Job Description Creating a Better Quality of Life at One of the Best Places in the U.S. to Live! The Community -
Johnson City, Tennessee
Voted one of the best cities to live in the United States in 2018, Johnson City has things to appreciate being alive for in abundance. Located in East Tennessee, Johnson City calls to the pioneer within to explore the best this city has to offer, all while surrounded by beautiful mountains and rivers. Here, history lives close to the surface. The construction of a railroad line from Bristol to Knoxville put Johnson City on the map in the mid-1800s. Entrepreneur Henry Johnson established a store and depot called Blue Plum, where steam engines took on water and passengers. Today, the historic downtown remains an epicenter for arts and entertainment with the Hands On! Regional Museum for kids and the shops, galleries and restaurants of Blue Plum Village.
Explore Johnson City here! About the Facility - Mountain Home VAMC
The James J. Quillen VA Medical Center was recently recognized by a national publication as a Top Hospital, earning the award for accomplishing recognition for the following criteria: communication between nurses and doctors as well as responsiveness of hospital staff, the cleanliness of the facility and hospital care within itself. This assessment of the hospital is based on the SMC HCAPS survey which is a survey related to patient perception of their experience of care in a hospital and so it genuinely comes directly from the veterans, making this award all the more meaningful. Being the only hospital in the state to receive a 5-star rating, this main campus provides primary care and specialty services including addiction and substance abuse treatment, cardiology, mental health care, women's health services, eye care, nutrition counseling, foot care, hospice and palliative care, and more. Facility Address:
809 Lamont St & Veterans Way, Johnson City, TN 37604 RESPONSIBILITIES (listed are included but not limited to)
- Emergency physicians shall provide immediate medical evaluation, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and/or referral of patients who present for care in the ED. "Present for care" includes patients referred to the Emergency Department by other medical providers in the VA Healthcare Facility system (such as outpatient clinics, outlying clinics, ED Fast Track, inpatient, etc.).
- Shall provide professional advice to other VA providers with regard to professional management of patients in their fast-track portion of the Emergency Department as well.
- Shall cover the range of emergency room care typically provided in an urban civilian practice of similar size.
- The following list is an example of the types of cases, but is not all-inclusive:
- Major trauma, including fractures of multiple extremities, stab wounds, open wounds of the chest and abdomen, head trauma, suspected spine injuries, lacerations, amputations.
- Major medical emergencies such as cardiac arrest, myocardial infarction, respiratory failure, shock.
- Obstetrical emergencies such as deliveries of single or multiple births, acute pregnancy complications, vaginal bleeding.
- Pediatric emergencies, including neonatal resuscitations.
- Acute psychiatric problems, including suicide attempts.
- Lower-acuity complaints including viral illnesses, other infections, minor orthopedic problems, minor trauma, alcohol abuse (i.e. "urgent care" patients).
- Other miscellaneous medical problems both acute and chronic.
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- Unrestricted license to practice medicine in any other U.S. State or Territory.
- ABEM-Certification is preferred, but other Board Certifications are acceptable (Family Medicine or Internal Medicine certification) with no less than 2 years full-time ER experience in a high-volume ED.
- Must be MD or DO and be capable of treating patients of all ages.
- Must have and maintain current certification in BLS, ACLS, and PALS by way of an American Heart training program (AHA or Red Cross).