United Health Services Hospitals is a family of health service organizations that exists to improve the health of the communities we serve by developing and maintaining a comprehensive and cost-effective health care system. A not-for-profit organization, located in the Southern Tier of Upstate New York with Primary and Specialty Care offices in many locations throughout Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Tioga counties.
United Health Services Orthopedics is focused on recruiting specialized surgeons for growth and succession planning and has an excellent opportunity for a Fellowship trained Orthopedic Hand Surgeon. This practice has a regional referral base as well as a large, established primary care team within our system to support our specialists. The practice is currently comprised of 2 total joint surgeons who specialize total shoulder replacement and in knee and hip, a hand surgeon, 2 sports medicine surgeons, a fellowship trained trauma surgeon, 2 non-op sports medicine physicians and 2 physiatrists. United Health Services Orthopedics is very supportive of the use of APPS to enhance patient care and has outstanding clinical and administrative support staff to maximize the day-to-day operations of the office. Located in a new state of the art facility with a large Physical Therapy practice with a robust Hand Therapy program as well as Podiatry, Chiropractic and Rheumatology, allowing for a multi-disciplinary approach for treating patients.
There are opportunities for teaching residents and medical students from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, involvement in the education of the United Health Services sports medicine fellow, as well as the ability to participate in clinical research. Competitive starting salary, excellent benefits and malpractice insurance provided.
Formed in 1981 through the consolidation of three community hospitals, United Health Services Hospitals employs more than 6,000 people. As a teaching hospital, affiliated with the SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, NY and the Binghamton University Health Sciences Center, United Health Services Hospitals trains over 75 physicians per year in residency and fellowship programs.
As a community-based system, the values that guide decision-making and behavior should reflect the culture of its communities and what they expect from their health care system. These values place special demands on all who are part of United Health Services Hospitals.