Job ID: 150179024
Looking for one BC/BE full time Intensivist to join a University-affiliated, academically oriented, private practice Critical Care group in Syracuse, NY.
Critical Care Associates of Syracuse provides 24/7/365 in-house and beeper coverage for the Medical/Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Crouse Hospital (Crouse), a University affiliated private hospital. We are responsible for rounding and teaching the Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine Residents as well as Critical Care Fellows during their core ICU rotations at Crouse. We practice in a state of the art high acuity ICU with 29 beds recently renovated to accommodate our growing neurosurgical, neuroendovascular and ECMO populations with dual attending coverage. Primary Board certification in Internal Medicine is required. We are automatically consulted on all ICU patients.
Rotation schedule is 2 weeks on-service, two weeks off (12 days on, 16 days off per 28-day cycle). In-house coverage and night call is split equally in the group. Salary starts at $330,000 for a Fellow coming out of training and is negotiable for an Intensivist with experience.
There is a productivity bonus based on volume, a maximal pension contribution along with a 401K, and other benefits including medical liability and health insurance. We will cover relocation expenses up to $10,000. The ICU at Crouse has been recognized as one of the Top 100 ICUs nationally. We are actively involved in performance improvement projects and have presented our outcomes at national meetings. Members of our group participate in regional and national critical care committees.
Syracuse is centrally located in New York State. Syracuse University has the National Champion Lacrosse team, and rebounding basketball and football teams (Clemson, who?). The Carrier Dome is a few blocks from Crouse. Syracuse has excellent school systems. Within a two-hour drive are the Adirondacks and Finger Lakes regions and within a 4-hour drive are NYC, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.
Critical Care Associates of Syracuse