Urgent Surgery Associates, P.A.(UrSA) and North Texas Critical Care, P.A.(NTCC) are seeking non-surgical Critical Care specialists as well as Acute Care Surgeons to join our combined practice of Trauma/Emergency General Surgery (UrSA) and Surgical Critical Care (NTCC) in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex.
We are a private practice, multi-specialty group of 15 Acute Care Surgeons and non-surgical Intensivists with a goal of building to 18-20 physicians along with our 25-30 APPs. Practicing predominately at BUMC, a flagship tertiary referral center in the heart of Dallas, we have a high acuity patient load cared for by our dedicated, well trained and supportive associates. Come and join our tenured and collegial team.
In conjunction with our surgeons our non-surgical intensivist associates at BUMC lead a team of APP’s, residents, and fellows responsible for:
A 23-bed trauma/surgery unit including abdominal transplant
A 34-bed mixed unit caring for cardiac/thoracic surgery, heart failure cardiology, LVAD, and heart/lung transplant.
This unit is an ELSO Gold Level Center of Excellence with an expected 150 ECMO cases this year.
Our surgeons at BUMC direct a team of residents and APPs covering:
ACS Level 1 adult Trauma Center with 2900 annual admissions. (15% penetrating overall – 30% penetrating for full team activations; 1900 service admits, consulting on another 700 admits)
Emergency General Surgery for all unassigned patients through the ED as well as in-house consultation.
2000 operative cases yearly
Our surgeons also serve at Baylor All Saints in Fort Worth with our APPs
Level 3 Trauma Center
Emergency General Surgery
600 operative cases/year
1400 consults and admissions
Trauma and Emergency Surgery call are concurrent
Development of elective practice is encouraged
Instruction for all aspects of Critical Care for
Critical Care Fellows
APP Critical Care Fellows
Research opportunities are available and supported
Participation in TQIP and NSQIP
Academic appointments with Texas A&M College of Medicine and TCU UNTHSC School of Medicine
15-18 half day shifts/month
UrSA and NTCC have a generous benefits package for physicians which adds considerable value to the total compensation, including
Medical and dental insurance contributions
Annual retirement contribution
Productivity and profit-sharing bonus
Academic allowance (dues, fees, travel)
No state income tax
About Baylor Scott and White Health System
The merger of Baylor Health Care System and Scott & White Healthcare created the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in the state. Baylor Scott and White Health includes 49 hospitals, more than 900 patient care access sites, more than 6,000 affiliated physicians, and 40,000 plus employees.
BUMC, a part of Baylor Scott and White Health, has been recognized on the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list for the 28thconsecutive year and ranked as the #2 hospital in DFW and the #4 hospital in Texas. It is ranked as the #3 best large teaching in the US by Fortune/IBM Watson for 2020. A flagship for the system, BUMC is an 800-bed hospital serving as a referral center for the region and providing residency and fellowship training in a variety of specialties. It is also affiliated with the Texas A&M College of Medicine.
Baylor Scott & White All Saints Hospital in Fort Worth is a 375 bed, Level 3 Trauma Center. It has been designated as the teaching hospital for the new TCU and UNTHSC Medical College.
Non-surgical Intensivists are BC/BE in Critical Care from their respective specialty (Anesthesia, Internal Medicine) or Surgical Critical Care for Emergency Medicine with an interest and experience in caring for surgical patients. Opportunity for continued part time practice in your specialty may be possible.
Candidates for the surgical positions are BC/BE in both General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care with fellowship
Obtain an unrestricted Texas Medical License
Must possess superior skills in the care of high acuity patients and have the ability to perform under pressure.
Patient centered with excellent communication skills
The discipline to work collaboratively in a team environment providing training and leadership to APPs, fellows, residents, and medical students is essential.