Anesthesiologist Job Description Sample
Shriners Hospital for Children in Shreveport, Louisiana is currently recruiting for a full time BE/BC Pediatric Anesthesiologist with an interest in regional and pain management.
We are a 45 bed pediatric hospital with service line that includes pediatric orthopedics and spine, sports medicine, cleft lip and palate surgery. We do not have emergency services.
The department supports two surgical suites, Monday –Friday with no emergency services. Call is shared equally with no in house call.
Anesthesia department is comprised of 2 FT Anesthesiologists, 2FT CRNAs, 1 FT rotating CA-4 Anesthesia Resident. The anesthesiologist performs the pre-op, recovery room, consults, supervise the CRNA.
We currently perform about 45 surgeries per month. The cost of living in Shreveport is low and we enjoy a work-life balance second to none. Our physicians enjoy three retirement programs, health/dental/vision coverage from day one of employment, Short term disability plans, student loan payback program for qualifying physicians and several supplemental optional coverages.
Board Certified/Eligible, residency trained Anesthesiologist, Fellowship trained in Pediatric Anesthesia
MD or DO,
BLS, ACLS, PALS
At Laser Spine Institute, our Anesthesiologists provide direct care to our patients, within a world-class facility and patient-centric environment, by meeting with the patient prior to the procedure in order to evaluate the patient's condition and review their medical history. The Anesthesiologist will also explain the process in order to set proper and clear expectations for the patient. During the procedure, our Anesthesiologist will carefully monitor the patient's vital signs and comfort while making appropriate adjustments in anesthesia. The Anesthesiologist is responsible for ensuring that the Surgeon is consistently informed of the patient's progress during the procedure. The Anesthesiologist will keep accurate records of the patient's status in accordance with local, state, federal, and applicable laws. At Laser Spine Institute, we pride ourselves on providing state of the art medical care, in a world-class facility while working with other team members to meet our patients' needs within an organization of care, empathy, and kindness.
At Laser Spine Institute, we understand the importance of a physician who is both a highly skilled medical professional and a compassionate individual. We know that it's about the people; whether patients, co-workers, or your own family.
Anesthesiologists at Laser Spine Institute are responsible for more than the stellar direct patient care that we know they will provide. They are also responsible for having fun, maintaining a positive work/life balance (no regularly scheduled nights or weekends!), acting with integrity in everything they do, and being part of a dynamic and first-class organization.
To paraphrase our CEO, "Healthcare is serious business. It can also be fun business."
Essential Functions - Duties & Responsibilities
Support life functions during the administration of anesthesia including induction intubation and emergency intubation. Is able to recognize and take appropriate corrective action for any abnormal response to the anesthesia administered and notifies the physician of any such changes.
Conduct an appropriate pre-anesthetic examination and record on the patient's chart by the. Complete the appropriate forms and pre-anesthesia evaluation.
Review patient's medical and surgical history, X-ray, lab, ECG reports and appropriate consents, in consultation with the involved physician(s).
Assemble all equipment necessary for each specific patient and check for safety and function and record daily as required by all applicable laws.
Provide observation and care until the patient has regained total control of vital signs and the patient's reflexes are intact or until they have been relieved by a trained PACU RN.
Maintain complete and accurate anesthetic records to include untoward reactions to anesthetic agents and/or drugs.
Accompany patient to recovery room while maintaining adequate airway. Provides full report to recovery room nurse including patient's surgery, vital signs, surgery performed, anesthesia and medications given along with any anticipated problems.
Comply with all mandatory continuing education requirements within the appropriate state.
Follow drug control policies, participates in drug counts and resolves any discrepancies. Reportsunresolved discrepancies to supervisor.
Participates in cost-saving policies and measures.
Complies with all facility policies and procedures, as well as safety, disaster and fire prevention programs.
Participates in QI/RM anesthesia activities.
Other duties as assigned.
Execute all duties in accordance with our CHOICE values.
Treat others with unconditional respect, dignity and equality.
Acknowledge a need or concern by pausing from your task
Customize your approach when meeting with customers (i.e. sitting down at bedside when communicating with a patient.)
Always go that extra mile.
Anticipate the needs of others by providing support and assistance before being asked.
Maintain a positive attitude.
Celebrate the success of your teammates.
Participate in teambuilding events.
Look for ways to make co-workers smile.
Encourage your teammates to meet their goals.
Attend and actively participate in staff meetings.
Share information with coworkers to achieve team success.
Cooperate and build collaborative relationships with one another.
Encourage coworkers to develop their own skills and abilities.
Behave ethically by demonstrating honesty, maintaining high standards and by always doing the right thing — even when nobody is looking.
Take ownership of mistakes without placing blame - apologize quickly.
Demonstrate reliability and responsibility.
Meet deadlines and follow through on all commitments.
Follow established patient, employee and "environment of care" safety policies and procedures.
Constantly work to improve job-related knowledge.
Promptly report and/or correct unsafe acts or conditions in the workplace. .
Provide education to department staff when applicable and necessary.
Consistently look for opportunities to exceed our customer's expectations by personalizing your approach.
Be on time.
Acknowledge a customer's presence immediately by making eye contact, smiling and introducing yourself.
Search for opportunities to improve processes.
Submit innovative ideas to improve the way we do business.
Actively pursue development goals and career objectives.
Qualifications & Requirements
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Must be fluent in English
Must have excellent interpersonal, written and verbal skills
Must be organized and work efficiently under pressure
Must be patient-focused and compassionate
Must be customer-service oriented
- 5 + years' experience in anesthesia
Current, full and unrestricted license to practice in Florida
Ability to become licensed in additional states of practice
Board Certified (American Board of Medical Specialties or Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners) or Board Qualified (in accordance with the requirements of each board)
- Fellowship trained or experience in pain management
A CULTURE DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND:
YOUR WELLNESS: Substantial, generous benefits program
YOUR CAREER EVOLUTION: LSI University offers robust career expansion with continued learning opportunities and career advancement ladders
YOUR TIME: Balance between your professional career and personal life
YOUR ENVIRONMENT: LSI offers a resilient community culture where employee spirit is abundant, smiles surround you, people are respected and recognized, accomplishments are revered, and everyone knows you by name
Administer anesthesia and anesthesia-related care in collaboration and consultation with surgeons and other medical professionals for patient care services including but not limited to surgery, perinatal services, and emergency response. # # Participates in pre-anesthetic preparation and evaluation. Anesthesia equipment and supplies are prepared appropriately for procedures. Evaluates the patient pre-operatively by interviewing and examining the patient; assesses data and selects appropriate anesthetic. Procedural consent is verified prior to each procedure. Patient specific anesthesia plan of care is formulated from the pre-surgical assessment Implements, monitors and adjusts patient#s physiologic condition as appropriate for type of anesthesia and specific patient#s needs. Transfers the responsibility for care of the patient to other qualified providers post-operatively to assure continuity of care and patient safety. Report and completed documentation is provided upon transfer of the patient from intra-operative to post-operative care provider. Acute and chronic post-operative pain management modalities are implemented. Medications, fluids and ventilator support are selected and ordered to facilitate recovery from anesthesia. The patient is discharged from the post-anesthesia care unit and provided with post-anesthesia follow-up, evaluation and care. Must discuss and review anesthesia plan with CRNAs and remain physically present on the premises during delivery of anesthesia services. Coverage of 1-3 weekend calls per month. Friday call is 14 hours, Saturday and Sunday 24 hours.
General Job Requirements # # Basic education of M.D., D.O. or equivalent medical degree Holds current unrestricted physician and surgeon license in the State of Illinois. Holds current DEA license and Controlled Substance in the State of Illinois. Successfully completed a residency program Anesthesiology approved by ACGME or its equivalent. The applicant must be able to demonstrate that he or she has performed at least 50 anesthetic procedures during the past 24 months. Become privileged and credentialed by the Medical Staff in accordance with the Medical Staff Bylaws and remain in good standing. ACLS Certified CPR Certified#
Participates in pre-anesthetic preparation and evaluation.
Anesthesia equipment and supplies are prepared appropriately for procedures.
Evaluates the patient pre-operatively by interviewing and examining the patient; assesses data and selects appropriate anesthetic.
Procedural consent is verified prior to each procedure.
Patient specific anesthesia plan of care is formulated from the pre-surgical assessment
Implements, monitors and adjusts patient's physiologic condition as appropriate for type of anesthesia and specific patient's needs.
Transfers the responsibility for care of the patient to other qualified providers post-operatively to assure continuity of care and patient safety.
Report and completed documentation is provided upon transfer of the patient from intra-operative to post-operative care provider.
Acute and chronic post-operative pain management modalities are implemented.
Medications, fluids and ventilatory support are selected and ordered to facilitate recovery from anesthesia.
The patient is discharged from the post-anesthesia care unit and provided with post-anesthesia follow-up, evaluation and care.
Must discuss and review anesthesia plan with CRNAs and remain physically present on the premises during delivery of anesthesia services.
Participates in additional areas of responsibility, which are within the expertise of the individual Anesthesiologist, for example, responding to cardiac arrests and elective intubations.
Ensures appropriate documentation to sufficiently charge for services rendered.
Basic education of M.D., D.O. or equivalent medical degree
Holds current unrestricted physician and surgeon license in the State of Illinois.
Holds current DEA license and Controlled Substance in the State of Illinois.
Successfully completed a residency program Anesthesiology approved by ACGME or its equivalent.
The applicant must be able to demonstrate that he or she has performed at least 50 anesthetic procedures during the past 24 months.
Become privileged and credentialed by the Medical Staff in accordance with the Medical Staff Bylaws and remain in good standing.
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Work Type: Full Time
Responsible for attending to patients to render diagnostic, therapeutic, medical, dental, podiatric or surgical services in the Hershey Medical Center as part of the Medical Staff or Specified Professional category as defined in the Medical Staff Bylaws.
Medical degree - M.D., D.O. or foreign equivalent
Completion of an accredited residency program
Licensed for the practice of medicine in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Board certification/eligibility inAnesthesiology
Penn State Health is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce. EOE-AA-M/F/D/V.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Department of Anesthesiology is searching for several Anesthesiologists at various levels of experience. UNC Hospitals are located on the main campus of UNC Chapel Hill and provide full service tertiary and quaternary care in a rich academic environment. Must have completed an ACGME accredited Anesthesiology Residency program (by the anticipated start date) and be ABA certified or eligible.Requires a medical degree (MD, DO or equivalent).
Concentric Methods is seeking an experienced Anesthesiologist. This position is contingent upon contract award.
The HCW will be expected to perform anesthetics throughout the hospital in areas outside their subspecialty to meet the needs of the department as well as the following:
Provide a full range of Anesthesiologist services in accordance with privileges granted by the Commanding Officer.
Provide preoperative assessment, intra-operative and postoperative management of surgical patients or patients requiring procedures outside the operating room, e.g. MRI, CT, and Invasive Radiology.
Advocate for the patient in the operating room.
Evaluate the patient's medical history, recent medications, and medical condition.
Inform the patient about the procedures associated with their surgery; discuss the anesthetic choices, their risks and benefits.
Order laboratory tests and prescribe medication as appropriate.
Possess and maintain current competency in Electronic Health Record and Information Systems used at Naval Medical Center San Diego.
Attend the monthly Anesthesia Department meetings.
Participate in education of Residents, Student Nurse Anesthetists, medical students, and other trainees in the operating room, conferences, and didactic settings.
We are seeking a full-time, call taking, BE/BC Anesthesiologist to join our well established group practice in Tampa, FL.
Our practice provides anesthesia services at St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Joseph's Children's and St. Joseph's Women's Hospital.
Handling over 40,000 cases per year including the second largest OB delivery practice in the state of Florida and a Level 2 Trauma Center, our 32 physician practice works collaboratively with anesthetists in a care team model.
Although the Pediatric Anesthesiologist will primarily handle pediatric cases, additional cases include: general, OB, trauma, ortho, neuro, vascular and endo.
Tampa Bay's warm weather affords plenty of opportunities to relish in the great outdoors all year long. Enjoy a round of golf at one of nearly 100 golf courses or relax on one of the many pristine white-sand beaches – three of the 10 best are just minutes away. The area offers an assortment of family venues such as zoos, aquariums and theme parks, along with access to world-class museums and the performing arts. There is a wide range of residential choices to fit every budget and lifestyle – whether you are looking for big city downtown living, golf course communities, waterfront lifestyle, majestic horse farms or historic neighborhoods – there is a lifestyle for everyone. It's a great place to live and the cost of living is affordable; there is no state income tax.
Our clinicians enjoy a competitive compensation package with many locations offering sign on bonuses, relocation and tuition reimbursement.
Our benefits include:
Health (various options), life, vision, dental and disability insurance
401(k) with annual matching program
Advanced and continuing medical education
Leadership training and advancement opportunities
Employee stock purchase plan at a 15% discount
Professional liability insurance
Support and payment for mandatory license/s and hospital credentialing
These benefits are for full time employees, employees in other types of employment classifications may be eligible for some of these benefits.
With a 35+ year record of success, MEDNAX has grown from a single medical practice to a trusted health solutions partner. As part of our national medical group, we give you the tools you need to build the career you want, and the flexibility to adapt as your personal needs and professional interests change.
We invite you to grow with us and help shape the future of health care.
MEDNAX Ranks on Forbes Most Innovative Growth Companies
MEDNAX is an Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
We have an outstanding opportunity for a full-time (1.0FTE) Anesthesiologist to join SSM Health Dean Medical Group, based in Madison, WI. SSM Health Dean Medical Group is one of the largest multi-specialty, integrated healthcare delivery systems in the country, with more than 775 medical staff members.
Join a group of 12 anesthesiologists and 47 CRNA's. The position is based at St Mary's Hospital and the adjacent Surgery and Care Center. St. Mary's Hospital has 10 operating rooms plus 3 cardiovascular operating rooms. The Surgery & Care – Outpatient Surgery Center has 8 operating rooms.
Typical schedule is Monday through Friday, (45-50 hours per week) including first call. Call frequency is 1:11 with weekday call being in house from 3:00 pm to 7:00 am.
For weekend call, one day serves as first call then back up call on the opposite day. All applicants are welcome but preference will be given to candidates with pediatric fellowship training. Excellent guaranteed salary, signing bonus and comprehensive benefit package are being offered for this outstanding opportunity.
SSM St. Mary's Hospital has been serving South Central Wisconsin since 1912.
The hospital is a 350-bed tertiary care and referral center with a full spectrum of medical and surgical services. St. Mary's Hospital and Dean Medical Group are part of SSM Health, an integrated health system that has facilities in Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
SSM Health Care, parent organization of St. Mary's, in May 2003 became the first health care organization in the country to be named a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award winner.
The award is the top honor a U.S. company can receive for quality management and quality achievement. St. Mary's Hospital is also the only hospital in the region to earn the prestigious Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing from the American Nurses Credentialing Center of the American Nurses Association.
Madison, population 250,000, consistently ranks as one of the top places in the country to live, work, go to school, play and raise a family. Home to the State Capitol and University of Wisconsin, Madison offers residents a stimulating civic, political and educational environment.
Boasting an outstanding public school system, Madison has 30 elementary, 12 middle and 5 high schools. More than 180 public, governmental and special libraries are available for additional learning.
Residents also enjoy an endless variety of music, dance, theater, visual and literary arts, including five museums exhibiting art, history, and science collections. Shoppers and diners enjoy an eclectic mix of independent stores and restaurants celebrating cultures from around the globe.
SSM Health Dean Medical Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Board eligibility/certification. WI licensure.
Through advanced treatment and technology, it provides for the changing healthcare needs of the growing communities it serves since 1957. The progress of the Medical Center represents the distinguished service of dedicated board members, physicians, employees and volunteers, and a supportive community. It takes more than technology and a modern facility to treat people.
It takes a team of dedicated, well-trained professionals to continually deliver quality healthcare. Employing a staff of more than 2,700, the Medical Center is recognized as one of the largest employers in the region and is proud of its reputation of providing a positive and responsive work environment. The Medical Center is supported by a medical staff of approximately 350 physicians representing virtually every medical specialty.
Ninety percent of our medical staff are board-certified compared to the national average of 60 percent. Through innovation and sustained performance, the Medical Center, a 420-bed regional referral center, has achieved the reputation of providing the best diagnostic, clinical, surgical and patient care services available in the region.
Currently seeking a full time anesthesiologist to join our practice. We are a well-organized group of 13 dedicated physicians who are engaged in the practice of perioperative medicine, anesthesia services and acute pain management in the Wiregrass region. Employment Benefits include Competitive annual salary above range for anesthesiologists in Alabama.
Excellent benefits including health, life, dental and disability insurance. Malpractice coverage. 401(k) retirement plan. Excellent vacation/time off benefits.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Licensed in state of practice.
This physician will join an employed group of over 650 physicians in Indianapolis, IN
Community Physician Network is seeking an Anesthesiologist to join our well established group at Community Hospital Anderson in Anderson, IN.
Established team of anesthesiologists
General anesthesia; no OB coverage.
Competitive compensation & benefits package
Licensure & Certifications
Board certified/board eligible in Anesthesia and eligible for medical licensure in Indiana
Ranked among the nation's most integrated healthcare systems, Community Health Network is guided by a simple mission: "Deeply committed to the communities we serve, we enhance health and well-being." We fulfill this mission by making exceptional health care easy to access, as well as by involving ourselves deeply in the well-being and quality of life of the communities that gave birth to our network nearly six decades ago. Our organization's values are represented by the acronym PRIIDE: Patients First, Relationships, Integrity, Innovations, Dedication, and Excellence. These values drive the work we do every day and the attitude we bring to every task.
Located approximately 20 miles north of Indianapolis is the pleasant suburban community of Anderson, Indiana. Anderson/Madison County has a city population of approximately 56,000 and a county population of approximately 132,000. A community filled with historic architecture, arts and entertainment, Anderson is also home to Anderson University, which was ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the best colleges and universities in the Midwest.
For more information, contact:Taylor Vetor, Senior Network Physician RecruiterPhone: 317-621-7347 | Email: TVetor@ecommunity.com
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