Envision Physician Services (www.envisionphysicianservices.com) is a multispecialty group providing hospital medicine, emergency medicine, anesthesia, radiology, surgical services, and women’s and children’s health services. We have more than 160 hospital medicine contracts in 22 states and treat more than 1 million inpatients a year through our three flexible service models: traditional, door-to-discharge and CompleteCare.
We are a clinician-centric, physician-led company at local, regional and national levels. We encourage, develop and recognize our clinical leaders, and we help physicians and advance practice providers focus on medicine, not its administrative burden. We invest in our clinicians, providing them with the tools, resources and technologies they need to deliver high-quality patient care, including quality and performance reporting, operational support, risk management resources, and flexible scheduling. We also invest in the process improvement resources necessary for our clinicians to make meaningful improvements in their departments and at their facilities.
Envision Physician Services serves more than 900 healthcare facilities in 48 states. Our collective experience from hundreds of local, customized engagements, culture of continuous lean process improvement, and team of experts in the business of healthcare enable us to better solve complex problems and consistently give healthcare organizations confidence in our group’s execution.
Delivering improved patient care depends on successful collaboration. We invest in and support meaningful cooperation across the continuum of care. Our regional support centers provide the framework for this open communication. We provide insight into all corporate goals and initiatives and look to all physicians to provide thought leadership on how to achieve these targets. Our physicians are experts, and we value their perspective on how their clinical departments could operate more smoothly or accomplish better outcomes. In these ways, we push ourselves to go beyond standard, to raise and exceed expectations every day in all that we do.
With clients across the country, Envision Physician Services is built for your career— wherever it takes you. Whether it’s a position as a hospitalist, a nocturnist, a SNFist, pediatric hospitalist or other inpatient specialty, you’ll find an opportunity that fits your needs and goals at any stage of your career.
EmployerEnvision Physician Services
PostedFriday, April 27, 2018
Approximate SalaryNot Specified
We are seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible IM/FP physician. Must be comfortable managing ICU patients; pulmonologist available for ICU consults. Hospitalists run codes. No procedures required.Facility InformationBayshore Medical Center is a 345-bed facility delivering comfort, convenience, and expertise to patients east of Houston. It is the only hospital in Pasadena to receive both a Cycle II chest pain accreditation by the Society of Chest Pain Centers and full accreditation by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. There is a daily census of 18-20 per physician. Bayshore also has 4 physicians during the day (7a-7p)and 1 in-house at nights (7p-7a). There is also 1 NP on during the day (7a-7p; block schedule).
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