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Skilled Hospitalist needed in Upstate New York

Specialty: Hospital Medicine

Posted: Nov 23, 2020 D&Y
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Contact Name: Rhonda Staton
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Facility: New York Area
Location: Upstate, New York
USA
Degree: MD
Years Partnership: N/A
Board Status: Board Certified
Fellowship Required: No
Certification: No Preference
Locum Rate: Negotiable
Perm/Locum: 5+ week LT Job
Workload: Part Time
Position Type:
  • Hospital
Directorship: No
Schedule Description: 5 shift min
Shift Description: 7a-7p 7p-7a
Requirements:
  • Hospitalist
  • Procedures
Date Posted: 11/23/2020
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Contact Name: Rhonda Staton
Company: D&Y
Agency: Yes
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Fax: 256-382-1705
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Skilled Hospitalist needed in Upstate New York
Specialty: Hospital Medicine
Facility information
• Number of ICU beds: 8
• EMR system: MediTech
• Board requirement: Certified or eligible in IM or FP (with hospital experience)
LOCUMS NEED ASSESSMENT:
• How many FTE’s/Locums will the program need to help stabilize your need? 2 FTEs
• Is the locums need is short-term (2-6 months) or long-term (6+ months)? Long
• Is your need for day/night or flexible providers? Days and nights
• Will nocturnist candidates be considered? No
• Consider candidates that only want weekends? Prefer 7on/7off
• Consider candidates who need to travel? Yes
• Reason for Locum need? Resignation and maternity leave
PROGRAM DETAILS:
• Staffing Model (scheduled shifts per day): 3 day rounders, 1 day admitter and 1 night admitter
• Shift Times: 7a-7p and 7p-7a
• How many MDs/APCs during the day? 4 physicians
• How many MDs/APCs during the night? 1 physician
• How long is credentialing? 2-3 months
• Will Temp/Emergency privileges granted? Yes
• Will FP trained physicians be accepted in addition to IM? Yes, with ICU experience
CLINICAL DETAILS:
• Who responds to codes, EM or HM? HM
• Will locum providers respond to codes? Yes
• What procedures are required of locums? Intubations, central lines (done with central line cart and ultrasound), basic vent management. These are a must!
• What is the total census per provider during the day, including admissions? 17-20 per physician
• How many of those are admissions during day? 3-4
• How many admissions per night, on average? 7
• What is the total HM census covered at night? ~65
• Is beeper call required? No
• How many ICU beds are there? 8
• Is it an open ICU? Yes
• Do you have Intensivists? No intensivist group but Pulmonary Care group across the street handles the critical care patients. This group and HM manage ICU patients. Not onsite at night but very good backup and nurses call them first.
DetailsFacility information• Number of ICU beds: 8• EMR system: MediTech• Board requirement: Certified or eligible in IM or FP (with hospital experience) LOCUMS NEED ASSESSMENT:• How many FTE’s/Locums will the program need to help stabilize your need? 2 FTEs • Is the locums need is short-term (2-6 months) or long-term (6+ months)? Long • Is your need for day/night or flexible providers? Days and nights• Will nocturnist candidates be considered? No• Consider candidates that only want weekends? Prefer 7on/7off • Consider candidates who need to travel? Yes• Reason for Locum need? Resignation and maternity leavePROGRAM DETAILS:• Staffing Model (scheduled shifts per day): 3 day rounders, 1 day admitter and 1 night admitter • Shift Times: 7a-7p and 7p-7a• How many MDs/APCs during the day? 4 physicians• How many MDs/APCs during the night? 1 physician• How long is credentialing? 2-3 months• Will Temp/Emergency privileges granted? Yes • Will FP trained physicians be accepted in addition to IM? Yes, with ICU experience CLINICAL DETAILS:• Who responds to codes, EM or HM? HM• Will locum providers respond to codes? Yes• What procedures are required of locums? Intubations, central lines (done with central line cart and ultrasound), basic vent management. These are a must! • What is the total census per provider during the day, including admissions? 17-20 per physician• How many of those are admissions during day? 3-4• How many admissions per night, on average? 7• What is the total HM census covered at night? ~65• Is beeper call required? No• How many ICU beds are there? 8• Is it an open ICU? Yes• Do you have Intensivists? No intensivist group but Pulmonary Care group across the street handles the critical care patients. This group and HM manage ICU patients. Not onsite at night but very good backup and nurses call them first.