Ascension St. Mary's Hospital - Full-Time Anesthesiologists
• Ascension St. Mary’s Hospital | Saginaw, MI
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• 268 beds
• Case mix – General, Neuro, Cardiac, Ortho, GI, Endo
• Annual cases – 9,400
• 6 ORs + 5 out-of-OR locations (GI, Cath, IR)
• Shift types 10s, 11s, 12s
• 4 anesthesiologists sharing hospital call rotation – it is anticipated that each anesthesiologist would take one full weekend of call each month, plus 4-5 additional weeknight calls, roughly 1 per week
• Call in-house | post-call off
Requirements for the Anesthesiologist
• Active state license
• Board certification
• ALS/BLS certification
Benefits for Anesthesiologist
• $572,756 | $40K sign-on bonus | $3K yearly CME reimbursement
• W2: 13 weeks PTO | 1099/PC: 39 weeks of service, 13 weeks UTO
• Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Disability
• 401(k) | Flexible spending accounts
• Medical professional liability insurance
• W2/PC (1099) options
About Ascension St. Mary’s Hospital
• Part of Ascension Health, one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S., Ascension St. Mary's Hospital is a 268-bed full-service teaching hospital with 24/7 emergency care, a Level II Trauma Center, and a TJC-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center.
• Affiliated with both the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and Central Michigan University, St. Mary’s delivers advanced surgical care for serious and life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
• A destination for specialty care, the hospital also provides a wide range of minimally invasive surgical procedures using robotic-assisted technology, imaging and lab tests, respiratory therapy, and dedicated rehabilitation centers, all on a single campus.
• Recently, Ascension launched a new justice-focused framework called ABIDE, which is built upon the hallmarks of Appreciation – Belongingness – Inclusivity – Diversity – Equity.
About Somnia Anesthesia
Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well as those who have served.