Gastroeneterologist Needed in Orlando with UCF/Academic & Osceola Regional Medical Center
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Osceola Regional Medical Center, Kissimmee, FL
Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 321-bed hospital that builds on a proud tradition of healthcare excellence in Osceola County. The hospital features all private patient rooms and is recognized for its compassionate care, cutting edge technology, modern facilities and dedicated medical staff.
Certified by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center and accredited as a Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention by the Society of Chest Pain Centers are only a few of the recognitions and accomplishments Osceola Regional Medical Center has achieved. In addition, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Level 2 for premature and ill newborns is the only NICU offered to the little ones in Osceola County.
Osceola Regional Medical Center’s top program of innovation and expertise revolves around our Central Florida Cardiac and Vascular Institute, the premier open heart and vascular surgery program in Central Florida.
Providing the highest quality of care and commitment to our patients is proven by the wide variety of accessible services, highly trained healthcare professionals, well respected and skilled medical staff with the most advanced technology available today – all within one medical facility. Osceola Regional Medical Center is the preferred hospital in the community.
Job SummaryThe University of Central Florida, College of Medicine (UCF-COM) and the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) are seeking applications from outstanding Board Eligible, or Board Certified, in Gastroenterology to help launch the Specialty Services of UCF-Health. This is a unique opportunity to build a new service line with UCF Health at a large metropolitan medical college and partner with Osceola Regional Medical Center and out IM Residents (growing to 75 in 2018). UCF-COM and HCA have partnered to establish a residency-training Consortium across Central Florida; program development including development of a residency program in Internal Medicine with subspecialty needs. Applicants for this non-tenure earning faculty position will be considered at the level of assistant, associate or full professor commensurate with training and experience.
As the nation’s second largest university, UCF has demonstrated excellence in technology, science, and simulation. The College of Medicine is LCME accredited and home to 120 medical students per graduating class. The UCF-HCA Consortium residency programs now host over one hundred residents & fellows including programs in Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, OBGYN, Neurology, Endocrinology, and with Psychiatry & Radiology in 2019.
UCF Health is the clinical faculty practice of UCF COM. This multi-specialty care practice provides outstanding patient care and creates opportunities for medical education and clinical research. The guiding principles for this practice include patient-centered and collaborative multidisciplinary care, a commitment to evidence-based medicine, measurement of nationally recognized quality metrics and an orientation toward innovation and ever-higher standards of quality care and patient safety.
HCA/Osceola Regional Medical Center is a 368 bed level II trauma facility. Osceola and UCF will open a new specialized GI practice near Osceola's campus to service the Kissimmee community along with patients coming from UCF's multispecialty clinic. Preferred candidates will have expertise in ERCP and EUS with teaching experience. Candidates must have an M.D. or equivalent from an accredited medical school. Candidates must be eligible for licensure or licensed to practice in the state of Florida and must be board certified or board eligible (depending on specialty) in GI.
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