EM - Ultrasound Director

Springfield Regional Medical Center

Location: Springfield, OH

ED Volume: 76,000

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Springfield Regional Medical Center

100 Medical Center Dr.
Springfield, OH 45504-2687

EM ultrasound directors at USACS are responsible for providing overall management and education for the use of ultrasound in the ED in collaboration with radiology and hospital administration. As a leader within the organization, you will be tasked with developing an inclusive work environment and establishing a pipeline of talent throughout USACS.

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Hospital

  • For over 100 years, Springfield Regional Medical Center has provided comprehensive medical services for the residents of Clark County and surrounding communities
  • As the area’s only full-service hospital, Springfield Regional offers complete care including emergency medicine, cardiac care, cancer treatment, diagnostic/imaging, orthopedics and rehabilitation, maternity services, critical and intensive care, surgery, sleep care, wound care and pediatrics

Emergency Department

  • New emergency department was built in 2011 and is arranged in multiple zones with 45 treatment rooms
  • Physician-in-triage
  • Patient population is board, community-type patient pathology with 18% admission rate
  • Excellent specialty support with only pediatric, neurosurgery, trauma and some psychiatry cases transferred
  • EM ultrasound
  • Electrophysiology Program
  • Comprehensive EMS education includes EMT and paramedic training

Community

Springfield is a beautiful town of more than 62,000 residents located in southwestern Ohio, situated on the Mad River, Buck Creek and Beaver Creek, approximately 45 miles west of Columbus and 25 miles northeast of DaytonThe Clark State Performing Arts Center hosts performances by the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Council, Ohio Lyric Theater, and Springfield Civic Theater. CultureFest is an annual community festival held in September. It provides continuous entertainment from local choirs, bands, and storytellers. ECO Sports Corridor boasts the state's first whitewater course, making Springfield is the place to paddle.  Recreational boaters have the opportunity to experience whitewater on a 6 mile run from Buck Creek State Park, through downtown Springfield (including 9 whitewater features as they pass beneath the newly built Springfield Regional Medical Center), to the confluence of the Mad River.  Each Saturday during the summer season a Farmers Market is held in downtown Springfield with over 30 vendors in a fun festive atmosphere featuring local musicians. Springfield Public Schools enroll over 8,000 students in 16 public schools including ten elementary schools, three middle schools, one high school, and one alternative school.

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