Are you looking to advance your career in emergency medicine (EM) leadership? We are seeking a facility medical director (FMD) to lead our team of EM physicians at Sisters of Charity Hospital (SOCH) in Buffalo, New York! Join our established group in the heart of Western New York and be a part of the renowned Catholic Health System (CHS). The ideal candidate should be board-certified in emergency medicine and have 3-5 years of emergency medicine leadership experience with evidence of operations management, process improvement, recruitment, and patient experience optimization. You will be responsible for the oversight of our team of physicians and APCs in the ED and will be supported by our regional medical director and vice president of operations.
Enjoy a practice with varied acuity, extensive specialty support, a highly-functioning clinician-in-triage patient flow model, and a strong partnership between physician and nursing leadership. You will also see unmatched support and collaboration from the executive leadership team at Sisters of Charity and will be able to impact clinical strategies and workflows that promote evidence-based practice, improved patient satisfaction, and maximized value-based healthcare delivery. Become part of our national network of emerging emergency medicine physician leaders, and join an organization where your personal career goals and aspirations are nurtured and cultivated – in Buffalo and beyond!
An award-winning facility, Sisters of Charity Hospital is a non-profit, faith-based acute care facility with 427 beds. Sisters of Charity provides a full continuum of care services to Buffalo, New York, and the surrounding communities and is well-recognized for its excellence in cardiac, orthopedic, pediatric, pulmonary, and vascular care, in addition to a myriad of awards regarding patient safety, quality and value. Sisters of Charity is a part of Catholic Health, a non-profit health care system providing care to residents across Western New York.
Buffalo, New York, is located in Western New York on the eastern shores of Lake Erie and is the second most populous city in the state. Buffalo is a city rich with culture and history. The entertainment scene includes fine collections of modern and contemporary art, an award-winning philharmonic orchestra, professional sporting events, incredible outdoor activities, and festivals like the National Buffalo Wing Festival. Get ready for architectural masterpieces by Frank Lloyd Wright and others, world class modern art at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and countless festivals and events, because Buffalo is alive with things to do and discover! If shopping is your thing, you’ll find everything from hip boutiques in Buffalo’s trendy Elmwood Village neighborhood to major department stores at a number of local shopping centers and malls, including the Walden Galleria. If you want fine-dining, Buffalo offers a diverse and sophisticated culinary scene. As an “All America City,” a gateway to one of the Seven Wonders of Wonders of the Natural World, and a center of commercial development and cultural activity, Buffalo inspires. And with a new master plan for schools, a newly designed award-winning airport, and innovative efforts to bring the region’s economy to a new level, Buffalo moves.
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