The City of Colorado Springs Fire Department and its Medical Partners have posted an RFP to hire a contract Fire Medical Director for the Colorado Springs area. The Fire Medical Director is responsible for all aspects of the EMS System and provision of basic (EMT-B) and advanced life support (EMT-P) emergency medical services (EMS).
The primary role of the Medical Director is to ensure quality patient care. Responsibilities include involvement with the ongoing design, operation, evaluation, and revision of the EMS system from initial patient access to definitive patient care. Our EMS System should ensure that the Medical Director has authority over patient care, authority to limit the patient care activities of those who deviate from established standards or do not meet training standards, and the responsibility and authority to develop and implement medical policies and procedures.
The CSFD Medical Director will work in conjunction with the Deputy Medical Directors to provide oversight to all clinical and patient care aspects of the Colorado Springs EMS & Non-Emergency Medical Services (NEMS) system, to include CSFD and the city contract ambulance. Appointed and serves at the direction of the office of the Fire Chief. Works in conjunction with CSFD Medical Division and Community and Public Health Battalion Chief.
For more information, or to submit a bid for this position, click here to go to Rocky Mountain purchasing System / BidNet , or here to go to the Public Purchasing Portal City of Colorado Springs.
University Health Physicians, the physician group practice for Truman Medical Centers, is recruiting faculty at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. Candidates must be board-certified/board-eligible emergency physicians. All qualified candidates will be considered, but preference will be given to candidates with EMS, Research or Ultrasound expertise. The department supports one of the nation's oldest fully-accredited three-year residency programs, with 33 residents. Truman Medical Center is a level I trauma center and the ED has an annual volume of 62,000 adult patients in a modern, state-of-the-art facility with 48 beds.
Kansas City offers an attractive lifestyle with low cost-of-living and affordable housing, renowned suburbs with top-ranked schools, and numerous outdoor activities. Interested candidates should e-mail a letter of interest and CV in confidence to:
Matthew Gratton, MD
Professor and Chair
Department of Emergency Medicine
2310 Holmes Street, Ste. 800
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
EOE – M/F/Vet/Disabled
Cleveland County seeks an outstanding manager and leader for our next Emergency Medical Services Director to lead staff and meet the next challenges for this important community resource. The department enjoys a good reputation with the patient population it serves with staff rated very high for customer service. The position is open due to retirement.
The Community: Cleveland County (County Seat, Shelby) is found in the rolling piedmont of the southwestern portion of North Carolina in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 50 miles southwest of Charlotte. With a population of over 97,000 across 15 incorporated municipalities and unincorporated areas, Cleveland County offers family friendly communities while also hosting a robust business economy. Cleveland County is home to numerous ISO 9000 certified companies, and over 40 percent of the work force is involved in advanced manufacturing.
Location is one of Cleveland County's biggest advantages. Our county is the gateway between Asheville and Charlotte and is centered between two of the largest metropolitan areas of the Carolinas-- Charlotte and Greenville/Spartanburg with easy access to major airports and interstate highways to get to your desired destination.
Position Responsibilities: With nine responding stations and twelve specialized teams providing EMS services in 468 square miles, the Emergency Medical Services Director is responsible for 72 full time employees and 63 part-time staff including 7 supervisory positions and 61 front line paramedics. The Division has an annual budget of $6.3M and responded to 21,046 calls in 2017. The next Director will be only the third Director in the department's history and enters when the profession nationally is facing a multigenerational workforce, challenging turnover statistics, unprecedented call volumes and tight resources. This is an opportunity for a technology savvy and innovative leader who is passionate about professional development, succession planning, bridging generations, and is an outstanding advocate for the department in the community, the state and the region.
Qualifications: A bachelor's degree with coursework in emergency medical science, or a related field and 10 or more years of experience as a paramedic responding to out-of-hospital emergency calls with five years of supervisory experience is required. A relevant Master's degree is preferred. Must possess and maintain North Carolina or National Registry Paramedic Certification, International Trauma Life Support Certification, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification, Basic Cardiac Life Support Certification, and be certified by North Carolina Board of Medical board of examiners as a Paramedic or acquire within a negotiated timeframe.
The successful candidate:
The hiring range is $71,316- $92,718 base salary and compensation is negotiable based on experience and qualifications. Residency within the county is required within a negotiated time frame.
- an experienced strategic thinker who can facilitate the development and implementation of a clear vision for the department;
- an empowering leader equally dedicated to building a cohesive team as well as the development of individual employees in key skill and leadership areas;
- is tech savvy with a thorough understanding, working knowledge and appreciation for cutting edge technology in the provision of medical services;
- has a track record of successful and effective levels of retention and recruitment in prior positions;
- expects and personally delivers a high level of accountability for excellence;
- is an energetic professional who will ensure that the department continues to provide and further enhances outstanding customer service;
- is experienced in organizational evaluation including assessment of current equipment and planning for future needs;
- understands and meets the challenges of ensuring rapid response in a large and rural geographical area;
- a skilled financial manager who can explore revenue options such as grants, creatively manage limited resources, and advocate for the Emergency Medical Services Department within the County budgeting system;
- a team-oriented manager who can build successful and effective working relationships with other staff and senior managers to problem solve collaboratively;
- an innovative and creative problem solver with a track record of navigating challenges proactively; and,
- a skilled collaborator who understands the needs of non-profit providers and volunteers, and can easily build partnerships.
To apply, please go to https://www.developmentalassociates.com/client-openings/ and click on "View Client Positions" button and then the Emergency Services Director – Cleveland County link. All applications must be submitted online. All inquiries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resume review begins September 23, 2018. On-site skill evaluation for the semi-finalists will be held October 25-26, 2018 in Cleveland County. Cleveland County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Recruitment and Selection Process is being Managed by Developmental Associates, LLC.
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is recruiting for a highly qualified, full time BC/BE Associate Medical Director for our EMS. University Hospital (UH)-EMS is one of the largest and most comprehensive pre-hospital healthcare systems in the nation and represents the only state-affiliated service in the state. UH-EMS incorporates ALS, BLS, Rescue, 9-1-1 EMS/Fire Communications, Special Operations, Air Medical, Critical Care Transport, Tactical Medicine, Research, Training, and Education. UH-EMS ranks as one of the busiest and most experienced units nationally, with over 125,000 requests for service annually within our coverage areas.
Join a diverse, enthusiastic faculty of academic Emergency Physicians in an expanding and dynamic department committed to scholarship, education, research, and outstanding clinical care. Clinical services are provided at University Hospital in Newark, NJ, the only Level I trauma center for northern New Jersey, and the only public hospital serving the state.
A competitive salary structure commensurate with qualifications, professional (CME) allowance, and a comprehensive benefit package is offered.
Successful applicants will have a desire for clinical, academic and administrative excellence and subspecialty practice in EMS.
For more information see our website at:http://njms.rutgers.edu/departments/emergency_medicine
Submit a CV/cover letter, please contact: M. Meredith Masters, MD, EMS Medical Director, 185 South Orange Avenue, MSB 609, Newark, NJ 07103; Email: email@example.com
Exceptional opportunities to further your career in academic EMS. The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health (UW-SMPH) in Madison, Wisconsin is has positions available for both an Adult or Pediatric Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physician (BC/BE) as well as an EMS Section Chief.
The successful candidate(s) will join a faculty of both adult and pediatric emergency physicians, as well as flight physicians. The candidate(s) will work closely with individual EMS agencies as well as Dane County and Wisconsin state EMS regulators and leaders. The DEM Prehospital Faculty Section also oversees the UW Emergency Education Center, which provides EMS Primary & Continuing Education, including paramedic, critical care, and advanced courses, and provides training for UWHealth.
Prehospital responsibilities will include oversight of EMS agencies, educating EMS providers, clinical research related to EMS practices, oversight of the Physician Response Vehicle, and opportunity may exist to serve as a flight physician. Responsibilities will also include the clinical care of pediatric and adult patients in the emergency department (ED) and educating medical students, residents, and other learners in the academic medicine setting. Additional time will also be devoted to administrative responsibilities.
The EMS Section Chief will also be responsible for the leadership and academic growth of the DEM EMS program. Leadership responsibilities include, mentoring junior faculty and additional administrative responsibilities.
UW EM faculty provide clinical services in the EDs at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics (University Hospital) and other UWHealth-approved sites.University Hospital is a busy referral hospital; one of only two academic medical centers in the state; and a Level 1 Trauma and Burn center for both adult and pediatric patients.
Madison, the vibrant capital of Wisconsin and home to the University of Wisconsin, has the best of all worlds: natural beauty and outdoor recreation, stimulating cultural offerings, distinctive restaurants and shops, and a spirit of fun.
A competitive salary structure commensurate with qualifications, relocation assistance, professional (CME) allowance, and a comprehensive benefit package is offered. To inquire, send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to:
Azita G. Hamedani, MD MPH MBA
Chair, BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine Suite 310, MC 9123
800 University Bay Drive, Madison, WI 53705
The University of Wisconsin - Madison is an EEO/AA Employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Wisconsin caregiver and open records laws apply.
A background check will be conducted prior to employment.
ASSOCIATE REGIONAL EMS MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Baystate Health, home of the University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate, is currently hiring a BC/BE Associate Regional Medical Director of EMS to join our growing Department of Emergency Medicine. In this role, you 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.
- Oversight of EMS in our 4 hospital, 5 emergency department 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, the is region’s only Level 1 Trauma and tertiary care referral center serving over 122,000 annual ED visits. 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. BMC is the busiest single-site ED in Massachusetts.
Baystate Health is Massachusetts’ third-largest healthcare system and consistently ranks among the nation’s top hospitals and healthcare organizations. As a not-for-profit, mission-driven, integrated health system, Baystate Health serves a population of more than 750,000 people in communities across western Massachusetts.
Reinventing healthcare takes courage. It takes collaboration. It takes you.
If you are interested in learning more about BH or to apply, please visit us online at: choosebaystatehealth.org or contact: Kristin Richard, Senior Physician Recruiter
Telephone: 413.794.7847; Fax: 413.794.5059; Email: Kristin.Richard@BaystateHealth.org.
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.
EMS Medical Director for Durham County, NC
The Duke Division of Emergency Medicine and the Durham County EMS are recruiting a Medical Director for the Durham County EMS. This is a shared position between Duke Health and the Durham County EMS.
The ideal candidate is expected to have completed a fellowship in Emergency Medicine, and be Board Certified or Board Eligible in EMS. In addition to excellent EMS skills, the ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and leadership skills, and the ability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team environment in a flagship medical center. Leadership or management experience in EMS service is preferred.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a progressive and innovative EM faculty group in an outstanding world class healthcare system. Duke offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Faculty rank is commensurate with credentials.
Durham County EMS:
- The Department of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) serves the entire population of Durham County estimated to be approximately 300,000+ and a service area of 299 square miles. The DCEMS paramedics respond to approximately 47,500 calls for service annually. The department is divided in two four divisions – Operations, Clinical Affairs, Finance and Administration, and Support Services.
- The Durham County EMS System Medical Director oversees all licensed ambulance services in Durham County. Duke has continuously held the contract for EMS medical direction since inception.
- The Medical Director contract is overseen by the Durham County Emergency Medical Services EMS Director.
Two hospitals in Durham County currently have representation from EMS on QA committees at each hospital and each hospital is represented on the EMS Peer Review Committee with great working relationships.
- One set of protocols for all credentialed EMS providers and first responders
- One PSAP – Durham Emergency Communications Center recognized by ACE
- Working toward CAAS accreditation
- ESO Solutions documentation software
- AHA Gold Plus STEMI recognition in May 2018
- State of the art ambulances and equipment
- Mobile Simulation Unit with high-fidelity manikins for training
- Real-time data monitoring and QM/QA with FirstWatch
- Duke University Hospital, Level 1 Trauma center
- Duke Regional Hospital
Durham Fire Department is a full time paid service which handles a bulk of the area’s calls requiring a first responder.
Bahama, Redwood and Lebanon volunteer fire departments have paid staff 24/7 and respond to EMS calls for service outside the city limits.
Duke Emergency Medicine:
Duke University Medical Center is a Level I Trauma Center with over 80,000 visits annually, a state of the art facility, and a competitive EM residency program.
Commonly referred to as "The Triangle," Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill offer many options for families, outdoor activities, unique shops, dining and nightlife. The Research Triangle Park (RTP) is one of the largest research parks in the world, named for the three major research universities in these three cities. This globally prominent high-tech research and development center has made the area culturally diverse, economically resilient, and nationally recognized as a great place to live.
Interested candidates should apply with CV and letter of interest via the LINK below:
Mercyhealth is seeking BE/BC Emergency Medicine Physicians to join an award-winning fully integrated health care delivery system as an Associate EMS Medical Directors for Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. An EMS Fellowship is not required – our experienced EMS physicians will train applicants with a passion for EMS and desire to learn. You will join seven other EMS physicians working to build a geographically diverse high performing EMS system. Mercyhealth encompasses more than 80 clinics across the Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin region, with over 700 employed physicians. Mercyhealth was recently included on the Becker’s Hospital Review list of top 150 places to work in healthcare.
- Work five clinical shifts in one of our six Emergency Departments in the region, and ten call shifts on one of our well-equipped MD-1 EMS physician response vehicles.
- MD-1 EMS physician response vehicles include Sonosite US, Glidescope, Zoll X, LUCAS 2, emergency warning package, and integrated public safety communication packages
- REACT Air Medical program flight and flight crew teaching time available
- Find your niche teaching, doing research, or responding daily with our nearly 105 Dispatch, EMS, Fire, and Law Enforcement agencies
- Three EMS training centers (EMT through Medic) and Tactical training center (RTF through TEMS), with incredible support staff and EMS instructors Two dedicated EMS High Fidelity Simulation Labs with an entire family of mannequins
- Hospital committee leadership roles available to continue to improve care to our patients and represent EMS
- Designated Level I and Level II trauma centers, primary stroke centers, chest pain centers with PCI, Pediatric ICU, and Level III NICU
- New Family Medicine and Internal Medicine residency programs open in July 2019
Compensation & Benefits:
- Highly competitive compensation with incentive bonuses, along with our outstanding benefits package including: paid malpractice, medical licensure reimbursement, health and dental benefits, CME, relocation assistance, retirement plan, and more.
- Sign-on bonus and student loan forgiveness negotiable.
Your home base could be anywhere in proximity to the following locations: Janesville or Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, or Rockford or Harvard, Illinois.
For further details:
Office: (815) 971-2920
Mobile: (630) 835-9308 (Text welcome)
West Virginia University Department of Emergency Medicine's Division of Prehospital Medicine, has an exciting new opportunity for Emergency Medical Services Subspecialty Board Certified or Eligible Physicians. Our Prehospital Division is brand new this year. We are looking for energetic EMS Physicians to build a statewide EMS resource and research center from the ground up! Currently our well established Medical Command Center provides EMS Medical Command for all of the North, Central, and Easter portions of WV. We also provide Medical Direction/Command for HealthNet Aeromedical Services, performing 4,500 completed transports/year operating from 10 bases across the state, as well as ground operations that are performing in excess of 42,000 transports/year ranging from BLS to Critical Care Transport.
West Virginia offers an amazingly beautify rural environment in which your services can make a significant impact. Our goal is to promote EMS-specialized Physician involvement and prehospital EMS practice throughout the entire state. The Division's mission not only includes functioning as a major resource for the WVOEMS and agencies, but also rural EMS research. In addition to these functions we currently provide the EMS education for our Emergency Medicine Residency and hope soon to start the state's first and only accredited EMS Fellowship.
Qualified applicants must have an MD or DO degree (or its foreign equivalent) and be eligible to obtain an unrestricted West Virginia medical license. Candidates must have completed an accredited Emergency Medicine residency program and EMS Fellowship Program. Faculty rank and salary will be commensurate with credentials and experience. WVU offers a highly competitive and comprehensive recruitment package.
The Department of Emergency Medicine at WVU maintains a thriving clinical practice—including West Virginia University Hospitals/Ruby Memorial Hospital (55,000 visits/year, Level 1 Trauma Center), United Hospital Center (58,000 visits/year), St. Joseph's Hospital (24,000 visits/year), two WVU Urgent Care centers, WVU Student Health, WVU International Travel Clinic, and an internal locum tenens practice. Across this myriad of EM practices, our faculty, fellows, residents, and advanced practice providers care for more than 181,000 patients per year. Our Department is home to a competitive residency program of nearly 30 residents—attracting top-notch housestaff from medical schools across the country. We also offer a state-of-the-art emergency ultrasound fellowship program—again attracting some of the brightest and most skilled young emergency physicians from around the country.
West Virginia's largest private employer, and a national leader in patient safety and quality. WVU Medicine includes the physicians, specialists, and sub-specialists of the West Virginia University School of Medicine; four community hospitals; three critical access hospitals; and a children's hospital, all anchored by a 645-bed academic medical center that offers tertiary and quaternary care. WVU Medicine has more than 1,000 active medical staff members and 15,000 employees who serve hundreds of thousands of people each year from across the state of West Virginia and the nation.
Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the best small metropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle and business climate. The area offers the cultural diversity and amenities of a large city in a safe, family-friendly environment. There is also an excellent school system and an abundance of beautiful homes and recreational activities.
Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a difference from day one. To learn more, visit https://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/em and apply online.
For additional questions or to apply, please contact P.S. Martin, MD FACEP FAEMS, Director, WVU DEM Division of Prehospital Medicine, PS.Martin@hsc.wvu.edu and Angel Greathouse, Senior Physician Recruiter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WVU & UHA are AA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.