Medical Director Job In Utica, New York
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TeamHealth has an excellent leadership opportunity for a full-time Physician to join our OB/Gyn Hospitalist team at Faxton St. Luke's Hospital in Utica, New York. Put the passion back into your practice and your life by taking control of your schedule. Full-time entails providing eight 24-hour in-house shifts per month. The ideal candidate will be a Board Certified in OB/Gyn, and demonstrates clinical excellence, with stellar communication skills. Other qualifications also include active and current skills in the full breadth of the OB/Gyn specialty, a current or in-process New York license to practice, and a focus on providing quality care and placing the patient above all other considerations. In addition, a willingness to drive patient safety and quality initiatives as required by the TeamHealth Patient Safety Organization, insurability for malpractice insurance, at least 2 years of active practice, and a successful record of accomplishment. TeamHealth offers its clinicians competitive pay plus paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage.EOE
Just a short drive away from Syracuse and beautiful Adirondack Park, Utica is considered to be the socio-economic hub of Oneida County and offers small-town charm, abundant industry, affordable housing, ample recreational opportunities, and a diverse cultural and ethnic community. Located in Central New York and at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains, Utica offers plenty of outdoor activities for every season.
About TeamHealth St. Luke's Hospital - St. Luke's Healthcare
Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare and St. Elizabeth Medical Centers affiliated as the Mohawk Health Valley System in March 2014. The system serves the area of Oneida, Herkimer, and Madison counties. Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare includes two campuses with 379 acute-care beds and 202 long-term care beds. St. Elizabeth Medical Center includes two campuses with 301 acute-care beds.