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University of Maryland UM Capital Region, a member of the University of Maryland Medical System and located in Suitland, MD is looking for a BE/BC OB GYN, Physician to join the team.
2 OR in L&D plus 8 OR rooms
18 beds on the floor used for postpartum, antepartum, and GYN patients
Currently Athena and Cerner EMR’s. Transitioning to Pending EPIC EMR with Stork upon move to new Hospital in Largo, Maryland scheduled for April 2021.
Group comprised of 5 OB-GYN Physicians seeking a 6th
Support from a comprehensive Maternal Fetal medicine Division
Hospital performs an average of 1200-1500 deliveries per year
L & D and continuity of care office coverage
Scheduled Labor and Delivery and Emergency Department coverage
Ambulatory practice focused on in-office ambulatory procedures
Experience with LEEP, colposcopy, sonohysterography, cryosurgery, etc., preferable
Inpatient & Outpatient settings
Opportunities to participate in community activities (e.g. educational sessions, health fairs, etc.)
Employed physician will have approximately five 24 hour on call shifts/ month with post call day off.
See on average 28 – 35 patients per day in office setting
About 4 new patients per day
3.0 to 3.5 office days/week and .5 to 1.0 surgical days.
Ambulatory offices provide clinical services Monday- Friday 8-4:30pm
Monthly extended hours to include evenings and weekends
As a UMMS provider, you can expect:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
Paid malpractice insurance
Generous paid time off
CME leave and CME allowance
Retirement plan – 403-B with employer match
Be part of a rich tradition of Medicine while shaping the future of care delivery.
We are not accepting inquiries or solicitations from 3rd party recruiters/search firms.
Internal Number: 15815 FY20
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