TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a full-time physician to join our Pediatric Emergency Department team at Chilton Medical Center in Pompton Plains, New Jersey. This 10,000 volume Pediatric ED is a hybrid unit that includes an observation area. There are approximately 30 patients per day, with scheduled 12-hour shifts. There are currently 4 beds in the ED. Common ED presentations are abdominal pain, fractures, suturing, pneumonia and colds. Our patient satisfaction scores have been 99%. Chilton Medical Center is nestled in a very affluent community. The benefits of working at Chilton's Pediatric ED include nurse and tech support during the day, our EMR has switched to EPIC, and it is located in close proximity to New York City, New York.
- Excellent sub-specialty backup
- Flexible schedule
- Professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Sign-on bonus
Award-winning care in a non-profit healthcare system
Chilton Medical Center is a 223-bed facility providing a full range of award-winning medical services to northeastern New Jersey just outside New York City. Named the top mid-sized hospital in New Jersey for 2018 by Castle Connolly, Chilton Medical Center is highly awarded for clinical excellence. Other recent recognition includes the Lifeline Bronze Receiving Quality Achievement Award and the American Heart and American Stroke Association s Get With The Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite. Chilton Medical Center is a part of the Atlantic Health System, one of the leading non-profit healthcare systems in New Jersey, committed to ensuring that all who enter their system receive high quality, cost-efficient and timely care.
Small town atmosphere
Pompton Plains is in Morris County, in the New York metro area. The township is primarily a residential area that encompasses two communities, Pequannock and Pompton Plains. Recorded history of the township dates to 1695 when the area was originally settled. Pequannock was incorporated in 1740, making it older than our nation itself. Community growth was greatest in the 1950s during which time the population more than doubled. During the early 1990s, a planned residential development known as The Glens was constructed, adding 583 homes.