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Advocate Aurora Health EMS/EM Medical Director

AAH_Vertical_RGB-(1).jpgAdvocate Aurora Health is seeking fellowship trained Emergency Medical Services physicians to join our Emergency Medicine teams throughout Wisconsin. Take a closer look at our opportunities.
We offer:
  • Financially stable and nationally recognized health system
  • Physician led and governed medical group
  • Collegial and supportive practice environments
  • Commitment to physician engagement and retention
  • State-of-the-art technology
  • Different structured opportunities to fit your lifestyle
  • Strong support staff including RNs and APCs
  • Wide variety of cases with diverse patient populations
  • Cities, suburbs, and small towns with easy access to international airports, desirable amenities and an abundance of recreational activities
There’s more:
  • Highly competitive compensation
  • Generous student loan forgiveness
  • Comprehensive benefit package including health, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Retirement program with company match and paid medical liability insurance
  • Relocation assistance of up to $12,000
We have opportunities in Oshkosh, Grafton, Kenosha and other locations throughout Wisconsin – let’s schedule a time to talk and find the opportunity that is best for you!
For more information about these opportunities, please contact Veronica Dupuis at [email protected].


Department of Emergency Medicine Yale University, School of Medicine

The Department of Emergency Medicine at the Yale University School of Medicine is seeking an Assistant/Associate/Professor experienced academic EMS physician to join the faculty as Section Chief of Emergency Medical Services. Rank and track commensurate with qualifications and experience.
  • Board certification in EMS and Emergency Medicine  
  • Experience with EMS-related research, faculty mentorship, EMS oversight, community paramedicine and mobile integrated health.
  • Candidates should be at the level of Assistant Professor or higher.
About Yale’s Section of EMS   
The EMS section is made up of EMS-board certified physicians and oversees Yale’s Center for EMS. EMS faculty provide medical direction for 27 EMS agencies in the areas surrounding Yale New Haven Hospital. The section also oversees an ACGME-accredited EMS fellowship with two fellowship slots per year as well as 5 paramedic programs per year, 7 EMT programs, bridge, and other hybrid EMS programs, and AHA courses that reach more than 7000 learners per year. Faculty also staff the SHARP team, which is the only pre-hospital physician response team in the state of Connecticut. The SHARP team operates two emergency vehicles and is activated for mass casualty incidents, difficult extrications, and other complex pre-hospital scenarios.
About Yale Emergency Medicine  
Yale Emergency Medicine staffs the three campuses of Yale New Haven Hospital with a total patient volume exceeding 180,000 visits per year. It is home to a four-year EM residency of 69 residents, a PA residency program, a world-class medical-school simulation program housed in the Department of EM, and numerous fellowship programs. Clinical opportunities include a range of acuity from our primary academic campus, a Level 1 trauma and comprehensive stroke care center, to community and freestanding EDs as well as the opportunity to care for a range of clinical acuity from critical care to observation medicine.
Preferred Experience
Prefer experience and interest in EMS research with experience mentoring junior faculty or trainees.
All application materials should be submitted electronically to:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Should you have any questions, please reach out to:
Name: Bonnie Lemelin
Title: Assistant Director, Emergency Medicine
Email: [email protected]

Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.


Regional EMS Medical Director – Carle Health

Carle Health is seeking a Regional EMS Medical Director to join our established Emergency Medicine team at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, Illinois.
Position Details Include:
  • This position is a .4 FTE administrative position with opportunity to do .2 - .6 FTE in EM clinical work.
  • The Regional EMS Medical Director is responsible for overseeing both emergency and non-emergency EMS operations throughout a multi-county area in Illinois.
  • The Regional EMS Medical Director will report to the Associate and Assistant Medical Directors of the Emergency Department at Carle Foundation Hospital as well as the Associate Chief Medical Director of Hospital Medicine.
  • Assists in the coordination and oversite of technical and operational activities in assigned department.
  • Maintains, annually reviews, and updates treatment protocols, documentation requirements and work processes.
  • Supports department goals and initiatives to continuously improve patient care and service
  • Proactively shares best practices related to workflows, continuing education, engagement, and patient satisfaction with leaders.
  • Attends meetings for clinical and administrative staff as required and chair/serve on committees as requested by Carle and share appropriate information with staff.
  • Academic appointment to the faculty of the Carle Illinois College of Medicine. Supports premed and medical student research and clinical experience. Directs or Co-Directs the 2-week EMS M4 elective program.
  • Credentialing and provision of direct and indirect medical oversight of all EMS system agencies' personnel, including first responders, EMTs, Advanced EMTs, Paramedics, and prehospital RNs.
  • Developing, overseeing, and participating in education and outreach efforts to the entire Carle Regional EMS system.
  • Outreach relations to organizations outside Carle Regional EMS to form relationships and help recruit within our service areas.
  • Researching, writing, and revising evidence based out of hospital care protocols.
  • Performing EMS Quality Assurance, which includes system level efforts related to Trauma, STEMI, Stroke, etc.
  • Leading Carle's efforts in public health, including disaster preparedness, working with law enforcement, and practicing mass gathering medicine (e.g., Illini Football, Illinois Marathon).
  • Coordinating efforts with Regional Outreach to expand the scope and regional draw of the Carle hospital system as a whole.
  • Pursuing integration with University of Illinois to conduct research relevant to the mission of the Illinois Fire Service Institute
  • Support of regional mass gathering events, including NCAA Division I Athletics, the Illinois Marathon, and a wide range of additional large local activities on an intermittent basis.
  • Support of local police specialty teams, including multiple SWAT units and the East Central Illinois Bomb Squad.
Candidate Qualifications:
  • Medical Degree or Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Candidates must be BE/BC in EMS
  • Active Medical License in good standing with the ability to obtain an Illinois Medical License
  • Previous work experience as a Paramedic in a 911 response system preferred but not required
  • Candidates must be willing to live within Champaign County (preferably within 15 miles of Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, IL)
To apply for our position or for more information, please visit our website here.


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