Specialization: Internal Medicine Job Summary: Hospitalist opportunity for faculty position in existing Internal Medicine residency program at Los Robles Health System in Thousand Oaks, CA.
Our talented clinicians are the key to fulfilling our mission. We focus on optimizing the practice environment so our clinicians can feel really proud of the care they give. This is the key to engagement. We optimize workloads effectively, reducing inefficiencies, and consistently exceeding expectations through service excellence to our clinicians.
Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center is a licensed 404-bed acute care facility and fully accredited by The Joint Commission. Los Robles Hospital has the only Level II Trauma Center in Eastern Ventura County and the only Emergency room in both Los Angeles and Ventura Counties with the coveted EDAP (Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics) rating. In addition, it is the only hospital certified by both Counties as a STEMI-designated heart attack center for rapid heart attack response and is a Comprehensive Stroke Center. With over 600 physicians on its medical staff, representing over 50 medical specialties, Los Robles is proud to be the community’s most trusted resource for health and a regional destination for care. Los Robles has consistently earned top honors throughout the state and county:
Only thirty-minute drive south to the beautiful beaches of Malibu. Thousand Oaks offers a thriving business environment with attractive shopping, restaurants, culture, and pleasant year-round temperatures averaging 60 – 75 degrees. Likewise, citizens are committed to preserving the city’s setting within a picturesque plateau, rimmed by tree-dotted hills and scenic mountains. The parks are filled with open fields, trails, wilderness, and wildlife to entice many urban-weary San Fernando Valley families to seek relocation in the Conejo Valley. Many neighborhoods have schools within walking distance, parks, greenbelts, cul-de-sacs, and other amenities along with gated communities providing privacy and security paired with rolling hills, gulches, and canyons, indigenous oaks, and sycamores as well as natural and man-made lakes.
Tagged as: academic, Hospital Medicine, hospitalist, Internal Medicine