Practice Emergency Medicine with Democratic Group in Vibrant Saratoga Springs, NY.
Saratoga Emergency Physicians, P.C., seeks (BC/BP) Emergency Medicine physicians to join its well-regarded group based in Saratoga Springs, NY. This is an exceptional opportunity for emergency physicians to practice at Saratoga Hospital with an annual patient census of 40,000 visits in a spacious, 41-bed emergency department, newly-constructed, just six years ago.
Timothy Brooks, MD, FACEP, President of the Saratoga Emergency Physicians, came to Saratoga Hospital 28 years ago and saw the potential of an independent and democratic group in this area. He had attended the University of Michigan Medical School and the Wright State University Emergency Medicine residency, Dayton, Ohio. He and seven others set up the first independent Emergency Medicine practice in the region, and it is now the last independent group in the region. He feels “the outstanding relationship with the Hospital Administration, our group’s involvement with the community, our unique and collaborative relationship with the ED nursing staff, and our familiarity and collegiality with the Medical Staff” make this an outstanding and lifelong career location.
Rob Donnarumma, MD, born in Brooklyn, completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at New York Medical College and Emergency Medicine residency at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has been a member of SEP for more than two years. The 32-year-old said he loves practicing in Saratoga Springs, a great area for his young family. He thinks the “great ancillary support, dedicated nursing staff, specialty call coverage, and easy admission process with our relationship with the hospitalists,” make Saratoga a great place to work.
Todd Duthaler, DO, FACOEP, SEP Vice President, and Saratoga Hospital’s Chief Medical Informatics Officer, has been a member of the group for 16 years. “The cohesive medical staff, ever-expanding medical staff and specialty coverage, progressive administration, and active physician involvement are reasons I love to practice in Saratoga. The small town atmosphere with the vibrant, eclectic downtown with that classic Main Street feel is what brought me here,” he said. “It is nice that there is life beyond medicine, too. We have so much to offer right here, and within two hours you can be in the heart of the Adirondack or Catskill Mountains for breathtaking views, hiking, fishing, camping, snowshoeing, skiing, and climbing adventures.”
“In emergency medicine, I can’t stress the importance enough of having excellent working relationships with the hospitalists and attending doctors – especially with those getting out of training,” Barry Mitchell, MD, said. Mitchell has worked 28 years in the field, 14 of them at Saratoga Hospital with SEP. Dr. Mitchell, who also trained in Buffalo said: “Working a state-of-the-art new ER with exceptional group leadership makes this the best place to work in Upstate New York.”
Saratoga Emergency Physicians, PC, also provides physician coverage at Wilton Medical Arts. Our physician assistants and nurse practitioners cover at Malta Med Emergent Care and Adirondack Urgent Care, a new practice-owned urgent care center in Queensbury.
The compensation package for this position includes these insurances: family health, family dental, group life, group long-term disability, and individual long term disability; plus group short term disability. Other benefits include: paid time off, CME stipend of $4,000, holiday time and hours worked in excess of 180/mo. paid at time-and-a-half, shift differential of an additional hour for night shift; flexible spending account; corporate retirement plan, profit sharing and more. The corporation compensates practitioners in a variety of ways financially.
Check out our website at www.seppc.com .This democratic group seeks qualified, competent and enthusiastic new members.
This is the only locally-owned practice in the Capital-Saratoga Region.
Saratoga Springs: Our location is a destination!
Located a half hour from Albany, New York’s vibrant Capital city, close to three hours from NYC, Montreal and Boston, Saratoga Springs is a family-centered community offering lovely neighborhoods, from condos or single-family homes in the residential city, suburban or country homes, with a lively downtown with fine restaurants and specialty shops. This small city is known for world-class entertainment including thoroughbred horse racing, polo, and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), which is the summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra. The center hosts internationally known jazz, pop, rock and country musicians and is located in the Saratoga Spa State Park. The park's attractions include: The Spa Little Theater, The Saratoga Auto Museum; National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame; Lincoln Mineral Baths and Spa; Gideon Putnam Resort & Spa; and Victoria and Peerless pools. The park offers a number of options for outdoor fun. Consider cycling, golf, tennis, running, walking, fishing, swimming, snowshoeing, ice skating and x-country skiing. For the serious cyclist, many options exist for solo or weekly group rides.
A local recreation and athletics commission provides children with an array of activities. Private clubs are also available for youth and adults, with two notable offerings, the Saratoga Rowing Association and the Saratoga Winter Club, a speed skating club that has turned out a number of Olympic athletes. The city is noted throughout the travel industry as a top tourist destination. A few local favorite places to visit include the Saratoga Farmers’ Market, Spa City Farmers’ Market, and Congress Park with its historic wooden Carousel, Beekman Street Arts District and the Tang Museum of Skidmore College. Saratoga was voted the inaugural recipient of the Great American Place award by American Heritage Magazine and selected as one of Sports Illustrated’s Top 10 Sports Venues in the World. Saratoga Springs is the home of native-bred Funny Cide, winner of the 2003 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes.
The Adirondacks, Green Mountains of Vermont, The Berkshires of Massachusetts and regional parks beckon outdoor enthusiasts for year-round recreation, including skiing, hiking, climbing, camping and more. Water sports draw many to nearby Saratoga Lake, Lake George, Fish Creek, the Hudson River, and more. Boating is ever-present in the summer with quiet waters for paddling, with large lakes and rivers for motor boating. World class whitewater trips are available each spring.Golf lovers will find many offerings from public to private courses in and around Saratoga Springs.
Saratoga National Historical Park is the historic site of the Battles of Saratoga. In 1777 The Battles of Saratoga conclusively decided the fate of British General John Burgoyne's army in the American War of Independence and are generally regarded as a turning point in the war. The battles were fought eighteen days apart on the same ground, approximately 9 miles south of Saratoga Springs.
Educational opportunities abound in the Capital-Saratoga and North Country Regions with excellent public school systems. Local colleges and universities include: Skidmore College, Empire State College, both located in Saratoga Springs, and nearby Albany Medical College, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Albany Law School, Adirondack Community College, Excelsior College, Hudson Valley Community College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Schenectady County Community College, Siena College, St. Rose College, The Sage Colleges, Union College and University at Albany, State University of New York.
For more information about this or other opportunities, contact: Denise Romand, Medical Staff Recruiter/Practice Liaison, Saratoga Hospital, 211 Church Street; Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Phone: (518)583-8465. FAX: (518)580-4122 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. View our website at: www.saratogahospital.org.
Visit our communities at www.ilovesaratoga.us/; http://discoversaratoga.org/; www.iloveny.com/places-to-go/adirondacks/