Specialty: TRAUMA SURGERY
Area: Binghamton area
Seeking an Associate Medical Director for its Trauma Program. This new position will assist with clinical responsibilities and administrative duties for an American College of Surgeons verified Level II Trauma Program. The position will generally have80% responsibility with Trauma Surgery and 20% with General Surgery, and will report to the Trauma Program Medical Director. The Trauma Program admits approximately 1100 patients annually and is led by a strong Trauma Surgery panel with support from Advanced Practice Providers. This is a new position to assist a growing program with an interest in developing greater depth in performance improvement and quality assurance, as well as for future succession planning.
This position will join our group of over 400 healthcare providers in 30+ medical and surgical specialties in multiple locations. We have a strong market presence in the region and an excellent referral base with an outstanding clinical and administrative support staff. There are opportunities for teaching residents and medical students from, as well as the ability to participate in clinical research.
Position requirements: BE/BC in General Surgery; preferred Trauma and/or Surgical Critical Care Fellowship training. Previous leadership experience in an accredited Trauma Program is preferred.
Generous base salary; incentive opportunities; family healthcare, dental, vision, LTD/STD; paid occurrence based malpractice; vacation, CME, loan forgiveness.
Group, has 200+ physicians providing care in over 20 medical and surgical specialties in multiple locations, and is a progressive multi-specialty group with a large primary care base. A not-for-profit large integrated health care system providing care for the surrounding population in central, southern New York and northern Pennsylvania. The service area population is approximately 350,000. This is a highly regarded 500 bed system. Our physicians enjoy the opportunity to work with residents in the Internal Medicine and Family Practice programs that are located at the facility, as well as teach third and fourth year medical students. An academic appointment at as well as the ability to participate in clinical research also exists. Recreational opportunities for all four seasons are abundant including skiing, skating and boating. For cultural activities, there is symphony, opera and a center for performing arts.
For more information please contact James Clements at [email protected] or call 716-689-6000.