The Medical Toxicologist role will be working in the Emergency Medicine specialty, located in Brandon Regional Hospital (JV) - EM Brandon, FL. Please contact Esther Aguilar at for additional benefits information.
Job Details: Details: We are seeking a Toxicology Fellow to serve as Academic Faculty to help establish a toxicology service and be a vital contributor to both the ongoing development of the toxicology service and our diverse academic faculty. The position will include clinical shifts in the Emergency Department, and active participation as a faculty member for the Residency in Emergency Medicine [45 resident cohort] while helping to implement a toxicology program. The Faculty will be eligible for academic ranking within the University of South Florida/HCA Consortium.Criteria: MD or DO. Successful completion of a Residency program in Emergency Medicine (ABEM/AOBEM) and fellowship trained in Medical Toxicology.Brandon Regional Hospital, located in Brandon, Florida, is an HCA West Florida hospital, is the flagship facility for the West Florida Division of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). As the fifth busiest ER in Florida, Brandon Regional Hospital serves approximately 120,000 patients each year. To keep up with patient demand and needs, the hospital allocated $60M to a multi-phase expansion. The completed project includes 40 new exam rooms, including areas for express care, pediatrics and behavioral health.
Facility Information: Brandon Regional Hospital is a 438-bed full service acute care tertiary teaching hospital, which employs over 2000 Employees, 240 volunteers, 640 Physicians, & 20 Medical Residents. The facility is certified by The Joint Commission in 5 disease specific programs: Primary Stroke, AMI, HF, CABG, Hip & Knee. Chest Pain Center with PCI accreditation and A Fib Center of Excellence by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. This acute care medical facility is also an approved DCF Baker Act receiving facility as well as honors by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons as a three-star facility.Other key services include a Women’s Center with Level III NICU; pediatric ER, pediatrics and PICU; Heart and Vascular Center; Behavioral Health; Florida Bariatrics Centers; Neuroscience, Orthopedics and Spine centers. The hospital is a Joint Commission Top Performer on Key Quality Measures; accredited Chest Pain Center; Highest 3 Star Heart Surgery rating (STS); Advanced Primary Stroke Center; Bariatric Center of Excellence (ASMBS); accredited Echocardiography Lab (ICAEL), certified Afib Center (SCPC) and accredited Breast Center (NAPBC). Additionally, the hospital has earned several Joint Commission disease specific certifications.Additional specialty services include a Heart & Vascular Center, a Behavioral Health Center, a Women's Center (which includes a 22-bed neonatal intensive care unit), and a designated Bariatric Center of Excellence. The hospital is proud to be named a Top 100 Hospital in America five times and a Top 100 Intensive Care Unit by the Solucient Leadership.
Community Information: The city of Brandon, part of the Tampa Bay metropolitan area, is convenient to I-75 and I-4 and only 20 minutes from Tampa International Airport. It is a wonderful family community with great neighborhoods and schools, in close proximity to the University of South Florida and Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. Enjoy everything from professional sports (football, baseball and ice hockey) to beautiful beaches, boating, fishing and great golf.
Benefits and Compensation: Faculty are employed through Envision Healthcare. The compensation package is attractive and includes a generous stipend for academic duties, with protected time in addition to a competitive clinical rate. Benefits include 401K, medical, dental, disability, and CME allowance. The position comes with academic appointment to the University of South Florida College of Medicine, with traditional opportunities for academic advancement, promotion and tenure.