Diagnose illnesses, examine patients, order, perform, interpret diagnostic tests and obtain medical histories; prescribe and administer treatment for people suffering from injury or disease; prescribe pharmaceuticals, other medications, and treatment regimens as appropriate to assessed medical conditions; direct and coordinate the patient care activities of nursing and support staff as required; manage the patient care process, by ensuring that a comprehensive patient assessment and plan of care is completed and documented on all patients within the timeframe; manage the physician/patient relationship; consult with and advise other providers regarding optimal and cost-effective treatment of patients; participate in specified health promotion, education and/or prevention programs, as appropriate.
Hours: 40 Hours per week 12 hour shifts rotating - 7 days on 7 days off , admitting and nights available
Number of Openings: 2
Requires a Doctor in Medicine (MD) or foreign equivalent degree with US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) certification followed by two (2) years of experience in the job offered or as an Internal Medicine Physician, Internal Medicine Resident or related occupation. Requires full licensure as a physician in the state of New Mexico, and licensures in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Controlled licensing. Requires experience with inpatient care. The required skills, certifications, and experience may be gained during candidate's medical residency and/or during previous work experience.
- Full Time
- Doctoral Degree
- MD / DO - Medical Doctor
- 1-3 Years of Experience
Lovelace Health System is a six-hospital system serving the greater Albuquerque, New Mexico metropolitan area. As one of the nation’s top 15 health systems, Lovelace has experienced significant growth in recent years - adding new services, facilities and technology, while earning national recognition as some of health care’s best places to work, one of New Mexico’s family-friendly businesses, as well as one of the healthiest employers. Offering the state’s only dedicated heart hospital and only dedicated women’s hospital, Lovelace Health System is also home to the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center, which has been named one of the country’s 50 top-performing hospitals for cardiovascular services two years in a row. Lovelace Westside Hospital and Lovelace Women’s Hospital have been recognized by Quality New Mexico for Best in Class, earning the Zia Award. Lovelace Medical Center was named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of 100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs. Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital continues to earn recognition for excellence as in CARF-accredited in six programs. Consumer Reports ranked Lovelace Regional Hospital – Roswell as a Top Hospital in New Mexico for Patient Safety.
With wide open spaces and at least 310 days of sunshine a year, Albuquerque, NM is the hot air balloon capital of the world. Albuquerque boasts views of the Sandia Mountains to the east, where skiing, kayaking and hiking are prime outdoor adventures for enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. The high-desert climate makes the city an ideal year-round location for taking in a round of golf or enjoying a run. In fact, Albuquerque is known as one of the fittest cities in the nation. While residents have a variety of avenues to stay active, they also like to sit back and enjoy a rich arts culture. Albuquerque is consistently a top art destination, offering one of the country’s oldest public art programs, a flourishing performing arts scene and short road trips to top-rated art markets in Santa Fe and Taos.
A marriage of Native American foods with Spanish ingredients brought by settlers more than 500 years ago, the cuisine is what makes New Mexico unlike any other destination. They are known around the world for their abundant crop of chile, an essential ingredient in authentic Southwestern dishes. Albuquerque is a mix of old with new. You’ll find treasures like Old Town in Albuquerque where Spanish-inspired architecture house popular bakeries, cafes, wineries, cantinas and grills. It is a multi-culturally diverse community where people feel welcomed and inspired.
Whereas temperatures can climb up to 100 degrees during the peak of summer in the lower elevations, daytime highs average only in the 70s in the mountains. Most of the southern desert part of the state will only receive 10 inches or less of precipitation, while twice as much precipitation will fall in higher elevations. Relatively low humidity and more than 300 days of sun are just two more reasons residents take advantage of a variety of outdoor activities.
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