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ACGME-Accredited EMS Fellowship

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ACGME-Accredited EMS Fellowship

The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics seeks qualified residency-trained applicants for its EMS fellowship with a start date of July 1, 2023. The fellowship is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
 
During this one-year opportunity, the fellow will interface with EMS and disaster medicine leaders while engaging with a variety of local EMS systems in south central Wisconsin. At the completion of the fellowship, the fellow will be fully prepared to sit for the ABEM EMS board certification exam and provide exceptional medical direction to prehospital emergency care agencies with advanced competencies in EMS operations, administration, and clinical care.
 
Highlights of the fellowship:
  • Access to the UW ALS Consortium network consisting of 6 EMS agencies with >200 prehospital providers
  • On-scene medical direction and patient care resources
    • Two physician response and outreach vehicles staffed 24/7
    • Tactical EMS exposure
    • Physician staffed helicopter EMS opportunities
  • Robust curriculum, teaching, and simulation training
    • 140+ hours of educational didactics
    • Support to attend the NAEMSP Annual Meeting and Medical Directors course, as well as courses through the Center for Domestic Preparedness
    • 60+ teaching hours with paramedics and EMS providers
    • Develop and implement complex field simulations and quality improvement and process development initiatives, including in-situ simulation
    • Provide educational content at resident didactic conferences
    • Opportunity to utilize a state-of-the-art simulation training ambulance
  • Expert faculty physician mentorship
    • Cohort of 7 EMS & Med Flight faculty
    • Dedicated EMS quality and patient safety clinical care groups
    • Representation at local, regional, and state-level EMS leadership committees
    • Participation in large scale mass casualty incident (MCI) training events
  • Protected non-clinical time for the fellowship curriculum with an average of 6 shifts per month
  • Opportunity to develop a research project with support from expert research faculty at DEM, which is ranked among the top academic departments of emergency medicine for NIH research funding
The fellow will be compensated at the PG 4 annual stipend rate established by the Graduate Medical Education Office at UW Health. The fellow will also receive additional CME funds to complete their emergency medicine board certification, attend conferences, and enhance their educational experience based upon their specific interests.
 
We are located in Madison, Wisconsin, the state’s capital isthmus city between the two largest of five sparkling lakes boasting beautiful scenery and plentiful outdoor adventure year-round, as well as vibrant arts, culinary, and education hubs. Madison was recently declared the “Best Place to Live in America” by Livability and is a dynamic, affordable place to live and work for both families and young professionals. Learn more about what you can do, see, experience, and love in Madison here.
 
How to Apply
Visit www.emed.wisc.edu for application instructions. For application questions, please contact the EMS Fellowship Program Coordinator: Megan Childers, MHA, [email protected].
 
Applications are due by September 15, 2022.

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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.
 
Qualifications:  
  • 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 www.choosebaystatehealth.org. Interact with us socially at facebook.com/BaystateCareers 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.
 

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