A hospital in California is seeking a Urology Physician to provide quality patient care for a Locum Tenens assignment.
- Dates: July 5th - July 12th
- August 9th - August 16th
- September 9th - September 13th
- November 22nd - November 29th
- December 27th - January 3rd
- Schedule: 7:00 AM - 7:00 AM
- ED call and inpatient consults. Meet with PA's in the morning, then round. Usually done by 10am. Dr. Ambati may ask them to assist with a surgery on Monday afternoon or Thursday.
- Setting: Inpatient
- Call: 24 hour for the assignment
- Volume: Varies - called in for emergent trauma involving GU. Typically they are intra-operative requests from the trauma surgeon, so there will always be help on the cases
- Patient Ages: Adults
- Procedures: Kidney/ureteral stones, scrotal abscess drains, cystoscopy and resection of bladder tumors, catheter placement. May be asked to assist with transurethral resection of prostate, prostate biopsies, and occasional nephrectomies
- Cases: Typical cases include kidney/ ureteral stone management, scrotal abscess incision and drainage, cystoscopy and resection of bladder tumors, difficult catheter placement, and Dr. Ambati does transurethral resection of prostate, prostate biopsies, and occasional nephrectomies, which he may ask for assistance on. Typically general surgery assists him with the nephrectomies, though. They should be prepared for the general urology cases typically seen.
- Support Staff: 2 PA's are there from 730am - 5pm. One of them is always the first call during those hours, and the on call urologist is only on call for something they cant handle. Trauma PA coverage at night is the first called for the shift, same scenario
- EMR/Charting: Epic
- Boards: Board Certified
- Certifications: BLS; DEA
- Fast credentialing;
- Flexible schedule;
- High earning potential
We take care of your malpractice insurance and pay on a Weekly basis.
Job ID: JN -052021-24670