El Paso Children's Hospital PEM FT Position
Join our pediatric emergency department team at El Paso Children’s Hospital in El Paso, Texas. El Paso Children’s Hospital (EPCH) is a 122-bed teaching hospital with 25,000 annual pediatric volume, and is associated with Texas Tech University. EPCH has the full spectrum of pediatric specialties including pediatric imaging, pediatric inpatient and outpatient infusion, pediatric intensive care unit, pediatric operating rooms, pediatric critical care transport team, and a Level IV neonatal intensive care unit. El Paso Children’s Hospital has over 30 sub-specialties and is always growing. We provide 24 hours of daily Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship-trained physician coverage and both Pediatric/Emergency Medicine residents rotating through the ED. There is a Pediatric Hospitalists Program and the ED utilizes Cerner EMR in our facility. We have recently opened a new Fast Track area and started a PNP program to staff those patients. It is a 3-bay section that will be staffed with an RN and Paramedic. At this time it will only run for a portion of the day with regards to census.
We are looking for a PEM physician who would be willing relocate to El Paso, TX. We currently have 5 physicians FT/PT with several PRN staff looking to have a larger local FT physician base. There is a possibility of relocation assistance and/or sign-on bonus. We are privately contracted via TeamHealth to staff the Pediatric ED. The staff in the department is tight knit and the residents truly enjoy their rotations. There is plenty outdoor activities and short trip excursions within driving distance in this region. The sun shines 360 days out of the year and the hot summer is bearable since there is little to no humidity. Come see what all the talk is about in our great city and I assure you that you will be intrigued.
We are looking for board certified or board eligible in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Full-time employment equals 120 hours per month with an excellent compensation plan including health, dental, vision, short and long term disability, 401k, and supplemental retirement plan. In joining TeamHealth, you become part of one of the nation’s leading health care organizations that specialized in Emergency Medicine, Hospital Medicine and Specialty Medicine. For more than 30 years, we’ve honed every aspect needed to support our physicians so that you can do what you do best. This is an excellent opportunity to become a part of a dynamic and fast-growing area. El Paso, Texas, is consistently recognized at one of America’s safest cities to live. TeamHealth is a physician-led organization that offers true career opportunity and excellent compensation and benefits, where we maintain progressive management and commitment to patient care. If you or someone you know is interested to learn more about this exciting opportunity, please contact us today.
Full-time employment equals 120 hours per month
Excellent compensation plan
401k and supplemental retirement plan
Malpractice and tail insurance provided
Advanced practice clinician coverage at facility
Sub-specialty back-up provided
El Paso, Texas
The county seat of El Paso County, Texas, El Paso lies in far West Texas with a population estimate of 674,433, making it the 19th most populous city in the U.S. The city’s U.S. metropolitan area covers all of El Paso and Hudspeth counties, with a population of 831,036, and the El Paso metropolitan statistical area has a population of 1,044,496. Standing on the Rio Grande, El Paso is across the U.S./Mexico border from Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, and the two cities, along with Las Cruces, form a combined international metropolitan area, sometimes referred as the Paso del Norte or El Paso–Juárez–Las Cruces, with over 2.7 million people. The El Paso-Juárez region is the largest bilingual, bi-national work force in the Western Hemisphere. The El Paso region has had human settlement for thousands of years, so the city is loaded with history and historic places. Also geographically interesting, the Franklin Mountains extend into El Paso from the north and nearly divide the city into two sections: the west side forming the beginnings of the Mesilla Valley and the east side expanding into the desert and lower valley. At an elevation of 3,800 feet above sea level, with the highest peak in the city being North Franklin Mountain at 7,192 feet above sea level, El Paso is also home to the 24,000-acre Franklin Mountains State Park, the largest urban park in the United States.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Nagela Sainte-Thomas, MD FAAP
Chief of Pediatric Emergency Services
El Paso Children's Hospital
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