Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Opportunities
Saint Alphonsus Medical Group (SAMG) has excellent employment opportunities for Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine physicians at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center located in Boise, Idaho and Saint Alphonsus Medical Center located in Nampa, Idaho. The selected candidates will also work at SAMG Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine outpatient clinics in both Boise and Nampa.
The selected candidates will become part of a physician led 500-provider multi-specialty group with a multi-disciplinary team approach to patient care. The practice is a robust, two-hospital ICU and outpatient practice, providing services for a full spectrum of complex, critically ill patients. SARMC is the principal provider of advanced, innovative and interdisciplinary critical care services within the region.
Requirements include a strong internal medicine, pulmonary and critical care background and fellowship training, a sincere desire to practice in a high acuity ICU setting, managing the treatment of complex, critically ill inpatients, collaborative relationship with an adult hospitalist medicine service and other specialists, intermittent robotic telemedicine consultation, and a high quality outpatient clinic encompassing all aspects of pulmonary medicine.
The schedule is a rotation of ICU days, nights and clinic. ICU call coverage is shift-based and not regarded as call.
Requirements for potential candidates include:
- Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree.
- Successful completion of an accredited ACGME/AOA Internal Medicine residency program & Pulmonary Medicine fellowship program.
- Board certification in Pulmonary Medicine (additional critical care board certification preferred) through the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) or American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine (AOBIM) - or obtain such certification within 3 years of employment.
- Obtain Idaho and Oregon medical licensure and granting of privileges at SAMC- Nampa, and other health system affiliated hospitals as needed; valid controlled substance registration with Board of Pharmacy and DEA.
These are exciting opportunities for the right Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine physicians to be part of a strong health system.
An excellent compensation and benefits package is available including:
- Sign-on Incentives
- Student Loan Repayment
- PTO & CME Allocation
- Malpractice Insurance (Incl. Tail)
- Retirement (403b)
ABOUT THE FACILITY
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center – Boise, Idaho, is a 387 bed regional medical center serving people throughout the Northwest and is the principal provider of advanced, innovative and interdisciplinary services. It is also the region's only ACS verified Level II Trauma Center whose annual trauma volumes exceed 1,250 with over 400 patients with an ISS>16. Trauma is predominantly blunt in nature. There are a wide range of subspecialty services available 24/7, including strong trauma/surgical critical care, neurosurgical coverage, in-house interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiothoracic surgeons and fellowship trained intensivists and cardiologists.
Saint Alphonsus Medical Center – Nampa - (SAMC-Nampa) is a 152 bed community medical center serving people throughout the greater Nampa, Idaho area. As a not-for-profit medical center, SAMC-Nampa reinvests its profits back into the community and works to improve the health and well-being of those we serve by emphasizing care that is patient-centered, innovative and community based. It focuses on providing services in a spiritual, healing environment; is renowned for its state-of-the-art digital environment and pioneering technologies.
Boise, Idaho, is an economically vibrant and growing community. Boise is a mid-sized metropolitan area of approximately 640,000 people. A commercial center in the Northwest, Boise is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise and a flourishing scene for arts, entertainment and collegiate and professional sports. Known as the “City of Trees,” Boise also offers a reasonable cost of living, low crime rate, excellent cultural programs, numerous neighborhood parks and nearby national forests and rivers. Idaho's culture of physician independence also makes it one of the best places in America to be a practicing physician.
Nampa, Idaho, is Idaho’s second-largest city with a population of more than 83,000 residents. Situated in Canyon County, Nampa lies west of Boise and is located in the center of the Boise metro area; it is less than 20 miles from the Boise Airport. Located along Interstate 84, the area boasts excellent transportation corridors in all four directions.
The city of Nampa is experiencing dramatic growth in its residential, commercial and industrial sectors. Nampa's family-friendly community has a distinct cultural heritage and its historic downtown stands poised for a renaissance. Civic amenities enhance the excitement of a culturally rich urban core and translate into a dynamic place to live and work.
For Multiple years, Nampa has been named among the Top 100 Communities for Youth. Nampa’s schools, library, Boys and Girls Club and numerous non-profit community events and agencies give young people opportunities to grow. Nampa is also home to Northwest Nazarene University, the Idaho Hispanic Cultural Center, Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge and Celebration Park – showcasing Native American art from over 12,000 years ago. With wineries, golf courses, museums, concerts, a farmer’s market and annual rodeos, it’s easy for Nampa to live up to the motto, “Small town feeling - Big time fun!”
Nampa boasts tremendous recreation opportunities, with swimming, boating, fishing, off-road trails, hiking and bird watching. Just 15 miles south of town, the Snake River winds through a dramatic desert canyon. The Boise Mountains (30 miles to the north) and Owyhee Mountains (30 miles to the south) provide ample opportunities for skiing, alpine hiking, hunting, rock climbing, and amazing sightseeing. There are vast public lands perfect for exploring, biking and camping. The city sits at an elevation of 2,480 feet, and the high desert climate offers four seasons with mild winters.
Nampa and its surrounding communities afford a quality of life second to none. Offering good jobs, affordable housing, a safe place to raise a family and outdoor recreation opportunities are just some of what makes Nampa the great place it is!
For more information on Nampa, Idaho, visit www.ci.nampa.id.us
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