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Physician / Emergency Medicine / Kansas / Permanent / Emergency Medicine Job

Company: ECHO Locum Tenens
Location: Manhattan
Posted on: September 19, 2023

Job Description:

As an Echo Locum Tenens clinician, you have the freedom to choose what assignments you cover. You will also receive competitive pay with related travel and lodging provided, malpractice insurance with tail coverage and full-service support staff, which includes credentialing, logistics, payroll and licensing assistance. Ascension Via Christi Hospital , Manhattan, KS

  • Hospital Beds: 94 (staffed)
  • ICU Beds: 24
  • Cath Labs: 1
  • Trauma Designation: None
  • ED Volume: 24,000
  • Stroke Center Classification: None
  • ED Beds: 18
  • Fast Track: No
  • EMR: Meditech Magic (POE only)
  • Documentation: Paper T-Sheet
  • Total Admission 16%
  • Pediatric 5%
  • Floor Codes: EM physicians attend floor codesEM Physician Procedures Airway Management (Intubation)
    • Conscious Sedation (Physicians use Propofol)
    • Central Lines
    • Chest TubeBack Up
      • General Surgery
      • Internal Medicine
      • Anesthesiology
      • Hospital Medicine Program
      • Cardiology (Diagnostic only)
      • Nephrology (In-House Dialysis)
      • Pulmonology
      • Critical Care
      • Neurology
      • Ophthalmology (not on call schedule but one in the community is very helpful)
      • OB/GYN
      • Pediatrics
      • Orthopedics
      • GI
      • Credentialing Requirements
        • BE/BC Emergency Medicine (ABEM, ABOEM), BC FP with experience For more information or to apply, contact Michelle Hargrove

Keywords: ECHO Locum Tenens, Manhattan , Physician / Emergency Medicine / Kansas / Permanent / Emergency Medicine Job, Healthcare , Manhattan, Kansas

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