Richland, Washington - Seeking an excellent BE/BC Critical Care Intensivist physician. Full-time position. Competitive compensation; comprehensive benefits. Our Intensivist program delivers high quality, dedicated inpatient care to the patients we serve through a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach. Join the dedicated and compassionate team at Kadlec Regional Medical Center's newly-opened second ICU, a beautiful and state-of-the-art facility. Enjoy outstanding quality of life in sunny southeast Washington.
Nestled at the confluence of three scenic rivers, Tri-Cities (Kennewick, Pasco and Richland) enjoys an abundance of outdoor recreation, excellent education, and rich scientific and agricultural industries - including an internationally recognized wine industry. Kiplinger recognized the Tri-Cities as one of the "Top 10 Best Places to Raise a Family," while the Gallup Well-Being Index included the area on their list of "Happiest & Healthiest Cities in America." With a dry climate, hot summers, and mild winters, the area boasts over 300 days of sunshine annually and year-round recreational opportunities such as golf, fishing and cycling.
Kadlec Regional Medical Center is a progressive, 270-bed, nationally recognized, not-for-profit medical center. The first hospital in Washington state to receive Planetree Designated status, Kadlec is the regional referral center for southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. We are focused on creating a truly healing environment for each individual patient's unique needs. Just as importantly, we support an organizational culture which encourages and nurtures its staff.
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