OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
and Women’s Hospital
and Women’s Hospital is seeking an academic and clinical leader to serve as the
chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine and hold an academic appointment
as Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
individual will be responsible for the full scope of clinical, research and
educational activities of the department as well as collaborative activities
with the other departments, Partners HealthCare System, Harvard Medical School,
and other affiliated institutions.
will have a proven record as a mentor and teacher, hold national recognition
for research accomplishments, and will possess exceptional leadership,
managerial and collaborative skills. Ideally, she/he will be an effective
leader with an international reputation in emergency medicine who can lead a
complex and successful department to even higher levels of excellence.
apply, please submit a current Curriculum Vitae to:
L. Barbieri, M.D., Committee Chair
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Macy Ladd Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Harvard
an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other
characteristic protected by law.
Public Safety Medical Director
Under administrative direction, performs
medical support and guidance required by the Department of Public Safety
personnel who respond to and perform emergency medical care services. Performs other job-related duties as
on-site reviews of emergency medical calls for service and provides direct
medical assistance and supervision when needed.
recommends, and approves for use any equipment, technology, or resource used by
Public Safety personnel for emergency medical response.
implements, revises, and authorizes the use of system-wide protocols, training
requirements, policies, and procedures for all patient care activities by
Public Safety personnel from dispatch through triage, treatment, transport
informs, and communicates to ensure effective communication throughout the
suitable reporting systems and structures and identifies appropriate training.
knowledge of state and national standards for emergency medical care and
ensures that Public Safety personnel meet or exceed acceptable standards of
in the development and presentation of educational and training programs for
Departmental personnel as well as the community.
and conducts periodic evaluation of policies and procedures.
emergency medical care performance of Department personnel by monitoring
reports and through direct observation.
policies and procedures for assuring the rights of individuals whether
employees or citizens, are respected.
appropriate relationships with other health care agencies, boards, and
partnerships between the Department of Public Safety and federally qualified
health centers, hospital systems, and community-based health care
maintains, and applies knowledge of social, regulatory, political, and economic
factors that relate to emergency medical care services.
the Department of Public Safety to the professional and lay community on
medical and patient care issues.
all operations and safety policies and safe work practices; attends and
participates in operations and safety training classes; wears and properly
utilizes safety equipment in accordance with Divisional policy at all times.
be a physician licensed by the State of Ohio with extensive experience in
pre-hospital and emergency medical care within the State.
be a board-certified emergency medicine physician with at least 6 years of
emergency care experience.
valid State of Ohio driver’s license is required.
be able to lift and carry 75 pounds.
interested in this position should submit a resume to:
Edward J. Eckart Jr.,
Department of Public Safety
601 Lakeside Avenue, Room 230
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Center, the Western Campus of Tufts University School of Medicine, seeks a
talented and visionary BC/BE Medical Director of EMS to join our Department of
of EMS in our 4-hospital system in the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Western
release time to organize and direct our regional EMS system with strong support
from our EMS coordinator.
Medical Center, our Level 1 Trauma and tertiary care referral center, serves
over 110,000 annual ED visits and our three community EDs serve a combined
volume of 75,000 annual visits.
2014, it is estimated that more than 40,000 EMS arrivals will be brought to
Baystate Medical Center.
Director will direct a variety of services including urban, rural, municipal,
volunteer, and private and Fire Department - based EMS models. A focus on
pre-hospital clinical research is highly desirable as opportunities for
investigation abound. Qualifications include residency training in Emergency
Medicine with successful completion of an EMS fellowship or significant EMS
Baystate Health is
a nationally ranked, award-winning, multi-institutional healthcare system with
state-of-the-art facilities located in Western Massachusetts. Baystate Health was recently recognized as a
Thompson Reuters Top 15 Health System for outstanding clinical performance and
quality outcomes, and Baystate Medical Center was recently recognized as the #5
overall “Major Teaching Hospital” in Thompson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals for
overall organizational performance in patient care, operational efficiency, and
financial stability. We are committed to
raising the standard for excellence - Join us in delivering a higher state of
caring at Baystate Health.
Please visit our website at http://www.choosebaystatehealth.org/EMAd/NAEMSP
ls Rathlev, MD, Tufts University School
of Medicine Chair of Emergency Medicine
c/o Lisa Scully, Physician Recruiter
Telephone: 413.794.2571; Fax: 413.794.5059;
Sedgwick County - Fulltime
EMS Medical Director Position
Sedgwick County is recruiting for a full
time EMS System Medical Director for the Wichita-Sedgwick County EMS
System. The System is a public utility model which includes a centralized
PSAP, multiple first response agencies and a single ALS transport agency
responding within Sedgwick County Kansas to about 55,000 EMS calls/year.
It encompasses over 1000 square miles, and is the most populous county in the
state, with nearly 500,000 citizens, about 1/6 of the state population.
The system is progressive, and has been featured nationally for its success
with initiatives such as Pit Crew resuscitation, Medication Administration
Cross Check, and reframing of approach to patients with potential spinal
injury. The Medical Director is a direct report to the Sedgwick County
Manager and the Wichita City Manager. Salary is negotiable based on
qualifications, and benefits include state defined benefit retirement, paid
malpractice, and a response vehicle. Flexibility to allow for ED
clinical work may be negotiated.
Sabina Braithwaite, MD, is the current
medical director, and will be at NAEMSP for anyone who may wish additional