Binghamton, New York
The 197-bed hospital is an acute care and surgical facility that has served the Binghamton community since 1925. Delivering more than 1,000 babies each year, the hospital is home to a newly re-designed birthing center, 11 private birthing suites and educational classes for new parents. The hospital has also earned the Blue Distinction Center+ for Maternity Care designation through the Blue Distinction Specialty Care program.
Binghamton is located in Broome County, New York, near the Pennsylvania border. It is home to 47,000 residents, with more than 250,000 in its metropolitan area.
The local economy is powered by technology, defense manufacturing, health care, education, insurance and retail.
Binghamton is served by several major highways, B.C. Transit bus service, the Greater Binghamton Airport and the Tri-Cities Airport.
Arts and Entertainment
Binghamton has a growing arts and cultural scene, which includes downtown art galleries and shops, the First Friday Art Walk, the Binghamton Philharmonic, the Tri-Cities Opera and the Cider Mill Playhouse.
Other popular local attractions include the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park, the Roberson Museum and Science Center, the Kopernik Observatory & Science Center, the area’s six antique carousels and the Cutler Botanic Garden.
Binghamton is home to the Eastern League’s Binghamton Rumble Ponies baseball team (an AA affiliate of the New York Mets), two semi-professional football teams, the Binghamton Devils professional ice hockey team and Binghamton University Division I college sports.
Residents and visitors enjoy plenty of outdoor activities, thanks to the area’s Binghamton River Trail, Confluence Park and 420-acre Greenwood Park.
The city hosts a variety of events annually, such as the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Blues on the Bridge, Columbus Day Parade, Italian Festival, July Fest, St. Mary of the Assumption Bazaar and the I Love New York Festival.
The city is served by the Binghamton City School District as well as the Catholic Schools of Broome County private district.
Nearby institutions of higher education include Binghamton University, SUNY Broome, Davis College, and satellite campuses of State University of New York Upstate Medical University, the Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute, and Empire State College.
Ob Hospitalist Group is currently seeking an OB/GYN hospitalist who will also serve as Site Director for this location. This position offers outstanding compensation, full benefits, flexibility to create your own work schedule and paid medical malpractice coverage with tail.
As part of the OBHG clinical leadership team, a Site Director embraces a threefold focus on clinical operations: (1) Program operations to ensure quality care is delivered, (2) Building and maintaining relationships as part of a spirit of service to others, and (3) Financial stewardship to ensure the longevity of the program. This position reports to a Medical Director of Operations and will collaborate with the MDO to ensure the clinical team is delivering a quality program that achieves both OBHG and the hospital clinical and operational objectives.
The Site Director is expected to work at least five hospitalist shifts each 28 day period during their employment, and travel to the hospital as needed to address hospital and hospitalist operational priorities. This travel will include dates when the Site Director is not working a clinical shift.
Please contact your personal Senior Clinical Recruiter, Liz Selfridge or call her directly at 864.908.3829 for more information about this opportunity.
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Job listings in Binghamton, New York
OB/GYN HospitalistsRecruiter: Liz Selfridge
Location: Binghamton, New York
Hospital Code: OLOLMH-BinNY
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