Phoenix Area - Over 300 days of sunshine a year|
Phoenix area openings for full-time Emergency Physicians|
with an established group at four Banner Health Hospitals
University Medical Center Phoenix
• An academic tertiary care hospital located in downtown Phoenix with 9 residency and 8 fellowship programs,
733 patient beds, 70K emergency/trauma visits/year. New ED opened spring 2017
Estrella Medical Center
• Opened 2005, located in west Phoenix, 305 patient beds, over 90k emergency visits/year
Ironwood Medical Center
• Opened 2010, located in the San Tan Valley, with 53 patient beds, 40K emergency visits/year
Goldfield Medical Center
• Opened 2013, located in Apache Junction, 30 bed community hospital, 30K emergency visits/year
Salary & Benefits
Competitive compensation package
Multiple group benefit plans
Business Expense Reimbursement Account
Paid claims-made malpractice insurance with "tail" coverage
Candidates must be EM residency-trained or ABEM/AOBEM certified/eligible
Banner Health ...
Regarded and recognized as a top health system in the country for the clinical quality consistently provided to patients in our hospitals, non-profit Banner Health is headquartered in Phoenix and operates 28 hospitals, including three academic medical centers and other related health entities and services in six states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Wyoming).
With more than 50,000 employees, Banner Health is the largest private employer in Arizona and third largest employer in the Northern Colorado front range area.
Named a Top 5 Large Health System three out of five years by Truven Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters).
Twenty-one of our hospitals are at the highest level of electronic medical records.
At our 55-bed simulation medical center - the largest "virtual hospital" of its kind - our health care providers can enhance their skills and training.
Banner Health is the first health care provider in Arizona and Colorado to use technology to monitor patients from hundreds of miles away using Banner Telehealth.
Phoenix - in the "Valley of the Sun"
Phoenix is the capital and largest city of the state of Arizona. With 1,445,632 people, Phoenix is the sixth most populous city nationwide. It is the anchor of the Phoenix metropolitan area and is the 13th largest metro area by population in the United States, with approximately 4.3 million people. The population growth rate of the Phoenix metro area has been nearly 4% per year for the past 40 years. (See the Map) (See the Map)
In Phoenix the sun shines over 300 days a year, the cost of living is reasonable, and there are outstanding schools and universities. Sports have become an exciting part of the spectator's agenda. Whether you enjoy professional baseball, basketball, football, hockey, or NASCAR, Phoenix has it all. Glendale, located just 9 miles northwest of Downtown Phoenix is home to NHL, NLL, and NFL professional sports teams and spring training for two major league baseball franchises. Glendale offers access to the new University of Phoenix Stadium, host for the 2008 and 2015 Super Bowl. Glendale also bills itself as Arizona's Antique Capital with plenty of shopping at popular Arrowhead Towne Center mall.
Phoenix is the cultural center of the Valley of the Sun, as well as the rest of Arizona. Symphony Hall is Phoenix's top performance center. In addition to the Phoenix Symphony and the Arizona Opera Company, Symphony Hall hosts many touring Broadway shows.
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