Tri-Cities, Washington - Kadlec Regional Medical Center is seeking an excellent BC/BE Trauma Surgeon to join our dedicated team, providing excellent care for the community of Richland. Enjoy outstanding quality of life in sunny southeast Washington.
6 primary and 6 back up call shifts per month
Competitive compensation; comprehensive benefits.
Hospital is moving to a level II trauma designation
Kadlec Regional Medical Center is a progressive, 270-bed, nationally recognized, not-for-profit medical center. The first hospital in Washington State to receive Planetree Designated status, Kadlec is the regional referral center for southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. Kadlec's quality and safety initiatives have earned a 5-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and an "A" grade from the Leapfrog Group, placing Kadlec among the highest rated hospitals in the state of Washington. Kadlec Regional Medical Center has also been voted "Best Hospital" by the Tri-City Herald's annual People's Choice Awards for several consecutive years. With more than 275 employed providers and comprehensive 24/7 hospitalist and intensivist programs, we are committed to creating a truly healing environment for each individual patient's unique needs. Just as importantly, we support an organizational culture which encourages and nurtures its staff.
Nestled at the confluence of the Columbia, Snake and Yakima Rivers, Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco and Richland) enjoys an abundance of watersports and fishing in addition to excellent education, and rich scientific and agricultural industries-including an internationally recognized wine industry which boasts 200 wineries within an hour's drive. A cost of living index of 95 and no state income tax figure into MoneyGeek.com's listing of the Tri-Cities as one of the "Best Small Cities to Make a Living," while the Milken Institute ranks the area among the top 10 high technology communities in the nation. The newly renovated airport makes travel a delight with direct flights to many hub cities. The Tri-Cities area boasts over 300 days of sunshine and a mere 8 inches of rain annually, providing a dry climate with hot summers and mild winters. If you enjoy year-round recreational opportunities such as golf, cycling and hiking, this is the place for you.
Kadlec is a not-for-profit health system that includes Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland, Washington, and Kadlec Clinic, a network of primary and specialty care clinics in the surrounding region of Southeast Washington state. Kadlec, the second largest employer in the region, is home to a growing open heart surgery and interventional cardiology program, the region's only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and a world-class digital outpatient imaging center. Kadlec is a partner organization of the Providence St. Joseph Health family. Kadlec: This is what trust looks like.
Job ID Number: 10233
Facility Name: Kadlec Regional Medical Center
Location Name: Tri-Cities, WA
Brand Name: Kadlec
Provider Profession: Physician/Surgeon
Medical Specialty: Surgery General
Job Setting: Hospital
Type of Role: Clinical
Sub-specialty: Surgery Trauma
Phone Number: 509.942.2219
Schedule: Full Time
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