Lead our emergency medicine and hospitalist programs in this unique role at Bourbon Community Hospital in Paris, Kentucky, just outside of Lexington. Our 58-bed facility and 9-bed emergency department has an annual emergency department (ED) patient volume of 12,000 with an average of 1.4 patients per hour. The emergency department provides 24-hours of physician coverage. The patient admission rate is 16%. Medhost EMR system is utilized in our ED. Procedures are not required. Some exposure to hospital medicine is a plus. We ask that you be board certified or board eligible in emergency medicine, family medicine or internal medicine. Current ACLS, ATLS and PALS certifications are required. TeamHealth is committed to strengthening hospitals, supporting physicians and improving healthcare.
- Enhanced sign-on bonus for qualified candidates
- Support of a nationwide network of world-class clinicians
- Access to professional development tools, educational resources and CME through the TeamHealth Institute
- Stability of a respected industry leader
- Access to TeamHealth's clinician wellness program with services assisting from childcare, financial planning, burnout and more
- Paid professional liability insurance including tail coverage
- Practice with confidence as a member of TeamHealth's national Patient Safety Organization
- Access to leadership development programs such as LEADership Fundamentals, LEAD (Leadership Education and Development), CDA (Coach Development Academy), the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and the National Medical Leadership Conference (NMLC)
A large city in thoroughbred horse country
In the heart of Kentucky's thoroughbred horse country, Lexington offers a moderate year-round climate with four well-defined seasons. Watch sporting events and theater at the University of Kentucky, or visit the many horse farms, world-class golf courses, and cultural events the city has to offer. Lexington is close to many important Kentucky historical sites, the state capital of Frankfort, and Louisville, one of the state's largest cities and home of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby.