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Brandon Regional Hospital, Brandon, FL
Brandon Regional Hospital is a 422 bed teaching facility featuring one of the state’s busiest ER services with more than 120,220 ER patients treated last year. The hospital recently completed a new 72-bed, 84,510 square foot addition which includes separate adult, pediatric and behavioral health ER programs to meet the needs of one of the largest suburb communities in Tampa Bay.
Other key services include a Women’s Center with Level III NICU; pediatrics and PICU; Heart and Vascular Center; Behavioral Health; Florida Bariatrics Centers; Neuroscience, Orthopedics and Spine centers. The hospital is an accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI; Advanced Primary Stroke Center; Bariatric Center of Excellence (ASMBS); accredited Echocardiography Lab (ICAEL), certified Afib Center (SCPC) and has earned several Joint Commission disease specific certifications.
Excellent schools, youth sports programs and quick interstate access to area attractions, sports teams, numerous private and state colleges, and Tampa International Airport, make Brandon a great Florida destination. For more information, visit www.BrandonHospital.com.
Job SummaryWe are hiring a pediatric ENT to join an exceptional practice in the Tampa area created specifically for pediatric patients. Led by two exceptionally well trained and experienced physicians, our team also includes pediatric audiologists, pediatric anesthesiologists, and pediatric nurses trained to manage the specific needs of children.
Evaluation of Need
• We are seeking a Pediatric Otolaryngologist to join the practice due to excess demand and need in the community.
• There are over 250,000 children in Kindergarten through Twelfth grade in Hillsborough County alone. Our practice draws from 9 surrounding counties.
Brandon Regional Hospital is the main referral center for 15 surrounding HCA hospitals and is committed to developing a full pediatric specialty program. This includes fellowship trained pediatric anesthesia, pediatric critical care and a pediatric aerodigestive team. A dedicated pediatric emergency room is also in the pipeline. We are looking for a pediatric otolaryngologist to help us develop the pediatric ent program.
Hours: Typical office hours are 8-5 Monday through Friday, but the incoming physician will only be responsible for a 4.5 day work week. The first patient scheduled for 8:30 and the staff usually wraps up the day around 5PM. Current physicians now work approximately 40 hours per week and take a half day a week off. Their desire is the incoming physician will maintain the same practice volumes and level of service that they currently provide.
Call: The current call is very light and the covering physician receives an average of three calls per week. Current weekend practice call will be split between 2 other physicians in town. Ancillary call opportunities also provide opportunity for additional bonus income.
Candidate Parameters: A strong candidate would have a one year fellowship in Pediatric ENT, not just experience with Pediatrics. The fellowship program does not have to be accredited by the ACGME.
? Well-sought after area of town with an urgent need for an incoming physician.
? State of the art facilities, established hospital and outpatient surgery center affiliation, and seasoned, dedicated office staff.
? The 4.5 day work week will provide an additional quality of life factor.
? Educated, affluent patients. Good payor mix. Mostly private pay. Established FPA contracting provides low revolving AR/Efficient payor relationships.
? Ability to buy in to surgery centers makes this a lucrative business.
? Exceptional compensation and benefits package.
? Exceptional schools and neighborhoods make this a great area to raise a family.
Please send CV for additional details to Ed Mackay.