Medical Center is a 449-bed, Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center that cares for patients from all over the state of Arizona and that specifically serves as the safety net for Maricopa County. The medical center offers Adult Emergency Medical Services with an ED census of approximately 60,000 patients/year (and growing).
The Arizona Children's Center offers comprehensive medical services including: a Pediatric Emergency Services with approximately 20,000 visits per year, in-patient Pediatric unit with a wide breadth of subspecialties, 12 bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, a Pediatric Burn Unit, a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center, a Level III, 40-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (one of three in the Phoenix Valley), and Child Life Specialists.
Expect the following:
- Board Certified/Recently Board Eligible Pediatric Emergency Medicine Trained
- 14 shifts/9 hours each per month
- J-1 Visa's accepted
- Full time
- Accepting 2017 Residents
- Competitive compensation package, including CME
- Relocation package
- Teaching required
- Overtime paid for hours worked over
Phoenix is the fifth largest city in the US with more than 300 sunny says a year and an average temperature of 74 degrees. Phoenix was named the ?Best Run City in the World" and has earned numerous awards for efficient government operations. From the college town of Tempe to upscale Arcadia, Paradise Valley and Scottsdale, Phoenix offers diverse neighborhoods, great school districts and numerous cultural and recreational activities all surrounded by amazing views. Home to nearly 200 golf courses, only four hours from Las Vegas, five hours from Los Angeles, five hours from San Diego and easy access to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Cultural. Activities include world-class museums, over 100 art galleries, wineries, diverse restaurants, an award-winning zoo and much more. Recreational activities include the Grand Canyon, horseback tours, hiking, camping, mountain biking, amusement parks, ballooning and world famous spas.
Contact: Neal Fenster