Serve a medically diverse patient population as a full-time Intensivist in a Cardiac ICU at The Queenâ€™s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaiâ€™i, located on the island of Oahu. In this role, you will join a collegial work culture and will have opportunities for academic involvement with the John A. Burns School of Medicine and the University of Hawaiiâ€™s Residency & Fellowship Programs. All while carrying out the Queenâ€™s Mission of providing quality healthcare services to Native Hawaiians and all the people of Hawaiâ€™i.
Fourteen 12-hour shifts per month
Mix of day and night shifts; typically 2-4 days at a time
New graduates are welcome to apply
2 years of working in a Cardiac ICU preferred
Board-certification or board-eligibility in Critical Care Medicine required
Guaranteed salary and generous incentive
Sign-bonus and relocation assistance available
Where Youâ€™ll Work
At the foot of Punchbowl Crater in downtown Honolulu, The Queenâ€™s Medical Center is the largest private nonprofit hospital in Hawaiâ€™i. Founded in 1859, this 575-bed Magnet-recognized medical center has a dedicated residency training program, is a major specialty referral center and is home to the stateâ€™s only organ transplant program. Queenâ€™s Medical is a Level I Trauma Center, with a legacy of providing compassionate care to residents and visitors alike.
Where Youâ€™ll Live
As Hawaiâ€™iâ€™s cosmopolitan capital city, Honolulu is home to historic landmarks, an innovative food scene and the famous Waikiki Beach. Located on Oâ€™ahu, Hawaiâ€™iâ€™s third-largest island, Honolulu stretches across the islandâ€™s southeastern shores and is a tourist favorite, thanks to its natural, scenic beauty and easy access to waterfalls and hiking trails. Waikiki is known for its world-class shopping, exciting nightlife and cultural centers, making Honolulu a great place to live and work.
Who Youâ€™ll Work For
The Queenâ€™s Health Systems is a nonprofit healthcare organization with a network of facilities that serve Hawaiâ€™i and the Pacific Basin. As Hawaiâ€™iâ€™s leading healthcare establishment, the statewide network has more than 8,000 employees and more than 1,500 affiliated physicians and providers. Its mission is to provide quality healthcare services to improve the well-being of Native Hawaiians and all the people of Hawaiâ€™i.
Equal Opportunity Employer including disability/veteran
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