Somnia, a national anesthesia practice management company, is seeking per diem anesthesiologist to join its team at St. Barnabas Hospital, a fast-paced 461-bed acute care community hospital and Level I Trauma Center located in the Bronx, NY. Established in 1866, St. Barnabas has a rich history of serving a diverse patient population. The hospital is part of the St. Barnabas Health Care Network, a community-based health care system serving individuals and families in the Bronx and surrounding neighborhoods. The hospital has state-designated centers for stroke and AIDS care. Our anesthesia care team model consists of anesthesiologists and CRNAs working together in a highly collaborative environment. The hospital’s eight state-of-the-art operating suites provide care for more than 8,000 general, urological, gynecological, vascular, pediatric and neurosurgical patients. St. Barnabas also has two endoscopy rooms with case volume of 2,500 procedures a year. Pediatric cases range from complex traumas to routine cases such as tubes and tonsils (ENT). Cardiac surgery is not offered at the hospital. A high-risk obstetrical service is responsible for more than 1,150 live births each year, 60% of them involving epidurals. St. Barnabas Hospital recently completed major renovation and construction projects, adding a spacious hospital lobby, full-service ambulatory surgery center, state-of-the-art operating suite, inpatient short-term hospice unit and attractive gateways to the garden-like campus.
A comprehensive benefits package is available. Somnia offers employee (W2)
St. Barnabas Hospital is located around the corner from the world renowned Arthur Avenue, which features outstanding Italian restaurants and food markets. The Bronx Zoo and New York Botanical Garden are nearby and it is just a short ride to Yankee Stadium and Manhattan. New York City offers unparalleled cultural opportunities, and it is a short drive to beaches, golf courses and other recreational activities in the nearby suburbs Medmal - Milmick or anything not a risk retention group
• Board-certified or board-eligible
• Active New York State license
• Strong regional skills are preferred
• Experience with pediatric and adult trauma, including resuscitative medicine on blunt and penetrating trauma, is a plus.
• Candidates must be comfortable with both adult and pediatric cases.
Ideal candidates will have the utmost confidence in their skills and be able to practice independently in a very busy operating room that caters to the critically injured and those with serious coexisting diseases and undergoing routine or complex surgeries.