EM - Ultrasound Director
Springfield Regional Medical Center
Location: Springfield, OH
ED Volume: 76,000Contact a Recruiter
- Provides overall management and education for the use of Ultrasound in the ED in collaboration with radiology and hospital administration
- Comprehensive benefits package, including:
- Highly competitive compensation package
- Physician equity ownership
- Industry leading, company funded retirement (an additional 10% to your 401k)
- Student Loan Refinancing as low as 2.99%
- CME/BEA (Business Expense Account) - $8,000 first year, then $4,000 annually
- The best medical malpractice
- Short- and long-term disability (own occupation)
- Comprehensive medical, dental, vision and Rx coverage (single or family)
- Groundbreaking parental paid leave; and flexible self-scheduling for new parents
- Leadership and clinical training opportunities unique to USACS
- Location flexibility and career stability of a national group
- The support you need to provide the best patient-centered care
- 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
- New emergency department was built in 2011 and is arranged in multiple zones with 45 treatment rooms
- Patient population is broad, 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
Springfield is a town of more than 60,000 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 Dayton.
Springfield is a vibrant community that has year-round activities, a variety of institutional learning facilities and other eclectic offerings:
The Summer Arts Festival runs from mid-June through mid-July and virtually takes over the city. All the cultural forces of the city come to a common focus, with music and the performing arts in a continuing round of exhibits, performances and concerts. Much of it is held in the open air and under the stars at Veteran's Memorial Park. The festival is made possible through the support of local businesses and citizens who underwrite the evening performances so that they may be presented "free" to the public.
The ECO Sports Corridor boasts the state's first whitewater course, making Springfield the place to paddle. Recreational boaters have the opportunity to experience whitewater on a six mile run from Buck Creek State Park through downtown Springfield (including nine whitewater features as they pass beneath the newly build Springfield Regional Medical Center) to the confluence of the Mad River.
Springfield Public Schools enroll more than 8,000 students in 16 public schools, including 10 elementary schools, three middle schools, one high school and one alternative school. Springfield is also home to Nightingale Montessori and two institutes of higher learning - Clark State College and Wittenberg University, which enrolls approximately 2,280 students and is ranked as one of the top 125 liberal arts colleges in the country.
The Clark County Public Library provides services through the main downtown facility along with four branches and three bookmobiles. Within the system, more than 340,000 volumes are available for individual enrichment.
CultureFest is an annual community festival held in September. It provides continuous entertainment from local choirs, bands, and storytellers. Vendors at CultureFest include ethnic food and merchandise. It also includes free information booths from area agencies.
The Clark State Performing Arts Center hosts performances by the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Council, Ohio Lyric Theater, and Springfield Civic Theater.
Each Saturday, during the summer season, a Farmers Market is held in downtown Springfield with more than 30 vendors in a fun and festive atmosphere featuring local musicians.
The Springfield Museum of Art has a permanent collection of 19th and 20th century American and French art and traveling loan exhibitions monthly. The Museum provides art classes in drawing, painting, pottery and sculpture for children and adults. It is open to the public free of charge six days a week.
The Springfield Symphony Orchestra is the cultural pride of the area and one of Springfield's greatest assets. Features include the subscription series and a Christmas Gala, plus many educational concerts, pop concerts and programs. The attractive programming, professional quality and superb guest artists have gained the raves of critics and enthusiasm of audiences all year round.
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