Part-Time or Full-Time Emergency Medicine in Washington State

Three Rivers Hospital is a public, not-for-profit, critical access health care center located in the gateway to the North. The emergency department is rated a Level IV trauma center and the hospital staffs 12 beds. The annual ED volume is 4000. TRH has around 600 admissions per year.

  • 24-hour shifts
  • Cover both the ED and inpatient services averaging 10-14 patients in the ER and 1-4 in the hospital.
  • Lab and CT on site
  • EMR is CPSI
  • ER experienced with ATLS, ACLS, & PALS

Area features include Cascade Mountains, Columbia River, Okanogan River, and Beaner Lake. ERx specializes in providing quality, compassionate emergency medicine, inpatient services and urgent care through independent contractor physicians. Our providers are highly trained, dedicated and motivated to serve all areas, but we proudly specialize in rural areas of the country. Many of our locations have been staffed by ERx for over a decade. We are committed to expanding our presence, however quality surpasses quantity. Our philosophy is quite simple:  Provide the best quality of care to the patient in the most expeditious and sincere manner possible – ALWAYS remembering that the patient is the primary reason we exist.

Job Type: Full-time or Part-time
Location:
Brewster, WA

For more information, contact:

Karen Wink, Sr. Healthcare Recruiter
c: 678-296-5487
f:318-434-6011
e:karen.wink@erxgroup.net

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