Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, General Physiatrist
January 3, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Baystate Health, home of the University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate, is searching for a talented and compassionate General Physiatrist to join Baystate Health’s Department of Neurosciences and Rehabilitation in western MA.
This opportunity features:
TALENTED TEAM & WELL ESTABLISHED PROGRAM. Join 56 Neuroscience and Rehabilitation physicians and advanced practitioners who provide state-of-the-art care and are committed to the highest quality patient care. The Division of PM&R includes six regionally recognized Physiatrists with diverse subspecialty expertise.
SUPPORT AND COLLABORATION. A cohesive group with strong mentorship available and opportunities to participate in medical education if interested.
WORK LIFE BALANCE. Primarily outpatient based position, with EMG and opportunity for inpatient consults. Attractive schedule with minimal call responsibilities.
COMPETITIVE COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS.
Candidates must be BC/BE in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, with strong preference for EMG trained physicians. Excellent organizational, communication and team skills are essential, with a strong commitment to quality, safety and patient-centered care.
Baystate Medical Center (BMC) is home to the state’s busiest single-site emergency department and the region’s only Level 1 trauma center. Additionally, Baystate Medical Center achieved elite distinction as one of 34 “High Performing” hospitals in America from US News & World Report in 2015.
Baystate Health is Massachusetts’ third-largest healthcare system, but it consistently ranks among the nation’s top hospitals and healthcare organizations. As a not-for-profit, mission-driven, integrated health system, Baystate Health serves a population of more than 750,000 people in communities across western Massachusetts.
Patient-centered care is at the core of Baystate Health’s culture. We are committed to hiring clinicians who value a culture of compassion and appreciate diversity—while delivering a higher state of caring.