Ambulatory and Inpatient Care Ventura County, California
• Join a high -quality and progressive health care system on the Pacific coast
• Enjoy clinical educational opportunities in a UCLA affiliated Family Medicine residency program
Ventura County Medical Center has an immediate opening for a full-time Pulmonologist to join our Pulmonary department. The ideal candidate should be interested in ongoing clinical education for a UCLA-affiliated Family Medicine residency program as well as providing pulmonary care in both the hospital and outpatient setting.
Hospital coverage shall be comprised of approximately 40% inpatient duties (consultations, medication management and discharge planning) and 60% outpatient duties (clinical practice). This is a fantastic opportunity for a trained Pulmonologist to gain valuable work experience while furthering their career in an established level II trauma center. Compensation is competitive, malpractice is included. Ventura County Health Care System is comprised of two hospitals located in Ventura, CA and Santa Paula, CA. The Ventura County Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center, one of only two in the county. In addition, our health care system is comprised of a network of primary and specialty care clinics, including 19 Federally Qualified Health Centers, 12 licensed clinics, and 7 urgent care centers, providing more than half a million visits per year. Our excellent primary care physicians handle nearly all routine care, leaving our specialists with the most interesting and challenging cases. Ventura, CA is a beautiful coastal community that is family-oriented with excellent schools and multiple cultural arts and outdoor activities. If you are interested in an opportunity to expand your horizons and grow your career as a Pulmonologist, this may be the ideal position for you. Please send your CV or inquiry to: Cerri.Mansfield@ventura.org
Cerri Mansfield Administrative Assistant to Dr. Scott Underwood, Medical Director for Specialty Care Services Ventura County Health Care Agency (805) 677-5223
The American Thoracic Society improves global health by advancing research, patient care, and public health in pulmonary disease, critical illness, and sleep disorders. Founded in 1905 to combat TB, the ATS has grown to tackle asthma, COPD, lung cancer, sepsis, acute respiratory distress, and sleep apnea, among other diseases.
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