ER Physician - NY

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Staff Emergency Department Physician


The Hospital is a voluntary, not-for-profit, 228-bed acute care facility located in the Westchester County, NY. Since its founding in the 1800's, the Hospital and its affiliated physicians are committed to providing a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical and surgical services. Today in addition to its wide range of medical and surgical inpatient services, the Hospital is devoting its expertise and resources to specialty programs and services.

The Role

The Staff Emergency Department Physician shall be responsible for the comprehensive care of patients in the department with respect to the clinical and administration of the policies and procedures applicable to the inpatient units as approved by Provider.


The Staff Emergency Department Physician shall be responsible for the medical treatment/care of all patients in his/her designated area with respect to the clinical and administrative policies and procedures applicable to the area. This position would report to the Chief of Emergency Medicine.

  • Work with interdisciplinary team to coordinate treatment on all patients. Including participation in daily clinical team meetings to report observations and coordinate the development of recommendations.
  • Write discharge orders on all patients being discharged.
  • Dictate discharge summaries.
  • Participate in quality assurance and utilization review activities as established for or with respect to the unit. .
  • Interact with Provider's clinical personnel as required to fulfill the foregoing responsibilities

  • Board Eligible or Certified in Emergency Medicine or Internal Medicine
  • Licensed to practice medicine in New York
  • Approved as member of Provider's Medical Staff
Interested? Contact Erica Cuthbertson, 914-944-8313, [email protected]