Large Hospitalist program in upstate New York. The full time physicians work 15, twelve-hour shifts per month. Six physicians work the day shift (7am-7pm), one physician works the evening shift (12pm-12am) and one physician works the night shift (7pm-7am). The workload is shared equally among the physicians. The typical census ranges from 40-55 with the average number of encounters per physician being 15-17 per day (8-10 at night). The scheduling is fairly flexible with the full time physicians working anywhere from 6-8 shifts in a row. On average the physicians are covering 2 nights per month. Codes from 7am to 5pm , are generally covered by the ICU attending, the hospitalist, or the attending of record. ER physicians also cover. During the night shift, the hospitalist on and an ER attending go to codes.
The full time physicians receive $126 per hour and work 180 hours per month ($272,160 annually). Any shifts worked in excess of 15 per month will be paid at a rate of $131 per hour. The physicians receive $135 per hour for any night shifts that are worked. Full hospital benefits package and $7K quality bonus annual incentives.
Possible H1b Visa sponsorship for physicians with ties to New York state or Canada since they are close to Montreal.
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- Long established program of 15+ hospitalists and midlevel support
- Stable and secure hospital employed position
- Flexible block schedule to accomodate Hospitalists needs
- Mostly days shifts with nights split equally with the team
- Regional airport in the community with direct flights to Boston and other major metro locations
- Upstate New York community is a year-round recreation for skiing, fishing, hiking and more. Just 60 minutes to Montreal.
- Excellent compensation model and full hospital benefits package.
- Excellent earnings potential $300K by picking up a couple shifts