Catholic Health Initiatives Hospital Medicine Associates - Nocturnist in Louisville, Kentucky
Hospital Medicine Associates at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky is searching for a Nocturnist Hospitalist to join a large employed practice in Louisville, KY. Candidate must be Board Eligible/Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Hospital Medicine.
Employed opportunity through the KentuckyOne Health Medical Group
Average of 14-15 shifts every 4 weeks (7 On / 7 Off Schedule)
Quality bonus potential
Executive/Physician level benefits package includes:
Comprehensive benefits package
Malpractice insurance coverage
Sign On Bonus
For more information please contact Joanie Lustig, Physician Recruiter, (502) 540-3387
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Catholic Health Initiatives, a nonprofit, faith-based health system formed in 1996 through the consolidation of four Catholic health systems, expresses its mission each day by creating and nurturing healthy communities in the hundreds of sites across the nation where we provide care. The nation’s third-largest nonprofit health system, Englewood, Colorado-based CHI operates in 18 states and comprises 104 hospitals, including four academic health centers and major teaching hospitals as well as 30 critical-access facilities; community health-services organizations; accredited nursing colleges; home-health agencies; living communities; and other facilities and services that span the inpatient and outpatient continuum of care. In fiscal year 2016, CHI provided more than $1.1 billion in financial assistance and community benefit – a 13% increase over the previous year -- for programs and services for the poor, free clinics, education and research. Financial assistance and community benefit totaled more than $2 billion with the inclusion of the unpaid costs of Medicare. The health system, which generated operating revenues of $15.9 billion in fiscal year 2016, has total assets of approximately $22.7 billion. Learn more at www.catholichealthinitiatives.org
Catholic Health Initiatives and its organizations are Equal Opportunity Employers and support a drug-free work environment.
Jewish Hospital opened its doors in 1905 with a mission to provide all patients with the highest quality care and a strong emphasis on research and education. Today’s Jewish Hospital is a 442-bed internationally renowned high-tech tertiary referral center located in downtown Louisville, Ky., with a reputation for medical innovation and the development of leading-edge advancements in hand and microsurgery, heart and lung care, home care, rehab medicine (including sports medicine), orthopaedics, neuroscience, occupational health, organ transplantation, outpatient care and primary care.
Many of the hospital’s clinical programs have achieved national rankings for excellence. Site of numerous medical “firsts” in Kentucky, the nation and the world, Jewish Hospital is the site of the world’s first and the nation’s first and second successful hand transplants, and the world’s first and second successful AbioCor® Implantable Replacement Heart procedures. The hospital is federally designated to perform all five solid organ transplants – heart, lung, liver, kidney and pancreas.
Jewish Hospital Clinical Centers of Excellence include:
Heart and Lung Institute offers the most complete range of cardiovascular and pulmonary services available anywhere in the region
Hand and Microsurgery Institute is the only facility in the region offering comprehensive hand and upper extremity care and 24-hour emergency trauma teams headed by physicians with the world-renowned Kleinert Kutz Hand Care Center, PLLC. The Jewish Hospital Hand Care Center is the first of its kind in the U.S. and second in the world.
The Transplant Center, a joint program with the University of Louisville School of Medicine, performs all five solid organ transplants - heart, lung, liver, pancreas and kidney.
Frazier Rehab Institute is the region’s largest and most comprehensive rehab provider with numerous locations in the Louisville/southern Indiana area.
VNA Nazareth Home Care, the region’s oldest home health agency, offers patients of all ages a full continuity of care.
Neuroscience Institute treats injuries and diseases affecting the brain, spine and nervous system and is a certified Stroke Center.
Outpatient Care Center saves health care costs by offering many diagnostic procedures to patients on an outpatient basis.
EmployCare provides 24-hour treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses and a wide range of preventative and wellness services that go well beyond the traditional worker’s compensation program.
Orthopaedics: U.S. News & World Report has ranked Jewish Hospital among the Top 50 Best Hospitals in America for Orthopaedics
Sports Medicine: Jewish Hospital’s Frazier Rehab Institute Sports Medicine provides on-site medical management for collegiate, high school and intramural athletes in the Kentuckiana community
Respiratory Disorders: U.S. News & World Report has ranked Jewish Hospital among the Top 50 Best Hospitals in America for Respiratory Care
KentuckyOne Health was formed when two major Kentucky health care organizations came together in 2012. KentuckyOne Health combines the Jewish and Catholic heritages of the two former systems – Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare and Saint Joseph Health System. KentuckyOne Health is the largest health system in Kentucky and has more than 2,325 licensed beds.