TeamHealth is looking for emergency medicine physicians to join our emergency department team at Fairview Park Hospital in Dublin, Georgia. Fairview Park is a state-of-the-art 190-bed acute care facility, conveniently located in the hear of middle Georgia. This community hospital provides 24-hour emergency coverage, inpatient and outpatient surgery options and rehabilitation services. In addition, Fairview provides specialty services through facilities such as the Sleep Center at Fairview Park, the Same Day Surgery Center, the Heart Center at Fairview Park, and the Women’s Imaging Center. This 22-bed ED and Level III trauma center sees 51,000 patients annually and features 4 dedicated pediatric rooms. The facility offers 36 hours of physician coverage, 36 hours of APC coverage and strong leadership and nursing staff. We ask that you be residency trained and board certified in ABEM/AOBEM. The city of Dublin is located in the heart of Georgia and is only one hour from Macon, two hours from Atlanta and two hours from the beautiful coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Along with this great location, this city offers reasonable taxes, good schools and a tightly knit neighborhood.
- competitive compensation package
- paid malpractice
- free CME
- relocation bonuses
A local healthcare leader, Fairview Park Hospital is a state-of-the-art, 190-bed acute care facility providing emergency medicine, inpatient and outpatient care services and rehabilitation therapy services to the Dublin community. In addition to providing high quality care, Fairview Park Hospital plays an integral role in the community it serves. The facility hosts health fairs, screenings, fundraisers and annual outreach events, like movies on the hospital's lawn.
Dublin is the county seat of Laurens County, Georgia. The city was named after Dublin, Ireland, because the Middle Georgia piedmont reminded Irish settlers of terrain in their native country. Located halfway between Savannah and Atlanta, the small city became home to an assortment of industrial distribution centers, which complemented various industries—textiles, furniture, and paper, among others—that had already established themselves there in the second half of the 20th century.