Seeking full-time emergency medicine physician for Orange Park Medical Center, level 2 trauma center in Jacksonville, Florida. This facility has an ED volume of 51,000 with full specialty backup. This position is set to start Fall 2021. Requirements are ABEM or AOBEM board certified or board eligible and a minimum of 120 hours/month. Our first class of EM residents will graduate next summer, great opportunity to work with residents.
- -Independent contractor status
-Paid professional liability insurance with tail included
-Sign on bonus
-Free online CME
Orange Park Medical Center
Orange Park Medical Center is a full-service, acute-care hospital with 317 inpatient beds located in the heart of Orange Park, providing medical care to Clay County and surrounding communities. The hospital has 170 private rooms. There are nine labor, delivery and recovery room suites for new mothers and a seven-bed, Level-2 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) for premature babies and those born with special needs. There is also a 24-bed psychiatric unit, 20-bed inpatient rehabilitation unit and 20 intensive care unit (ICU) beds. This emergency department (ED) provides 52 treatment bays with four rooms that can quickly be converted in order to accommodate psychiatric patients. The ED treats approximately 65,000 patients per year which includes the adult ED, pediatric ED, and Express Care. The length of stay is below the national average. In addition to two state-of-the-art Interventional Cardiovascular Catheterization labs, this facility has a full complement of ancillary services including 64-slice CT scan, on-site laboratory, decontamination tent, and air medical services transport are available.
Enjoy Florida's natural side
Located on the Atlantic Ocean in the far northeast corner of Florida, Jacksonville is the 12th largest city in the U.S. based on population, but the largest in land area. It ranks 10th among the fastest growing cities in the country, due to its convenient location, mild climate, reasonable cost of living and high quality of life. Jacksonville has a variety of homes and neighborhoods to suit every taste and budget; home prices are below the U.S. average. Given its wealth of family-oriented activities, it is an excellent place to raise children and put down roots. Jacksonville's diverse cultural scene includes museums, art collections, and a variety of performing arts as well as annual jazz and film festivals. Residents have numerous recreational choices; the city operates the largest U.S. urban park system, has miles of beautiful beaches and waterways and is home to many golf and tennis facilities. Jacksonville's climate is humid subtropical with mild winters and warm summers.