We have an opportunity for Pediatric EM Physicians and General Pediatricians to join our team at Dayton Children’s and a new free-standing Pediatric Emergency Department in Dayton, Ohio. Physicians will work between the two facilities. The main ED is a certified Trauma II center with an annual volume of approximately 80,000 patients per year. Our ED has 46 beds which includes Fast-Track teams, and offers 63 hours of Physician coverage per day, and 12 hours of APC coverage per day. There is an anticipated volume of 14,000 in the new Freestanding ED (opening January 2017) in the first year with an estimation of 22,000 by the third year. The new state-of-the-art Pediatric ED will be approximately 13,000-square-feet with 16 rooms. We will staff the new ED with 24-hour Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician coverage with supplemental General Pediatrics coverage during peak hours. Fellowship trained Pediatric Emergency Medicine physicians and General Pediatricians are preferred. We will consider Emergency Medicine trained Physicians with extensive pediatric experience, or grandfathered Pediatric Emergency Medicine certified Physicians who did not complete a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship. EPIC is used as the Electronic Medical Record system. Employee status with benefits is offered.
To sweeten the deal, this position also offers:
- Sign-on bonus
- Great health benefits
- Competitive compensation
- CME allowance
Just right for kids
Our primary mission is to provide quality health care for children from infancy through adolescence. We strive to be a health care resource for all children of our region regardless of their socioeconomic status. Through our compassionate team of pediatricians, pediatric specialists and clinical staff, we offer comprehensive care in an emotionally supportive setting.
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Dayton is rich in talent and history, emerging today as a global technology hub. Dayton plays host to significant industrial, aerospace, and technological/engineering research activity and is known as the birthplace of many technical innovations and inventions, much of which was due to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Known for its economic diversity, HealthGrades rated Dayton as the #3 city out of the top 50 for excellence in health care.