TN State Licensure Required
UT-Regional One Physicians, a partnership between Regional One Health and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, seeks a full-time, non-tenure track Open Academic Rank / Physician who will provide care in the Emergency Medicine Department located in downtown Memphis.
This position is intended for clinical faculty with an effort in teaching, leadership, innovation and clinical service in Emergency Medicine. The specific instructional role is flexible and will include a combination of direct teaching, emergency medicine services, resident advising, assessment of resident performance, research and other roles as determined by the developing needs of the College of Medicine. Compensation is consistent with private emergency medicine services in the region.
Working with Regional One Health, the University of Tennessee has established the only emergency residency program in Western Tennessee. The hospital's emergency department is being designed as a model for high throughput emergency care in a facility with the only level I trauma center in the region. The program we seek to develop includes clinical experience in a highly structured environment, residency teaching with very qualified emergency medicine housestaff and research that will extend to multiple areas (stroke, wound care, ultrasound, etc). Our goal is to transform the emergency medicine physician workforce in Western Tennessee to the benefits of our communities/patients and trainees. This is an important priority for both the medical school and health system.
· Board certification or Board eligible in Emergency Medicine required.
· Completion of an accredited residency required and sub certifications/training highly preferred.
· Current unrestricted licensure as a Physician in Tennessee.
· Current certification DEA number.
· Eligible for malpractice insurance.
Regional One Health
Regional One Health is a health care system providing accessible, efficient, quality care. Its primary service area includes west Tennessee, east Arkansas and north Mississippi. Regional One Health is home to highly respected Centers of Excellence including one of the busiest level one trauma centers in the country; an American Burn Association certified burn center; neonatal intensive care unit; and high-risk obstetrics program. Regional One Health also includes a Rehabilitation Hospital; Extended Care Hospital; Surgery Center; a network of primary care and specialty care physician offices; and outpatient services from downtown to east Memphis. Regional One Health is known as a leader in high acuity care in the community and has been recognized as a Top Workplace by The Commercial Appeal the past four years in a row.
Memphis is a vibrant and diverse city in Southwest Tennessee on the Mississippi River. We are home to multiple Fortune 500 companies, minor league baseball, an exceptional NBA team, and multiple outdoor activities. Enjoy Southern Hospitality in an international city with many different countries and ethnicities from around the world represented inside the city limits as well as our own world renowned Memphis BBQ. In addition to being the birth place of Rock and Roll and Home of the Blues, Memphis is one of the most affordable cities in the country.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Constant walking, standing; lifting and positioning patients/equipment; exposure to infectious agents. Visual acuity is needed to access color changes. Heavy Work - Exerting up to 150 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 75 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 30 pounds of force constantly to move objects. (May be further defined as "with or without assistance.")
Interested and qualified candidates can submit CV's directly to Randy Sites, Executive Director email@example.com or call for further details at 901-545-6942.
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