Permanent Anesthesia Job Phoenix, AZ
ANESTHESIOLOGISTS NEEDED IN ARIZONA
Join a large medical group representing all the major medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties. This well-established organization is deeply rooted and highly regarded in the Phoenix medical community and exclusively contracts to provide clinical, administrative and teaching services to a safety-net health system serving the largest county in AZ.
In addition to a new state-of-the-art ambulatory comprehensive health center (due to open Jan 2021), they have three inpatient behavioral health centers, 11 family health centers, two emergency departments as well as many unique and effective outreach programs. The providers care for more than 450,000 patients annually. Anesthesia services are ONLY provided at the main medical center and the soon to open ambulatory comprehensive health center.
The anesthesia department consists of a group of 10 physicians and approximately 35 FTE CRNAs when fully staffed. This number will increase for both physicians and CRNAs as they expand to include coverage of the new ambulatory center.
The procedural disciplines covered by anesthesia include general surgery, plastic surgery, burn, level 1 adult trauma, level 2 pediatric trauma, pediatric surgery, OBGYN, vascular, neurosurgery, urologic surgery, trauma orthopedic surgery, podiatry, plastic, breast, ophthalmologic and hand surgery and off-site anesthesia/sedation for radiology, nuclear medicine, and endoscopy procedures.
Candidates must have a valid Arizona license (or ability to obtain one) and be Board Certified or Eligible in Anesthesiology.
This employed position includes an outstanding work environment, competitive compensation plan and robust benefits package including paid PTO, CME allowance with paid time off and paid malpractice insurance.
Considering practicing physicians, new graduates and candidates requiring visa sponsorship.
For more information, please email CV to Rhonda@InSyncRecruiters.com or call 623-451-7474.
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