Hospitalist - Convenient CT Location - Award Winning Hospital

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David Bigham, Waterbury Hospital
May 6, 2013
Waterbury, CT

Position Description
The Hospitalist will be responsible for the medical care of inpatients and admissions. The position has a manageable patient load and opportunity to pick up additional shifts. Block schedule model of 12 hour shifts allows for ample time off. Weeks consist of 7 shifts with a Tuesday through Monday schedule, averaging 12 hours per day during scheduled blocks, followed by 7 days off. Coverage of approximately 12-18 inpatients, with usual daily census at 15-16, including admission of 1-2 patients per shift will be performed with a Physician Assistant. RRT coverage/response is required. No ICU or procedure requirements. CPOE is essential. Most specialties are available for consult.

Requirements: Board Certified/Eligible Internal Medicine with strong communication and interpersonal skills, clinical judgment and demonstrated ability to work as a team player.

Waterbury Hospital offers comprehensive compensation with incentive, along with a benefits package including Paid Time Off, medical/dental/vision, on-site fitness center and childcare center, massage therapy, and a 403(b) plan.

Waterbury Hospital is centrally located in CT and is convenient to the New Haven and Hartford areas, right off both Interstate 84 and Route 8. We are the only hospital in CT to receive the 2014 HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence Award, and have also received the Top 100 Hospitals for Critical Care award this year. For the second year in a row we have received a Most Wired Hospital award from the American Hospital Association.
With approximately 2,000 employees, Waterbury Hospital is one of the largest private employers in the Greater Waterbury region, and serves a vital role in the economic vitality of Western Connecticut. It is a private, non-profit acute care teaching hospital affiliated with the Yale School of Medicine and the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Founded in 1890 as Waterbury’s first and Connecticut’s fourth hospital, Waterbury Hospital is a full-service community health-care institution with centers of excellence in primary care, behavioral health and orthopaedics. Waterbury Hospital serves 16 communities, with a combined population of more than 380,000.

Community: The Greater New Haven area is known as Yale University’s hometown and it’s known for its outdoor jazz festival, international music festival, and history of industrial and architectural innovation. Both New Haven and Litchfield counties offer antiquing, hiking, art galleries, garden centers, theatre and an array of outstanding restaurants. Waterbury Hospital is in a great location, equidistant from New York City and Boston, and has countless cultural and recreational opportunities. New England offers many nationally ranked schools.

David Bigham
Sr. Human Resource Consultant
Waterbury Hospital / Alliance Medical Group
Phone: (203) 573-6076
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