TeamHealth has an excellent leadership opportunity for a full-time physician to lead our emergency department team at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon, Kentucky. We ask that you be board certified in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Family Medicine with previous leadership experience and have current ATLS, ACLS and PALS certifications. This 11-bed ED sees an annual volume of 17,028 patients and EMR is Medhost. Physicians enjoy a low patient per hour rate of 1.7 patients of low-medium acuity and a hospital medicine program.
Spring View Hospital has been an integral part of the community since 1944. The hospital is a 75-bed facility offering a full range of services with state-of-the art technology serving a population of more than 55,000. Spring View Hospital's staff and physicians pride ourselves on providing advanced quality care and service. We continue to recruit new physicians to enhance the service offerings that signal the growth envisioned for the communities we serve and a promise to provide excellence in healthcare to our families, friends and neighbors.
- LifePoint facility with an appreciative CEO and administration who has the ED’s best interest in all decisions
- Secure schedule with flexibility for all clinicians
- 24-hour physician coverage
- 12-hour shifts from 6 am - 6 pm
- Signing bonus for full-time commitments
- Part-time and PRN opportunities are also available
- IC status with company paid malpractice (including tail), CME and concierge service
Located in central Kentucky southeast of Louisville, Lebanon is the county seat of Marion County. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 6,331. Marion County is home to Maker's Mark Distillery, a small batch bourbon whiskey distillery that offers tours and is part of the American Whiskey Trail and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. The distillery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 31, 1974, and designated a National Historic Landmark on December 16, 1980. The Loretto Motherhouse is also located in Marion County, and the working farm is a place of extraordinary natural beauty with historical buildings as well as the residence of active and retired members of the Sisters of Loretto, the first native American order of Roman Catholic nuns. Lebanon hosts the annual Heart Of Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff in January. Special guests along with local groups perform old favorites while other bluegrass musicians are invited to bring their favorite song for an opportunity to come on stage and perform. Lebanon is also renowned for its an annual Ham Days Festival and Tractor Show during the last weekend of September.