TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a full-time physician to join our emergency department team at Rome Memorial Hospital in Rome, New York. This 30,000 volume ED offers 24 hours of physician coverage and 20 hours of advanced practice clinician coverage daily. This 18-bed ED includes a Fast Track, and clinicians see approximately 2 patients per hour. This position offers independent contractor status and access to a tremendous network of career development opportunities. We ask that you be board certified or board eligible in Emergency Medicine or Primary care with extensive Emergency Medicine experience.
- Competitive compensation
- Malpractice insurance with tail coverage
- Over 300,000 hours of free CME available in the TeamHealth Institute
- Sign-on and relocation incentives for full-time candidates
More than a century of non-profit care
Serving the community for more than 130 years, Rome Memorial Hospital is a non-profit acute care facility with 130 licensed acute care beds and an 80-bed skilled nursing facility. This facility provides a wide range of care services to the community including general medical and surgical care, pediatric care, intensive care, obstetric, long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation, and senior behavioral healthcare, as well as a full array of outpatient services. All of these services are backed by the facility's commitment to delivering high quality care using evidence-based practices and the latest in medical technology. Rome Memorial Hospital is an affiliate of St. Joseph's Health, a non-profit regional health care system based in Syracuse, New York, focused on advancing and expanding the range of healthcare services provided at their facilities.
Rome, New York
Rome is in Oneida County of upstate New York and has a population of about 32,850. Rome is one of two principal cities in the Utica/Rome Metropolitan Statistical Area in the south-central part of the county. Known as the City of American History, Rome is in the heart of the Leatherstocking Region made famous by James Fenimore Cooper's “Leatherstocking Tales.”