Deliver safe, high-quality patient care as a full-time emergency medicine physician at Fairview Park Hospital in Dublin, Georgia. This 22-bed emergency department (ED) has an annual patient volume of 51,000.
Fairview Park Hospital is a medium acuity facility with Level III trauma designation and a 14% admission rate. This hospital has 36 hours of daily MD and APC coverage. Meditech EMR utilized.
For more than 40 years, our history and national footprint in emergency medicine allows us to achieve the highest standards in care, informed by decades of evidence-based data. To that end, we’ve created robust risk management programs to help our clinicians feel confident in their work. We harness a nationwide collection of tools, clinical resources and collective knowledge for our emergency medicine clinicians who provide the best for their patients.
- Independent contractor status
- Highly attractive hourly rates
- Paid professional liability insurance
- Access to TeamHealth's clinician wellness program
- Association with a leading physician practice in the U.S.
- Stability of a respected industry leader
- Access to professional development tools, educational resources and CME through TeamHealth Institute
- Leadership and growth opportunities to further your career
- Sign-on and relocation bonus
- Close to Atlanta and Macon
A local healthcare leader, Fairview Park Hospital is a state-of-the-art, 190-bed acute care facility providing emergency medicine, inpatient and outpatient care services and rehabilitation therapy services to the Dublin community. In addition to providing high quality care, Fairview Park Hospital plays an integral role in the community it serves. The facility hosts health fairs, screenings, fundraisers and annual outreach events, like movies on the hospital's lawn.
Dublin is the county seat of Laurens County, Georgia. The city was named after Dublin, Ireland, because the Middle Georgia piedmont reminded Irish settlers of terrain in their native country. Located halfway between Savannah and Atlanta, the small city became home to an assortment of industrial distribution centers, which complemented various industries including textiles, furniture, and paper, among others.