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Emergency Medicine Physician in Carthage, Texas

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TeamHealth currently has a full-time (FT), part-time (PT) and PRN openings for an emergency medicine (EM) physician for UT Health Carthage in Carthage, Texas. Qualified candidates must be board certified/board eligible in emergency medicine (ABEM or ABOEM) or internal medicine/family practice with emergency medicine experience.

UT Health Pittsburg is one of 10 facilities that comprise UT Health East Texas:

  • Comprised of 10 hospitals
  • More than 50 physician clinics
  • 13 regional rehabilitation facilities
  • 2 free standing emergency centers
  • Home health services covering 41 counties
  • EMS fleet of more than 45 ambulances, 4 helicopters
  • Comprehensive 7 trauma center care network
  • Level 1 Trauma Center
  • Partnership with the University of Texas System, providing patients access to leading-edge research and clinical therapies

Facility Highlights:
  • Critical access hospital
  • 10,056 annual volume
  • 8 beds
  • 24 hours of physician coverage
  • Level IV Trauma Center
  • Hospitalist on site
  • 24 hour radiology
  • 24 hour coverage for laboratory services
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Position Highlights:

  • Excellent compensation
  • Paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage
  • More than 300,000 CME hours available through the TeamHealth institute
  • Extraordinary network of clinicians and potential career growth opportunities

East Texas Medical Center - Carthage

Carthage, Texas

 

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