A surgicalist career path can enable you to achieve your ideal work-life balance. It’s a unique opportunity to leave behind the stress of juggling on-call duties, elective cases, and practice management duties, and enjoy the freedom to focus on providing the best possible patient care. If you’re a skilled surgeon looking for an exciting new challenge, joining our team can be life-changing. Positions are available throughout the country. Key roles within our surgery programs include: Acute, Trauma, Neuro, and Orthopedic surgeons, medical directors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
A pioneer and leader in the surgicalist movement, Surgical Affiliates Management Group builds and manages full acute care teams across the nation. Created and owned by surgeons, Surgical Affiliates’ surgical hospitalist programs provide 24/7 emergency surgery care and evidence-based, care standardization programs to improve hospital workflow and efficiency.
We are the only surgical hospitalist organization with published, peer reviewed results demonstrating long-term excellence in patient care and ability to improve overall hospital performance. Our programs make a difference every day.
In addition, we have helped several of our partner hospitals implement the emergency services and protocols required to earn designation as an ACS Verified Trauma Center.
Surgical Affiliates Management Group is looking for a BC/BE Trauma/ACS Surgeon to join our new program with our team in El Paso, TX
The two hospitals we cover include The Hospitals of Providence East Campus, a Level III Trauma
Center and The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus, a Level III Center.
o Primarily responsible for all trauma activations and consults. The response time to Tier 1 activations is 30 minutes.
o Rounds on all patients on the service (Trauma+ACS).
o ACS consults/admissions.
o Procedures and operative cases for both Trauma and ACS.
o Some pediatric cases (both trauma/ACS); more complicated cases diverted or transferred to tertiary university hospital.
o Non-emergent ACS operative cases may selectively be scheduled the following morning if clinically appropriate.