USHPP- 1093: representing a military BE Pediatrician (MD) that will be available to start working September 2013. She is interested in pediatric options that are primarily outpatient with rounds in the nursery, and some administrative or business management obligation as she is currently pursuing her MBA. Options including a teaching component will also be considered. She is readily available to explore Locum Tenens opportunities and can start immediately (licensed in OH and working on New Mexico license).
USHPP-1148: representing a military BC General Surgeon MD (2003) available in November 2012. This seasoned surgeon would like a practice where he can perform “bread and butter” surgery cases including breast, hernia, GI tract (stomach, small bowel and colon), skin, diagnostic endoscopy and basic/advanced laparoscopy (no fellowship training). He prefers a combination of inpatient and outpatient practice with call not to be more frequent than 1:3. Call may be flexible based on how busy after hours call is for the practice. Working with residents and medical students would be a plus. This family man would like a hospital based clinical practice in Dayton, OH.
USHPP- 1040: Representing a former military BE Pathologist (MD 2006) with surgical path fellowship that will be available to start working ASAP. She is open to practice type and feels comfortable with leadership options (CLIA lab director for 4 years). Small group practices or small hospitals are preferred. This dedicated and involved pathologist is an active volunteer faculty member and is open to options with an academic component. She is also familiar with Joint Commission requirements in and outside the lab. Geographically she is open to location with a special interest in OH, coastal NC, Tampa/Orlando FL, Phoenix, AZ; Austin, TX; VA, MI, KY, PA, IN, MO, KS, NE, IA, IL, TX, LA, AR, MS, AL, GA, SC, TN, WV.
USHPP-1446: Representing a current civilian Medical Executive, DO (1982), who is BC in Internal Medicine with an extensive military healthcare leadership background at the "C" level. He is looking to transition into a senior management and leadership position in April 2014. He will look at a Chief Experience Officer or a Chief Strategy Officer options as well. This physician has an impressive and extensive service record where he demonstrated leadership acumen at multiple levels in the military healthcare system to include regional and national level military medical leadership. He possesses Congressional interaction/liaison experience. He is a published researcher and a sought-after presenter. He is the President of his State Medical Society. He is interested in administrative positions within large hospitals systems; academic settings; research facilities; and regional, national or international healthcare organizations; where he can proactively interact with a Board of Directors or governing body and utilize his extensive skills in strategic management, training/education, healthcare operations, EMR , coordination of medical services throughout large geographic areas, and multidisciplinary collegial approach to leadership. Geographically, his wife and he have a preference towards temperate climates and hope to live on a body of water. This Executive will consider northern tier states in communities greater than 25K with proximity to an airport with good service. States of interest are: ME, VT, MA, NH, PA, DE, RI, NJ, CT, MD, VA, OH, MI, WI, MO, CO, ID, UT, AZ, NV, WA, OR, CA, TX.
USHPP 1326: Representing a BC Internal Medicine Hospitalist Physician (Permanent Resident-Green Card) MD, 2002 that will be available immediately. He is comfortable rounding on ICU patients and is looking for options with an academic component. Geographically he is looking for larger cities with a diverse population and cultural amenities. Communities with lots of cultural amenities and excellent school systems are ideal.
Representing a decorated veteran BC Neurologist (MD 2004) with a fellowship in Sleep Medicine which she will be completing in July of 2014. This dedicated and published clinician with leadership experience (Neurology Division Head) is looking for options where she can do a mix of sleep medicine and general neurology work. She is open to practice type and is looking for a salary guarantee if possible. Geographically she is looking to around the Detroit Michigan area but will consider options in other areas of MI, OH, IN and WI.
USHPP1319: Representing a military BC Gastroenterologist (MD 2003) who is seeking Locums Tenens opportunities. He is most interested in options that would be 7-10 days per month on a continuing basic. He is bi-lingual in Mandarin Chinese. This experienced leader and combat veteran is open to location and currently holds licenses in Hawaii, Wisconsin and Nebraska.
USHPP- 1289: Representing a FMG (Canada 2006) Orthopedic Surgeon (will need H1-B Visa w/exemptions, O-1 visa, Conrad 30 waiver) with a fellowship in both Orthopaedic trauma (July 2013) and Adult Reconstruction, Knee and Hip (July 2012). Available ASAP! He has an extensive experience in all aspects of orthopaedic trauma care including pelvic, acetabular, and complex peri-articular fractures as well as complex post-traumatic hip and knee reconstructions. He is looking for a Trauma Level I or II hospital employed group where he can use both fellowships. He is happy to cover trauma call as needed. Teaching residents and research are desired if possible. Geographically he is open to location and is looking for active communities where he can put down roots. He will consider any size town for the right position.
USHPP 1325: representing a bi-lingual (Spanish) military BE Ophthalmologist MD, (2009) interested NOW in Locum Tenens options only, (2-3 days a month) in and around the Elizabethtown , Louisville, or Bowling Green, KY; Cincinnati, OH; or Indianapolis, IN areas. If close to Elizabethtown KY, weekday evenings after 4 PM are acceptable. For weekly, regular or long weekends, and holidays he can work a regular day or evening shifts. Long-term LT situations are welcome, especially those with a teaching component. He is looking for a situation that will work with his military commitments and need for some degree of flexibility. He performs medical and surgical management for ametropia and cataracts; laser and surgical management of glaucoma; photocoagulation and intravitreal injections for macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy; treatment of uveitis, trauma, strabismus, optic neuropathies, and corneal disease; and pediatric evaluations and treatment. He has a special interest in pediatrics. He will also consider select opportunities in the mid-west, within a short commute of Elizabethtown, KY.