UPMC St Margaret’s Intensivist service is a full-time hospital-based adult critical care practice in Pittsburgh, PA. It is one of the recognized leaders in the provision of critical care services in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. Physicians lead a multidisciplinary team that provides integral and collaborative care of medical and general surgical patients. • This position is with a highly regarded and well established Pulmonary/Critical care group • Full time Nocturnist position is 7pm-7am working 7 days on and 7 days off block schedule • This position will be in partnership with another fully employed Nocturnist • Coverage of 14-bed ICU medical/surgical and critical care service admissions on the 36 bed Stepdown unit • Candidate must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Critical Care Medicine, dual certification in Pulmonary Medicine is also desired.• Very competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package.
Board Certified or Board Eligible in Critical Care Medicine.Board Certification in Pulmonary Medicine is also preferred but not required
Additional Salary Information: Very competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package
About UPMC St. Margaret (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center)
UPMC St. Margaret is a 249-bed acute care and teaching hospital situated on a 21-acre campus in Aspinwall which is located 15 minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh. It begins its second century of service with renewed dedication to more than 250,000 residents of northeastern Allegheny County and the Alle-Kiski Valley, providing residents convenient access to the area’s finest physicians and health serv...ices.
UPMC St. Margaret is a Magnet® designated hospital. Magnet status is the highest international recognition for nursing excellence and leadership
At UPMC St. Margaret, our primary care and specialty physicians, and clinical and support staff members, work together to provide patients with quality care and the latest technical and medical advances.
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