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As health care continues to evolve, we are looking for doctors who wish to grow with us both personally and professionally. We hope you will see that you belong with AdventHealth (formerly Florida Hospital) in the same way that hundreds of other physicians have in recent years. These doctors have helped continue to shape AdventHealth (formerly Florida Hospital) to what we are today, and they stay because they truly make a difference here.

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Location: Altamonte Springs, FL - Specialty: Physical Medicine and Rehab, Pain Management

AdventHealth Medical Group Spine Health at Altamonte Springs is looking for a dynamic and team-oriented Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician to join our established destination program.  This position is for a PM&R trained physician to help build and grow the practice in new markets around the Orlando area.  This opportunity is focused on growing 1-2 satellite offices, all within a 15-30 minute drive from our main office located in Altamonte Springs, Florida. The new physician will have the ability to shape his/her practice based on subspecialty interests. 

With the leadership of the medical director, Dr. Chetan Patel, this physician will have the opportunity to provide the best care and treatment options for patients with neck and back pain.  We have full multidisciplinary services at AHMG Spine Health that include rehab and sports medicine, wellness, psychology, pain medicine, procedures, and outcomes based research.  The position would be based in an outpatient setting for patient consultations and injections.  An ideal candidate would be able to perform EMG’s. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred but not required.

Physicians with an academic interest would find this position appealing as Dr. Patel is actively engaged in multiple FDA and European clinical trials and continues to serve as a faculty member for multiple spine societies.  He is the Robotics and Navigation Section chairman for the North American Society.  At AHMG Spine Health at Altamonte Springs, he has helped establish a comprehensive research database on operative and non-operative treatment of spine patients with the goal of reporting outcomes based on evidence based spinal treatment and refining clinical algorithms.   The new physician would have the opportunity to teach, participate in our research database and author multiple publications. 

Our philosophy is to offer a fully coordinated, comprehensive whole-person approach to neck and back pain, including advanced diagnostic services as well as non-surgical care options, interventional and surgical treatments. 

Requirements of the position include: 

  • ACGME fellowship training in Pain Medicine.
  • Active Board Certification/Eligibility in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation along with board certification/eligibility in Pain Medicine.

Working within a faith-based institution with the mission “To extend the healing ministry of Christ”, full support from hospital and practice administration, and strong multidisciplinary team members within the Spine Health Institute practicing evidence based medicine make this an extremely enticing opportunity.

Physician Assistant, Pediatric: Cardiology
Orlando, FL

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Physician Assistant, Pediatric: Cardiology

ADVENTHEALTH MEDICAL GROUP PEDIATRIC AND ADULT CONGENITAL CARDIOLOGY AT ORLANDO

CONGENITAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY PROGRAM

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, APRN or Physician Assistant, PA-C

 Full Time Opportunity at AdventHealth for Children- Orlando, FL

AHMG Pediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiology formerly known as Pediatric Cardiology Consultants is seeking a Family or Pediatric APRN or PA-C to join a growing practice. The role involves direct care for cardiac arrhythmia disorders in infants, children, teenagers, and adults with congenital heart disease. The APP would work in outpatient and inpatient settings. Also, he/she would have a role in the EP laboratory during EP procedures.  The position involves collaboration between pediatric cardiology teams, neonatal ICU, pediatric ICU, and inpatient cardiology. All services would be under the supervision of the staff pediatric electrophysiologist.

General Summary:

The APRN or PA, under the supervision of the Physician(s), who acts as the collaborative practitioner(s), is responsible for:

  • Performs physical examinations of patients; evaluation and treatment of adult and pediatric electrophysiology patients in the clinic and hospital setting
  • Orders and interprets appropriate diagnostic tests, such as laboratory, X-ray, etc.
  • Assist Physician with hospital/Lab procedures as needed
  • Assist patient and family with pre- and post-procedural education
  • Monitors the patient’s course of treatment and makes appropriate referral to either a physician or specialist, as needed
  • Collaborates with physician and staff as necessary to provide consistent care to patients and support to staff
  • Displays a caring and professional attitude at all time as well as maintaining personal and professional growth
  • Research and database maintenance

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, patients, parents and hospital medical staff
  • Desire to become part of a multi-disciplinary pediatric cardiology program
  • Some evening and weekend on-call/rounding will be required

Required Education/Experience:

  • Master’s degree in Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Studies from an accredited College or University
  • Applicants with experience in Adult and Pediatric congenital cardiology and/or Electrophysiology will be given stronger consideration

Licensure, Certification, and Registration:

  • Current, valid Florida APRN or PA-C license (or eligible)
  • Certification through AANP, ANCC or NCCPA

Physician Assistant, Pulmonary Critical Care
Orlando, FL

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Physician Assistant, Pulmonary Critical Care

Cardiovascular Critical Care Physician Assistant (PA-C)

Critical Care Hospitalists at Central Florida

AdventHealth Orlando

SUMMARY:   Serves as a member of the cardiovascular critical care team by assisting in management of critically ill patients in the hospital.  Applies specialized skills and knowledge related to CCU and CVICU settings in which they practice.  Contributes to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, consulting and provides leadership to the organization. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provides direct clinical services for critically ill adult patients with cardiac or multi-system failure, within institutional guidelines and utilizing evidence-based clinical practice standards under the supervision of the patient’s physician.
  • Obtains patient health histories and complete physical examinations and documents findings in accordance with hospital requirements.
  • Orders and interprets appropriate diagnostic and laboratory tests, explaining the necessity, preparation, nature and anticipated effects of procedure(s) to patients, patient's family, staff and healthcare learners.
  • Performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation and external cardiac massage; airway management including bag and mask ventilation, endotracheal intubation and extubation, repositioning endotracheal tubes; directing administration of life supporting drugs according to established protocols; and defibrillation according to Advanced Cardiac Life Support standards.
  • Under physician direction and within the credentialing standards of the Hospital, inserts and manages arterial catheters, central venous catheters, pulmonary artery catheters, temporary pacemakers, and other procedures commensurate with an ICU environment.
  • Interfaces patients with monitoring and instrumentation equipment, and directs and educates others in performing the same functions.
  • Formulates and implements a treatment plan for acute illness management in collaboration with the designated primary supervising physician and/or attending back-up physician(s) and documents in medical records and appropriate narrative summaries.
  • Assesses patients for changes in status and institutes appropriate interventions, including initiation of necessary emergency interventions to stabilize patient.
  • Provides family-centered care by communicating with the family regarding the changing health care needs of their family member.
  • Utilizes current research and evidence-based decision-making in all clinical practice.
  • Participates and assists with the pre-, peri-, and postoperative management of the cardiac transplant, ventricular assist device, and ECMO patient in the OR and ICU’s.
  • Performs and participates in quality/performance improvement activities and clinical research.
  • Participates in and supports accreditation, compliance, and regulatory activities of the organization.
  • Demonstrates responsibility for professional practice through active participation in professional organizations and continuing education.

Benefits of the Organization:

  • Competitive compensation 
  • Structured bonus
  • Relocation allowance 
  • Competitive benefits package

Qualifications:

  • Board Certification as Physician Assistant;
  • Current Advanced Cardiac Life Support certificate.
  • Required: 1-2 years’ experience as a PA-C in one of the following: Cardiac Surgery, Cardiac ICU or Cardiovascular ICU

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Physician Assistant, Pulmonary Critical Care

AdventHealth Medical Group Critical Care at Central Florida

AdventHealth Orlando

Physician Assistant, PA-C or Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, ACNP

SUMMARY:   Serves as a member of the critical care team by assisting in management of critically ill patients in the hospital.  Applies specialized skills and knowledge related to ICU settings to contribute to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, consulting and provides leadership to the organization. 

General Summary: The APRN or PA-C, under the supervision of the Physician who acts as the collaborative practitioner, is responsible for:

  • direct clinical services for critically ill adult patients with multi-system failure, within institutional guidelines and utilizing evidence-based clinical practice standards
  • Obtains patient health histories, physical examinations, and documents findings
  • Orders and interprets appropriate diagnostic and laboratory tests, explaining the necessity, preparation, nature and anticipated effects of procedure(s) to patients, patient's family, staff and healthcare learners.
  • Performs CPR and external cardiac massage; airway management including bag and mask ventilation, endotracheal intubation and extubation, repositioning endotracheal tubes; directing administration of life supporting drugs according to established protocols; and defibrillation according to ACLS Support standards.
  • inserts and manages arterial catheters, central venous catheters, pulmonary artery catheters, temporary pacemakers, and other procedures commensurate with an ICU environment.
  • Interfaces patients with monitoring and instrumentation equipment and directs and educates others in performing the same functions.
  • Formulates and implements a treatment plan for acute illness management
  • Assesses patients for changes in status and institutes appropriate interventions, including initiation of necessary emergency interventions to stabilize patient.
  • Provides family-centered care by communicating with the family regarding the changing health care needs of their family member.
  • Participates and assists with the pre-, peri-, and postoperative management of the patients admitted to the ICU
  • Performs and participates in quality/performance improvement activities and clinical research. 
  • Ability to provide in-hospital coverage on a rotating shift basis.  The shifts may include days, mid, evenings, and nights.

Training to Include:

  1. Credentialed, or in training for, the following procedure skills:
    1. Arterial line insertion
    2. Central line insertion
    3. Pulmonary artery catheter insertion
    4. Airway management

+Standards for initial training, proctoring, and annual competency requirements are found in the AdventHealth Standards for Procedure Training.

  1. Completion of the AdventHealth Hemodynamic and Procedure Training program and attainment of a passing score 80% on the post-test.
  2. Fundamentals in Critical Care Support Course.  Sponsored by The Society of Critical Care Medicine.  Strongly recommended

Requirements:

  • Masters Degree in Nursing (Acute Care Certified) or Physician Assistant (PA) Studies
  • Current, valid Florida APRN or PA-C Licensure
  • Current ACLS and BLS certification
  • Previous experience in the ICU (Preferred)<

Physician Assistant, Pulmonary Critical Care
Altamonte Springs, FL

Location: Altamonte Springs, FL - Specialty: Physician Assistant, Pulmonary Critical Care

AdventHealth Medical Group Critical Care at Central Florida

AdventHealth Altamonte Springs

Physician Assistant, PA-C or Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, ACNP

SUMMARY:   Serves as a member of the critical care team by assisting in management of critically ill patients in the hospital.  Applies specialized skills and knowledge related to ICU settings to contribute to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, consulting and provides leadership to the organization. 

General Summary: The APRN or PA-C, under the supervision of the Physician who acts as the collaborative practitioner, is responsible for:

  • Direct clinical services for critically ill adult patients with multi-system failure, within institutional guidelines and utilizing evidence-based clinical practice standards
  • Obtains patient health histories, physical examinations, and documents findings
  • Orders and interprets appropriate diagnostic and laboratory tests, explaining the necessity, preparation, nature and anticipated effects of procedure(s) to patients, patient's family, staff and healthcare learners
  • Performs CPR and external cardiac massage; airway management including bag and mask ventilation, endotracheal intubation and extubation, repositioning endotracheal tubes; directing administration of life supporting drugs according to established protocols; and defibrillation according to ACLS Support standards
  • inserts and manages arterial catheters, central venous catheters, pulmonary artery catheters, temporary pacemakers, and other procedures commensurate with an ICU environment.
  • Interfaces patients with monitoring and instrumentation equipment and directs and educates others in performing the same functions
  • Formulates and implements a treatment plan for acute illness management
  • Assesses patients for changes in status and institutes appropriate interventions, including initiation of necessary emergency interventions to stabilize patient
  • Provides family-centered care by communicating with the family regarding the changing health care needs of their family member
  • Participates and assists with the pre-, peri-, and postoperative management of the patients admitted to the ICU
  • Performs and participates in quality/performance improvement activities and clinical research. 
  • Ability to provide in-hospital coverage on a rotating shift basis.  The shifts may include days, mid, evenings, and nights
  • May include East and Winter Park Rotations

Training to Include:

  1. Credentialed, or in training for, the following procedure skills:
    1. Arterial line insertion
    2. Central line insertion
    3. Pulmonary artery catheter insertion
    4. Airway management

+Standards for initial training, proctoring, and annual competency requirements are found in the AdventHealth Standards for Procedure Training.

  1. Completion of the AdventHealth Hemodynamic and Procedure Training program and attainment of a passing score 80% on the post-test.
  2. Fundamentals in Critical Care Support Course.  Sponsored by The Society of Critical Care Medicine.  Strongly recommended

Requirements:

  • Masters Degree in Nursing (Acute Care Certified) or Physician Assistant (PA) Studies
  • Current, valid Florida APRN or PA-C Licensure
  • Current ACLS and BLS certification<

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Physician Assistant, Surgical: General

AdventHealth Medical Group (AHMG) neighborhood-based practices are located throughout Central Florida in convenient and easily accessible locations in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. From primary care to robotic surgery and ground-breaking cancer treatment, AHMG doctors and staff provide treatment and care for our patients at their practices and at AdventHealth’s eight campuses in Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Celebration, East Orlando, Kissimmee, Orlando, Winter Park and in Tavares at AdventHealth Waterman.

AdventHealth Medical Group Radiology at Central Florida- Physician Assistant

Full Time Opportunity in Central Florida

AdventHealth Medical Group Radiology at Central Florida is looking for a certified Physician Assistant to join the largest sub-specialized radiology practice in the nation with 128 radiologists. The Physician Assistant will be working with Neuro Radiologist and Interventional Radiologist in the Central Florida area to provide quality care to our patients.

General Summary:

The PA, under the supervision of the Physician(s) who acts as the collaborative practitioner(s), is responsible for:

  • Performing physical examinations of patient’s evaluation and treatment of radiology patients in the outpatient and inpatient settings
  • Orders appropriate diagnostic tests
  • Monitors the patient’s course of treatment and makes appropriate referral to either a physician or specialist, as needed
  • Collaborates with physician supervisor and staff, as necessary to provide consistent care to patients and support to staff
  • Displays a caring and professional attitude at all time as well as maintaining personal and professional growth
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, patients, and the public
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong medical decision-making skills are a must
  • PA will see a mixture of pediatric and adult patients
  • Must be able to work evening and weekend hours as needed by the practice as night and weekend on-call responsibilities may be required
  • The PA would spend one week in LP Clinic and one week in IR Clinic
    • LP clinic (lumbar puncture): inpatient at Orlando
    • IR Clinic pre and post op care, possible rounding but no procedures in IR lab
  • Possibility of coverage in Kissimmee and Celebration
  • Potential one weekend per month call required

Required Education and Experience:

  • Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies 

Preferred Education/Experience

  • Past direct procedural experience a plus

Licensure, Certification, and Registration:

  • Current, valid Florida PA license
  • NCCPA certification is required
  • BLS and ACLS required

Physician Assistant, Surgical: Vascular
Orlando, FL

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Physician Assistant, Surgical: Vascular

Physician Assistant, PA-C – Vascular Surgery

AdventHealth Medical Group Vascular Surgery at Orlando

General Summary:

The PA-C, under the supervision of the Physician, who acts as the collaborative practitioner, is responsible for:

  • Performing physical examinations of Peripheral and Vascular Surgery patients in the hospital setting including, but not limited to: new patient consults, pre; intra and post-operative
  • Assists surgeons in the Operating Room, Case examples: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, arterial reconstruction, Carotid Artery Aneurysms, Endovascular Surgery, Open Surgery etc…
  • Enables continuity of care by managing patient care in pre-, intra- and post-operative settings
  • Orders and interprets appropriate diagnostic tests, such as routine laboratory, X-ray, Ultrasound etc
  • Monitors the patient’s course of treatment and makes appropriate referral to either a physician or specialist, as needed
  • Collaborates with physician and staff as necessary to provide consistent care to patients and support to staff
  • Displays a caring and professional attitude at all time as well as maintaining personal and professional growth
  • Candidate must be able to pass a third party background check and pre-employment drug screen
  • Hospitals covered: Primary campus will be AdventHealth Orlando and some rounding completed at AdventHealth Altamonte Springs
  • Call rotation: Every third day and every third weekend

Knowledge and Skills Required:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, patients, and the public.
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to work variable, flexible shifts as some evening and/or weekend hours may be required

Community and Benefit Highlights

  • Practice and Hospital located within the “City Beautiful” aka Orlando and just minutes away from Downtown Orlando. 
  • Very close proximity to other gorgeous cities:  Winter Park, College Park, Baldwin Park, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Longwood.
  • Easy commute to nearby beaches and local theme parks such as Disney and Universal Studios among many more
  • Competitive Salary, Comprehensive Benefits, Extremely low-cost health care premiums for single or family plans
  • Relocation Assistance

Required Education/Experience:

  • Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies

Preferred Experience:

  • Previous vascular surgery or OR first-assist experience

Licensure, Certification, and Registration:

  • Current, valid Florida Physician Assistant license
  • NCCPA Certification required

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Psychologist, Pediatric

AdventHealth Medical Group formerly known as Florida Hospital Medical Group is associated with the largest Protestant not-for-profit healthcare system in the world, AdventHealth and a national leader in quality, safety and patient satisfaction.  AHMG’s advanced practice providers manage the treatment and care for our patients in the practice setting, as well as at AdventHealth’s eight campuses in Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Celebration, East Orlando, Kissimmee, Orlando, Winter Park and AdventHealth Waterman in Tavares.

Pediatric Developmental Psychologist

Full Time Position

AdventHealth Medical Group Developmental Pediatrics at Orlando

The Licensed Psychologist will work in a collaborative multidisciplinary team with physicians and advanced practice providers in determining patient’s comprehensive plan of care. The Licensed Psychologist will identify psychological, emotional, or behavioral issues and diagnose disorders, using information obtained from interviews, tests, records, and reference materials. The Licensed Psychologist has the knowledge and ability to work with pediatric patients from birth to 18-21 years of age and their families.

General Summary:  The developmental Psychologist is responsible for but not limited to:

  • Perform diagnostic tests for new patients, additional testing for already established patients
  • Ability to perform Mullen, WISC V, WPPSI, TONI, Bayley, Kaufmann Assessment, CARS-2, and ADOS-2 Testing
  • Interview patients and families, perform diagnostic testing
  • Provide diagnosis based on assessments, testing and evaluation
  • Develop and recommend treatment plans based on patient needs and diagnosis
  • Completes all necessary clinical documentation in an accurate and timely manner
  • Plans and provides care within the framework of policies, unit guidelines and privileges.
  • Collaborates with all members of the healthcare team including family to provide preeminent care.
  • Communicates report in an efficient and complete manner. 

Required Education, Certification and Experience:

  • Doctorate Degree in Psychology or Ph.D.
  • Masters of Ed.S Degree in School Psychology
  • Active, valid Florida License in Psychology

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience as a school psychologist (Preferred)
  • Psychologist experienced in pediatrics with familiarity with the testing listed above (Preferred)
  • Bi-lingual or fluent in Spanish (Preferred)

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care

AdventHealth Orlando, formerly Florida Hospital, is establishing an Advanced Lung Disease Institute and is looking for a dynamic and experienced leader to help develop our subspecialty programs.   The new medical director would have the ability to focus clinically on his/her area of expertise (ILD, lung transplant, COPD, CF, PH or CTEPH) while shaping various facets of the program. 

Responsibilities would include the following: leading the clinical quality for ALD care including quality metrics and quality assurance teams; active participation in regional, national, and international ALD meetings and conferences; education of residents and staff; community outreach; and program development.  The medical director would also be involved with building a core team of physicians working to improve the breadth and intensity of ALD services within our system of nine Central Florida hospital locations and eventually within our statewide hospitals.  Long term, we are also looking for leadership development for fellowship programs in Pulmonary and ALD. 

We are making major investments in our lung and heart failure programs, with 16 lung transplants completed in 2018, along with the highest thoracic transplant rates and the shortest wait times in the country.  We also performed 55 heart transplants and 68 VAD’s in 2018 with over 125 ECMO deployments.  Our program goals are to reach 80-100 lung transplants per year and approximately 200+ durable heart replacements.   We also have an active CTEPH program and pulmonary thrombo endartectomy program with approximately 8 performed in 2018. 

Overall dedicated time to the administrative portion of this role will fall between 20-40% depending on the needs of the program. 

Requirements for ALD Medical Director:

  • Fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
  • Board certification through ABMS or AOA in Pulmonology
  • Ideal candidate would have at least five years of experience post fellowship and demonstrated experience in a leadership role within an associated ALD program
  • Demonstrated excellence in clinical research

The ability to build and shape a program, develop and work within a multi-disciplinary team, a competitive salary and benefits structure, the chance to maintain an academic standing through research and teaching, and living in beautiful, sunny Orlando are just some of the attractive aspects of this opportunity.

Location: Orlando, FL - Specialty: Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care

AdventHealth Orlando is establishing an Advanced Lung Disease Institute and is looking for an experienced leader to help develop our subspecialty program in Interstitial Lung Disease.  

Responsibilities would include the following: leading the clinical quality for ILD care including quality metrics and quality assurance teams; active participation in regional, national, and international ILD meetings and conferences; education of residents and staff; community outreach and marketing; and program development including the creation of a multidisciplinary team in support of the program.  The physician leader would also be involved with building a core team of physicians working to improve the ILD services within our system of nine Central Florida hospital locations and eventually within our statewide hospitals.  Overall dedicated time to the administrative portion of this role will fall between 20-40%.

Requirements for ILD Medical Director:

  • Fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
  • Board certification through ABMS or AOA in Pulmonology
  • Ideal candidate would have at least five years of experience post fellowship and demonstrated experience in a leadership role in an ILD program
  • Demonstrated excellence in clinical research
  • Strong collaborative, strategic and communication skills
  • The ability to build and shape a program
  • The ability to develop and work within a multi-disciplinary team

A competitive salary and benefits structure, the chance to maintain an academic standing through research and teaching, and living in beautiful, sunny Orlando are just some of the attractive aspects of this opportunity.

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