Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Good Samaritan Medical Center is currently seeking a Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Brockton, MA Physician must be board certified in OB/GYN with a minimum of 10 years in the specialty and demonstrate competence in clinical practice, education, and planning. This position will require approximately 60% clinical duties and 40% administrative duties. Physician must be eligible to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Good Samaritan's Maternity Department is One of Only Six Hospitals in Massachusetts to achieve the prestigious Baby-Friendly Hospital designation by Baby-Frienday USA. This award has been granted to 167 hospitals in the United States and only six in Massachusetts. Our licensed Level II Special Care Nursery is staffed 24 hours a day by Brigham and Women's Newborn Care Physicians and provides sophisticated care for premature and critically ill newborns. Good Samaritan partners with the expert providers from Boston Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) to provide comprehensive care for patients who may be considered high risk. In addition, Good Samaritan Medical Center has an extensive midwifery program providing supplemental care to all patients receiving maternity care.
Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Massachusetts, is a full-service, acute care hospital with 267 beds, 17 bassinets, and 10 special care bassinets. With first-class specialists and state-of-the-art equipment including robotic surgery, the hospital provides exceptional clinical services for most health needs throughout its surrounding communities. We offer a state-of-the-art Emergency Room, expanded cardiovascular services that includes elective heart stent procedures and emergency primary angioplasty, as well as comprehensive women's health and cancer care. Good Samaritan provides world class care, close to home.
To be considered for this opportunity, please send cv to: Jacqueline Storella Network Development Steward Health Care Phone: 617-823-4703 Jacqueline.Storella@steward.org
About Steward Health Care
Steward Health Care is a fully integrated national health care services organization committed to providing the highest quality of care in the communities where our patients live. Steward owns and operates 18 community hospitals across four states, serves over 800 communities, and has more than 23,000 employees. The Steward network includes more than 25 urgent care centers, 42 preferred skilled nursing facilities, substantial behavioral health offerings, and more than 3,700 beds under management.
The innovative, community-based Steward Health Care Network includes several thousand physicians who care for approximately 2 million patients annually. Steward Medical Group, the company’s employed physician group, provides more than 1 million patient encounters per year and manages Steward Home Care and Hospice with 300,000 and 35,000 patient encounters respectively. Steward’s unique health care service delivery model leverages technology and care coordination to keep patients healthier and in the community. Steward is recognized as one of the nation’s leading accountable care organizations. Steward hospitals have received the country’s top awards for quality and safety.
The Steward Hospital Group is comprised of: Sebastian River Medical Center (Sebastian, FL), Wuesthoff Medical Center (Melbourne, FL), Wuesthoff Medical Center (Rockledge, FL), Carney Hospital (Dorchester, MA), Good Samaritan Medical Center (Brockton, MA), Holy Family Hospital (Haverhill, MA and Methuen, MA), Morton Hospital (Taunton, MA), Nashoba Valley Medical Center (Ayer, MA), New England Sinai Hospital (Stoughton, MA), Norwood Hospital (Norwood, MA), Saint Anne’s Hospital (Fall River, MA), St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center (Brighton, MA), Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital (Warren, OH), Northside Medical Center (Youngstown, OH), Trumbull Memorial Hospital (Warren, OH), Easton Hospital (Easton, PA) and Sharon Regional Health System (Sharon, PA).
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