The Department of Emergency Medicine at Brandon Regional Hospital is establishing a new allopathic Emergency Medicine Residency program, with an estimated start date of July 2018. Brandon Regional Hospital is a 438 bed facility featuring one of the state’s busiest ER services with more than 131,786 ER patients treated last year.
We are currently seeking a Residency Program Director, eager to build a program from the ground up. Candidates must be EM residency trained, Board Certified by ABEM, and have at least three years’ experience as a core faculty member in an ACGME-accredited EM program. The successful candidate will have a national reputation as a leader in academic medicine in the areas of medical education, clinical care and research (relevant within the last five years).
- Must have a minimum of 3 years of experience as a Core Faculty member in an ACGME –accredited Emergency Medicine program
- Must be clinically active in Emergency Medicine
- Must be Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
- Have previous leadership / administrative experience
- Be willing to combine Administrative and Diagnostic (teaching) Responsibilities (50/50)
- Have strong administrative and team building skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Candidates with recent scholarly activity such as peer reviewed funding, publication of original research or review articles in peer-reviewed journals, chapters in textbooks, publication or presentation of case reports or clinical series at scientific society meetings, or participation in national committees or educations organizations highly encouraged to apply.
Brandon Regional Hospital, an HCA West Florida hospital, is the flagship facility for the West Florida Division of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). As the fifth busiest ER in Florida, Brandon Regional Hospital (BRH) serves approximately 130,000 patients each year. To keep up with patient demand and needs, the hospital allocated $60M to a multi-phase expansion. BRH recently completed phase one of its three-phase emergency room expansion. The newly completed first phase includes 40 new exam rooms, including areas for express care, pediatrics and behavioral health and a new patient entrance located on Oakfield Drive. The 22,000-square-foot addition more than doubled the number of rooms in its ER – raising its bed count from 35 to 76. Future phases include centrally located imaging services to streamline operations, and a new pediatric ER with 16 pediatric rooms and a dedicated entrance. The three-phase, 45,000-square-foot project is slated to be completed in May 2017. In recent news HCA West Florida has announced plans to establish a new allopathic Emergency Medicine Residency program based at Brandon Regional Hospital.
For more info visit: http://brandonhospital.com/service/emergency-care