9304 Medical Plaza Dr. , Suite C
Specialty: Surgery - Trauma
Job Number: 27430
- Board certified in General Surgery with Added Qualifications in Surgical Critical Care.
- Have a current, or be able to obtain an unrestricted license to practice in Florida - not
subject to any restrictions, probationary terms or conditions
- No history of license to practice being revoked, restricted or suspended by any professional licensing agency in any state or jurisdiction
- Have current, unrestricted DEA registration
- Permanent positions with equitable scheduling model and unique work/rest model (14 shifts per month; 12 hours per shift on call)
- Supported by a multispecialty team of Cardiothoracic, Vascular, Orthopedic, Neurosurgery and Interventional Radiology
- 26 ORs and 36 ICU beds combined TICU/MICU
- 56-bed emergency department with 2 dedicated trauma bays and 4 additional critical care bays
- 2000+ annual trauma patients entered in the registry
- Florida State verified Level II Trauma Center
- Two In-house trauma staff surgeons everyday and one at night with APP coverage
- The acute care surgery team supported by six advanced practice professionals.
- The program participates in TQIP and TQIP collaboratives.
- Trauma service covers acute care surgery at least 22 days per month
- High volume of blunt / penetrating trauma (80% / 20%)
- Pediatric trauma (under 16 years old) stabilized and transferred to pediatric center
- Employment position
- Highly competitive compensation
- Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, short & long term disability options, 401k and more
- CME time / allowance
- Occurrence-based malpractice
- Hospital is a full-service, acute-care hospital with 454 inpatient beds
- Level II trauma center
- Rated Leapfrog A for Patient Safety
- In 2021, over 130,000 patients treated, 84,717 ED visits, and 1067 births
- With over 200 days of sunshine per year, no state income taxes, lower cost of living, proximity to 22 miles of beaches, the largest urban park system in the nation, world-class fishing, vibrant street arts scene, and local distilleries and craft breweries, Jacksonville is a top destination to work and live. It is the 12th largest city in the United States and more than 500 people move to Northeast Florida each week with jobs being the major driving relocation factor.
- Minutes from the home of the PGA Tour’s world golf headquarters at TPC Sawgrass and The PLAYERS Championship, as well as home to tennis at the ATP Tour, Jacksonville is a 20-minute drive from the nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine. Jacksonville also hosts one of the five largest Jazz Festivals in the United States and is a dedicated Carnival Cruise Line terminal with weekly cruises to the Bahamas.