Full/Part-time EM Physician at  Rural Hospital in North Texas (DFW)

Full/Part-time EM Physician at  Rural Hospital in North Texas (DFW)

Requirements: Candidate will be board certified or eligible in either emergency medicine, internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, or general surgery. ATLS. ACLS, PALS certifications.


FACILITY: Faith Community Hospital

ADDRESS: 215 Chisholm Trail

Jacksboro, TX 76458


  • 24/7 EM + Hospitalist (admits, rounding, discharge, etc.) coverage
  • Level IV Trauma
  • 3,247 annual ED volume; daily inpatient census: 2-4 pts
  • 17 hospital beds; 4 ED beds, 1 trauma
  • Shift length of 24-48 hours
  • Medical Director: Dr. Robert Cooper


Faith Community Hospital is a 17-bed full-service facility, offering inpatient care, minor surgeries, obstetrics, and other care services. They have a Level IV-24 hour trauma center and an advanced radiology services center where they provide CT scanning.  The hospital also has an outpatient lab, physical therapy program, social services, and patient education resources.

Jordan Brown



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