HospitalistJob ID 147185BR Date posted 05/06/2021
- Bloomer, Wisconsin
- Full Time
- Hospital Internal Medicine
This physician will provide comprehensive care from admission to discharge for all patients referred to the service.
Primary responsibility to our 25 bed Critical Access Hospital with a Transitional Care Unit in Bloomer, WI. Opportunity may exist to pick up additional shifts at our 205 bed Hospital in Eau Claire.
- Seven days on, seven days off, 12 hour workdays
- No OB, No surgery
- Admissions: 1-2
- Night census 16.3 (80% is swing bed, limited acute)
- Actively participate in call with 3 FM physicians who share night call (1:5)
- Back up assistance in ED for resuscitations (only expected to use HIM skill set)
- No ICU
- 161 shifts required yearly
- Comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary guarantee
License or certification
Board Certified or Board Eligible in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine
Ability to obtain a Wisconsin Medical license
Bloomer, a growing community of 3,500, offers a multitude of four-season recreational activities and is located 30 minutes north of Eau Claire, WI. Eau Claire, with a metro area of 163,000, is the retail hub for the region and has a regional airport with daily direct flights to Chicago, IL.
Jennell Prentice Endrizzi
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