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Associate EMS Medical Director

MercyRockford Health System 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.  

  • Help us grow our program! Mercy Health System and Rockford Health System have recently merged. We are now providing care to residents in more than 40 communities in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
  • Significant protected time for EMS administrative duties, education, and field response;
  • Clinical duties will be at Rockford Memorial Hospital, a level I Trauma Center;
  • Rockford Memorial Hospital sees over 50,000 patients annually;
  • EMS Fellowship is not required - will train applicants with a passion for EMS.
Excellent base compensation, plus incentive bonuses, along with an outstanding benefit package including:  PAID; Malpractice, Health & Dental for physician & family, CME, Relocation, and more. Sign-on Bonus, Student Loan Forgiveness, relocation available.

The Rockford region is a family oriented community with many exceptional schools including public and private school systems.  Rockford also boasts fantastic golf courses and numerous outdoor activities including, hiking, biking, boating and fishing to name a few.  The Rockford region has easy access to Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee.



Jennifer Scherer or Dr. Jay MacNeal
608-756-6183 or 800-736-0552
To apply via our website visit:  


Mercy Health System is an EOE & AA/M/F/Vet/Disabled employer.  Applicants are required to Pass the Driver’s License Check and/or Credit Check (for those positions requiring) & Pass the WI Caregiver Background Check and/or Illinois Health Care Workers Background Check.


 University of New Mexico
EMS Fellowship

Our ACGME-accredited fellowship has a proven track record of training board-eligible emergency medicine physicians for a career in EMS.  We offer a broad introduction to all aspects of EMS medical direction, EMS research, and EMS clinical practice, including rural/suburban/urban systems, private and fire-based, air medical transport, mountain rescue and more:

Dedicated Experienced Faculty

Extensive Field Opportunities

Month-long Orientation

Weekly Didactic Sessions

Take-home Response Vehicles

Mentoring as Associate Medical Director

PGY 4/5 Salary plus moonlighting opportunities

Generous travel and education stipend
Full University Benefits

For more information ​contact:

Darren Braude, MD, EMT-P
EMS Fellowship Director  





Brigham and Women’s Hospital


Brigham 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.

 This 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.

Candidates 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. 

To apply, please submit a current Curriculum Vitae to: 

Robert L. Barbieri, M.D., Committee Chair
Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Kate Macy Ladd Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Harvard Medical School


We are 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.



​Job Announcement

            Public Safety Medical Director 


Position Overview:

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 required.


·         Conducts on-site reviews of emergency medical calls for service and provides direct medical assistance and supervision when needed.

·         Reviews, recommends, and approves for use any equipment, technology, or resource used by Public Safety personnel for emergency medical response.

·         Establishes, 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 and/or non-transport.

·         Educates, informs, and communicates to ensure effective communication throughout the Department.

·         Applies suitable reporting systems and structures and identifies appropriate training.

·         Maintains knowledge of state and national standards for emergency medical care and ensures that Public Safety personnel meet or exceed acceptable standards of care.

·         Participates in the development and presentation of educational and training programs for Departmental personnel as well as the community.

·         Develops and conducts periodic evaluation of policies and procedures.

·         Evaluates emergency medical care performance of Department personnel by monitoring reports and through direct observation.

·         Establishes policies and procedures for assuring the rights of individuals whether employees or citizens, are respected.

·         Establishes appropriate relationships with other health care agencies, boards, and organizations.

·         Coordinates partnerships between the Department of Public Safety and federally qualified health centers, hospital systems, and community-based health care organizations.

·         Acquires, maintains, and applies knowledge of social, regulatory, political, and economic factors that relate to emergency medical care services.

·         Represents the Department of Public Safety to the professional and lay community on medical and patient care issues.

·         Follows 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.


·         Must be a physician licensed by the State of Ohio with extensive experience in pre-hospital and emergency medical care within the State.

·         Must be a board-certified emergency medicine physician with at least 6 years of emergency care experience. 

·         A valid State of Ohio driver’s license is required. 

·         Must be able to lift and carry 75 pounds.

Persons interested in this position should submit a resume to:

Edward J. Eckart Jr., Assistant Director
      Department of Public Safety
      601 Lakeside Avenue, Room 230
      Cleveland, Ohio 44114