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Baystate Health 


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 Medical Director of EMS to join our Department of Emergency Medicine.

This opportunity features:
  • Oversight of EMS in our five-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. 
  • ​More than 40,000 EMS arrivals are brought to Baystate Medical Center annually.
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 Melissa Hale, Physician Recruiter 
Telephone: 413.794.2624   Email:

Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or Protected Veteran status.

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Associate EMS Medical Director

Mercyhealth is seeking a BE/BC Emergency Medicine Physician to join an award-winning fully integrated health care delivery system as an Associate EMS Medical Director.  EMS Fellowship is not required - will train applicants with a passion for EMS.

  • MD-1 is a medically equipped and emergency medicine physician-staffed Chevy Tahoe used for difficult and prolonged extrications or situations where an on-the-scene physician may be able to provide additional medications and resources.
  • EMTs and paramedics are equipped and trained to handle a vast array of emergency medical conditions using physician-authorized protocols. Mercy’s MD-1 program is designed to augment, not replace, existing community emergency medical services (EMS) resources in the community.
  • When EMS crews feel it is appropriate and necessary, Mercy EMS physicians respond in an MD-1 to their request any time, day or night.
  • We provide care to residents in more than 40 communities in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
  • Significant protected time is provided for EMS administrative duties, education, and field response.
  • Clinical duties will be at Mercy Hospital & Trauma Center (Level II Trauma Center) in Janesville, Wisconsin.
Compensation & Benefits:
  • Highly competitive compensation
  • Excellent annual salary, plus incentive bonuses, along with our outstanding benefit package including:  paid malpractice and licensure, health and dental, CME, relocation, matched retirement savings, and more. Sign-on bonus and student loan forgiveness negotiable
  • Loan assistance available and sign-on bonus negotiable
Janesville is a mid-sized city offers Midwest charm and safety, with excellent schools and abundant recreational opportunities. Janesville lies just 35 miles southeast of Madison, and 110 miles northwest of Chicago. Janesville is Wisconsin's Park Place, with over 2,500 acres of beautiful parkland and twenty acres of breathtaking botanical gardens. The community also offers live theatre, a large variety of golf courses, and unique shopping and dining.

Kelli Cameron, Director of Physician Recruitment


Office: 608-756-6186
Cell:  608-443-9982 (texts welcome)

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Reid Health

Regional EMS Medical Director

Reid Health, Richmond Indiana

​Co​​​​​llegial private practice ED group seeks an EMS medical director to oversee a large, mostly rural, EMS system. Our EMS services include seven ALS transport agencies (some municipal and some private), multiple first responder/rescue departments, and tactical EMS support for the regional SWAT team.

The selected candidate will be afforded 500 hours annually of dedicated time for EMS activities, including teaching, oversight, and an active physician scene response program including an EMS command vehicle supplied by the hospital, continually ready for use by the medical director and the system coordinator.

The position also includes full-time staff services at Reid Health, a regional trauma center seeing over 48,000 patients annually. Emergency Medicine of Eastern Indiana is a stable, independent, democratic group of all emergency medicine residency trained board certified physicians. Annual compensation is excellent, and the ER is staffed with 45 physician hours and 16 midlevel hours daily.  The group also is an active teaching affiliate of both Indiana University School of Medicine and Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Required credentials are BC/BE Emergency Medicine. Preferred credentials are BC/BE EMS. Prior experience in expertise operating an emergency vehicle, in interagency and governmental relations, and in the teaching and research of EMS medicine, will be helpful to become an outstanding physician in this role.

Please forward your CV to Dr. Sam Iden, for consideration. Our group hopes to receive all interested CV by the end of September 2016. These will be reviewed and interviews granted on an ongoing basis.

The position will be available mid-December 2016. We will certainly consider a new fellowship or residency graduate, and can accommodate the delayed timetable to starting here (next summer) that such a candidate would require. Thanks for your interest!

Samuel W. Iden, M.D., FAAEM
Medical Director Department of Emergency Medicine Reid Health
1100 Reid Parkway / Richmond, IN 47374​​
(765) 983-3146 / Fax (765) 983-3038

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Click here for a pdf of the following ad at the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency.

The County​ of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) is seeking online applications and résumés from qualified individuals for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Medical Director.  HHSA is one of five groups of the San Diego County government, and is committed to advancing the County’s vision of Live Well San Diego, which is Building Better Health, Living Safely, and Thriving.  Based upon a foundation of community engagement and involvement, Live Well San Diego seeks to promote population health and wellness through collective impact. 

For more information, visit  Live Well San Diego.

This unclassified management position will be responsible for ensuring efficient and timely delivery of quality emergency medical care via appropriate medical direction and monitoring of the County’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system operations and related support programs, such as pre-hospital services, trauma care services, and specialty care services.

HHSA is seeking a dynamic, independent, and innovative leader to direct the overall activities of the Emergency Medical Services Branch in the HHSA Division of Public Health Services (PHS). 
The ideal candidate for this position will be licensed as a Physician or Osteopath in the State of California, and have current certification as a diplomate by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM).  Completion of a Fellowship in Emergency Medicine is highly desirable. The ideal candidate will possess at least five (5) years of professional experience in the EMS industry within a metropolitan area planning, implementing, coordinating, and monitoring EMS medical programs to ensure a quality emergency medical care delivery system, and will review and make appropriate decisions on recommended medical standards, policies, protocols, and procedures for County EMS programs, such as pre-hospital services, trauma care services, and specialty care services.

The ideal candidate will possess a professional history that demonstrates the following leadership competencies: 
  • Actively seeks opportunities to improve status quo
  • Formulates objectives and priorities and implements plans consistent with the long term interest of the organization
  • Remains optimistic and persistent even under adversity
  • Demonstrates strong teamwork and collaboration skills
  • Candidly addresses and confronts performance issues 
  • Demonstrates an understanding of multiple stakeholder needs and maintains a global perspective in all activities, decisions
  • Anticipates problems and roadblocks
  • Can negotiate well, settle differences, and maintain relationships
  1. Current, active, and valid licensure as a Physician or Osteopath in the State of California; AND,
  2. Current certification as a diplomate by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM); AND,
  3. At least five (5) years of professional and full responsibility experience in the EMS industry within a metropolitan area. Previous experience must include trauma care, disaster medical services, and emergency medical research.
Note: A valid National Provider Identification Number (NPI) is required at the time of employment. Incumbents are required to maintain NPI throughout employment in this class.

The anticipated hiring range for this position will be $200,000 to $210,000 depending on qualifications.  In addition to the base salary, the incumbent may receive 10% premium for relevant board certification and 5% premium for relevant sub-specialty certification. Salary reviews are performance-based and goal oriented.  Relocation expenses are approved, not to exceed $10,000.

  • Fifteen days of paid vacation, 13 days of paid sick leave, and 13 paid holidays
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance plans
  • Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and Accidental Death/Dismemberment Insurance
  • Flexible Management Benefit Package – a monthly credit may be used to select benefits from a group of options
  • Defined benefit retirement program
  • Reciprocity with other governmental retirement systems may be granted; for further information, visit the website for the San Diego County Employees Retirement System
  • Deferred Compensation Program (457) and 401(a) plans
  • License Reimbursement

Public Health Services (PHS) is dedicated to community wellness and health protection in San Diego County. PHS works to prevent epidemics and the spread of disease, protect against environmental hazards, prevent injuries, promote and encourage healthy behaviors, respond to disasters and assist communities in recovery, and assure the quality and accessibility of health services throughout the County.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a branch of the PHS Division of HHSA. It is the “local EMS agency” (LEMSA) as defined in California law. The Emergency Medical Services System and Prehospital Emergency Medical Care Personnel Act created the Emergency Medical Services Authority in 1980.  It authorizes each county to develop an EMS program and to designate a LEMSA that oversees the delivery of emergency medical services within that geographic area. This level of governance allows for local control of emergency medical services that is desirable in a state as large and diverse as California. 

For more information, visit Public Health Services
Emergency Medical Services Branch is responsible for: 
  • Ensuring all residents of and visitors to San Diego County receive timely and high quality emergency medical services, specialty care, prevention services, and disaster preparedness and response
  • Planning, implementing, evaluating, and continually improving local EMS systems
  • Collaborating with other health officials to ensure a unified, coordinated approach in the delivery of health care
  • Developing local medical and health disaster plans, and coordinating medical and health response to disasters 
The mission of the County of San Diego is to provide the residents of San Diego County with superior County services in terms of quality, timeliness, and value in order to improve the region's Quality of Life. 
  • The County covers 4,261 square miles, extending 75 miles along the Pacific Coast from Mexico to Orange County and inland 75 miles to Imperial County along the international border shared with Mexico. 
  • San Diego enjoys a wide variety of climate and terrain, from coastal plains and fertile inland valleys, to mountain ranges, forests, and the Anza-Borrego Desert. The average annual rainfall is only 10 inches. 
  • The County is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors elected to four-year terms in district, non-partisan elections. 
  • There are 18 incorporated cities and a large number of unincorporated communities. 
  • County services are provided by five business groups, that are headed by General Managers, who report to the Chief Administrative  Officer (CAO). 
  • The County has a budget of $5.1 billion and provides services to the residents of the County through its nearly 17,000 employees in 42 different departments. 
The County engages in a continuous cycle of planning, implementing, evaluating, and renewing the planning process. The County’s comprehensive guide for managing this cyclic process is called the General Management System (GMS). By communicating and adhering to this business model, the County of San Diego is able to maintain an organized culture that values transparency, accountability, innovation, and fiscal discipline which provides focused, meaningful public services. 

Résumés may be submitted online at,/hr​; select the link for jobs.
Résumés should include academic degrees held and dates conferred, employment history and positions held, dates of service, areas of experience, levels of responsibility, reporting structure, key duties performed, and number of direct reports or staff. 

An evaluation board will convene to review submittals and identify top competitors to be considered for further evaluation.

Persons serving in positions in the Unclassified Service do not accrue tenure and serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority. The provisions of this job announcement may be modified or revoked and do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Qualified women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis. 

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Global Rescue

Medical Operations Specialist - 

Paramedic, EMT-Advanced or RN

Location: Lebanon, NH

Global Rescue is a worldwide provider of integrated medical, security, intelligence and crisis response services to enterprise, government, and consumer clients.  Founded in 2004 in partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Global Rescue's unique operational model provides best-in-class services that identify, monitor, and respond to threats and emergencies.  Global Rescue has provided medical, security, and evacuation support to clients during every globally significant crisis of the last decade, including: the Arab Spring; the Japanese tsunami; the Haitian earthquake; Georgia's invasion by Russia; and the Mumbai terrorist attacks.  Global Rescue maintains redundant Operations Centers and office facilities in Boston, Massachusetts, Lebanon, New Hampshire; Islamabad, Pakistan; and Bangkok, Thailand.  For more information, please see

We have two shifts available: 08:00-20:00 and 20:00 - 08:00.

  • Staff emergency access telephone lines in our operations centers to respond to patient health events and other emergencies
  • Manage and coordinate logistics for field rescues from remote locations and patient transfers to/from hospitals (includes air, ground, sea, etc.)
  • Follow, maintain and improve protocol, process and quality standards for patient response and transport
  • Execute assigned non-operational  general office tasks with diligence and precision
  • Deploy domestically and internationally in support of ongoing operations


  • RN, EMT-A/P or above
  • College degree preferable
  • Bilingual in English & Spanish is a plus
  • Must be well-spoken and well-written
  • Basic computer skills required
  • Willingness to work non-traditional  hours
  • Highly energetic and motivated to succeed
  • Mission focused orientation, interest in "doing whatever it takes" to help those in need
  • Attention to detail and follow-through
  • Efficient time management and organizational skills

Location: Lebanon, NH

Employment Type: Full-Time

Schedule: 08:00 - 20:00 or 20:00 - 08:00

Compensation: Based on Experience + Bonus + Benefits

Global Rescue LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.​

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