TeamHealth - Emergency Medicine

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Founded in 1979 by emergency physicians, we understand emergency medicine and your specific needs as a clinician. Visit 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.