Trauma/ACS Surgeon

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Trauma/ACS Surgeon

Allegheny Health Network

LOCATION:

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

TYPE:

Full Time

EXPERIENCE:

Outstanding clinical skills and a dedication to education and research

EDUCATION:

Board certified in Surgery and board eligible in Surgical Critical Care

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Overview


Allegheny Health Network (AHN) is a subsidiary of Highmark Health, the third largest integrated health care delivery and financing system in the nation, and is a network focused on preserving health care choice and providing affordable, high-quality care to the families in our communities. With more than 14,000 employees including 7,400 health care professionals, and nearly 200 primary care and specialty care practices, Allegheny Health Network includes eight hospitals in Pennsylvania with nearly 2,400 licensed beds and continues to expand further into the community with facilities currently under construction.

Responsibilities


The Trauma/ACS team is supported by a large General Surgery residency (6 chiefs/year), Surgical Critical Care fellowship, Critical Care APP fellowship, physician assistant/nurse practitioners, and administrative staff.

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Allegheny Health Network is currently seeking two full time Trauma/ACS surgeons to join the group at Allegheny General Hospital (Level I center) and Forbes Hospital (Level II center).

Allegheny General Hospital (AGH), offers medical care to Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas as a mature trauma center and quaternary referral center. Allegheny General offers its patients state-of-the art surgical suites, innovative technology, and advanced medical treatments for more than 3000 trauma patients/year in the 600 bed facility. The Trauma/ACS team is supported by a large General Surgery residency (6 chiefs/year), Surgical Critical Care fellowship, Critical Care APP fellowship, physician assistant/nurse practitioners, and administrative staff. 

These positions offer competitive compensation and benefits as well as a dedication to work/life balance and both professional and personal development.

The qualified candidates should be board certified in Surgery and board eligible in Surgical Critical Care and have outstanding clinical skills and a dedication to education and research.

To apply, contact: 
Rhonda Price by phone at 412-359-4544 or email at
rhonda.price@ahn.org