Arnot Ogden is looking for a Maternal Fetal Medicine locum to start in August for specific dates of coverage. Ongoing dates will be needed.
8/14/22 AM through 8/28/22 PM
• 24 hour call
• 2-3 beds
• 1 current physician in practice
• Locum responsible for supervising other providers
• Midwives and Hospitalists for support staff
• 100% high risk deliveries
• 30% C-sections
• 0-3 admissions per day
• Level III nursery
• EMR: Quadramed
• Fellowship required
*1-2 week credentialing timeframe*
Board Certified – Required
NY license at the time of submission – Required
BLS, ACLS, NALS, PALS – Required
Clean background in order for quick credentialing – Required
Confirm provider has completed at least 1 successful locum assignment through the submitting agency. – Preferred – IF NOT, needs to provide at least 1 reference contact at the time of presentation.
Covid vaccinated – Required
• Board Certified
State License Requirements
• New York
About the Facility
Arnot Ogden Medical Center, located in Elmira, NY and founded in 1888, is a not-for-profit, 256-bed tertiary medical facility offering specialty services including, cardiovascular care, cancer care, women’s health services, emergency medicine and surgical services.
To partner with each person we serve in order to maximize their physical, emotional, social and spiritual health.
To be recognized as the premier regional health care system delivering high-quality, safe, cost-effective, socially responsible health care services to all we serve.
We strive for the highest clinical quality, patient safety, and patient, physician and employee satisfaction by continually measuring and improving our performance.
Patient-Centered Health Care
In a manner consistent with the highest standards of care:
We strive to focus on the needs of each patient.
We apply the skills of communication and listening in order to honor the rights of every individual.
We teach and encourage our patients to participate in their care, to promote their wellness, and to make well-informed decisions.
We respect and honor the cultural, ethnic and religious beliefs and practices of each patient.
We act with attention, care and an empathetic manner toward our patients and communities in order to alleviate the suffering which arises with health issues.
We strive to exceed our patients’ and our co-workers’ expectations for comfort and care in the midst of suffering.
We work together as trustees, staff, volunteers, physicians, and patients to find new, creative and collaborative ways to improve the delivery of health care services.
We adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards by a commitment to honesty, confidentiality, trust, respect, and transparency.