Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (GSHMC), located in West Islip, on the south shore of Long Island is looking for a medical intensivist to join and lead our critical care team. The Medical Director will oversee the day to day clinical operations of the MICU and Chair the GSHMC Critical Care Liaison Committee to ensure collaboration among the medical ICU, surgical ICU, cardiothoracic ICU, neuro-ICU and promote best practices to enhance patient safety. The medical intensive care unit (MICU) is a twenty (20) bedded closed critical care unit.GSHMC is a 437–bed teaching hospital and a member of Catholic health Services of Long Island. We care for well over 100,000 patients annually across the south shore of Long Island. Qualified candidates will be licensed by NY state and have a doctorate of medicine or osteopathic medicine from an accredited critical care fellowship, with board eligibility/certification. Candidates with a background in anesthesiology and surgery will also be considered.
Directing and providing medical care to patients within the MICU
Providing consulting services throughout the hospital and emergency department
Opportunities exist for procedures, including but not limited to central line placement, dialysis catheters, arterial lines, endotracheal intubation, thoracentesis and bronchoscopies
Opportunity for clinical studies and teaching residents, nurse practitioners and physician assistants
We offer a competitive salary, dynamic work atmosphere and a generous benefits package. For immediate consideration please e-mail your CV to Anthony.Uberti@chsli.org and apply online at https://jobs.chsli.org
GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
A Member of the Catholic Health Services of Long Island
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
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About CHSLI-Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center
Catholic Health Services is an integrated system encompassing some of the region’s finest health and human services agencies. With 18,000 employees, 6 acute care hospitals, 3 nursing homes, a home nursing service, hospice, a community-based agency for persons with special needs and a network of physician practices, CHS’s high standards have resulted in a 24% market share. CHS serves hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders each year, providing care that extends from the beginning of life to helping people live their final years in comfort, grace and dignity.
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, a member of Catholic Health Services of Long Island, is a 537-bed (including 100 nursing home beds), not-for-profit hospital serving the communities on the south shore of Long Island in West Islip, New York. Good Samaritan’s high-quality medical services extend across the continuum of care to all disciplines, both for inpatients and outpatients.
A stellar reputation exists for Good Samaritan’s first-rate oncology, cardiology, orthopedic, women’s, respiratory, critical care, neurosurgical and surgical care. All are complemented by an array of state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging capa...bilities that includes a Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography (PET/CT) scanner and a sophisticated Department of Imaging Services. Good Samaritan is one of the largest providers of emergency services on Long Island. The Ambulatory Surgery Department, where patients have same day procedures, treats an average of
Additionally, services for women are available in obstetrics, gynecology and maternal/child care as well as diagnostic imaging for cancer screening and treatment. Pediatric patients are treated in the Pediatric Emergency Department and, if necessary, admitted to the Pediatric Unit or the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Pediatric sub-specialists are available around the clock to support these medical services.
To address the physical, emotional and spiritual impact of advanced disease, Good Samaritan has incorporated its pastoral and palliative services into the comprehensive care provided. The Palliative Care program includes inpatient care, an outpatient clinic and a strong presence throughout the continuum of care encompassing home care, dialysis and long-term care facilities. More than 600 patients annually are supported through this initiative.
The talented medical staff of 850 physicians, 1,300 nurses and more than 2,000 support staff is committed to offering the best in diagnostic, treatment and prevention of conditions and illnesses. In keeping with the tradition of Catholic health care, our patients' physical needs are met with the highest standards of quality while equal attention is paid to the emotional and spiritual needs of every patient and family.