Emergency Medicine - Physician

Emergency Medicine €“ Physician €“ Prince Frederick, Maryland

Calvert Memorial Hospital

100 Hospital Road

Prince Frederick, MD 20678

EMA seeks a full-time Emergency Medicine Physician to practice at Calvert Memorial Hospital in Prince Frederick, Md.

EMA seeks a Full-Time EM residency trained and ABEM or ABOEM board certified or prepared Physician to practice at Calvert Memorial Hospital in Prince Frederick, Md.

We are offering above market compensation that includes up to a $55,000 signing/relocation package!

EMA offers competitive hybrid (base & RVU) compensation, signing/relocation, and full benefits, including 5 weeks of Paid Time Off (which increases to 9 weeks/year as a Partner).

EMA Partnership is available after 2 years of employment.

Applicants must be BC/BP in Emergency Medicine.

The Emergency Department has:

  • €140 Bed, Community Hospital

  • €41,000 Annual Visits

  • €16% Admission Rate

  • €100% Shift coverage by Scribes

  • Currently has 7 days/week of dedicated night shift coverage!

  • €Full EMR system

  • €ED Ultrasound program

  • €8, 9, and 10 hour shifts

Calvert Memorial Hospital is the only hospital located in Calvert County, Md. Calvert County has experienced substantial growth over the last decade (77.2% growth from 2000 to 2010). The hospital, in Prince Frederick, Md, is ideally located just minutes from the Chesapeake Bay, and approximately 45 minutes away from Annapolis, Md and Alexandria, VA and is approximately 55 minutes from Washington, DC.

EMA, founded in 1971, has managed contracts at Carroll Hospital Center since 1996. We staff the Emergency Department and the Pediatric ED Program. EMA staffs the EDs at 16 community hospitals in Maryland, northern Virginia, Washington, DC, and West Virginia. We currently see over 700,000 patients per year and have maintained 100% contract stability.

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