Emergency Medicine Job In Rutherfordton, North Carolina
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We are looking for a Medical Director to lead our team in the ED at Rutherford Regional Medical Center in Rutherfordton, North Carolina. This LifePoint Health System facility is ideally situated between Asheville and Charlotte. This position also offers: Sign-on commitment, Relocation assistance available, Medical Director stipend available for administrative duties. We are looking for a Physician to join our team in the ED at Rutherford Regional Medical Center in Rutherfordton, North Carolina. This LifePoint Health System facility is ideally situated between Asheville and Charlotte. This position also offers: Sign-on commitment, Relocation assistance available. We are looking for a full-time STAFF NP/PA or PA to join our team in the ED at Rutherford Regional Medical Center in Rutherfordton, North Carolina. We ask that you have a current NC license, DEA, and PALS and ACLS certifications. This position also offers: Full benefits package, Paid time off, Paid holiday, CME allowance.
Rutherford Regional Health System is based in Rutherfordton, NC, one of three primary municipalities in Rutherford County along with nearby Forest City and Spindale. Rutherfordton is the county seat of Rutherford County, with a population of approximately 4,200. Established in 1787, Rutherfordton is one of the oldest towns in western North Carolina and is the longest-running continuous government in the region. This Revolutionary War-era town has managed to keep its old-time charm while keeping step with the 21st century, from the cluster of antebellum houses in the historic district at the north end of town to the fiber optic hub on the south end.
Downtown Rutherfordton is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a beautiful representation of rural western North Carolina small towns. Its ridgetop elevations offer stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and its location in the Isothermal Belt offers mild weather and outstanding beauty in four distinct seasons. The county also has been featured in blockbuster films such as Dirty Dancing and The Last of the Mohicans. Lake Lure and Chimney Rock are two of the most visited tourist destinations in North Carolina, and the county is located less than five hours from the Atlantic Ocean.
Rutherford County features a number of hiking, walking and cycling trails, as well as several scenic golf courses. Perhaps most popular, however, is the Lake Lure/Chimney Rock area home to a lake with 27 miles of shoreline and Chimney Rock State Park. The area boasts a number of bed and breakfast establishments and draws visitors from across the region for numerous outdoor festivals and cycling events.
Rutherford Regional Health System was founded in 1905 and is licensed for 143 private, acute-care beds. RRHS offers convenient, accessible healthcare, with offices and services in Rutherfordton, Spindale, Forest City, Mooresboro, Caroleen and Boiling Springs (Cleveland County), We’re a four-time recipient of the Thompson Reuters Top 100 Performance Improvement Leader designation, which is given to hospitals that demonstrate high value and excellent quality care. We are also proud to be recognized as one of America's Top 100 Community Hospitals by Becker's Hospital Review, for the fourth consecutive year.
Employing around 800 professional and clinical staff, RRHS has over 120 qualified physicians and more than 23 medical specialties. RRHS comprises Rutherford Regional Medical Center, Carolina Home Care, Rutherford East Family Care, OneSource Rehab, Forest City Family Care, Boiling Springs Family Care, Rutherford Children's Care, Insights Psychiatric Resources, Rutherford Orthopaedics, Chase Family Care, Cancer Resource Center, The Mammography Place, Rutherford Surgical Associates, The Clinic at Walmart, Rutherford Wound Care & Hyperbarics and Rutherford Urology.
Major services include family care and pediatrics, orthopedics, general surgery services, women’s services, a cancer program, urology, rehabilitation, imaging, home care, outpatient surgery and services, behavioral health, and emergency care. The hospital also provides telehealth services – first offered for for stroke patients, and recently expanded to offer genetic counseling for cancer patients as well. Emergency and outpatient visits total a combined 80,000 annually and inpatient stays average 5,500 per year.