CarePoint, a physician-owned and operated group, is the exclusive contract holder for HCA/HealthONE's 6 hospital-based EDs and 6 Freestanding EDs. EM Board certified/board, eligible residency-trained Emergency Medicine physicians anticipates additional positions for 2020 start dates.
Emergency Departments in 6 area hospitals and 6 free-standing emergency departments
Annual volumes ranging from 20,000-70,000 patient encounters
Trauma Center level ranges from 1 to 4
Urban and Suburban locations
Bed size ranging from 22 to 45 ED beds
Key Advantages of CarePoint:
3-year partnership track
100% physician owned and operated
"A rated" medical liability environment on the ACEP report card
Successful candidates will be Emergency Medicine residency trained. Candidates must be BC or BE and on track for BC status in under 5 years following completion of training.
Send CV and include cover notes detailing basis of your interest in living/working in Denver, Colorado.
Sky Ridge Medical Center, a Level II Trauma Center, is a full-service, 284-bed destination hospital with a reputation for clinical excellence and world-class service. Sky Ridge offers compassionate care through patient-centered programs such as a comprehensive Cancer Center, adult and pediatric ERs, an award-winning Birth Place and a state of the art Spine and Total Joint Center. Sky Ridge is located on a 57-acre campus at the southwest corner of I-25 and Lincoln Avenue in Lone Tree, Douglas County, Colorado (south Denver Metro area).
Living in the Denver Metro Area:
Lone Tree is a southeastern suburb of Denver, Colorado - a major metro area of 2.8 million nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountain Range. Denver is one of the nation's fastest-growing cities with a highly educated population. Metro Denver offers a panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains, the nation's largest public park system, and 300 days of sunshine a year. As a result of these and other amenities, the metro area consistently tops the lists of most livable cities.
Douglas County is recognized for being one of the most family friendly communities in Colorado, offering a quality of life unmatched elsewhere in the state. For the fourth year in a row, Douglas County ranks in the top ten happiest counties in the United States. The area's unemployment rate is the lowest in Metro Denver at 2.5 percent and also ranks No. 1 in Colorado for overall health behavior for eighth consecutive year.
When residents aren't out enjoying the region's great outdoors, popular pastimes include cheering on the city's championship sports teams or diving into cultural attractions. To learn more about living in Denver, visit http://www.metrodenver.org/living-here