TeamHealth is seeking an outstanding emergency medicine physician to work in the beautiful community hospital, Winter Haven Hospital, located between Tampa and Orlando. This facility sees an annual volume of 79,000 with a 30% admission rate. The emergency department features 51 beds and a fast track. There are 72-74 hours per day of physician coverage and 40 hours of advanced practice clinician coverage daily. We ask that candidates be board eligible or board certified in emergency medicine with ACLS certification.
- No state income tax
- Excellent compensation package
outstanding and friend medical staff
- Very functional layout in the emergency department
- Advance practice clinicians
- Sign on bonus
- Relocation bonus
Community-focused, award-winning care
Founded in 1926, Winter Haven Hospital is a 458-bed hospital with an outstanding reputation for providing unmatched patient-centered care. Boasting a long list of awards, designations and distinctions, Winter Haven Hospital is a Magnet Nursing Center of Excellence, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center and home to a nationally recognized open-heart surgery program. This state-of-the-art facility invests in its community through academic partnerships with the University of Florida, the University of South Florida and many other regional colleges and universities to offer a robust medical library and continuing education programs.
Welcome to warm sunshine!
Within an hour of Tampa and Orlando area attractions and less than 75 miles from the Kennedy Space Center and ocean beaches, Winter Haven boasts affordable living, mild climates, and 14 freshwater lakes. Besides all the entertainment, recreational, and cultural treasures so close by, there are local attractions as well. Historic Bok Sanctuary offers aesthetic and cultural renewal with the Olmsted gardens, the music of a singing carillon tower, a walking trail, and the splendor of Pinewood Estate. Winter Haven is also home to Fantasy of Flight, an aviation-themed attraction featuring the story of early flight through World War II and beyond.