TeamHealth has an opportunity for an emergency medicine (EM) physician to join our teams at Old Bridge Medical Center (Old Bridge, New Jersey) and Raritan Bay Medical Center (Perth Amboy, New Jersey). This position provides the opportunity to work in two different practice settings with a 20,000 volume emergency department (ED) at Old Bridge and a 35,000 volume ED at Raritan Bay. This unique opening provides flexible scheduling, daily advanced practice clinician (APC) coverage, and access to extensive CME and professional development. We are accepting applicants who are board certified or board eligible in emergency medicine.
- RVU-based compensation model with guaranteed base
- Independent contractor status
- Access to employee wellness program
- Free CME through the TeamHealth Institute
- Opportunities for professional development
Raritan Bay Medical Center and Old Bridge Medical Center
Raritan Bay Medical Center (RBMC) has served central New Jersey since 1902, offering a comprehensive range of care services at its Perth Amboy and Old Bridge facilities. Together, these two locations house 501 hospital beds. RBMC is a New Jersey state-designated primary stroke center and recipient of the American Stroke Association and American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines Stroke Silver Plus and Heart Failure Gold Performance Achievement Awards. The facility has been designated a Magnet Hospital for nursing excellence three time, making it one of less than seven percent of hospitals nationally to achieve re-designation.
Old Bridge, New Jersey
A 2005 and 2007 contender for Money magazine's title of one of the best places to live in the U.S., Old Bridge Township is a bedroom suburb of New York City and is located about 25 miles from Manhattan across Raritan Bay from Staten Island. Enjoy the outdoors at one of Old Bridge's several beautiful parks and gardens. Old Bridge Township is home to the state's premier and most famous motor sports park, the Old Bridge Township Raceway Park. The raceway hosts a variety of both motor sports and non-motor sport events during the season from late February through late November.