Deliver compassionate patient care as a full-time physician on our emergency department team at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in Enid, Oklahoma.
You’ll be able to learn and grow alongside the best in emergency medicine, with mentors, education and avenues for professional development that feed into your career path at TeamHealth. You’ll also have all the benefits of our powerful national network with rigorous risk management to feel confident in your work. But more importantly, you’ll be free to focus on making your work meaningful—with the power to make the right decisions for your patients, as part of a community of clinicians who care as much as you do.
At TeamHealth, our purpose is to perfect the practice of medicine, every day, in everything we do.
We are proud to be the leading physician practice in the U.S., driven by our commitment to quality and safety and supported by our world-class operating team. To improve the experience of our physicians and advanced practice clinicians, we empower them to act on what they believe is right, free clinicians from distractions so they can focus on patient care, invest in learning and development to promote growth in the clinical field and foster an environment where continuous improvement is a shared priority.
- Competitive compensation
- Employee benefits for full-time
- Paid malpractice with tail coverage
- Flexible schedule
- Supportive leadership
- Patient Safety Organization membership
- Physician driven, patient focused leading healthcare organization
- Access to TeamHealth's Clinician Wellness program
- Stability of a respected industry leader
St. Mary's Regional Medical Center
St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in Enid, Oklahoma is a 229-bed hospital serving the inpatient and outpatient needs of the Northwest Oklahoma community. It is a Level III facility with an annual volume of 17,000. The emergency department has 17 beds. 11 hours or daily APC coverage and EMR is Cerner.
Enid is a city in Garfield County, Oklahoma. In 2010, the population was 49,379, making it the ninth largest city in Oklahoma. It is also the county seat of Garfield County. Founded during the opening of the Cherokee Outlet in the Land Run of 1893, Enid is named after a character in Alfred Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King. In 1991, the Oklahoma state legislature designated Enid the Purple Martin Capital of Oklahoma. Enid also holds the nicknames of Queen Wheat City and Wheat Capital of Oklahoma and the United States for its immense grain storage capacity, and it has the third largest grain storage capacity in the world. The economy of Enid is diverse, but its foundation is the oil and gas industry and agriculture.