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Baystate Health EMS and Critical Care Transport Faculty Opportunity ‎

 Baystate Health, western Massachusetts’ premier healthcare provider and home to the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School – Baystate, is seeking an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physician to join our organization.
Position Highlights –
  • Provide medical oversight for prehospital emergency response agencies (fire-rescue, EMS, police, and dispatch) as well as critical care and interfacility transport for the Baystate Health organization. Baystate Medical Center, the region’s only Level I Trauma and tertiary care referral center, serves over 120,000 annual ED visits. Our EDs serve a combined volume of over 200,000 annual visits. More than 40,000 EMS arrivals are brought to Baystate Medical Center annually.
  • Join our team of 3 progressive BC/BE EMS physicians who provide oversight of EMS at our 4 hospitals across western MA, alongside a dedicated EMS Manager, 4 EMS Coordinators, and support staff.
  • Provide medical direction for a new, CAMTS-accredited ground Critical Care Transport program, the only service of its kind in western MA, as well as air-medical transport.
  • Play a key role in the expansion of our EMS services to include an ACGME-approved EMS fellowship, prehospital physician field response/on-scene medical control, Mobile Integrated Healthcare, and prehospital research.
  • Assist with the oversight and delivery of a variety of services to urban, rural, municipal, volunteer, private, and Fire Department-based agencies as well as regional specialty rescue teams.
  • Receive dedicated academic time to direct our regional EMS system in conjunction with our Regional EMS Medical Director and EMS Manager and Coordinators.
  • Enjoy a combination of clinical care and resident and medical student teaching with a faculty appointment at University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School – Baystate.
YOU BELONG AT BAYSTATE. Your motivation and ideas will help advance EMS in western Massachusetts. Become part of our prehospital community serving those in need. At Baystate Health, we know that treating our patients and colleagues with dignity and equity motivates and fosters a sense of community, not only within our organization, but also the community and patients we serve. It is how we advance the care and enhance the lives of all those we touch.
  • ABMS BC/BE in Emergency Medical Services is required. A focus on prehospital clinical research and quality improvement is highly desirable, as is a strong commitment to collaboration, quality, systems integration, and lifelong learning.
  • Prior critical care and/or critical care transport medicine experience is preferred.
  • Demonstrable record of collaboration, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and enthusiasm for medical education and mentorship. Our division greatly values teamwork, collegiality, and work/life balance.
To learn more about our outstanding health system and life in western Massachusetts, please visit our website at Interact with us socially at or on Twitter @BaystateCareers.

All correspondence can be directed to:
Dr. Seth Kelly, EMS Chief
c/o Melissa Hale, Senior Physician Recruiter
Telephone: 413.794.2624; Email: [email protected]
Are you ready to advance your career with us?
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.


Austin Community College - Medical Director

To support individual programs for developing specific curricula to meet identified training and educational needs for the ACC EMSP program in order for students to meet industry competencies. May also serve as physician course director with physician oversight responsibilities. Responsible for educational content and ultimately proficiencies of graduates the program.

Description of Duties & Tasks

  • Reviews and approves educational content of the assigned program curriculum for ongoing appropriateness, medical accuracy, and fit with EMSP core content as well as advanced curriculum standards and reflects current evidence-informed prehospital or emergency care practice.
  • Works with faculty/staff to assure courses meet required lengths and have appropriate field/hospital/clinical experiences from a compliance perspective.
  • Reviews and approves the required minimum numbers for each of the patient contacts and procedures required by the program as listed in the CAAHEP Standards and Guidelines.
  • Develops and monitors initiatives to assure quality of medical instruction, supervision, and evaluation of the students in all areas of the program.
  • Verifies assessment and ongoing training of faculty within the program.
  • Monitors and approves student academic and clinical progress through each semester.
  • Coordinates with faculty and staff as necessary in the determination of appropriate corrective intervention measures.
  • Provides for assessment of students within the program in cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains and that these are reflective of the skills performed in the EMSP profession for graduates of the program.
  • Provides adequate controls to assure the quality of delegated responsibilities.
  • Acts as a liaison between the program and the health care community including physicians in order to assure consistency with curriculum and expectations of prehospital care as set by the medical practice and EMSP related standards.
  • Stays current on expectations of both federal and state guidelines regarding EMSP related training and educational programs and assures compliance with those guidelines.
  • Provides for pre-exit evaluations of graduating student to include but not limited to: 1) assure quality in the delivery of medical care; 2) integrity professionalism; 3) dedication to continuing education; and 4) overall positive philosophy towards the field which may include but not limited to an exit interview or use of didactic, psychomotor, and performance scenario-based patient contact situations in the field to evaluate student skills.
  • Collaborate with the program director in matters concerning program status, enrollment, and administrative updates.
  • Visits with students including but not limited to student appointments at designated campus office and/or physical-level classroom/clinical classes.

Additional Job Specific Duties Knowledge

  • Knowledge of current educational requirements of the Emergency Medical Services Professions and related legislative and regulatory issues.
  • Understanding of college programs, services, and strategic directions.
  • Awareness of supervisory practices, principles, and methods.
  • Familiarity with multicultural education programs and systems.


  • Maintaining an established work schedule.
  • Effectively using interpersonal and communications skills to communicate complex information clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing including sensitivity to the needs of students from diverse backgrounds, tact, and diplomacy.
  • Effectively using organizational and planning skills with attention to details and follow through.
  • Maintaining confidentiality of work-related information and materials.
  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.

Technology Skills

  • Use a variety of spreadsheet, word-processing, database, and presentation software.

Work Experience

  • Three years of experience as physician in emergency care of patients.

Preferred Experience

  • Member of local medical community
  • Participate in professional activities related to out-of-hospital care

Required Education

  • In accordance with CoAEMSPP requirements, Doctor of Medicine with current licensure in the state of Texas.

Preferred Education Special Requirements

  • Must be a physician currently licensed to practice medicine with the United States and currently authorized to practice within the geographic area served by the program with no current disciplinary action pending or in process.

Physical Requirements

  • Work is performed in a standard office or classroom environment.
  • Subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, kneeling, pushing and pulling.
  • Occasional lifting of objects up to 10 pounds.


  • Work safely and follow safety rules. Report unsafe working conditions and behavior. Take reasonable and prudent actions to prevent others from engaging in unsafe practices.

This is a part time position with pay at $50,000/annually.

To read more about this job or to apply click here.


Chief of Emergency Medical Services - Fort Bend County, TX‎

Located in the Southwestern part of the 13-county Houston-Galveston Metropolitan area, Fort Bend County, Texas, consistently ranks as one of the fastest-growing counties in America with a population of 882,509 in 885 square miles. Excellent schools, affordable housing, and extensive recreational facilities have attracted families with impressive demographic profiles making Fort Bend County the most ethnically diverse county in the nation, with over 40% of the population being college-educated.
Created by approval of the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court, Fort Bend County Emergency Medical Services (FBCEMS) began operations in May 1972. As a government third-service department, FBCEMS is proud to be one of the few remaining county-based EMS agencies operating in the state. It has a FY22 budget of $19,961,262 (FY23 projected to be $23,834,944), and a team of 189 full-time employees and 20 part-time employees. With nearly 50 years of prehospital EMS experience, FBCEMS is committed to providing its patients, citizens, and staff with leadership and service composed of its Core Values of Compassion, Empathy, Teamwork, Innovation, Professionalism, and Safety. The FBCEMS motto is Enhancing Lives Through our Commitment to Excellence.
Fort Bend County is seeking a skilled and visionary servant leader ready to take the reins of an award-winning organization and set the stage for a new era of growth and success to serve as its Chief of FBCEMS. The Chief of the Fort Bend County EMS is responsible for the operational integrity, financial viability, and overall development of the District. It is the organization’s top-appointed position, serving as a principal employee advisor to the Director of HHS to create strategic plans and short- and long-term goals.
A bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, health care administration, or a related field and at least eight years’ experience in EMS management, healthcare administration, and/or local government management, with four years in a supervisory capacity, is required. Completion of specialized paramedic training, Texas Paramedic Certification, and current CPR Certification is also required. Candidates should have a valid Texas driver’s license. A master’s degree is preferred. Relevant experience may be substituted for education.
The salary range for this position is $111,450-$167,165 dependent on qualifications and experience.
Please apply online:
For more information on this position contact:
Bill Peterson, Senior Vice President
[email protected]


EMS Physician-Researcher Opportunity

The Pinellas County EMS Office of the Medical Director is seeking a physician-researcher to join our team as Associate Medical Director for Research.  Ideal candidates should be board certified in EMS and have will have experience in performing retrospective and prospective research trials, leading a research team, and submission/management of research grants. The primary objective of the position is to enhance our system’s research capabilities with a goal of conducting impactful prospective prehospital research in the next 3 years.
About the position:
  • Generous stipend and benefits package commensurate with 3+ days per week dedicated to the system
  • Direct support from a biostatistician, anthropologist, and an IRB facilitator
  • Centralized data and clinical information systems that have been intentionally selected to support research
  • Responsible to provide research focused mentorship paramedics, medical students, residents, and an EMS Fellow
  • Clinical practice opportunities are available in both community and academic EDs 
  • Faculty appointment within the Section of EMS (8 other EMS Faculty) is possible at a top medical school
  • May also have access to statewide databases and resources in collaboration with the Pinellas County EMS Medical Director who also serves as the State EMS Medical Director

About Pinellas County EMS:
  • Covers a population of 1 million
  • Annual EMS call volume of 250,000
  • 2000 EMTs and Paramedics
  • 18 ALS First Response fire departments
  • A single countywide ambulance service
  • Active Tactical, HAZMAT, Technical Rescue, USAR, and Critical Care Teams
  • Standardized medical equipment and treatment protocols across the system
  • Unified Medical Direction and On-Line Medical Control
  • Physician response vehicle
About Pinellas County:
Pinellas County is a peninsula located on the western side of Tampa Bay. It is the most densely populated county in the state and includes fantastic cities such as St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tarpon Springs. Pinellas County is a great place to live and boasts several top ranked beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. The greater Tampa Bay area has top NFL, NHL, and MLB teams, and very active arts, cultural, and culinary scenes.
Please contact Dr. Angus Jameson at [email protected] for more information on this opportunity.


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