Physician & Advanced Provider Job Opportunities

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submit your CV directly:
Chris Seidel
Physician Recruiter
phone: (317) 962-4522

Indiana University Health
Location:
Hartford City, Indiana, 47348
Position Code:
688
Preferred Specialty:
Emergency Medicine
Would Also Consider:
Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine
Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine

IU Health Physicians - Emergency Medicine (Muncie)


Indiana University Health has an employment opportunity for a BC/BE Emergency Medicine physician to join their group located at IU Health Blackford Hospital in Hartford City, IN.

Employment opportunity details:

  • Full-time, rotating to cover 24/7 ER, usually 12 hr. shifts, 3-4 shifts/wk.
  • 90% outpatient, 10% new admit orders
  • Low volume, low acuity, rural ER
  • High acuity cases are transported to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, a level 3 trauma center, located 20 miles away
  • Paramedic ambulances are housed onsite
  • Strong compensation package with excellent benefits

Community Description

Hartford City is located in east central Indiana in Blackford County. Hartford City is about 40 miles west of Interstate 75 and 10 miles east of Interstate 69. Hartford City is very close to Ball State University in Muncie, Taylor University in Upland, Indiana Wesleyan in Marion and IVY Tech in both Marion and Muncie.

You will find Hartford City has many fine parks. Recreational facilities are plentiful. Baseball, softball, football and soccer are all available to boys and girls from T-Ball age level on.

City government is modern and efficient.

Client Description

Rewarding Physician and Advanced Provider employment opportunities await at Indiana University Health.

Indiana University Health is the largest health system in Indiana and among the top ten largest single-state nonprofi t health systems in the United States. IU Health has a unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine, one of the nation’s leading medical schools. As an academic health system, IU Health works with IUSM to train physicians, blending breakthrough research and treatments with the highest quality of patient care. Its strategic service lines, cancer, cardiovascular, neuroscience, orthopedics, pediatrics and transplant have received national recognition for quality patient care over the decades.

IU Health is comprised of hospitals, physicians and allied services dedicated to providing preeminent care throughout Indiana and beyond with significant success across multiple clinical programs resulting in national recognition:

  • Over 80% of U.S. News & World Report’s Top Doctors in Indiana practice at IU Health
  • Indiana’s only healthcare system to be nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report 20 years in a row
  • Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report, and is the only nationally ranked children’s hospital in Indiana.
  • Six hospitals are designated as Magnet® hospitals by the American Nurses Credentialing Center recognizing excellence in nursing care.
  • IU Health Transplant is the only comprehensive transplant program in Indiana and one of the nation’s largest solid-organ transplant center.
  • With more than 200 physician researchers leading the way to new treatments, IU Health Simon Cancer Center is Indiana’s only National Cancer Institute-designated patient care center.
  • Indiana University Health is the fourth largest employer in Indiana (Source: IBJ, 2016)

Indiana University Health's flagship hospitals are all preeminent, state-of-the-art hospitals with long distinguished histories. They serve as the academic health center and provide nationally recongized clinical care to patients across Indiana and beyond. 

A private, nonprofit organization, Indiana University Health owns, or is affiliated with, 15 urban, suburban and rural hospitals and health centers throughout Indiana. With close ties to the Indiana University School of Medicine, more than half of the school's physicians practice, supervise, and teach residents and fellows at one of Indiana University Health's hospitals.

Indiana University Health is designated as a Magnet® hospital system by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, recognizing excellence in nursing care at six hospitals. The designation is the gold standard for nursing excellence and the highest national honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice. Only six percent of U.S. healthcare facilities have received this designation.

With exceptional care, unmatched expertise and continued excellence, patients and families know that they're making the right choice in selecting Indiana University Health as their premier healthcare system of choice.

Healthcare System/Hospital Description

IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is a 350-bed hospital and is designated as a level 3 trauma center. It is both a teaching hospital and a regional tertiary referral center. IU Health Ball Memorial is the largest non-government employer in East Central Indiana, employing nearly 3,000 people. This not-for-profit organization boasts of a clinical staff of more than 400 physicians, representing more than 45 medical specialties.

IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital provides top-quality care and has been awarded with more than 35 top national and international awards to prove its efforts. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is the first Indiana hospital to receive NIAHO accreditation for compliance with Medicare rules, the first Indiana hospital to earn the American Heart Association Award for stroke care, and the first Indiana hospital to be awarded with ISO 9001:2000 Certification. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is also the third Indiana hospital to obtain “Baby-Friendly” designation from Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) for its commitment to infant health.

The hospital campus is home to The Edmund F. Ball Medical Education Center and includes the largest physician-teaching program in Indiana outside of Indianapolis, with three residency programs. The hospital is affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine and serves as an educational site for the first two years of medical school. The clinics provide low cost medical care for 25,000 patient visits each year.

IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.