Interventional Pain Management Physician Needed in Tampa Bay, Florida!!
Well-respected and established Interventional Spine & Pain Management practice, is seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Anesthesiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, or Neurology trained Interventional Pain Management Physician for their Tampa area offices. Candidate(s) must have excellent bedside manner, time management skills, and be looking for long-term employment in an outpatient clinical setting. The physician will provide comprehensive multi-disciplinary pain management care and may supervise ARNPs/Physician Assistants. Position requires a variety of clinical and technical skills including coordination, workup, diagnosis, treatment, interventional and medical management with follow up of pain patients. Clinic hours are 7:30am-4:30pm Monday - Friday.
Position offers a competitive salary guarantee with productivity based incentive from the beginning of employment, along with a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and 401k opportunities with company match. Employee shall receive three (3) weeks paid time off and five (5) days of paid CME with reimbursement up to three thousand five hundred($3500.00) dollars per year. There is as immediate PARTNERSHIP track offered into a de novo ambulatory surgery center and details will be discussed upon interview.
It is one of the largest Interventional Spine & Pain Management companies in Florida providing comprehensive pain management and rehabilitative services to its patients throughout the state. We are also a core facility/training site for an ACGME accredited Pain Medicine Fellowship program for those physicians who enjoy teaching.
Beautiful beaches, boating, fishing, year round golfing, and an awesome developing city and restaurants scene. Affordable housing and A-rated schools in the area! Tampa Bay is a great place to raise a family or enjoy the family free lifestyle.
Qualifications, Skills and Requirements:
*Must have obtained a MD or DO degree and completed an accredited residency program.
*Training in Specified Area of Medical Specialty (Pain Management Fellowship preferred).
*Knowledge of legal and ethical standards for the delivery of medical care.
*Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standard.
*Knowledge of comprehensive medical evaluation, including diagnosis and treatment plans for patients in acute, chronic, cancer or other types of pain, and patient care services in area of their medical expertise.
*Effective verbal and written communication skills.
*Ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
*Must be credentialed per facility policies and procedures.
Licensure, Registry Required:State of Florida and Federal DEA Certification; valid Medical License