The primary role of the Hospitalist is to provide consistent 24-hour doctor care for hospitalized patients that are not under the direct care of a specialty department. Responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of inpatient care, recovery and post-procedural care, and resuscitation of critically ill patients in the ICU. Additionally, the hospitalist is responsible for answering referral partner inquiries and updating clients with hospitalized pets. This is a unique opportunity for a small-animal veterinarian with extensive emergency and critical care in an Emergency hospital setting. Strong communication and organizational skills, the ability to collaborate with all team members and the desire and ability to provide the highest level of patient care are essential to the success of a Hospitalist.
Specific Responsibilities and Expectations:
Provide inpatient care for hospitalized patients with a wide range of medical problems and disease processes
Assist in the triage process, intake, evaluation, and treatment of patients presented to the ER department
Evaluate new ER cases and transfers from referral partners and coordinate care
Communicate with clients and referral partners regarding patient status, diagnostic and treatment plans, invoice and estimate updates, and follow-up care
Support specialty department inpatient care including post-procedure recovery and monitoring, medical record updating, and communication with clients and referral partners
Act as a liaison between the ER department and referral partners by providing information and recommendations regarding intake through the ER department
Engage in training of ER clinical service team members
Assist the hospital leadership team in improving the triage process, the workflow in the ICU, and collaboration between departments to achieve the highest level of patient care
Shift-based compensation with the opportunity for production pay.
Qualifications,Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree, or equivalent, from an accredited university.
Three years of experience in an ER and/or ICU setting is preferred. Preference will be given to doctors that have critical care experience.
The ability to become licensed to practice veterinary medicine in [State] as well as hold a DEA license.
Strong communication and organizational skills
Desire to provide exceptional patient care in a fast-paced environment
For more information about MedVet, please visit our website at www.medvet.com or to submit a confidential CV, please apply here, or email Amanda Purcell at Amanda.Purcell@medvet.com .
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About MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets
MedVet is committed to delivering the highest quality, most compassionate specialty and emergency veterinary care available in the Nation. Our first priorities are the health and well-being of our patients and support for our clients and their family veterinarians.MedVet provides specialty practices for in-depth care and patient management as well as emergency services (available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day). Our staff provides expert specialized care in areas such as anesthesiology, cardiology, dermatology, integrative medicine, internal medicine, interventional radiology, medical oncology, neurology, ophthalmology, radiation oncology, radiology, rehabilitative services, and surgical services.Our doctors, technicians and specialists are the best and brightest in their fields, often serving as distinguished faculty and researchers as well as leading clinical experts. Our team puts great importance on collaborative care and we partner with your family veterinarian to ensure the best outcomes and the quality care that your pet deserves. We strive to be on the leading edge of veterinary medicine, and are consistently recognized nationally for our role in clinical trials. Veterinary clinical trials play a key role in improving patient care and advancing veterinary medicine.