A board eligible/certified Critical Care Specialist is needed for Mercy Hospital of Buffalo. This is a Hospital employed position with availability starting in Winter/Spring 2017. Candidates will be well supported by a complement of well-trained staff and modern technology. Staffing for this service will include a team of specialty trained advanced practice providers and nursing support.
This Hospital based inpatient practice is poised to deliver opportunities to better integrate high value Critical Care Services to one of the region’s high acuity hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo. It is also designed to offer a high-performing provider care network that will manage care-delivery with seamless, well-coordinated care for critically ill inpatients requiring critical care expertise in Neuro-Critical Care, Pulmonary/Critical Care and Cardio-Thoracic Critical Care.
Candidates can expect initial patient loads of 12 patients per day covering a comprehensive variety of cardiac and medical/surgical patients.
Overall, this position provides an exceptional opportunity for quality of life while still providing the fulfilment and challenge of a robust and high technology critical-care department. The Western New York region is known for its exceptional beauty and many recreational activities in all four seasons. The salary and benefit package will be competitive.
Contact our Physician Recruitment Team for more information about this Hospital employed opportunity. We want you and your family to explore the possibilities with a community that offers quality of life and affordable living.
SALARY & BENEFITS / INTERESTED APPLICANTS: Catholic Health offers competitive physician salaries and excellent benefits. Interested applicants should reply with a current CV and a cover letter (with salary requirements) to the attention of: Victor Ramirez - Vice President of Physician Recruitment (5th Floor), 144 Genesee Street Buffalo, NY 14203 or email at email@example.com
Note: Solicitations from Third-Party Recruitment Firms (Retained and Contingency) and Locums Companies are not accepted.
Successful physician candidates at Mercy Hospital of Buffalo will possess the following:
• Passion for delivering high-quality, value-based versus volume-based care.
• Preference for real-time, data-driven clinical decision-making.
• Desire to be a part of an organization that is committed to excellence.
• Ability to provide a full scope of critical care services.
• Board certified, or board eligible, MD or DO with advanced graduate medical education and training in Critical Care
• Current, unrestricted, New York State license or NYS Licensure in progress and active on date of hire
• Current, unrestricted federal, and as needed state, prescriptive authority.
Success in healthcare has traditionally been measured in scientific
and technological advances – from groundbreaking new techniques, or
discoveries in pharmaceuticals, to advancements in clinical informatics.
Although we strive for what is newer, better and more effective, today’s
successes are also measured in how well we make healthcare more
accessible, more efficient and more prevention-fo...cused.
New healthcare models align healthcare and social service resources
to improve the health of an entire population. Within these models,
healthcare organizations must deliver efficient and effective quality
outcomes in order to succeed.
By embracing change and adapting to new models, Catholic Health is
delivering results and transforming healthcare for Western New York.
In its first full year of operation, the Catholic Health/Catholic Medical
Partners Accountable Care Organization saved more than $27 million in
Medicare costs, while achieving outstanding results in quality measures.
In reimagining healthcare delivery, Catholic Health has consistently
been a leader in combining clinical skill and innovation with a keen
awareness of the processes, settings and other influences affecting the
quality of care in our community. That’s been the foundation for our
success in transforming healthcare in Western New York.
Like the religious orders that founded our healthcare ministry, we
seek to maximize the resources we have been given. In that spirit,
Catholic Health has developed opportunities to strengthen the
organization through non-traditional offerings including First Choice, a
self-funded health plan that offers area employers more cost-effective,
comprehensive health coverage. We have also enhanced administrative
efficiencies by bringing nearly 700 associates together in downtown
Buffalo to work in our new Administrative & Regional Training Center.
It’s an exciting time at Catholic Health. We have made significant
advances in the care we provide, the coordination of care delivery and
the efficient administration of our ministry.
A strong community needs a strong healthcare system. For more than
a decade, our team has been working to strengthen and transform
healthcare in our community. As change continues, Catholic Health
stands ready and will continue to provide support, collaboration and
leadership for a better, healthier Western New York.
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