Advance your career with TeamHealth as emergency medicine medical director by joining the team at Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria, Louisiana! Enjoy working on the beautiful campus that Rapides Regional Medical Center offers along with easy access to all of the recreational fun that the local Red River has to offer to enjoy on your days off. When working at Rapides Regional Medical Center, you are working with a community of TeamHealth colleagues as TeamHealth also manages hospital medicine and ICU at this facility. In this role, you will enjoy a highly competitive compensation structure along with a generous monthly stipend and the opportunity for sign-on and relocation bonuses. If you are interested in an exciting opportunity offering opportunity for growth in the emergency medicine field, this is the perfect opportunity for you -apply today!
- 60K annual volume
- 1.65 patients per hour
- Well-staffed facility with physicians and advanced practice clinicians (APC)
- Beautiful hospital campus
- TeamHealth offers LEAD, leadership courses for medical directors along with all kinds of other support
Rapides Regional Medical Center (RRMC) has been part of central Louisiana for more than 100 years. The medical center is a 328-bed, innovative medical facility and Level II trauma center with more than 200 physicians from 30 medical specialties. This facility boasts the area's only pediatric intensive care unit, the largest neonatal intensive care unit, cutting-edge cancer treatment and orthopedic services, and the area's most comprehensive cardiac program. The hospital also has multiple accreditations and certifications and is well-awarded for clinical excellence. In spring of 2018, RRMC was awarded an "A" Hospital Safety Grade by the Leapfrog group.
History and culture
Alexandria lies on the south bank of the Red River in almost the exact geographic center of the state. Summers are hot and humid, and winters are mild with occasional cold snaps. With plenty of lakes, parks, and golf courses, you'll have chances to enjoy the outdoors. Historical churches, plantations, and towns appeal to history buffs while quaint shops and main streets keeps the cultural side of you happy!