Full Time



Contact: Stephanie Lash
Email: stephanie.lash@asante.org

ACLS - Thru American Heart Association (AHA) Required
PALS - Thru American Heart Assocation (AHA) Required
Full Time Benefited 72 hrs/per pay period



 Emergency Medicine Medical Director position at

Asante Ashland Community Hospital in Ashland, Oregon  

Asante Ashland Community Hospital, located in Ashland, Oregon, is a 49-bed community hospital that features a birthing center, surgery center, diagnostic imaging, a laboratory, respiratory testing and surgery. Outpatient services include internal medicine, home health and hospice care, wound care, and hyperbaric medicine.  Founded in 1907, the hospital has grown and evolved to meet the changing needs of the community and the changing demands of healthcare. One thing that has remained constant, however, is our commitment to our mission of improving the health of our patients and of the community we serve.  Our mission is simple: "Asante exists to provide quality healthcare services in a compassionate manner, valued by the communities we serve."  

OUR CORE VALUES: Excellence - Respect - Honesty - Service – Teamwork

In this role you will work with a team of highly qualified Emergency Medicine professionals to provide excellent healthcare to the community of Ashland and the surrounding areas. This position will provide about 10 - 20 hours per month in an administrative Medical Director role and remaining shifts will be in Emergency Medicine practice. Our Emergency Department sees about 10,000 people per year, with single physician coverage, 12 hours shifts, and 9 hours of advanced practice provider coverage daily.  

Education: Licensed physician and graduate of approved medical school.  Board Certified/Board Eligible in Emergency Medicine is required.  Must attend specialty education when requested.

License / Certification:  Board Certified/Board Eligible in Emergency Medicine by the Oregon State Board of Medical Examiners (OSBME).  ATLS or ACLS, or education equivalent to that required by the Oregon State Trauma System required.  Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Instructor certification by the American Health Association required.  Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) certification required. 

Qualifications:  Previous medical staff or Emergency Department leadership experience preferred. Strong leadership skills, excellent interpersonal communication and relationship skills, and knowledge of common Emergency Department throughput and regulatory metrics required.