TeamHealth is seeking a board certified or board eligible toxicology director to run the toxicology curriculum and join core faculty for an ACGME-accredited three year emergency medicine residency program.
You will live and work in a mecca for environmental toxicology cases as Grand Strand is the busiest Level 1 center on the state, with the only pediatric emergency department in the region.
Grand Strand leaders are currently providing medical direction to several local reptile parks. Additionally, the coastal location provides ample exposure to stingray and jellyfish envenomation, as well as annual shark attacks. You will work closely with wilderness medicine track director to incorporate toxicology education into the GME program.
Grand Strand Medical Center is a 345-bed acute care hospital committed to quality patient care. It is a designated Level II trauma center, Advanced Primary Stroke Center and Accredited Chest Pain Center. The facility specializes in emergency medicine, cardiology and women’s health. Grand Strand Regional Medical Center encompasses several other facilities including South Strand, a free-standing emergency medicine department located in South Myrtle Beach, North Strand, also a free-standing emergency medicine department, an Advanced Wound Center and the Carolina Forest Imaging Center. Grand Strand’s mission is to deliver high-quality, cost-effective healthcare in the communities it serves.
Myrtle Beach is a family-friendly community with 60 miles of wide, soft, sandy beaches. The area is known for the best golf courses in the south and plenty of shopping, entertainment and exciting nightlife. This coastal community is known as the Premier Beach vacation destination and draws visitors from all corners of the world to enjoy the southern charm and hospitality. The Myrtle beach Metropolitan area was listed as the 9th fastest growing area in the nation in 2011.
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