Emergency Medicine Physician (EM Physician)Job ID 160960BR Date posted 09/07/2021
- La Crosse, Wisconsin
- Full Time
- Emergency Medicine
Practice within the Department of Emergency Medicine, a collaboration of 3 Academic Centers and 19 Community –based practices with more than 190 Emergency Medicine Physicians and 95 NPs and PAs who provide care to more than 350,000 patient visits a year. Learn, teach, and grow with an organization with exceptional resources in education, teaching, and state-of-the art equipment. Experience institutional support and access to prompt consults from world-renowned subspecialty experts and join a team that operates under one mission, vision and value to give your patients the quality of care you want to achieve.
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Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse, Wisconsin is seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Emergency Medicine Physician to join an established EM practice. The Emergency Medicine Department includes two state-of-the-art ER’s, one at our main campus in LaCrosse and the other located 25 miles east of LaCrosse in Sparta. Physicians work 12-hour shifts, single coverage at Sparta (9,000 annual visits) with some double coverage at the Emergency & Urgent Care Center at LaCrosse, where 34,000 patients are seen per year (17,000 taken care of by EM physicians and the other 17,000 fast-track/urgent care visits handled by PA’s and NP’s. A 24-hour Hospital Medicine Service admits adult patients to a 250-bed hospital in LaCrosse. Five Family Medicine physicians provide back-up for admissions to the 25-bed critical access hospital in Sparta. Air transport teams are available at both facilities.
Ideal physician should be a team player and enjoy working closely with multi-specialty group members and communicates well with patients and colleagues.
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LaCrosse (52,000 with a metro area of 120,000) and Sparta (8,600) are nestled in the bluffs and valleys of west-central Wisconsin, with LaCrosse located on the banks of the Upper Mississippi River. Four-season activities, low cost of living and safe, high-quality schools make both communities an ideal place to live, learn, work and play. MAYO CLINIC HEALTH SYSTEM links Mayo Clinic’s respected expertise in patient care, research and education with Mayo’s community-focused multi-specialty groups in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Today, more than 950 physicians practice in 75 communities. Enjoy our collegiality, stability, excellent compensation and benefits and a balanced, high-quality Midwest lifestyle.
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