TeamHealth has an exciting opportunity available for an experienced emergency medicine physician assistant or nurse practitioner to join our emergency medicine team at Lake Cumberland Regional Medical Center located in Somerset, Kentucky. Lake Cumberland is a 295-bed facility. Clinicians must be ACLS, ATLS and PALS certified.
- Competitive compensation
- Generous paid time off
- Excellent health benefits
- 401K with company match
- Access to professional development tools, educational resources and CME through the TeamHealth Institute
- Practice with confidence as a member of TeamHealth's national Patient Safety Organization
- Stability of a respected industry leader
- Access to TeamHealth's clinician wellness program and referral program
Leading the way in healthcare
A 295-bed acute-care facility, Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital provides quality care for an 11-county region in south central Kentucky. Facility services include complete cardiac care, a neurosurgery program rated among the best in the nation, a complete clinical laboratory, 24-hour emergency medicine care, intensive care units, surgical services and diagnostic imaging. Specialized service offerings include women's health, pediatrics, a Level II neonatal nursery, cardiopulmonary care and behavioral health. With a staff of more than 1,200 personnel, Lake Cumberland Regional Medical Center is home to more than 170 physicians representing 38 different specialties.
The great outdoors
Somerset, Kentucky, is located near Lake Cumberland. With activities like hiking, camping, boating, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing, 50,000-acre Lake Cumberland is one of the largest recreational lakes in the state. A fisherman's dream, Lake Cumberland is loaded with crappie, bream, walleye, trout, catfish, and all of the five species of bass (largemouth, smallmouth, white, Kentucky, and rock). There are many local county marinas and state parks in the area, such as Cumberland Falls State Park that is the location of the 2nd largest waterfall in the eastern U.S. and is one of only a few known locations in the world where moonbows regularly appear.