Full-Time, Part-Time, PRN Emergency Department Physicians needed at Roosevelt General Hospital
- Current, unrestricted New Mexico medical license and DEA
- Board Certified or Board Eligible in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Family Medicine
- Current on ACLS certification
- 400 hours of recent ED Experience within the last 2 years
- Competitive hourly rates
- Independent Contractor status
- "A" rated professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Single-point-of-contact for all scheduling/flexible scheduling
- Colleague referral bonus program, up to $4,000 for FT providers!
Please contact Scott Sutton, Regional Manager at Scott.Sutton@emcare.com or (850) 437-7728 for details!
Envision Physician Services is a dynamic, physician-led organization which has been offering exceptional career opportunities since 1972. With more than 14,000 affiliated providers coast-to-coast, Envision Physician Services is nationally-recognized for delivering clinical excellence supported through innovation, integration and exceptional leadership.
Whether you are considering full-time, part-time or independent contractor opportunities with Envision Physician Services, you can rest assured you will be working for an industry-leader who delivers a vast array of benefits unmatched within the industry, including:
Strong leadership on a local, regional and national level
Exceptional quality of practice backed by comprehensive support services
Optimal staffing ratios and flexible scheduling options
“A” rated professional liability insurance
Extensive variety of practice settings coast-to-coast
Competitive compensation including several benefit options
Opportunities for professional development, mentoring and career advancement
Comprehensive education and training on leadership, management and clinical best practices, including a wide variety of CME programs
Colleague referral bonus program
*Benefits vary by division, clinical specialty and employment status
The name “Portales” fits this friendly university town even more today than it did when it was coined in the 1800s. The city is named for a nearby campsite where spring waters gushed from a series of caves that resembled the porches (Portales in Spanish) of a pueblo-styled home. Portales Springs was the most famous watering hole on the Old Fort Sumner Trail and hosted the Comanche, buffalo hunters, ranchers and Billy the Kid. Situated on its eastern border, Portales is New Mexico’s front porch to the east. With its roots deep in agriculture, Portales is famous for Valencia peanuts and a large local dairy industry. A variety of crops are grown including corn, sorghum, cotton, wheat and chile. Rangeland supports a large beef ranching industry as well.