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JOB #439459 Orthopedic Surgery,Orthopedics-Shlder-Elbow JOB IN West Virginia

Orthopedic Surgery,Orthopedics-Shlder-Elbow JOB IN West Virginia

West Virginia Orthopedic Surgery - Any State License.

Job Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery,Orthopedics-Shlder-Elbow
Job Location: West Virginia

Board Certification - Board certified or board eligible by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery http://www.abos.org/ is preferred.
The Orthopedic Surgeon shall work a Regular Tour of Duty: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Weeknight On-Call Coverage: 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m., Monday through Friday, on an as needed basis.
Weekend On-Call Coverage: on an as needed basis from Saturday 7:30 a.m. - Sunday 7:30 a.m. and/or Sunday 7:30 a.m. - Monday 7:30.m.
Orthopedic Surgeon The Orthopedic Surgeon will be providing services such as conducting comprehensive patient examinations, surgeries, record keeping (e.g. initial assessments, progress notes, surgery notes, etc.), and other tasks inherent to an Orthopedic Surgeon in collaboration with other VA staff in the Surgery Department Scope of Care: Contract physician(s), as appropriate and within scope of practice/privileging, shall be responsible for providing Orthopedic care, including, but not limited to :
Clinic and Surgical Care: Contractor physician(s) shall provide clinical Orthopedic services. Contractor physician(s) shall be present on time for any scheduled clinics/surgeries as documented by physical presence in the clinic or operating room at the scheduled start time.
Approximate clinic case load is per clinic: 20-25 patients per day and patients may be any combination of scheduled or unscheduled, outpatient or inpatient. # of procedures per surgical session: Two days per week, 3-7 patients per day, on average, depending on case size and complexity.
Operative Services: Contractor physician(s) shall provide comprehensive clinical Orthopedic services. The approximate surgical case load is 3-7 patients per day, two (2) days per week. The number of cases scheduled depend upon the complexity of the procedures.
Intraoperative Follow-up: the Contractor physician(s) shall be present in the operating suite for all orthopedic procedures.
Postoperative Follow-Up: Contractor Physician rounds shall be conducted on postoperative patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and on the wards. All complications will be discussed in morbidity and mortality conferences
Contractor physician(s) shall provide consultative services at the patient’s bedside if the patient is not ambulatory and in the clinic setting if the patient is able to report to the outpatient clinic. Procedures shall be scheduled for completion within 30 days of the date of the consult.
Medications: Contractor physician(s) shall follow all established medication policies and procedures. No sample medications shall be provided to patients.
Discharge education: Contractor physician(s) shall provide discharge education and follow up instructions that are coordinated with the next care setting for all orthopedic clinical or surgical patients.

If you have serious interest in this specific opportunity please send CV. If you should have any questions please contact Brian Quinlin at 1-800-980-2385 or email at bquinlin@harrismedical.com to discuss further.

Thank you so much!
Brian Quinlin
Harris Medical Associates
1180 Satellite Blvd, Suite 200
Suwanee, GA 30024
800-980-2385 Toll Free
770-497-9685 Local
404-723-1058 Cell
866-880-3625 Fax
Website: www.harrismedical.com
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