Trauma Surgery Job In Orange Park, Florida
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Orange Park Medical Center is dedicated to shaping the future of healthcare in the community and is committed to continually enhancing the standard of healthcare and wellness through safe, accessible, consistent and compassionate care.
Orange Park Medical Center in conjunction with Acute Care Surgery of Emcare is seeking an experience Trauma Surgeon to lead their level II Trauma Program.
230-bed Acute Care Facility
Level II Trauma Center
12 hr primary in-house coverage, plus 12 hr secondary call from home with 30 min response (rarely called in)
All cases come through the ED
Averaging 2-3 Acute surgeries per day
Total trauma admits average 100 per month (1200-1300 per year)
Trauma Medical Director Criteria:
Board Certified Surgery with Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Preferred
Previous Trauma Director experience with state and regional exposure
Ability to obtain USF Academic Appointment
Generous monthly Director Stipend
Employee Status with health insurance
401k with retirement elective deferral options
Flexible 1 week on/ 1 week off scheduling
$5,000/yr Business Expense Reimbursement
Covered overhead and 'A' Rated Malpractice
A lifestyle that leaves time to enjoy family and friends, along with pursuing personal passions
National & Regional Leadership support
Located 15 miles South of Jacksonville, Orange Park is one of the best suburbs to live in Northern Florida. Compared to the rest of the country, Orange Park's cost of living is 2.00% Lower than the U.S. average.
With a population of 1.3 million people, a low cost of living, high quality of life and wonderful climate, our region is one of the few places in the United States that is experiencing a growing population of young professionals; and trailing spouses are in luck because Forbes ranked Jacksonville in the "Top 10 Best U.S. Cities to Find a Job." Jacksonville was ranked in the top 10 of Mobility magazine’s "Best Cities for Relocating Families." Families are able to choose from a variety of top-ranked K - 12 schools and excellent colleges and universities for their children. Northeast Florida is known for its outdoor recreation opportunities, featuring 90 miles of beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and the majestic St. Johns River. A short drive southeast from Memorial Hospital is Ponte Vedra Beach, home of the PGA Tour and The Players Championship (TPC) which are played at TPC Sawgrass, home of the famous 17th-hole island green. Here you will also find elegant shopping and fine dining as well as some of the highest sand dunes in Florida! Top rated beach clubs from the Lodge and Club to the Cabana Club make living here fun and exciting. Enjoy playing golf, playing tennis or other popular sports such as wakeboarding, surfing, waterskiing and boating. Another short drive northeast from Memorial Hospital is Amelia Island. This was Florida’s first luxury tourist destination. Amelia Island is named among the top 10 North American islands by Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards for seven consecutive years and is also recognized as a Top 25 Island in the World!
Jacksonville is the largest city in the US landwise. It is the largest deepwater port in the south and second largest on the US east coast. Jacksonville also has one of the largest military presence in the country, especially the US Navy. Jacksonville has over 500 diverse neighborhoods and you can choose to live in an almost rural environment, the heart of the city or near or on the beach. Average temperature in the winters runs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. This is a great city for year round outdoor activities! Jacksonville is also home to the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars and the professional soccer team Jacksonville Armada!
Orange Park is located in Clay County just south of Jacksonville on the banks of the St. Johns River. ClayCounty has grown 18 percent since 2003 with a population in 2007 of approximately 185K residents. The median age in the community is 37 years of age, and a median household income is over $64,300K.
Orange Park is part of the Jacksonville Metropolitan area, which comprises over a million people. About 20 minutes from the beaches, OrangePark offers excellent public and private schools, and a scenic riverside lifestyle.
Orange Park Medical Center is a full service, acute care hospital with 297 inpatient beds located in the heart of Orange Park, providing medical care to the counties of Clay, St. Johns and southern Duval. The continuous commitment to providing the highest level of quality care and service has taken Orange Park Medical Center from being a small community hospital to a top healthcare provider in northeast Florida. In November 2011, Orange Park opened a Provisional Level II Trauma Center that will save countless lives.
Recent growth projects include expansion of the Emergency Department (ED) and a bed expansion to the North tower. Orange Park Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Orange Park Medical Center was again named one of the nation’s Top Performers on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission. Only 7% of eligible hospitals nationwide earned the award for both 2010 and 2011. Orange Park consistently receives top scores from CMS for patient care in the categories of Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care.
Included among Orange Park’s awards and accreditations is recognition for effectively treating stroke and heart patients. This was highlighted in 2011 with the Chest Pain Center Accreditation and the American Heart and Stroke Association’s “Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus” award and in 2012 the “Get with the Guidelines Heart Failure Bronze” award.
Orange Park Medical Center’s mainstay is its well-trained, dynamic medical staff. Its medical staff of more than 700 physicians represents nearly all specialties and is supported by over 1,450 highly skilled employees. Board certification/eligibility is a requirement for credentialing for the facility.