TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a full-time experienced academic Emergency Medicine physician to lead our team as Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director at Beaumont Hospital-Trenton in Trenton, Michigan. Ideal candidates will be passionate about teaching and as a role model of professionalism. This rewarding leadership opportunity will be available in July 2020. The program is ACGME approved with 24 residents in training for four years and boasts of a 100% pass rate. Both Beaumont Trenton and Dearborn facilities are Level II trauma centers with patient volumes respectively of 39,000 and 91,000. Clinical shifts of 80 hours per month are highly compensated with an RVU plan. You will also be rewarded with an impressive administrative stipend each month.
- Well established and successful EM residency program
- Practice at both Beaumont Trenton and Dearborn
- Effective and passionate leadership teams to work with
- Rewarding clinical and academic compensation
- Access to CME and professional development through the TeamHealth Institute
- EPIC EMR
Southshore is Now Part of the Prestigious Beaumont Health System
Ranked within the top 20 Best Hospitals in the Metro Detroit area, Beaumont Hospital - Trenton, formerly, Oakwood Southshore and Seaway Hospital, has continued to provide the most comprehensive medical care to its patients in an environment that supports the delivery of patient and family centered care. While recently completing a $64 million renovation to its facilities, Beaumont Hospital - Southshore now boasts the only Level 2 Trauma Center serving the Downriver community. This important distinction means that advanced life-saving procedures are readily available 24-hours a day for patients in need.
Trenton is in Wayne County in the southeast portion of Michigan, and at the 2010 census the city population was 18,853. The city is part of Downriver, a collection of mostly blue-collar communities south of Detroit on the west bank of the Detroit River. Many residents are employed in the city's factories such as the Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant, Solutia, and the Trenton Channel Power Plant. There is rail service in the city, which operates the 21,000-square-foot Trenton Veterans Memorial Library and a historical museum.