Hilo Medical Center (HMC) is the largest facility in the Hawaii Health Systems Corporation. Established in 1897, HMC has grown from a 10-bed hospital to the present facility of 264 licensed beds, consisting of 130 acute licensed and 22 skilled nursing beds, including a 20-bed psychiatry unit, a separate 112-bed licensed extended care facility and an accredited home care agency. Also on the campus is the Hilo Surgical Associates Office, St. Francis Dialysis Center, the Veterans Administration Community Based Outpatient Clinic and the medical center's Hawaii Pacific Oncology Center.
Hilo Medical Center features 4 physicians for coverage during the day. Daytime shifts are 11 hours, 7am-6pm. Night shifts are 7pm-7am (approximately 3-4 shifts per month).
You will enjoy block scheduling - 5-on/5-off or 6-on/6-off models.
- Comprehensive benefits package and stipend
- Excellent hourly rate
- Paid professional liability insurance and tail coverage
- Access to leadership development programs such as Leadership Education and Development (LEAD), Coach Development Academy (CDA), National Medical Leadership Conference (NMLC) and diversity and inclusion programs
- Access to professional development tools, educational resources and CME through TeamHealth Institute
- Association with a leading physician practice in the U.S.
- Stability of a respected industry leader
- Leadership and growth opportunities to further your career
- Access to TeamHealth's clinician wellness program
As the Big Island's leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care, Hilo Medical Center delivers a full range of services and programs. Our 20-acre campus consists of 275 beds located throughout the acute hospital, behavioral health unit and our long-term care facility. We have 1,000 employees and a medical staff comprised 250 community physicians, physician assistants and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, representing 33 specialties. As a medical center, we have a network of 9 outpatient clinics offering primary and specialty care. The hospital is a Level III Trauma Center which includes the second busiest emergency room in the state that provides 24-hour care to more than 43,000 patients annually.
The laid-back city of Hilo, Hawaii, is built around crescent-shaped Hilo Bay on the coast of the Big Island. The largest city on the island, Hilo is near major attractions such as the Panaewa Rainforest Zoo, the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, and the Lyman Museum. Due to its size, the Big Island enjoys gentle seas all year on the leeward side, and of course there are many beautiful beaches. Hilo is an old sugar town, and many of its buildings date back to the turn of the 19th century. They show off the unique architecture of Hawaii, which combines splashes of western, Art Deco, and Renaissance revival influences.
The region surrounding Hilo is blessed with dramatic waterfalls, fertile rainforests and blooming gardens. Downtown Hilo waterfront is vibrant, home to great museums, art galleries, unique shops and perennial favorites like the Hilo Farmers Market. Hilo's newest world-class attraction, the Imiloa astronomy Center, is housed beneath three striking titanium cones representing the three largest mountains on Hawaii Island. Here you can explore and enjoy many natural wonders including Rainbow Falls and Boiling Pots in Wailuku River State Park, beautiful parks, as well as many botanical gardens and orchid farms.