TeamHealth is looking for an experienced emergency medicine clinician to join our core emergency department (ED) team. Work with the most respected emergency medicine group nationally. Clinicians will need to be residency trained and board certified in emergency medicine. ATLS, ACLS, and PALS required.
St. Francis Hospital's emergency department features an annual volume of 55,000 with a 20% admission rate. There are 40 emergency department (ED) beds in the facility. Enjoy the support of 49 hours of daily physician coverage and 59 hours of daily advanced practice clinician (APC) coverage.
- Employee status
- Flexible scheduling
- Competitive compensation
- Paid professional insurance with tail coverage
Full range of care
St. Francis Hospital is a 376-bed facility employing more than 2,700 employees and 300 physicians. It provides inpatient, outpatient and emergency medicine services, and offers the only open heart surgery program in the area. In 2017, St. Francis received a 5-star rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. It is a highly ranked hospital and the only hospital in the region to have earned acute coronary syndrome care certification from the Joint Commission.
Directly across the Chattahoochee River, Columbus has a classically restored and lively downtown. It is only 90 minutes south of Atlanta, four hours from Savannah and a short drive to the beautiful, white sand beaches on the Florida Panhandle. Columbus has a strong public and private school system. Many companies are headquartered here. With a population of about 200,000, Columbus is home to many museums, including the National Civil War Naval Museum and Coca-Cola Space Science Museum. There is something for everyone in Columbus, from biking and white water rafting, to geocaching, bird-watching and zip lining. Take a stroll along the lovely pedestrian trail that winds through the city! Columbus has a humid subtropical climate with daytime summer temperatures often reaching highs in the mid-90s and low temperatures in the winter averaging in the upper 30s.