Job Description & Requirements
Immediate Emergency Medicine services for the troops and their families in North Carolina
The Army is in need of a qualified and committed Emergency Medicine Physician at Fort Bragg, NC. The providers must be board certified and residency trained in emergency medicine,. The provider can work only under a North Carolina state license. The doctor must be willing to obtain a current BLS, ACLS and DEA. .The coverage required on this need is for 24/7 coverage, and has 9 and 12 hour shifts available, both day, mid's, and overnights.This facility is a level 2 trauma center, and averages 34-37k of patients per fiscal year. The government requires that all doctors work at least 4-5 shifts per month and with a blocked schedule for those shifts.