As a medical director at USACS, you will be responsible for collaborating with the hospital and nursing leadership while offering support to your physician staff. You will serve as a leader both within the emergency room, and as a leader within the organization. Through our model of shared ownership, you will influence on broad company decisions and help facilitate the development of new leaders.
With USACS, you'll be part of a team unique in today's industry. USACS provides physicians with ownership, unparalleled benefits and the opportunity to practice within a values-based model emphasizing quality, long-term wealth building a culture of shared ownership. USACS physicians enjoy the security and resources of a large, national group without sacrificing the advantages typically found in local EM groups.
Prior experience is required to be considered for this position.
- Oversee the operations of the ED in collaboration with nursing leadership and hospital administration
- Supervise the EM staff, per the bylaws, policies and procedures of the institution
- Represent the ED in the community and within the hospital medical staff
- 238-bed facility
- Medical staff of 320 physicians representing most specialties and subspecialties
- Full-service acute care services including neurology, OB/GYN, orthopedics, occupational medicine, vascular treatment, and plastic surgery
- Comprehensive diagnostic and imaging services including Cardiac Cath lab, MRI, digital radiology services, CT and ultrasound imaging, and pathology
- Cancer screening and treatment center
- ED Volume: 53,000
- 23% admission rate
- Training site for Midwestern University EM Residency Program
- Efficient community hospital ED
- Excellent nursing staff
- Located 27 miles south of the Chicago loop
The Chicago Southland region is both urban and rural, blue and white collar, affluent and middle class, and truly epitomizes what is meant by the "land of opportunity”. The children of Chicago Heights are well served by a public school system supplemented by a Catholic high school and five Catholic elementary schools. Most area teens attend either Bloom or Bloom Trail high schools in district 206. The district's high schools offer college preparatory programs, and Bloom has vocational training and work-study programs. Olympia Fields is a wonderful community to live, work and play. Located just 27 miles south of the Chicago Loop, the well-maintained neighborhoods offer a wide variety of elegant custom-built homes along winding, safe, quiet tree lined streets. Nestled amongst award-winning school districts and world-class entertainment and dining, Olympia Fields holds it own as a diverse community where old-world charm meets contemporary values.