Hospitalist job in Hastings, NE
Archway Physician Recruitment
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Hospitalist
Location Hastings, Nebraska, United States

Job Description

Updated Date : 8/15/22
Hospitalist opening in NE Located in Hastings, NE Full-Time & Permanent Seeking a BE/BC Hospitalist to join hospital. - Adult inpatient hospital medicine services are currently provided by a Hospitalist Service that employs a combination of board certified physicians trained in Internal Medicine and Family Practice. - Hospitalist service patient care is limited to the adult medical population. - Internal Medicine or Family Medicine with clinical training in the full spectrum of adult inpatient medicine. - The successful candidate will be actively involved in the inpatient setting, providing general medical care and management of hospitalized patients. - Essential duties will include admission, care management of, and discharge of patients on behalf of primary care staff physicians utilizing the service, primary care physicians from outside communities who lack admitting privileges, specialty physicians who refer patients for admission to the Hospital or unassigned patients who are admitted through the emergency department. Location: Hastings is a city and county seat of Adams County, Nebraska, United States. It is known as the town where Kool-Aid was invented by Edwin Perkins in 1927, and celebrates that event with the Kool-Aid Days festival every August. Hastings, Nebraska is a rural community rooted in hometown values and civic pride that maintains quality of life, through special places, cultural offerings and a stable economy. Hastings has a population of 24,907, is centrally located, easily accessible and recognized for its sprawling parks, cultural activities, historic architecture and first class education, medical and sporting facilities. Here you'll find Hastings College, one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges; the Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History and Theatre -- showing films daily on a screen that's five stories tall and 70 feet wide; a 5-acre water park; a bustling downtown district and much more. Hastings welcomes birders from around the world who wish to take in the spectacular annual migration of cranes and waterfowl as they stopover along the Platte River and in the Rainwater Basin each March, is home of the Nebraska Amateur Softball Association's Smith Softball Complex and the site of a premier 2.1 mile road racing course called Motorsport Park Hastings. Hastings was born in 1872 when the St. Joseph and Denver City Railroads crossed near the small homestead of determined English settler Walter Micklen. Historical markers for both the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express can be found nearby. Hastings is recognized as the "Official Birthplace of Kool-Aid," as it was invented here in 1927 by Edwin Perkins.