Need an opportunity to drive the opposite way of traffic and get some fresh air while you practice? TeamHealth is looking for a skilled nursing facility medical director in the Chattanooga, Tennessee, area. This is an excellent opportunity to provide and oversee quality, compassionate care to adults in two skilled nursing facilities doing primary care rounds two (2) days per week.
TeamHealth currently cares for patients in over 212 facilities in the state of Tennessee and 23 in the Chattanooga area. We ask that you be board certified in family medicine (FM), internal medicine (IM) or geriatrics with an active Tennessee medical license/DEA. Previous post-acute experience is preferred, but it is not required.
An additional medical directorship and day of rounding at another facility may be available to the right candidate.
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The Chattanooga facilities are beautiful – top of the line! They offer a mix of short and long term patients, with a higher volume of short term rehabilitation. As the leading provider of facilities-based medicine, TeamHealth’s post-acute care program is the largest network of post-acute care clinicians. Our team is comprised of 1,500 primary care and behavioral health clinicians in more than 31 states. With best-in class orientation and training, a dedicated EHR system and exceptional access to ongoing clinical education, TeamHealth is the choice for post-acute care clinicians.
Known as the Scenic City, Chattanooga lies along the banks of the Tennessee River and has received national recognition for the renewed beautiful downtown and riverfront, which includes a renowned aquarium, children’s museum, theaters, walking paths, and other sites and activities. Outdoor recreation activities are plentiful, but there are also traditional attractions like the Chattanooga Choo Choo, Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain, and the zoo.
Tagged as: Family Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine, Post Acute Care