Pulmonary Disease & Critical Care Medicine at Cooley Dickinson Hospital

Job description

Pulmonologist/Critical Care Physician We are currently recruiting a BC/BE Pulmonologist to increase the department’s capacity for pulmonary consultations in Northampton, MA. The incumbent will be required to provide both inpatient and outpatient services. Ideal candidates will be fellowship trained and have experience treating adults with a broad array of pulmonary conditions. The position will offer a mix of pulmonary and critical care services within a well-established outpatient practice, 11 bed ICU, and 4 bed step down unit. Procedures will include mostly central lines, occasional arterial line and thoracentesis/paracentesis. Cooley Dickinson Hospital, affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital, is part of the well-established, Cooley Dickinson Health Care system that combines a supportive staff, cutting-edge technology, and some of the brightest, most dedicated practitioners in medicine. We strive towards improving the quality of life for our patients, as well as the professional and personal lives of our physicians. Highlights include: • The schedule is 7 am to 5 pm and you will see 8-10 patients per day. • Telephone Call 1:4 – Advanced Practice Providers oversee 24-hour coverage in ICU • Competitive compensation based off of MGMA median data. • 6 weeks paid time off plus 2 weeks for CME • EMR = Epic • Full Benefit Package • Relocation allowance and relocation assistance as well as sign-on/retention bonus. Why Northampton, MA? If you're trying to decide between small-town and big-city living, the culturally diverse, vibrant, progressive college town of Northampton in Massachusetts truly offers the best of both worlds. Northampton has been named and continues to be one of the best U.S. destinations for restaurants, theater, galleries, ease of access to outdoor activities and overall quality of life. Our area offers, excellent schools, colleges, driving distance to both New York City and Boston, and 40 minutes from Hartford international airport. About the organization: The system’s 140-bed hospital annually admits 8600 patients, treats 34,000 emergency patients and delivers approximately 600 babies. The Cooley Dickinson Medical Group (CDMG), the fastest growing part of the system, consists of approximately 74 physicians and 37 advanced practice clinicians who provide care at 11 locations.

Benefits Inquire Within Yes CDHC offers you the Cooley Dickinson 403(b) Plan as an effective way to save for your retirement. CDHC will provide a core contribution (1% to 3%) based on your age plus years of service at the end of each quarter. When you contribute to the 403(b) Plan, CDHC will also provide a match of 50% of the first 6% of earnings that you defer to the retirement savings plan each quarter. You are eligible to receive the CDHC core contribution automatically after one year of employment; however, you must contribute to the 403(b) Plan in order to receive the CDHC match. You are immediately 100% vested in your own contributions. You are vested in the CDHC contributions and match after completing 3 years of service. You may also be eligible for the 457(b) savings plan. $3000 annually CDHC also offers our employees numerous extra rewards: Our Service Awards Program recognizes employees for every five years of completed service to CDHC. An on-site fitness center at Cooley Dickinson Hospital offers equipment 24/7 for employees. Auto and Homeowner’s Insurance is available through Webber & Grinnell Insurance and Whalen Insurance. The Cafeteria Payroll Deduction Program offers convenience when purchasing food in our cafeteria. A Credit Union offers employee savings programs. Verizon Wireless and AT&T employee discount programs are available. The Stone Soup Farm Share Program lets you purchase a portion of the organic vegetables, eggs, and/or fruit our partner farm grows each week. The Working Advantage Program provides discount son movie tickets, video rentals, Broadway shows, theme parks, online shopping, sporting events, and more. Enjoy the savings! All dues and fees necessary to secure and maintain Massachusetts licensure, federal, and Massachusetts controlled substances registrations are covered.
Candidate Requirements Massachusetts Candidates must be board certified/eligible. 3 years minimum experience In-person interview
Clinical Workload — Inpatient 10 Procedures mostly central lines, occasional arterial line and thoracentesis / paracentesis Epic
Clinical Workload — Outpatient 14 Standard Epic