Cape Fear Valley Medical Center is an 942-bed, 8-hospital regional health system that includes a 44-bed Level III NICU and a 28-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. The family birth center delivers 5,000 infants annually. The Pediatric Emergency Department has 17-beds and is staffed by full time pediatric emergency medicine specialist.
The Pediatric Emergency Department (PED) is one of the busiest in the state and has seen consistent increases in patient volumes since opening over 10 years ago. Currently, the PED has approximately 38,000 visits per year and has recently moved into their new department consisting of 17 private room beds to support the sustained growth. The PED serves as the pediatric base for the county EMS system and provides trauma services to the area.
This opportunity places strong emphasis on clinical service and program development. Responsibilities include clinical coverage of the PED and improvement activities toward its growth and performance.
Best in class compensation plus generous benefits including Paid Malpractice; CME Time and Allowance; Accrued Paid Time Off; 403(b) match and 457(b); Health and Dental Insurance; and other desirable benefits.