Become a part of TeamHealth's rich history by joining our team in the emergency department at St. Anthony Hospital in Gig Harbor, Washington. TeamHealth has an excellent Assistant Medical Director opportunity for a physician who is experienced and boarded in Emergency Medicine. As a TeamHealth physician leader, you"ll enjoy a leadership stipend and unprecedented support, including leadership training and development through the TeamHealth Institute and opportunities to advance your leadership career.
TeamHealth is dedicated to developing and promoting our physicians from within, giving you the opportunity to grow into local, regional and national leadership roles with TeamHealth. We ask that all applicants be experienced in a leadership role in a medium-sized ED with moderate to high acuity.
St. Clare has a 20-bed ED has an annual volume of 22,000 patients. St. Anthony is an 80-bed hospital and a Level 4 Trauma Center. TeamHealth offers a great work-life balance that gives you quality time with family and time to enjoy the community and the outdoors.
- competitive compensation
- flexible schedule
- advanced practice clinician coverage
- excellent sub-specialty backup
- supportive administration
- access to CME and professional development through the TeamHealth Institute
- and priceless intangible benefits like the mentorship and support of a national network of world-class Emergency Medicine experts
Excellence in care near Puget Sound
St. Anthony Hospital is an 80-bed facility offering a wide range of care in Gig Harbor and the surrounding area south of Seattle, Washington. The facility provides recognized cancer care at Jane Thompson Russell Cancer Care Center, Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology services, Emergency Medicine and expert inpatient and outpatient Surgical Services, including minimally invasive surgery. The facility is part of CHI Franciscan Health, one of the largest health care systems in the Puget Sound area.
A natural playground
True to its name, Lakewood is nestled among a dozen large and small lakes and massive Sequoias and redwoods in the western sector of the state. With this wealth of lakes comes numerous boating and rowing destinations, or you may prefer a nature walk to watch wildlife such as the woodland caribou or bison that can be seen on the five miles of trail found at Northwest Trek. Lakewood takes pride in its nationally acclaimed estate garden, Lakewold Gardens. The ideal location of Lakewood makes it a convenient base for dozens of destinations in western Washington. Take a quick trip to Mt. Rainier National Park to see the highest mountain in Washington State as well as 26 major glaciers, 34 waterfalls, 62 lakes, and 600-year-old forests. And getting to Lakewood could not be easier. Just go 30 miles south of Seattle on Interstate 5; Lakewood is near the southern end of Puget Sound. Tacoma is just north of Lakewood, and the state capital of Olympia is just 25 miles south.