The Department of Emergency Medicine at Rush University Medical Center is seeking a full-time, residency trained, Board Certified / Board Eligible Emergency Medicine Physician to join the Rush Oak Park team. With an annual volume of 35,000 patients, the ED is well- staffed with 40 hours of physician coverage and 24 hours of mid-level provider coverage daily. EM physicians are employed by the hospital and receive a competitive benefits package with night and weekend shift differentials, CME allowance and paid time off. The EM group is democratic with an equal distribution of shifts and has been very stable, maintaining a collegial and cooperative atmosphere. The emergency department is committed to delivering excellent, patient-focused care and was recently ranked first in the Chicago area in lowest patient wait times. Our affiliation with Rush University Medical Center allows for easy transfers of patients requiring tertiary care. Rush Oak Park Hospital is conveniently located 10 miles from downtown Chicago and in a desirable residential neighborhood.
Rush University Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or Protected Veteran status.
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