TeamHealth has an excellent full-time opportunity for an Assistant Facility Medical Director to join our leadership team at Memorial Hermann Southeast and Memorial Hermann League City Convenient Care Center near Houston, Texas. Memorial Hermann Southeast is a Level III trauma center that sees 65,000 patients annually with a 23% admission rate and a pediatric rate of 20%. There are 58 hours of physician coverage daily, as well as 36 hours of advanced practice clinician coverage and 60 hours of scribes.
The facility also features a TeamHealth obstetrics program that started in May of 2016. This facility has 274 licensed hospital beds, 26 ED beds with an additional 8 fast track beds and 11 results pending chairs. Memorial Hermann League City Convenient Care is a freestanding ED that opened up in February 2018. This 47,000 square foot medical facility is Memorial Hermann's largest Convenient Care Center seeing an average of 18 patients a day and offering on-site imaging and lab services.
Located in a suburban community in Southeast Houston, Clearlake, the home of NASA, is an exciting place to call home. We ask that you be Emergency Medicine certified or eligible to apply for this position with leadership experience preferred.
- Leadership stipend
- Sign-on bonus
- Professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Excellent sub-specialty back-up
- Flexible schedule
Regional leader in quality care
Located in the heart of southeast Houston, Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital is a 293-bed hospital serving the community since 1963. This facility offers a full range of care services delivered using the latest technology, and is well-awarded for its high standard of care. Southeast Hospital is a part of Memorial Hermann, one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in southeast Texas and a regional leader in quality care. As such, the facility has access to a network of 15 hospitals and numerous specialty programs and services located throughout Houston.
The Bayou City
Number 4 in the U.S. by population, Houston is proud to be an international city, and the most ethnically diverse in the nation. Residents enjoy a low cost of living and a modern industry base with thriving energy, aerospace, healthcare and trade sectors. Only New York City is home to more Fortune 500 headquarters, and the Port of Houston makes it the top U.S. city for exports. Healthcare professionals will find a rich and vibrant medical community in the home of the world's largest medical center. The Texas Medical Center is comprised of more than 50 non-profit member organizations dedicated to teaching, research and patient care. Leading medical schools including The Baylor College of Medicine, and best in class specialty care institutions such as The Menninger Clinic and MD Anderson Cancer Center draw medical students, researchers, clinicians and patients from all over the world. Located within 50 miles of the Gulf of Mexico, Houston enjoys a year-round warm climate and a mean winter temperature of 53 degrees. Amenities including Rice University, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, two international airports, major professional sports teams, thriving arts and culture, downtown living, and family-friendly suburbs make Houston a destination with something for everyone.