OverviewOncology Hospitalist PhysicianSmilow Hospitalist ServiceYale New Haven HospitalFull time with benefitsDescription
Yale New Haven Health, the largest and most comprehensive healthcare system in Connecticut, is inviting physicians to join an established Oncology Hospitalist Service at Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale New Haven Hospital.
We welcome applications from physicians trained in Internal Medicine, Hematology-Oncology or Palliative Care.
We are proud to offer:
- Highly competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits
- Flexible schedules to ensure work-life balance
- A collegial environment with access to expert specialists and the resources of one of the nation's leading health systems
- Epic electronic medical record to share patient information with every clinician in our health system
Yale New Haven Health includes Yale New Haven, Bridgeport, Greenwich, Lawrence + Memorial and Westerly hospitals; several specialty networks; and Northeast Medical Group, a physician-led multispecialty group with nearly 1100 clinicians.
- Enjoy all four seasons in beautiful New England
- Family-oriented residential communities with some of the best schools in the nation
- Conveniently located between New York City and Boston
The oncology hospitalist must be able to competently care for the hospitalized patient throughout the hospital stay. This includes emergency evaluation and triage in addition to admission to the hospital and formation of a differential diagnosis. It is essential to formulate a comprehensive care plan in accordance with the most up to date, evidence-based protocols. The oncology hospitalist must possess excellent communication skills and exhibit these through communication with primary medical doctors as well as in house consultant physicians and colleagues.
The hospitalist must interact in a professional manner with all members of the patient care team. The hospitalist physician should participate in education of the house staff physicians, students, nurses and all members of the patient care team. The hospitalist should keep high quality care and patient safety in mind while transitioning the patient back to the outpatient setting upon discharge. The hospitalist shall deliver the above with service excellence and patient satisfaction in mind. Participation on Yale New Haven Hospital committee's service is encouraged in an effort to demonstrate leadership.Qualifications/Education:
Medical Degree (MD, DO) and Internal Medicine Residency completion required. Hematology-Oncology or Palliative Care training welcomed.To learn more, please contact:
Tyrita Stewart, In-House Physician Recruiter, Tyrita.Stewart@ynhh.org or
Tim Dascenzo, Sr. Manger, Timothy.Dascenzo@ynhh.org