Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS) is a world renowned health care delivery network consisting of five hospitals encompassing seven campuses, which include four community hospitals and one academic medical center, several specialty networks, and the Northeast Medical Group, a physician-led, non-profit medical foundation with over 1000 physicians. With a history of pioneering Occupational Medicine specialists and innovation, Yale New Haven Hospital, the fourth largest hospital in the country, is one of the nation s leading providers, offering the most advanced technology and facilities, and serving its employees and the diverse population in New Haven and across New England.
The YNHHS Occupational Medicine clinical team serves over 30,000 Yale New Haven Health System employees and several hundred external corporate clients. The multidisciplinary team of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other professionals are dedicated to providing employees with excellence in occupational and episodic health care. The delivery team includes more than thirty clinicians who work across nine ambulatory locations. Our vision is to: Provide exceptional health care services and wellness programs to empower and support all employees to achieve their best health at work and at home.
Join YNHHS and our Occupational Health and Wellness Services Team at Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven! This rare opportunity is for a full-time, weekday position for an Occupational Medicine board-certified Lead Physician serving the Bridgeport region.
The Occupational Medicine Lead Physician will be required to perform pre-placement and periodic surveillance examinations on patients and to evaluate employees with work-related injuries, illnesses, or exposures. The Physician will also perform episodic care for YNHHS employees and assist with bridging care to our primary care providers. She/he will work collaboratively with co-workers and other health care professionals to ensure a high standard of patient care, efficient clinic operations, and education and training for the clinicians. We offer teaching opportunities with an appointment at the Yale School of Medicine.
Located in the beautiful New England setting of Fairfield County, the area boasts wonderful family-oriented residential communities, for both suburban and urban lifestyles. We offer fabulous cultural opportunities, theater, orchestra, beautiful beaches and restaurants, and there is quick access to New York City and Boston.
Licensure and Education:
The Occupational Medicine Lead Physician will hold a valid unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of CT. DEA and CSR required. Board Certification in Occupational Medicine or a related specialty (Preventive Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Emergency Medicine) is required, as well as clinical experience in Occupational Medicine and episodic care. If a candidate is a recent graduate of an Occupational Medicine or Preventive Medicine training program, board eligibility is an acceptable alternative.
Occupational Medicine with the emphasis on direct patient care and continuing to develop and train others as our services continue to grow.