TeamHealth is currently seeking an experienced, emergency medicine facility medical director to lead our team at Cumberland Medical Center in Crossville, Tennessee. As facility medical director (FMD), you are responsible for the oversight and support of all clinical and non-clinical activities provided by the emergency medicine program. The Facility medical director will strive to maintain a strong partnership between TeamHealth and the facility, resulting in the highest quality of patient care. As a TeamHealth clinical leader, you will receive support services, networks of communication, educational resources and access to join a community of thousands of professionals to share and shape best practices.
Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, Cumberland Medical Center is a 73-bed acute care hospital offering all-private patient rooms and specialized services. The facility provides advanced medical and surgical care and features telemetry monitored beds and an intensive care unit. Additionally, the facility has an outpatient imaging center, same day surgery unit, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs, a sleep disorder center, regional breast center, regional cancer center, hyperbaric medicine and wound center. Cumberland Medical Center is a Covenant Health facility; Covenant Health is a not-for-profit healthcare system and one of the region’s top-performing healthcare networks. Named One of America’s Best Employers by Forbes three years in a row, Covenant Health’s 1,500 affiliated physicians make it the area’s fastest growing physician practice division.
Crossville is a great place to live and work. Known as the “Golf Capital of Tennessee,” it is home to numerous museums and shopping centers. Located between Nashville and Knoxville, Crossville offers mountains, 9 lakes, 11 golf courses, state park, 4 distinct seasons, no state income tax, available and affordable real estate, and ease of interstate access. Recreation and leisure activities include hunting, fishing, water sports, hiking, or live entertainment at the Cumberland County Playhouse.
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