Rothman Ortho- Immediate Opening, Trauma Surgeon

Philadelphia, PA

Inpatient and outpatient

Jefferson Frankford Hospital

Rothman Orthopaedics

The Rothman Orthopaedic Institute is seeking a dynamic Orthopaedic Trauma surgeon to join our team. The practice setting is at Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital in Northeast Philadelphia. Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital is a designated Level II Trauma Center, accredited by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation (PTSF), offering trauma care to the Philadelphia community and surrounding area.

The Orthopaedic Trauma Team at Rothman Orthopaedic Institute is exclusively devoted to the care of the orthopaedic trauma patient. Our orthopaedic trauma experts are supported by a team of subspecialists from all fields of orthopaedics. Interested in joining the Trauma team?

The ideal candidate must be a licensed MD or DO. This position is immediately available, but also open to current fellows.

About Rothman Orthopaedics

By nearly any measure, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute is a world leader in the field of orthopaedics. Year after year, we have been ranked among the nation’s best in orthopaedic providers and the best in Greater Philadelphia, according to U.S. News & World Report. Our “Top Docs” are repeatedly ranked by Castle Connolly for providing superior and affordable orthopaedic care to patients, both locally and nationally.

However, it’s not the size of our staff, the number of offices, or even our surgical volumes of which we are most proud. Instead, we base our success on two things: are we improving our patients’ lives and are they satisfied with our service and care. Achieving these goals requires an unwavering commitment to quality.

As the healthcare industry continues its move from a volume-based system to one based on value, Rothman Orthopaedics has established and maintained a leadership position. For years, we have collected, studied and published our outcomes. We invest millions of dollars per year into our research enterprise, and we continuously ask our patients how we are performing and whether they are satisfied with the care they receive.

The days where we measured quality by “gut feelings” are over. Today, we use data to objectively measure everything from post-surgical infections to patient satisfaction. This collection of facts allows us to identify problems early, make corrections and improve care. Our data-centric approach has been and will continue to be a top priority for our practice.

Posted March 4, 2021