Chartering Trails in Anesthesia | University of Arizona-Tucson and Banner University Medicine
Banner - University Medical Center Tucson
Inpatient and outpatient
Banner University Medical Group (BUMG) and the University of Arizona's Department of Anesthesiology is seeking Cardiac, Critical Care, Pediatric, and General Anesthesiologists and CRNAs to provide anesthesia services to patients at Southern Arizona’s newly-built, leading Level 1 trauma center.
The ideal candidates will also collaborate with a dynamic team of Physicians, CRNA, and ACGME trainees in a modern healthcare technology setting. The ability to thrive with diverse populations, maintain curricular perspectives, employ teaching methods for medical students, residents, and fellows is valuable in this role.
Our Community Tucson is a bustling, vibrant community nestled in the blooming Sonoran Desert. Vibrant culture, entertainment, and a thriving food scene and attractive cost of living with 360+ days of year-round sunshine!
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About Banner Health
You want to help lead change in the health care field – rather than just react to it. You want to spend your time doing what you do best – caring for patients. You belong at Banner Medical Group (BMG) and Banner – University Medicine Group (BUMG).As Banner Health's employed physician group with more than 1,300 physicians and advanced practitioners across more than 65 specialties, BMG, is transforming the delivery of care. This transformation can most clearly be seen in our Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) implementation. Through PCMH, we’re organizing care around patients, working in teams and coordinating and tracking care over time. The end result is the highest quality and most efficient delivery of patient care.For physicians working in their own practices, we have two different paths to lead you to a colorful career with Banner Health.We also offer faculty positions at Banner – University Medicine Center in partnership with the University of Arizona.
Posted September 25, 2020