OB Hospitalist Job In Riverside, California
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Riverside Community Hospital is assisting our OB hospitalist team with their expansion plans. We are looking for general OB’s that want full time work. 24 hours in house, 7.5 per shifts per month. It is a teaching facility and they will be responsible for training residents and will have faculty appointments. In addition to a flexible schedule, the incoming physician will receive outstanding compensation and benefits.
The City of Riverside, California, is an exciting, diverse, urban center situated in the heart of Southern California. The City of Riverside (pop. 270,000) is the county seat of 7,000-square-mile Riverside County (pop. 1.6 million), and is the largest city in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States.
The City of Riverside is characterized by its visionary, strategic, innovative, and inclusive approach to meeting the high standard of services citizens want. The City is assuredly positioning itself as a preeminent "creative city" for the 21st century. In just the past few years, the City of Riverside has launched community-driven visioning and strategic planning processes, including a General Plan update, significantly redeveloped its beautiful, historic downtown, which is anchored by the world famous Historic Mission Inn Hotel, launched one of two downtown wireless malls in California, and embraced multiple green-oriented environmental strategies. The City also boasts four institutions of higher learning, with a student population of over 40,000.
Riverside's proximity to larger cities like Los Angeles and San Diego, as well as the mountains and beaches of the region attract many people. But what surprises new visitors is the city's distinct sense of place; an identity that delineates it from the suburban sprawl that otherwise defines much of the region. Riverside is a vibrant, yet peaceful city of strong, affordable neighborhoods. A multi-cultural city of arts and culture. And a thriving city full of economic opportunity.
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Riverside Community Hospital is a 373-bed acute care, Level II Trauma facility, serving our neighbors since 1901 in greater Riverside County. As one of the largest full-service hospitals the county, there are over 500 highly skilled physicians, and 1,600 professionals on medical staff, with specialties in emergency medicine, cardiac services, transplant surgery, cancer treatment, labor and delivery, neonatal intensive care, orthopedic and rehab services. Some of their quality programs include the daVinci Robot, Bloodless Medicine, the HeartCare Institute, Cancer Center and Transplant Services. Riverside Community Hospital is Riverside County's only full service cardiovascular center and STEMI (heart attack) receiving center and one of only ten centers in California to offer kidney/pancreas transplants. It is also Riverside County’s only accredited Chest Pain Center, making it the first in California and the 11th in the nation. Housing the largest ER in the county, with 50-beds, Riverside Community Hospital provides immediate, specialized care to trauma victims -- treating nearly 65,000 patients annually.
Surgical services available include Total Joint Replacement, Spinal, Laparoscopic, Open Heart, Organ Transplant and outpatient procedures, among many others. The Cancer Center at Riverside Community Hospital is a milestone for the community, offering comprehensive, full-service cancer services to Inland Empire residents. Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Services include 24-hour radiology/imaging services such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CAT Scan), ultra-sound and color doppler imaging, full service interventional radiology and angiography. Palliative Care Service helps achieve comfort, improves quality of life, and provides support for patients and caregivers for patients with serious illnesses.