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TeamHealth - Emergency Medicine
Founded in 1979 by emergency physicians, we understand emergency medicine and your specific needs as a clinician. Visit MYEMCAREER.com for more information or download our iPad app.
There are a number of reasons you should consider an emergency medicine career with TeamHealth.
Physician leadership. Physicians continue to serve in leadership roles throughout our organization, including Lynn Massingale, M.D., FACEP, Executive Chairman.
Geographic diversity. With opportunities nationwide, we have a location that's right for you.
Patient safety. As a result of our designation as a Patient Safety Organization and our extensive risk management programs, TeamHealth emergency physicians enjoy claims rates significantly lower than industry averages.
Practice variety. Do you prefer the fast pace and high acuity of a large urban ED? A smaller, rural facility? An academic medical center with the ability to teach residents? Pediatric facility? TeamHealth has them all.
Growth opportunities. Advance your career within TeamHealth. We provide leadership training and administrative support to help you further your career.
Community and connectivity. Through our secure web portal, physicians can view and edit their schedules, conduct free CME activities, access provider wellness resources, participate in peer-driven discussion groups and discuss patient care best practices through the TeamHealth Patient Safety Organization website.
Security and stability. With more than 3 decades of experience, TeamHealth still serves its original hospital clients.
Practice support. You can focus on caring for patients while TeamHealth provides all of the administrative support, billing and revenue cycle management, managed care contracting, malpractice insurance, and scheduling.
Local practice autonomy. While TeamHealth provides practice support for physicians, each group maintains a certain level of autonomy to meet the individual needs of the hospital and practice.