Tough times don’t last, tough people do. Good decisions we make today, can chart our course tomorrow. We are hard at work addressing the harrowing situation unfolding before our very eyes-making sure our clinicians are safe, our facilities are supported, and developing a means for them to refresh their critical care fluency. This too will pass. When it does, millions of backlogged procedures will await. Today, we are looking for clinicians with the right mettle, wisdom and work ethic to help us rebuild and populate our teams to serve patients across the United States.
The Department of Anesthesia at Providence Regional Medical Center (PRMC) has an opening for a FT pediatric anesthesiologist to join its cohesive, exceptional, and innovative care team. PRMC, a Level II Trauma Center, is part of the largest healthcare provider in the state. Join the caring and supportive staff in a kid-friendly environment designed to put children and families at ease.
The ideal candidate must be Board Certified in anesthesia and have completed a fellowship in Pediatric anesthesiology. In this role you will perform pediatric cases. New grads welcome.
• W2 Employment status
• Medical/Dental/Vision/Medical Malpractice Insurance; Short- and Long-term Disability
About Providence Regional Medical Center
Providence Health & Services is the largest health care provider in Washington state. The not-for-profit network, which stretches across five states, includes hospitals, physicians, clinics, care centers, hospice and home health programs and diverse community services across Washington. It also features a unique affiliation with Swedish Health Services in Western Washington. Patient and family centered care is the cornerstone of the work they do.
• 531 Beds; Level II Trauma Center
• 26 Total ORs; Annual Case Volume=23,011; Avg. Daily Volume=63
• Affiliated with Swedish Health Services
Learn more at https://washington.providence.org/about and www.somniainc.com
Living in Everett
Everett is the county seat of and the largest city in Snohomish County, Washington. Located just 25 miles north of Seattle, it is one of the main cities in the metropolitan area and Puget Sound region.
The northwestern part of Everett overlooks the beautiful Puget Sound. For those who love the outdoors, the Snohomish County Centennial Trail provides excellent views with bike paths for die-hard or casual cyclists or those who simply want fresh air and brisk walks or runs. Nishiyama Garden is a traditional Japanese garden located at the Nippon Business Institute at Everett Community College. It features Sukiya-style wooden gates, gravel paths, stones, trees, a small stream and a portion of the famous Kintai Bridge from Iwakuni, Japan, one of Everett's sister cities.
With Vancouver, BC just a few hours by car, Everett is an ideal location for short weekend trips to Granville Island and other attractive spots in Vancouver. Whether you are into fishing, biking or bird watching, this part of the world is ideal.
Housing in Everett is affordable, with the median home prices hovering around $370,900, which is less expensive than Seattle. Everett has received recognition for student achievement, boasting a four-year graduation rate of 90 percent. Additionally, the Everett school district has the highest graduation rate for English-language learners in the state of Washington.
Traveling is easy as Everett is home to Paine Field Airport as well as Boeing’s Future of Flight Museum.