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Maternal Fetal Med Opportunity in Northeast Tennessee

James H. Quillen College of Medicine and Johnson City Medical Center need a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist to join 2 perinatologists, 4 neonatologists and in a Level III Nursery. Resident/student interaction offered plus long-term financial stability.

Quillen College of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, East Tennessee State University is searching for a maternal/fetal medicine specialist to join our practice in the Tri-Cities area. This is a clinical track faculty position with competitive salary, excellent fringe benefits, and long-term financial stability, contingent upon outside funding. The medical/legal climate is stable. Competitive applicants will be well-balanced individuals with interest in resident/student education, research, and a strong commitment to the highest quality of patient care. ETSU is located in an area prized for outdoor activities. In Northeast Tennessee we enjoy the four seasons, excellent schools, abundant recreation and entertainment including the symphony, performing arts, storytelling and bluegrass music. Our referral base exceeds 1.3 million. Essential Functions: patient care, student and resident teaching, research, maternal/fetal medicine, in-house call.

Community, Facility and Organization
Johnson City Medical Center, is a 550-bed, tertiary facility. It is part of the Mountain States Health Alliance, a 15-facility system and the largest in Northeast Tennessee with programs reaching into Virginia and North Carolina. Johnson City Medical Center is a major medical referral center with Level I Trauma care and the region's only dedicated emergency medical air transport service.
A full range of specialty and subspecialty care services and some of the most advanced diagnostic and surgical techniques are available here.
We provide private patient rooms and have separate specialized units for newborn, pediatric, medical and surgical intesive care.
Additionally, the system is affiliated with a larger network of providers in Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia and Western North Carolina called the Mountain States Healthcare Network. This 50+ institution network has created multiple opportunities within a 3 state region. JCMC is the primary host teaching facility for the James H. Quillen College of Medicine with residency programs in all primary care specialties and numerous sub-specialties. Mountains of Opportunity await you with... *Lakes, rivers, hiking, camping, snow and water skiing *Cultural activities from local festivals and local entertainment, to touring performances, to nationally acclaimed events such as the Storytelling Festival *Award-winning public primary, secondary, and university-level educational system *Diverse community activities *Solid industrial base with rapidly expanding retail sector and low unemployment, low crime
Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA), formed in 1998, is the largest health care system in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. We have a variety of practice opportunities for all specialties. Our approximately 9,000 team members, associated physicians and volunteers bring loving care to health care every day in each of our facilities Our family of hospitals include: -Dickenson Community Hospital -Franklin Woods Community Hospital -Indian Path Medical Center -Johnson City Medical Center -Johnson County Community Hospital -Johnston Memorial Hospital -Niswonger Childrens Hospital -Norton Community Hospital -Russell County Medical Center -Smyth County Community Hospital -Sycamore Shoals Hospital -Woodridge Hospital In addition to our hospitals, MSHAs integrated healthcare delivery system includes 21 primary/preventive care centers and numerous outpatient care sites, including First Assist Urgent Care, MedWorks, and Same Day Surgery.