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Pediatric Surgeon Needed for Locum Tenens Coverage at Facility in Southern Arizona

Location: Camp Verde
Posted on: July 3, 2024

Job Description:

About the facility A facility is seeking a pediatric surgeon for locum tenens coverage.

About the facility location Southern Arizona goes by the name of Gadsden which means "Lower Arizona" in Spanish! While on assignment, visit the Saguaro National Park if you are interested in hiking, or visit the Pima Air & Space Museum!

About the clinician's workday The need for this position is due to a gap in coverage at a 500-bed, Level 1 trauma hospital. The schedule involves 24-hour call with typical hospital hours from 7 AM to 5 PM. The role includes managing a volume that is 20% pediatric clinic and 80% pediatric hospital, with around 500 surgeries per year. The locum will respond to in-house codes but will not be expected to provide backup for the ED or trauma. Support staff includes one permanent pediatric surgeon and one nurse practitioner, with Cerner as the EMR system. Credentialing typically takes about 4 weeks through Banner.

Additional job details

  • Case load/PPD: 500 surgeries/year

    • Support staff: NP support

      • Location type: On-Site

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Keywords:, Prescott Valley , Pediatric Surgeon Needed for Locum Tenens Coverage at Facility in Southern Arizona, Healthcare , Camp Verde, Arizona

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