in the pursuit of clinical effectiveness. With a portfolio of over 8 million patients, 7500 providers, 30 states, and 400 healthcare facilities, SCP Health is a leader in clinical practice management spanning the entire continuum of care, including emergency medicine, hospital medicine, we...