Assistant EMS Fellowship Director
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark NJ
Emergency Medical Associates is seeking an Assistant EMS Fellowship Director to provide clinical excellence in prehospital care and emergency medicine. Our EMS Fellows respond on scene approximately 20 times per week and provide medical control for MONOC, New Jersey’s largest EMS system. Additionally, we provide medical support for the New Jersey State Police SWAT Team, the only full-time team in the State.
Candidate must be BC/BE in Emergency Medical Services (EMS), a graduate of an ACGME Accredited EMS Fellowship program (preferred) and in possession of significant prehospital experience.
· Assisting the EMS Fellowship Director in developing and directing an EMS Fellowship program that provides the foundation and skills required to lead a large EMS system.
· Providing on-scene medical direction for entrapments/mass casualty incidents.
· Taking call for the New Jersey State Police SWAT Team.
· Providing education and information to the community regarding pre-hospital procedures, emergency preparedness and 911 utilization.
· Promoting prehospital collaboration among two-tiered systems, county based systems, private interfacility transports, and state police & private air medical transports.
· Liaising with the medical community, chiefly with facilities and agencies providing ambulance transport services.
· Attending two (2) EMS Fellowship conferences per month.
· Promoting EMS research by encouraging student/resident/fellow and faculty participation.
· Tracking and measuring the quality of ambulance transport services/personnel and furnishing instruction and feedback.
· Maintaining clinical, administrative and educational knowledge appropriate for an EMS physician medical director.
· Organizing and developing EMS and Emergency Preparedness academic programs at NBIMC and liaising with NBIMC’s disaster preparedness team.
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center is a 673-bed regional teaching hospital with an annual ED volume of 85,000 visits. Fully equipped to handle all medical, surgical and psychiatric emergencies, the state-of-the-art ED features a dedicated Urgent Care Center, Pediatric ED, Geriatric ED and triple bay resuscitation room to treat acute traumatic, cardiac and neurologic emergencies. The department oversees three emergency medicine graduate training programs. Located in New Jersey’s largest metropolis, the site is just minutes from New York City and less than an hour from the New Jersey Shore.
Emergency Medical Associates is one of the country’s most respected, truly democratic emergency medicine physician groups. Widely recognized for clinical excellence, academic research and commitment to patient satisfaction, we offer career positions for BC/BE EM physicians in NJ, NY, PA, RI and NC. Partner with a practice that is perfectly aligned with your long- term career goals. Our physicians enjoy exceptional life-work balance, outstanding compensation and unlimited growth opportunities.
For More Information, Please Contact:
Jim Davis, Recruiter Emergency Medical Associates Phone: (973) 251-1077
Announcement of Search for
The Emergency Physicians Advisory Board (EPAB) is seeking a Medical Director with superior credentials to provide clinical oversight and medical control to the MedStar Mobile Healthcare System (MedStar) as directed by the EPAB, per the Uniform EMS Ordinance. A candidate must be a board certified emergency physician with demonstrated excellence and experience in managing an EMS or related health care organization. Eligibility for the subspecialty board in EMS is preferred and a candidate must have expertise in systems of care for the treatment of trauma, STEMI, stroke, and other emergency medical conditions.
The EPAB, established under the Uniform EMS Ordinance and adopted by Inter-Local Agreement, is comprised of each Emergency Department Medical Director in the MedStar service area and five Physicians at Large appointed by the Tarrant County Medical Society. The EPAB hires the Medical Director who is responsible for the development, implementation, and review of the out-of-hospital medical protocols, policies and procedures to be followed by all EMS personnel in the MedStar system, including, but not limited to communication center operations, delivery of medical first responder services, ground and air ambulance services, specialized mobile intensive care ambulance services, and standby provider permitting.
The Area Metropolitan Ambulance Authority, known as MedStar, is the exclusive emergency and non-emergency ambulance service provider to 15 Tarrant County cities including Blue Mound, Burleson, Edgecliff Village, Forest Hill, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Haslet, Lakeside, Lake Worth, River Oaks, Saginaw, Sansom Park, Westover Hills, Westworth Village, and White Settlement.
MedStar provides advanced life support ambulance service to 421 square miles and more than 880,000 residents in Tarrant County and responds to about 100,000 emergency calls a year with a fleet of 54 ambulances. MedStar aspires to be a premier EMS service for both our customers and employees and set standards for others to follow. Their mission is to provide high quality patient care in an efficient and cost effective manner with accountability. MedStar is a high performance Emergency Medical Services (HPEMS) system, providing advanced clinical care with high economic efficiency.
A qualified candidate should be a respected leader and visionary in EMS; able to bring continuous improvement to emergency and trauma care; possess strong personal values and ethics; able to effectively solve problems; able to empower others to work together; able to build teams and coalitions; understand governmental processes; be committed to education and research; have strong interpersonal skills and be dedicated to keeping MedStar on the cutting edge of emergency medical and trauma care.
A letter of application, including detailed curriculum vitae, must be submitted to:
Emergency Physicians Advisory Board
551 East Berry Street
Fort Worth, TX 76110
EMS Medical Director for Swedish Medical Center, an ACS Level 1 Trauma Center in Denver, Colorado.
CarePoint P.C. and HealthONE EMS are searching for an EMS Medical Director. This position is split between EMS medical direction for affiliated EMS agencies, oversight of our EMS education programs, and clinical work staffing our Emergency Departments.
The HealthONE EMS Paramedic Program is one of the oldest and well-established in the country, having graduated over one hundred paramedic classes. In addition, HealthONE EMS offers over one hundred courses annually for all levels of pre-hospital certification. The EMS Medical Director would have the opportunity to provide medical direction for multiple affiliated EMS agencies, as well as participate in local, regional, and state EMS committees.
CarePoint, P.C. is a democratic, physician-owned practice staffing ten facilities in the metropolitan Denver area. Clinical shifts will be primarily at Swedish Medical Center, a 55,000 annual visit ACS Level I Trauma Center and Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Qualified candidates are board prepared or certified in Emergency Medicine with EMS fellowship training (preferred) or extensive experience with EMS medical direction. Please submit CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical Director, Center for Emergency Medical Services (CEMS) at the Ohio State University (OSU) Wexner Medical Center.
Qualifications: EMS physician with relevant operational, clinical, educational, and research experience.
The CEMS serves as an expert resource for the current EMS systems, with an aim to improve outcomes for time sensitive disease states and mass casualty, including cardiac arrest, trauma, stroke and other disease entities and for patients in our communities (see http://www.centerforems.osu.edu ). By uniting the efforts of the pre-hospital providers with those of the hospital-based teams, the CEMS is dedicated to providing the community with the best opportunity for survival and quality of life. In partnership with the EMS community, we want to continue to develop the relationship between pre-hospital care and in-hospital care. The Medical Director reports to the Chair of Emergency Medicine at OSU, and works with staff, residents, fellows and faculty to improve and integrate EMS care overall.
As the only academic medical center in central Ohio, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center provides state-of-the-art medical facilities as well as excellence in patient care, education and research. We offer opportunities to combine a clinical practice with research offering three different tracts of practice: clinical, clinical-research and research. One of America's most comprehensive medical campuses, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is a major referral center for the Midwest. We are located in Columbus, OH – the 15th largest city in the U.S. – offering diverse recreational, cultural, athletic and creative opportunities, as well as great neighborhoods.
Qualified, interested candidates (board prepared or certified emergency medicine physicians, with EMS fellowship training) please submit CV to:
Kam Carlberg, Senior Leadership and Faculty Recruitment
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Phone: (614) 366-1126
To build a diverse workforce, the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women. Ohio State is an EEO/AA Employer
State of Maryland
Emergency Medical Services Board
Announcement of Search For
Maryland Institute for
Emergency Medical Services Systems
The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Board is seeking an Executive Director with superior credentials to manage the emergency medical services system for the State of Maryland. A candidate must be a board certified physician with demonstrated excellence and experience in managing an EMS or related health care organization. Eligibility for the subspecialty board in EMS is preferred and a candidate must have expertise in systems of care for the treatment of trauma, STEMI, stroke, and other emergency medical conditions. A minimum of five years of academic pursuits is desirable.
The Executive Director is the administrative head of the Maryland Institute for EMS Systems (MIEMSS), an independent state agency, and provides administrative support for the EMS Board which is responsible for developing the statewide EMS plan. This important position coordinates and oversees the State’s five EMS regions; the planning and operation of EMS with the federal, state, and county governments; the training, certification, and licensure of EMS providers; research and education related to EMS; emergency and specialty referral centers and systems for the treatment of emergency/critically ill or injured patients. The Executive Director is responsible for the implementation of all programmatic, operational, and administrative components of MIEMSS and is required to work closely with public and private agencies, health care institutions and universities, the Maryland State Police Aviation Command, the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute, and career and volunteer fire and EMS services throughout the state.
A qualified candidate will be a respected leader and visionary in EMS; able to bring continuous improvement to emergency and trauma care; possess strong personal values and ethics; able to effectively solve problems; able to empower others to work together; able to build teams and coalitions; understand government and the legislative process; be committed to education and research; have strong interpersonal skills and be dedicated to keeping the State of Maryland on the cutting edge of emergency medical and trauma care.
A letter of application, including detailed curriculum vitae, must be submitted to: Jeannie Abramson
Maryland Institute for EMS Systems
653 West Pratt Street
For additional information, contact Jeannie Abramson via email.
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