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Emergency Physician/Assistant EMS Medical Director

Northwest Acute Care Specialists is looking for a physician to join our team full-time at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center in Vancouver, Washington, USA. This rapidly-growing hospital on the northern end of the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area sees 75,000 patients annually. The hospital is an accredited primary stroke center, and has been recognized by Healthgrades with a 2017 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence. This places Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center among the top 5 percent of hospitals based on a range of quality and patient satisfaction measures. The group is very stable with an exceedingly low turnover rate. The clinical practice features optional scribes, and Epic EHR with Dragon support. Our partnership is one of the largest independent EM groups in the Pacific Northwest and practices at 7 hospitals in the Portland region. Benefits include competitive pay, health coverage and a health reimbursement plan, short- and long-term disability, and a 401k profit-sharing plan. Malpractice is provided by the health system and is occurrence-based.

This posting also includes a position as Assistant Medical Program Director for Clark County, Washington. One of the fastest-growing counties in Washington State, Clark County EMS responds to 40,000 calls annually across a mix of urban, suburban, rural, and remote areas. The system includes fire-based, third-service, and private ambulance EMS response. In Washington State, a single Medical Program Director oversees EMS for the entire county. The county is active in prehospital research, including participating in the Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium and the CARES cardiac arrest registry. Teaching opportunities include continuing education for paramedics and EMTs, as well as a paramedic school. There is significant potential for advancement.

The ideal candidate will be BC/BE Emergency Medicine, and have experience and/or fellowship in EMS.
Interested candidates should send CV and cover letter to Dr. Andrew Shepard, Legacy Salmon Creek Emergency Department Medical Director, at​ with a copy to Amanda Flora, Northwest Acute Care Specialists Office Manager,​​



Baystate Health, a Truven® Award–winning healthcare system and home of the University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate, is searching for a visionary BC/BE Associate Regional EMS Medical Director to join our Department of Emergency Medicine.

This opportunity features:
  • Oversight of EMS in our 5-hospital system. Release time to organize and direct our regional EMS system in conjunction with our Regional EMS Medical Director and EMS coordinator.
  • Baystate Medical Center, our Level 1 Trauma and tertiary care referral center, serves over
  • 116,000 annual ED visits and our four community EDs serve a combined volume of 100,000 annual visits.
  • In 2015, it is estimated that more than 40,000 EMS arrivals will be brought to Baystate Medical Center.
The Associate Regional EMS Medical Director will assist with the direction and delivery of a variety of services to urban, rural, municipal, volunteer, private and Fire Department-based agencies. A focus on pre-hospital clinical research and Quality Improvement is highly desirable.  Candidates should be BC/BE in EMS and BC/BE in Emergency Medicine with preference given to candidates with significant EMS experience.

Baystate Medical Center (BMC) is home to the state's busiest single-site emergency department and the region's only Level 1 trauma center. Additionally, Baystate Medical Center achieved elite distinction as one of 34 "High Performing" hospitals in America from US News & World Report in 2015.  Patient- centered care is at the core of Baystate Health's culture. We are committed to hiring clinicians who value a culture of compassion and appreciate diversity - while delivering a higher state of caring.

To learn more, please visit our website at
or contact:
Niels Rathlev, MD, Chair of Emergency Medicine
c/o Kristin Richard, Physician Recruiter
Telephone: 413-794-7847; Email:

Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.


University of Vermont Medical Center

Network Regional Transport System Medical Officer

University of Vermont Medical Center, Vermont’s academic medical center and founding member of the University of Vermont Health Network, seeks a Network Regional Transport and Transfer System (RTS) Medical Officer.

The University of Vermont Medical Center is located in Burlington, Vermont, a small vibrant city situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Champlain. 

The Opportunity: The Medical Officer will oversee both the Regional Transfer Center and UVM Health Network Transport Teams in collaboration with the Regional Network Director. The Medical Officer shall be responsible for: partnering with and educating other physicians who participate in the daily functioning of the Regional Transfer Center and transport teams; evaluating and ensuring the quality of medical care provided by the transport teams; and oversight of Quality Assurance for inter-facility transports in the UVM Health Network. Working with specialty physicians will have oversight of guidelines for prospective, concurrent and retrospective direction for operations of the Regional Transport System. Medical Officer will be expected to stay current in transport medicine standards with industry and program involvement.  Some clinical responsibilities will be required to maintain competency.

Education: Medical Degree (MD, DO) with post-graduate training in an ACGME/ABMS accredited specialty.  Specialty areas of emergency medicine (preferred), critical care, surgery, or internal medicine will be considered.  The successful candidate must be licensed in New York and Vermont upon start date.

  • Three or more years of direct patient care. An understanding of EMS systems, organization and operation. ​Demonstrated interest and skills in EMS education at all levels including simulation experience. 
  • Experience in EMS leadership, preferably in a medical director role.
  • Experience with Performance Improvement programs as they relate to a clinical or EMS domain. Experience in aeromedical transport medicine preferred.
  • Proven success in a clinical specialty area as evidenced by successful patient outcomes, a high level of professionalism, and excellent communication skills.
  • Must have demonstrated professional experience in progressively responsible positions in healthcare, with a strong working knowledge of physician practice, practice management, leadership roles.  Professional work experience in integrated systems preferred. 
  • Leadership skills and the tenacity to deal with complex structures and tasks over a period of time is required.
The Organization:  As an academic medical center dedicated to being in service to the patient, community and medicine, The University of Vermont Medical Center ( seeks to improve the health of the people in the communities it serves by integrating patient care, education and research in a caring environment. The University of Vermont Medical Center also serves as a regional referral center – providing advanced care to approximately one million people in Vermont and northern New York.
For more information about University of Vermont Medical Center, find us online at or on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blog sites. 
Apply online at:

University of Vermont Medical Center offers a comprehensive benefits package including relocation.  University of Vermont Medical Center proudly offers a non-smoking work environment.  We are an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action employer. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

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